Thompson Crossing News
Igniting the Future! 9-16-2016
A MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL...
Dear Thompson Crossing Families,
Parent/Teacher Conferences are around the corner. On October 5 and 6, Thompson Crossing Elementary School teachers will conduct Parent/Teacher conferences. If you have not signed up yet, sign-ups will be coming home very soon from your child’s teacher. These conferences are an important tool used as a line of communication that allows for a collaborative effort between students, parents, and teachers to help students realize their academic potential. During these conferences, parents can gain insights into how their child is working in school, participating in class, and more deeply clarifying what takes place on a daily basis in each of their child’s classes. Teachers will also share details of your child’s academic goals for improvement for the future. Please make sure you make yourself available for this important activity.
Thank you to everyone that was able to attend our September PTC meeting. Your involvement in our PTC is appreciated and the support of our school is invaluable to our success.
We have been off to a SENSATIONAL start to the year, and these guidelines are instrumental to our success to make this the best environment for your children possible.
I would like to thank you for your support and encouragement as we work together for the success of your child. As always, if you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please share them with me by calling 860-4600 or reaching me by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yours in Education—Jeffrey J. Murphy
From around the building...
From the office...
Safety is always paramount at Thompson Crossing! Please keep in mind that when dropping off your students in the morning, if car rider there isn't an employee out front to receive your student, you must park your vehicle and walk your student in. We need you to sign in your student when they are not being dropped off during regular car rider procedure.
Also, just a reminder for those who are paying textbook rental in installments, the 4th payment is due September 16th.
From the cafeteria...
If your student eats breakfast during the week of October 3-7, they have the chance to win a Minion Alarm Clock! For each breakfast purchased, your students name is entered for a chance to win!
Art to Remember is almost here! Order forms will be coming home soon and orders are due September 28th.
From Health Services...
If your child is in need of School Required Immunizations DON'T DELAY- MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY!!! Parents are reporting long wait times in getting appointments at the Marion County Health Department and at their doctor's office. As a reminder, October 25th is the exclusion date and students without documented immunization or without proof of an appointment will be excluded from school. If you have questions please contact the school nurse at your child's school. Please contact nurse Karen Kass at 317-860-4608.
Attention Families of ENL students...
You are invited!
WHAT: ENL Parent Night
WHEN: Thursday, November 10, 2016
TIME: 6:00-7:00 p.m.
WHERE: Room 444 at Franklin Central High School
Every school-age child will get a free book!
Childcare will be provided!
Support Riley Hospital...
Penny Wars to raise money for Riley Hospital and Spirit Days to show our support begin next week! Remember, pennies are points for your class! You may use quarters, dimes and nickels to deduct points from others classes! Each class will have a bucket that will be set up in the cafeteria next week.
Below is a list of the Spirit Wear Days...