Wanda Gray Newsletter
Notes From Mrs. Carder
Dear Wanda Gray Families,
What a wonderful start to the 2019-20 school year! The students have transitioned well into their classrooms and routines.
Ways to keep informed: classroom newsletters, school web site, Gray Facebook and Twitter, and monthly newsletter.
We have school attendance goals: We want to be in the top 3 for best attendance in the district and stay above 96% in attendance. Each week we celebrate the top 3 classrooms by announcing them, posting them on social media, and giving the top classroom Blow Pop suckers for "Blowing the Top off Attendance!" We have monthly incentives and quarterly ribbons for perfect attendance as well. Let's keep our students in school and learning each day!
Read, read, read! We need our students reading lots this year to grow in their reading skills! Set goals and celebrate when your child reads books - better yet - join the fun and read with your child!
For the Students,
Principal at Wanda Gray
Reminders for Safety
- No Child should be on the parking lot without an adult ever!
- No parking in the handicap parking spot without a handicap tag.
- Drive slowly and carefully through the parking lot.
- No double parking.
- Yellow tag needed for walk ups and car line.
- Patience - we have close to 550 students to get home safely.
A group that meets quarterly to review building data, discuss building procedures and possible ideas to improve our school, and hear updates from PTA and district initiatives.
Who Can Join?
Anyone that is interested in learning more about the data and focus of Gray and can meet during Friday afternoons at 2:30 on the dates listed below.
Dates: October 4, December 13, and March 6
If you are interested in being a part of Site Council email Mrs. Carder at firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be added to the email reminders and notes regarding Site Council.
Teacher and Staff of the Month
Congratulations to Lisa Hull on being our staff member of the month. She is so helpful with many of our students at Gray and is a wonderful staff support member to our special education team.