Pauline Central Primary School

Jag-Wire Weekly Parent Update, April 26, 2021

Safely Back Together Again - Let's Finish Strong!

This has been a year filled with challenges; however, it is critical to help our students maintain a positive connection with school, as many students begin to think about the end of the school year. There are plenty of ways you can help make this final stretch of the academic year a success.

Gear Check

After months of hard work and lots of time spent in the classroom, many students are left with less-than-ideal supplies. Pencils no longer have erasers and crayons have been worn down to nubs. It's hard to do your best work when you don't have the right tools.

Help your children put forth their best effort up through the last day, by taking stock of their school supplies. A freshly sharpened pencil, a glue stick or two, and a new box of crayons can make a world of difference.

Lead by Example

Kids learn by example, and are quick to adopt our attitude. If your child hears you talking about how you wish it was summer, or how you can't wait for school to be over, he/she is likely to adopt that mindset. Avoid speaking negatively about school, homework, etc. in front of your child. It will be harder for your child to put forth his best effort if he thinks you don't care, don't like school, etc.

We like to tell our kids that every assignment is an opportunity to do their best. Encourage your kids to try their best, continue to set aside time to complete homework, and prioritize school attendance. Your positive attitude about school (even when it's sunny and almost time for vacation!) can help your children finish strong.

Stick to the Routine

When it's warm and light outside, it can be more difficult to enforce bedtime, but it's super important to help your child continue to get a good night's rest through the end of the school year. Stick to your child's regular bedtime and continue to make time for homework and at-home reading.

Help your child develop responsibility and perseverance by maintaining that good learners do what they need to do until the job is done. Sunny days and a looming summer vacation can't stop motivated and eager learners! Maintaining your school-year schedule will help reinforce these beliefs.

1-2 Reasonable and Reachable Goals

Goals are a great way to keep students motivated and on-task towards the end of a school year. Help your children select one or two small goals to accomplish before the end of the school year. The goals should be challenging but reachable. Some ideas include things like moving up a level in reading, memorizing their multiplication facts, having a certain number of positive behavior days, etc. Work with your kids to determine steps to take to work towards their goals and encourage practice at home.

The more that you stay positive, the more likely your child will be to finish the year with a positive attitude.

Celebrating our Dean of Students

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Registration is NOW OPEN for 2021-22 School Year

2021-2022 Registration

Online Registration is the first step for returning and new students to sign up to attend an Auburn-Washburn school for the 2021-2022 school year. The registration process will vary slightly, depending on your circumstances. For more information, click the link below that applies to your situation. After Online Registration, you will be notified if there are further steps you need to take.

  • Returning Families - You are a returning family if one or more of your children attended an Auburn-Washburn school during the previous school year. If you are a returning family, you can log into Campus Portal any time to start or continue your registration.
  • New Families - You are a new family if none of your children attended grades kindergarten through 11 at an Auburn-Washburn school during the previous school year.

Mark your calendar for Kindergarten Bootcamp in July

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Mark Your Calendars- Upcoming Important Dates

April 29 -- Food trucks in Pauline South Parking Lot; 5:00-7:00 p.m.


May 4 - PTO Meeting via Zoom; 6:00-7:00 p.m.

May 10 - NO SCHOOL

May 14 - Field Day; Link to video will be shared with our families

May 26 - Last Day for Students; 1/2 day of school; Car riders dismissed at 12:05; bus riders dismissed at 12:20 p.m.

June 2 - Building tours for incoming kindergarten families by appointment

Character Trait for May - Responsibility

Responsibility is being accountable for one's actions and to know and follow various rules, laws, and conduct codes. Responsible citizens treat others fairly, are trustworthy, honor their commitments, and are environmentally aware.
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Thank you for supporting our Cookie Dough fundraiser. It was one of the most successful cookie dough fundraisers in recent history. Our next PTO meeting will be held via zoom on Tuesday, May 4, from 6:00-7:00 p.m. Contact Ashley Rogers for a link at with questions.

Food Trucks April 29

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Lunch Menu for April

Pauline Central Primary School

The mission of the Pauline Schools is for all children to achieve their highest level of performance as responsible and respectful citizens.