Evening Street Weekly Update

November 19, 2021

Principal's Message

Traditionally, Thanksgiving is a time of year in which the children are asked to pause and reflect upon things for which they are most grateful. This year, I witnessed, more than other years, that children are grateful for school, for their teachers and for their friends. After a year and a half of learning online and not being able to play with friends, those things that may have been taken for granted have become more precious.


As I talk with teachers and parents, I come to realize as adults, we too, are all grateful that we have been able to maintain somewhat normalcy this school year thus far. Teachers are beginning to feel that the children are into the groove of school. Parents share that they are most grateful that their living spaces are no longer classrooms. As the leader of this great school, I am very appreciative that our children come to school each day ready to learn and our teachers truly want to be here for the children.


I have always been grateful to be the leader of this community, but this year, I too realize the gift we have of one another. I am proud of the teaching staff and their commitment to the children. I am proud of our children, when life threw them many twists and turns, they have persevered and made the best of every situation. I am so grateful for families who support and appreciate our work. Yes, this year, more than any other year, we have much of which to be grateful.


However you spend the days of this Thanksgiving break, I hope they are restful and that you are surrounded by those you love most in this world.


Best regards,

Mary Rykowski

BERWICK PICK UP TODAY

If you ordered from the Berwick Party House for their Taste of Italy tour, pick up is tonight from 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. If you missed ordering, mark on your calendar on our next Taste of Italy tour, February 4, 2022!

Thanks PTA!

Special thanks to PTA for sponsoring a skating event and for Ailun Chen for planning such a fun party! Mark your calendar for the next Skate Party March 10, 2022.


Memories of the Skate Zone Party 2021

Time for Reflections Entry

For years, Evening Street students have participated in the National PTA Reflections Contest; many of our students place in the top three ratings.

Students may enter the contest for the following categories:

Dance Choreography

Film Production

Literature

Music Composition

Photography

Visual Arts

Special Artist

Please read the Official Rules and encourage your child to enter.

Submissions are due November 29th at 3:00 p.m. Copies of entry information are available upon request in the office.

Last Day for Survey!

Please take a few minutes to complete the Worthington Family Survey to help the district serve you better and our school to serve you better.

You can access the survey by either going to surveys.panoramaed.com/worthington/family or scanning a QR Scan Code on the flyer below:

Worthington Family Survey

Accessing Student Progress Reports

The first trimester is now completed. Student progress reports may now be accessed on Infinite Campus.

Log into the Worthington Schools’ website:

  • Select the “Log In” icon
  • Select “Infinite Campus”
  • Choose “Reports”
  • Select “Elementary”

Here is a Parent Guide to Understanding the progress report. Please contact your child's teacher if you have any questions.

Vaccine Clinics Today and Tomorrow

Columbus Public Health will be hosting vaccine clinics in our district on November 19th and 20th. CPH will offer COVID shots, COVID boosters and Flu shots for parents, staff and their children. (This includes ages 5-11.) No appointment necessary. It is the parent's choice whether to have their child vaccinated; parents should bring an ID and accompany their children to the clinic.


Friday 11/19 3:30-7:00

Thomas Worthington High School Auxiliary Gym

(second dose 12/10)


Saturday 11/20 9-12:00

Perry Middle School

(second dose 12/11)

Help Pack 333 Collect 1,000 Pounds of Food

The scouts in Pack 333 are concerned about the food insecurity in Worthington. While our Student Council sent nearly 20 boxes of canned food to the Worthington Resource Pantry today the need is still great. The scouts are hoping to collect 1,000 pounds of canned goods for the pantry. The troop has a collection box in the lobby to accept donations.


Current items needed by the pantry:

Canned Vegetables

Canned Fruit

Body Lotion

Canned Soup

1 pound of rice

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Students report Monday and Tuesday next week; Wednesday, Thursday and Friday are days of no school in honor of Thanksgiving.


The Evening Street staff wish all a very restful few days off.

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State of Worthington Schools

The State of the Schools event will be held on Wednesday, March 9th at 6:30 p.m. at Worthington Kilbourne High School.
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Science Celebration February 3, 2022


Talent Show April 21, 2022