Converse's Team Report, April 3
We are one team, with one mission, to be our best together!
- Jenny Kreitzer will be celebrating her birthday on Tuesday. Please let her know how much we appreciate her and her service to our students and staff.
- Thanks to the office staff, Bob, and Jamie Hueston for the snacks on the Friday before our break and to the birthday lunch providers for today!
- I want to take time this week to celebrate our cafeteria staff for all their effort that goes into feeding over 400 students (two meals) every day. We are so fortunate to have such great ladies helping to feed our students and selves. Thanks, ladies!
Hannah Strange, Spelling Bee Champ; Owen Lynch, Runner Up
Check out Jami's bulletin board.
The "apps" are the students' short stories about their spring break.
Mrs. Troyer's class admitted to falling for the school-wide April Fool's joke.
Items in bold print are new to announcements.
- If you haven't yet, please welcome Rachel Day to Converse as she covers for Ruth's absence.
- Summer professional development training using iPADs for teachers: June 29 and 30 and July 21 and 22.
- Don't forget our birthday lunch today in honor of March and April birthdays.
- Also, feel free to sign up for helping with sending meals to Ruth as she recovers from her recent surgery. I hear Bob is going to be our delivery "boy" for the meals. Thanks, Bob!
- On May 28th, the HS will have some seniors available from 8:30/9:00 until noon to participate in a service learning project in our school. Let me know if you feel you could use one of them in your classroom to help with anything.
- In case a parent asks, due to the shorter summer, we are opting not to offer summer school this year.
- Also a reminder that important health information can be accessed by clicking on the red outlined speech bubble next to the student's name in Skyward. The blue H has health info but not necessarily the most important info. I made the mistake last week of clicking on the blue H instead of the red speech bubble and missed something important. Luckily another person covered for my mistake but I thought I should take advantage of my error to remind others.
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