Marvelous Mustang Memo
for the week of January 8, 2024
Mastery. Acceptance. Confidence.
The District recognizes and celebrates KS Day with an event for 3-5th graders each year at Patton Junior High. Students in these grades will attend a field trip to visit the learning exhibits at Patton on Thursday, January 25th. The schedule below shows when each grade will travel by bus and back to the event. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us!
Additionally, we are always in need of extra support with the exhibits. If your schedule allows & you would like to volunteer, please click the Volunteer button below to be taken to a form. Thank you!
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Reminder about Electronic Devices (including smart watches) at School:
Electronic Devices at School (excerpt taken directly from USD207 Student Handbook)
"Parents, we ask for your help in honoring and supporting our instructional time by not calling or texting your child during school hours. IF there is an emergency situation, please call the office and we will contact your child for you.
Electronic devices are permitted before and after school. These devices are brought at the student’s own risk, the district will not be held responsible for lost, broken, or stolen items. These devices cannot be seen or heard during school hours. Lockers or cubbies are available for every child to store these devices. If any non-district electronic device (which include: phones, gaming devices, smart watches, etc) is used during school hours, the student will turn in the device to the office. The first time this happens the student may pick it up after school. The school will inform parents each subsequent time that the device must be picked up by a parent.
Other personal devices are prohibited. Students may not make tape recordings, videos, take pictures or use other similar recording devices without the express permission of the instructor or administrator and the knowledge of all those being recorded. This allows the district to honor parents’ requests that their child not be photographed or taped at school for personal reasons."