OCTOBER HAPPENINGS

AT SNOWSHOE ELEMENTARY

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IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER

October 15th-1st Quarter Ends

October 21st-Bus Driver Appreciation

October 26th-2nd Grade Field Trip (and Cochran's 3rd graders)

October 28 and 29th-P/T conferences and PD *No School for Students

November 9th-Picture Retakes

November 11th-PD *No School for Students

November 22nd-Title 1 Family Engagement Fall Cookie Drive Through Event

November 25th and 26th-Thanksgiving Holiday *No School for Students

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DON'T FORGET YOUR COLD WEATHER GEAR

Winter has come a little early this year and it's already snowy and cold. Please make sure your students come to school with the proper gear for our weather and temps. Coats, snow pants, boots, hats, and gloves are necessary for students, as they are outside up to -10 degrees for 30 minutes for recess. Extra socks would be good to have in backpacks in the event your student gets theirs wet.


It's also best if snow gear is brought in a separate bag so items in backpacks, such as computers and books, don't get wet.


We appreciate you making sure your children are warm at recess!

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ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK!!

Snowshoe Elementary yearbooks are on sale! Order yours today!

Yearbook ID Code: 8624422


We will not likely have extras, so don't miss your chance. Order deadline is April 1, 2022.

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Snowshoe Spirit Wear on Sale!!

We have Snowshoe T-Shirts for sale for your students! Youth sizes XS, S, MED, L, XL. $15 each.


You can purchase online with your credit card by signing into your ParentVue account, click on the Fees section, and then click on "Pay Fees".


You can also come to the school and pay with cash or credit card. At this time, we are not accepting checks.

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TITLE 1 FAMILY ENGAGEMENT FALL COOKIE DRIVE THROUGH NIGHT

Our first Title 1 Family Engagement night of the year will be happening on Monday, November 22nd. This will be a drive through event from 4:00-5:30.


Each Snowshoe student that drives through will receive a goodie bag with cookie mix, a fall cookie cutter, ideas for incorporating math into cooking, and a couple other surprises.


Cooking together can be a fun (and delicious) activity for families with young children. It can also be an opportunity to explore important early math concepts. Whether counting the number of strawberries for a fruit smoothie or guessing the number of pancakes on a plate, time spent cooking together can go a long way to promoting children's math learning.


We hope to see you at our drive through event!

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NOTES FROM THE NURSE

Please continue monitoring your children's symptoms at home and keep them home if they are sick.


Click on the button below to go to Mrs. Brauneis's website for information regarding COVID-19.