November 26, 2021
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Cougars Stay Connected!
Hello Robinson Families,
We hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. Our Robinson Staff is thankful and grateful for the connections with our students and families. Thank you for staying connected to our school.
- If your family or your child need support, please reach out to Harmony Shepherd, Kayla Allen, Ariana Bruno for help. (608)361-2800.
- We look forward to seeing you again on Monday, November 29.
- As long as your child is healthy, please encourage showing up to class when school is in session. Every day of school is an important opportunity for students to learn as well as connect to peers and their teachers.
Robinson is proud to announce that it received an overall score of 60.2 - three stars (meets expectations) on the State Report Card as released by the State of Wisconsin, Department of Public Instruction, this past week. Despite the challenges of Covid and online learning last year, our staff and students worked hard and persevered. A big thank you goes out to our families who help their child to be ready for learning each day!
One final reminder: Masks are to be worn at all times while in the school building except while eating/drinking, or during nap time for 4K students. Please send a mask to school with your child each day. The district has a very limited supply of masks to give out. If you are able to donate a supply of masks, Robinson would be willing to take them! Thank you for your help.
Have a wonderful weekend with your family and friends.
Mrs. Kelly Kaminski
Assistant Principal - Robinson Elementary
Ms. Cherie Thibodeaux
Principal - Robinson Elementary
1st Early Release @1:30
15th Early Release @1:30
December 20th- December 31st NO SCHOOL
EARLY Release Days in 2022:
All staff, students and visitors must wear a mask while inside the building. Please make sure you are sending a mask with your student(s) each day. The district has a limited supply of masks and we do not have enough to give to students each day.
Keep a mask in your students’ backpacks. Try to store it in the same pocket each time so they get used to knowing where it should be.
Send your student(s) with multiple masks to school in case they lose one or it breaks.
Wash fabric masks with warm water and soap, then leave to dry overnight.
Meet the English Learners (EL)Team at Robinson
Carina Casique - ELL Language Acquisition Teacher & Bilingual Program Liaison
Stephanie Cantu - ELL Bilingual Para-Educator
Robinson is very proud to be a Dual Language Immersion School. This program follows the Two-Way Immersion Model, which affords students whose first or dominant language is Spanish the support needed to access the curriculum in a more comprehensive manner. This program also affords students whose first or dominant language is not Spanish an opportunity to learn the language while still learning grade-level curriculum.
Our EL Team is here to support your child/family. Do not hesitate to contact any of the team members: (608)361-2800.
TREATS & SNACKS
In addition to this, students are recognized at Robinson during their birthday week. They are called down to the office on Fridays to receive a special surprise from the Principal. We ask that families celebrate their student's birthday at home and refrain from bringing in balloons , flowers etc. to school. Store bought birthday treats are still welcome! Please arrange this with your child's teacher ahead of time.
Doors Open at 7:15 AM
School Begins at 7:30 AM
4K - 3rd grade - enter doors 6 & 7 (both doors lead to the gym)
If you drive a vehicle to drop off your children here are a few safety notes:
- do not park in the circle, driver stays in the car
- PULL forward as far as possible, Child gets out onto the sidewalk
- Students will walk into the building independently
PLEASE PULL FORWARD AS FAR AS POSSIBLE - this helps to reduce a traffic jam on Cranston Road
PBIS "Respect & Responsibility" Assembly
4k Award Winners
Kinder Award Winners
1st Grade Award Winners
2nd Grade Award Winners
Luis Reyes Ortega
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3rd Grade Award Winners
It's that time of year!
One more item to note, please label coats, hats, gloves, boots, snow pants, and so on as our lost and found is getting full. If your child is missing something, please stop by the school office to see if it might be in the lost and found.
Important Phone Numbers
(608) 361-2800 - Robinson Main Office
(608) 361-2810 - Ms. Cherie Thibodeaux - Principal
(608) 361-2875 - Ms. Kelly Kaminski - Assistant Principal
(608) 361-2805 - Ms. Amanda Bennett - Robinson Secretary
(608) 361- 2837 - Ms. Ariana Bruno - Home/School Liaison - Espanol
(608) 361-2843 - Ms. Harmony Shepherd - School Social Worker
(608) 361-2878 - Ms. Kayla Allen - School Counselor
(608) 361-2819 - Mr. Joe Guzaldo - School Psychologist
(608) 361-2815 - Ms. Sara Templeton - School Nurse
On behalf of the Board of Education and the School District of Beloit we stand against all forms of systemic and institutional racism. Now more than ever it is necessary for our community’s institutions and organizations to commit to be anti-racist. We are proud of the diversity within the School District of Beloit and we acknowledge the challenges and adversity that so many of our families of color are facing. We are always committed to supporting our students, families, and staff. We are here for you and we are stronger together. #BeloitProud
The SDB Dashboard is updated Monday through Friday at 4:00 pm. The School District of Beloit provides this data for families staff, and community members as a summary of COVID-19 confirmed cases in our District.