The StandOUT

Springhill Elementary Family Newsletter

Week of September 26th, 2022

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Thank You to Watch D.O.G.S.

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Yearbooks For Sale!

You can now purchase your 2022-2023 Yearbook ONLINE ONLY. To purchase online please visit www.yearbookforever.com and enter Greenbrier Springhill Elementary.

Lunch for the Week

Parents can load student lunch accounts by going to https://family.titank12.com/ and creating an account. This system will email you when your child's balance is low.
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Don't forget that you might be able to get breakfasts and lunches for a reduced price or free! Click here to complete a quick application to see what you can qualify for. If you feel certain you will not qualify, fill this out anyway as the data helps our school out so much!

Upcoming Dates

October 1st - Fall Festival Games @ GHS

October 5th - Fall Festival money due

October 7th - Spirit Day

October 8th - Fall Festival Coronation

October 13th - Fall Picture Day

October 25th - Early Dismissal @ 1:30

October 27th - Parent/Teacher Conferences (early dismissal @ 1:30)

October 28th - Book Character Parade

October 31st - No School!

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Destination Imagination

The Greenbrier Destination Imagination program is accepting applications for team membership through Friday, September 30. Applications are available via https://bit.ly/2X3WA6K or through Mrs. Uekman, Springhill GT Specialist. For more information about the Destination Imagination program, go to www.destination imagination.org or join us for an informational parent meeting on Thursday, September 22 at 6:00 p.m. in the Springhill Elementary cafeteria.

Mrs. Sigrist has been Standing OUT!

Mrs. Uekman nominated Mrs. Sigrist as the Springhill Stand OUT for this week! She said:


"You are a true StandOUT at SES! You do so much in your role already and then you volunteer for more! No matter what is asked of you, it's always a "yes" with a smile. I am so thankful SES is the recipient of you selflessness. You have a true servants heart!"

Science of Reading for Families

Each month, the RISE Team produces a newsletter to explore and promote the Science of Reading in Arkansas. Within the newsletter, there are lots of resources that you may find helpful as you help your child on their reading journey. Click here to check it out! The September newsletter starts a new series that will explore G.U.I.D.E. for Life principles.
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You're Invited to Cheer On the Panthers!

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Counselor's Corner

I so enjoyed getting to go into classrooms to spend some time with our awesome students and re-introduce them to me and my job as school counselor. OUR character word for the month of September is RESPECT. Please contact me if I can be of any assistance to you or your children.


Mrs.Benton, SES Counselor
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Car Rider Procedures

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Here is a graphic showing the flow of traffic for car rider line. A couple of things to note:
--Cell phone use in line is not permitted. (It is actually against the law!)
--Please pull your car all the way forward, and we will retrieve or deliver your child from or to you. It is important that we maximize space in the line by pulling all the way up to the car in front of you.
--Be sure you have the car tag hanging on your mirror. These are handed out at orientation or you can pick yours up in the office. If you do not have a tag with the child’s name on it, we will ask you to park and come in to the office with your ID.
--Morning arrival is 7:30-7:50. After 7:50, you will bring your child into the office to check them in as tardy.

--Dismissal is 3:20-3:40.

Reminders


  • The updated school calendar for the 2022-23 school year can be found here.


  • Drop off begins at 7:30 a.m. and pick up will begin at 3:20 p.m. Please remember to pull up as close as possible to the car in front of you. This allows us to load eight students at a time and helps keep our traffic line off of Elliott Road. All students must be picked up by 3:40.


  • Instruction begins at 7:45 a.m. Students are counted tardy after 7:50 a.m. The first 30 minutes of the school day is an essential time for personalized learning to occur for all students. The best way you can help your child academically is to get them to school on time.
SOUL of a Hero at SES

Springhill Elementary School

Principal: Ashley Hammett

Assistant Principal: Melissa West

Counselor: Angie Benton

Secretary: Sharon Thessing

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