Eagle's Eye Newsletter
April 29, 2016
Clear Creek Elementary
Principal - Carrie Handy
School Improvement Specialist - Kelly Robinson
Our Clear Creek MISSION:
To unite school, family and community by inspiring, challenging and empowering each of us to grow as life-long learners and responsible citizens.
De Soto USD 232 named Best School District in Kansas
De Soto USD 232 named Best School District in Kansas by MSN Money & StartClass; Ranked 11th Best in the Nation
Field Day 2016 Is May 13th!
Come be part of the fun for Field Day 2016 on Friday May 13th!
Morning Session: 9:00-11:30 (Check in at 8:30)
- Kindergarten, 4th, and 5th Grade classes
Afternoon Session: 1:00-3:10 (Check in at 12:30)
- 1st, 2nd, 3rd grade classes, and Ms Hansen's PM Kindergarten class
Click here for the SignUp Genius link for Field Day parent volunteers
End of the Year Clean Up in the Nurse's Office
As the school year comes to a close, it’s time to clean out the medication cabinet in the health office. All medications need to be safely returned back to you for the summer. Over the counter medications can be sent home with students on the last day of school, May 20th. Please let me know if you would prefer not to have them returned in this manner. I can set up other arrangements upon request. Please call or e-mail me to let me know if it is NOT okay to send home in backpacks.
Prescription medications (such as pills/tablets, inhalers, Epi-pens, etc) will NOT be sent home with students unless consent is given. Please call or email me to let me know how your child’s medication will return home. This is to ensure the medication arrives safely home without any incidents. My last day in the building will be Monday, May 23rd, and I will be leaving at noon. All medications not picked up by 5/23/16 @ 12pm, will be discarded (per district policy) unless other arrangements have been made with me.
Please contact me with any questions!
913-422-8700, ext 4405
Jaguar Basketball 2016 Championship Basketball Camps
The Jaguar boys basketball program at Mill Valley High School is pleased to announce the 17th annual summer basketball camps for boys entering the first through eighth grades.
June 13th - 16th
For more info click HERE.
De Soto High School Lady Wildcats Basketball Camp
Coach Robie and his De Soto High School Girls’ Basketball staff would like to invite your daughter to attend their summer basketball camp from May 31st-June 3rd. The clinic is for all girls grades 1-12, with different session based on next year’s grade level (see flyer for times and groups).
The Lady Wildcats are coming off their first trip to the state tournament in 32 years and are excited to invite future basketball players to come grow and learn. Regardless of where your daughter is slated to go to high school, all girls are welcome to join us in growing the game of basketball!
Camp objectives will be to improve/teach the fundamentals of the game, provide structured opportunities to implement those skills in scrimmages and drills, and most of all foster a love for the game!
Camp flyers can be printed and mailed to Coach Robie (details on flyer) or you can sign up and pay online by visiting http://dhswildcatnation.com/hq/summer-programs/ and scrolling down to the girls basketball portion!
Have questions? Email Head Coach Ryan Robie at email@example.com
2016 SCHOOL BUS POSTER CONTEST RULES
The National School Bus Safety Poster Contest is sponsored each year by the National Association for Pupil Transportation, the National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services and the National School Transportation Association.
Any student enrolled in a public, parochial or other private elementary or middle school in the United States of America, Canada or an overseas US military installation may submit artwork to the National School Bus Safety Poster Contest.
The deadline to submit entries into the 2016 School Bus Poster Contest is May 13, 2016. The winning posters for Kansas will be announced at the KSPTA Summer Symposium, Wednesday June 8, 2016 in Hutchinson, KS. The 1st place poster’s from each division will be submitted for the National Competition. The winning artists will be recognized at the KSPTA Fall Conference in October, 2016.
The state poster contest is sponsored by the Kansas State Department of Education and in part with the Kansas State Pupil Transportation Association.
The official rules are posted on the KSDE School Bus Safety Web Page follow this link for the poster form:
Please read these rules from the National School Bus Safety Poster Committee VERY CAREFULLY. The Kansas entries MUST meet these guidelines to be eligible for the National contest. Several posters over the years have been disqualified because the guidelines were not followed explicitly. ALL ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN MAY 13, 2016 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS YEAR’S COMPETITION.
PLEASE MAIL YOUR POSTERS TO:
KANSAS STATE DEPT. OF EDUCATION
SCHOOL BUS SAFETY EDUCATION UNIT
ATTENTION: WILMA CRABTREE
900 SW JACKSON, SUITE 356
TOPEKA, KANSAS 66612
This link is a source for information on events, classes and programs offered at Clear Creek and throughout our district by outside groups and agencies. This information is constantly updated so please check back often.
To sign up to volunteer at Clear Creek as a WD, please use our Sign Up Genius calendar.