Davis Richmond E-news
January 20, 2023
Family Literacy Night Monday, January 30th, 5:00-6:30PM
We would love our Davis and Richmond students and their families to attend a free literacy event hosted at Davis Primary. There is no cost to attend and students will be able to shop for free books to build their home library. The first 120 families to sign-up will receive a free gift ($25 value). Please click this flyer for more details and to sign-up for a family kit.
Valentine's Day Parties
Room Parent Guidelines:
Valentine’s parties at Davis/Richmond will be Tuesday, February 14, 2023.
1:40 p.m. Room parents arrive and begin party preparation
2:00 p.m. Parties commence
2:45 p.m. Clean up begins
Room parents for holiday parties are coordinated by the Lead Room Parent and the Teacher.
Please contact your child's Lead Room Parent to volunteer, if you have not already.
Please contact Reanna Lyons, Room Parent Coordinator for the PTO, if you have questions or need to know who is the lead room parent for your child's classroom at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lead Room Parents work with the classroom teacher and parent volunteers on activities/games for the party.
Lead Room Parents also coordinate any treats/goodybags to be sent home. (Treats must be non-edible). Please no candy, gum or other edible items.
Adult Trivia Night - Thursday, February 9th
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9TH, 2023
At Riverlands Brewing Company, 1860 Dean St Unit A, St. Charles, IL 60174
TRIVIA STARTS AT 7PM-doors open at 6:00pm
*BYOF-Bring Your Own Food (Food will not be provided)
Hungry? Here are some examples of what you can do...
-Bring a charcuterie board, sub sandwiches, chips and dip...
*Drinks- Riverlands has 16 Beers on tap, a variety of ciders, and non-alcoholic options!
*You can register for a team up to 8.
*First Come First Serve-so REGISTER ASAP!
Join Us For a Night of Trivia, Silent Auction & Fun!
**REGISTER as a team -or- register INDIVIDUALLY**
Peace Week January 23-27
The Lincoln Leopards and The Davis Tigers are PAW-sitively peaceful problem solvers! Davis Primary School and Lincoln Elementary School are partnering together to celebrate peace and focus on peaceful problem solving the week of January 23rd. Monday through Thursday we have guided lessons from the Davis and Lincoln social workers reviewing the steps of peaceful problem solving. Friday will culminate with a “Wear Blue” spirit day and morning craft to celebrate everything they have learned. We are SO excited to show our students that being PAW-sitively peaceful happens everywhere in our district!
Morning Drop Off Reminder
Please be sure to drop off your students before 8:00 a.m. to door 10 and door 21. When the school bell rings at 8:00, the teachers supervising those doors need to leave to attend their classes. Those doors will then be locked. If you arrive at 8:00 or later, please go to the office and sign in your child.
Watch DOGS Needed
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We are extremely excited to offer an after school opportunity for students. Kindness Club! Students will have the opportunity to stay till their normal dismissal time on early release days to participate in Kindness Club. Kindness Club will take place during early release time from 2:10-3:00 p.m. the following dates:
Wednesday, February 22nd
Wednesday, March 22nd
Wednesday, April 26th
During Kindness Club students will engage in activities that promote kindness in our school community and local community.
There will NOT be transportation at dismissal time at 3:00 p.m. Students must be picked up from Richmond at their normal dismissal time. Students will be released at the main double doors (door 14). Parents can park in the bus loop or on 12th for pick-up. If you have any questions about Kindness Club, please call us at (331) 228-2800.
If you would like your child to participate in Kindness Club, please fill out the Permission Slip
and return it by Friday, January 27, 2023.
A paper copy of the above information was sent home with students in their backpack today.
3rd and 4th Grade Empower classes have begun our Build It! module. We are in need of various items that we can build with. These items include, but are not limited to, large cardboard boxes, tissue boxes, empty toilet paper and paper towel rolls, cereal boxes and any other interesting recyclables that you think we may be able to use. If you have anything to donate please send it to school with students or drop things at Richmond. Items can be left in the Empower room. Please no styrofoam.
Our 5th grade students have been working on our FLEX (Foreign Language Exploration) module. For this module we would love donations relating to different languages and cultures around the world. Please include a description of the item along with the language, culture and/or country it is related to.