Eads Elementary Newsletter November 22, 2022
Our mission is to help students demonstrate academic growth and social responsibility in a supportive and intellectually challenging learning environment.
Giving Thanks for Our Eads Family
At Thanksgiving, we reflect on the many things we are grateful for in our lives. There are so many things I am thankful for but a big part of my life is Eads School. Here are a few things that make Eads a special place…………..
Our students: working hard all year on academics and social skills.
Our parents: supporting our school by working with your child at home
Our teachers: dedicated to helping students reach their full potential
Our custodians: keeping our school so neat and clean
Our cafeteria: providing nourishment to our students
Our office staff: supporting the operation of our school and always being so friendly
Our social worker: supporting the students that need a little more TLC
Our nurse: helping the students when they need band-aids, ice packs and words of encouragement
Our specials teachers: providing a well-rounded education for our students
Our recess aides: braving the heat, the rain and the snow so that our students can get exercise and fresh air
Our special education staff, title staff, and instructional aides: supporting the needs of all learners each and every day with a smile and enthusiasm
Our school resource officer: dedicated to making sure our school is safe and bully-free
Our PTO: organizing great activities and fundraisers to support our efforts
To all of those listed and those I may have forgotten: THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart. Without the grand efforts put forth by our entire school community our students would not be achieving what they are achieving.
Open House = Most Parents in Years
Thank you for visiting. We are so glad you are back in our building again. We have so much to be proud of and we are glad we could share it with you!!
Enjoy time with your family and friends.
Congratulations to Our Spell Bowl Team
Eads Reads Read-a-Thon
WE NEED YOU!!
Our Read-a-thon is our second largest fundraiser for the year. It's easy..........your kids do the work by reading books!!! Please join our event and share this with all family and friends this weekend!!!
We are at $11,935.00 for the Read-a-Thon with 23% of students with at least 1 donation!
Team Potchen is in the lead with $1295 for an obstacle course afternoon!
Team Shinkin is putting on the pressure with $1100 and fundraising for the Sundae bar!
Team Zegaczewski is a close third with $1005 and contending for the pizza party.
The event continues through November 30!
Sign-up here: https://getmovinfundhub.com/
School identifier: 5f7b34eab1015
From Our School Nurse, Mrs. Barb Dwars
Thank you for your patience as we work through illnesses this year.
Don't forget, as the weather changes our students still go outside for recess.
RECESSES With the exception of inclement weather, students have scheduled recess periods throughout the day. Please dress your children warmly and appropriately for the weather.
Appropriate shoes should be worn for outdoor play. Please label all clothing with your child's name. Temperature guidelines for indoor recess: Below 20° F and/or wind chill below 10° F.