Sweeny Blueprint

Week of October 19

Parent/Teacher Conference Week-Very Important Information


  • Our fabulous PTO will be providing a Potato Bar for teachers on Monday evening.
  • Sandy and I will be providing dinner (Chinese) for you on Tuesday evening.
  • Please submit a copy of your Parent/Teacher Conference schedule to the office before you leave on Friday.
  • Our expectation for conferences is that you meet with 100% of families face to face next week. Please let us know (via email) before you leave on Thursday, how many families you met with face to face.
  • Please do not schedule conferences past 5 p.m. on Wednesday or Thursday.
  • If you need an administrator or counselor to sit in on a conference, please email us and let us know.
  • We realize this is a VERY long week for you all. We appreciate you taking time to meet with your families and share the progress of your learners! Your hard work does not go unnoticed.

A Week at a Glance

Announcement Helpers: Mrs. Steven's Class

Sunday, October 18: Happy Birthday Tyler Swatzell!

Monday, October 19: Sweeny Spirit Wear Day

Tuesday, October 20: 8:30 SPED Staffing;; 2:30 Counselor/Admin Mtg; Flu Shot Clinic

Wednesday, October 21: 8:30 a.m. SIT; 10:45 5th Grade to PBL Event

Thursday, October 22:

Friday, October 23: No School; Happy Birthday Kirsten Green!!

Saturday, October 24: Happy Birthday Elisha Nelson!!

October Quote of the Month

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Staff Feedback Needed

Please take time to fill out the staff survey regarding the new assistant principal. The link is below:


https://docs.google.com/a/republicschools.org/forms/d/1kx2eLnq3XvpVxtz-IlZ28FiTq37t40Sza-A79_peaz8/viewform?usp=send_form

Together is better...thank you for keeping our spaces clean and organized!

September-Please remember to check your assigned area each day...thank you!

Sweeny Diner/Staff Lounge-SPED

Makerspace-5th Grade

Literacy Library-Office Team

Sweeny Elementary

At Sweeny Elementary, we are committed to empowering our students and school community to see their full potential and use their gifts for the collective good of the school.