Skyhawk News

May Newsletter

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Cereal Drive

It's that time of the year again! We are accepting cereal donations starting Monday, May 1 through Monday, May 15. After the domino run, cereal will be delivered to local food pantries to help families in our area.
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School Of Choice!

Please see our School of Choice flyer for the 2023.24 school year! Please note that the SOC window will be open from now through May 11th.

Kindergarten Orientation!

We thoroughly enjoyed meeting our incoming kindergarten (Class of 2036) and young fives (class of 2037) Skyhawks on Thursday night. I covered a lot of information pretty quickly last night. (Click here) or below to view the presentation. Please feel free to contact me at if you have any questions moving forward.

Welcome to the Erving family!

Think Stretch Books are Back!!

Summer is a wonderful time for rest, recreation, and relaxation. However, time off from learning can take its toll quickly. Almost immediately. Our summer learning program is designed to give students and families the fun they deserve, while holding onto the concepts students and teachers spent so much time building throughout the school year.

Every student in grades K-5 will receive a summer learning workbook and be invited to summer learning check-ins! What a great way to keep up with skills and meet up with friends!

These workbooks, along with the summer learning check-in schedule will come home with students the last week of school.

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It is imperative that we follow the arrival and dismissal protocols that were communicated in the beginning of the school year, to ensure the safety of the students. If you chose to pick up your child with a car tag, then you must remain in the car pick-up line which is located in the back of the school. You may not park in the front lot. The front parking lot is only for bus riders. If your child is truly a walker, they will be released at the dismissal bell in the front of the building. Children are in designated areas in the building based on how they are getting home. It causes confusion and uncertainty for your child when lines are blurred. Again, I understand that the line appears long, but the safety of your child is our main concern.

I appreciate your understanding!

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Early Pick Up

  • Please come into the office to sign out your student!

  • Anyone who picks up your child MUST be on your Emergency Contact List.

    • You can update your emergency contacts by logging into Parent Portal.

  • If you must pick up your student early, plan to pick them up prior to 3:00 pm, however, every effort should be made to alleviate this growing issue by honoring the school schedule.