"Dreams Begin Here"
Principal Porter's Message
Great attendance is essential in order for your child to be successful in school. K-3 all begin their Reading Block at 9:00. When your child is tardy he/she misses out on core curriculum and disrupts the learning environment for the other classmates. Please read the information below on attendance.
Car rider numbers must be displayed when picking your child up from school. This is for the safety of your child. If you need a new number, then please contact the front office.
Parents should follow the absence reporting procedures outlined in your child's planner. Parents should call their child’s school to verify all absences. Parents should inform the school if their child is truant.
DEALING WITH TRUANCY AND EXCESSIVE ABSENCES
If your child is suspected of being truant or has been identified as having an excessive number of absences and/or tardies, you may be contacted by the staff of the Attendance Department. This contact may be by letter, phone, or a home visit. A conference may also need to be held with you to discuss the situation.
Students with severe ongoing attendance problems or repeated truancies may be referred to the:
Clark County Absence Review Panel,
Clark Superior 1 Probation Department or
Child Protective Services for possible action.
Actions may include meeting with the Clark County Absence Review Panel, suspension of a student’s drivers license or the ability to obtain one, termination of a work permit or the ability to obtain one, being placed on probation, or arrest.
Parents of these students may be referred to:
Child Protective Services (CPS),
the Clark County Absence Review Panel, or
the Clark County Prosecutor’s Office.
Parents can face charges through the Prosecutor’s Office, a CPS investigation, or reduction in their state aid.
5th Graders- PRIDE Work Ethic Certification
Student Council: 3rd-5th Grade Students
Campaigning will begin Monday, with elections on Wednesday, September 9th. Please watch for forms to be sent home this week. Elections will be held on September 9th.
We need more volunteers- Communities In Schools of Clark County
Pleasant Ridge Elementary is excited to announce that Sheila Kingery will be working at Pleasant Ridge. She is a retired teacher, and will be a tremendous asset to our school. If you have any questions about the 3,2,1 read program or would like to volunteer. Please send Sheila Kingery an e-mail at email@example.com.
Pleasant Ridge PTO News
Through the support of PRES families, friends and teachers, we had an amazing year fundraising last year and were able to purchase 24 mini iPads for the school. This year our goal is to purchase 12 more iPads and 12 Chromebooks for the school. We are well on our way to achieving this goal after the success of our Spirit Wear and City Saver fundraisers. Thank you for all of your support and help in providing new technology for the students to use.
The PTO is happy to announce that McTeacher's Night is back! McTeacher's Night is the first Tuesday of every month from 5-8PM. The PTO receives a donation of 10% of ALL sales during this time. Come out for some food and fun on September 1st and help support our school!
The next PTO meeting will be Tuesday, September 1st at 6PM at McDonalds. PTO meetings are open to everyone and are a great way to learn more about what is going on at PRES!
The PTO has planned a fun night at Chuck E Cheese on Friday, September 11th. Stop in between 3-9PM and tell them you are with Pleasant Ridge Elementary. 15% of all sales from PRES families will be donated back to the school. Hope to see you there!
Congratulations Mrs. Wass' Class for selling the most City Saver Books!
Congratulations to Mrs. Wass' class for selling the most City Saver books. Also congratulations to Trent Marino, Connor Buck, Dylan Justice, Dodge Rogers, Raelyn Blackstone, Zach Cowper, Sydney Mayfield and John Mitchell for being the top sellers for each grade. As a school we sold 572 books!
Thank you to all of the families that participated in our City Saver fundraiser. The limo ride to Bearno's will be on Friday, September 25th during school. Permission slips for the students that earned this prize will be sent home soon.
PTO Meeting at McDonalds
Tuesday, Sep. 1st, 6pm
100 highway 160
McTeacher Night at McDonalds
Tuesday, Sep. 1st, 5-8pm
100 highway 160
3rd Grade Parent Meeting-Chromebook Pickup!
Thursday, Sep. 10th, 6pm
1250 Monroe St
PTO Chuck E Cheese Night
Friday, Sep. 11th, 3-9pm
East Lewis and Clark Parkway
Wednesday, Sep. 16th, 9am
1250 Monroe Street
- If your child was absent, then your child will need their picture taken.
- If you ordered pictures and you would like to have your child's picture taken again, then please send back the prints.