Erin School Friday Folder
January 18, 2019
Time to register your 4-year-old or new to the District 5-year-old for the 2019-2020 school year. Please fill out and return the Kindergarten Registration form. Copies are also available in the front office. (This form does NOT need to be filled out for children already attending.)
Please return the forms as soon as possible but before April 12, 2019.
We offer a 4K extended day for those families that need child care outside of the 4K classroom.
Watch for more information on our 4K Drop-In day in mid-May.
Please call Donna Runte at 262-673-3720 ext. 4105 to set up a visit at any time.
Parents...We need your help!
FITNESS FRIDAY is a tradition at Erin School. Our indoor Fitness Friday (4K - 5th grade) will take place on Friday, February 22 from 1:00 – 3:15 (volunteers meet in the gym at 12:30). For those of you that have not experienced Fitness Friday, it is an afternoon filled with movement, mentoring, healthy snacks, and lots of fun fitness challenges. We have many local businesses that partner with our school for this event.
We need of A LOT of parent helpers to make this event a success. Your job would be to simply help supervise a station and encourage the students as they work on the fitness challenges. Please email me if you are able to assist. If you have questions or know of any other businesses that may want to join or support our program, please send me an email at Mueller@erinschool.org.
Come join the fun and help create another successful Fitness Friday. Thanks for your support and assistance in providing fun and beneficial activities for the students at Erin School.
FREE Basketball Clinic here at Erin!
Join Mr. Mueller on Saturday, February 9th.
Grades 5K-2 10:00AM-12:00PM
Grades 3-5 12:30PM-2:30PM
Register fast- Only the first 30 players will be accepted.
Dress Like Mr. Mike Day!
For those of you who don't know Mr. Mike he is quite the sports nut! He wears (EVERYDAY) a team baseball cap with matching shirt. So we are asking students to do the same!
If a student is going to take a bus home with a friend, they need a note from the office. Students need to take parent written notes to the office in exchange for an official bus pass. The bus drivers will not let a student on their bus if they are not a scheduled rider and will not let students off the bus at a stop that is not their usual stop without a note from the office.
Let's Build It!
STEM Learning- Wacky Waves! In this unit, students will design, build and test various circuits and electronic projects. Students will use hands-on projects and experiments to explore how electricity is part of our daily lives. See Flyer for details.
Raising Caring Kids
Raising Caring Kids: Is That a Good Choice?
Will children always make the choice we want them to make? No; and that’s okay! At times, we may be upset with decisions children make. As children grow older and become more independent, they will make more decisions on their own. It is natural to want to help children make good decisions. It can be hard to let them face a bad outcome and learn how their choices impact themselves and other people. Read more about how parents and caregivers help children to think through and make responsible choices.
Check This Out!
-Erin Rec Baseball! Sign Up Here.
-Opportunity for Basketball Improvement!
Anna DeForge, a former Nebraska player who was drafted by the Detroit Shock of the WNBA and lives in Mequon holds basketball individual training sessions, camps and clinics locally at Peace Lutheran School. For more information please check out the website link.
-Camp Kesem is a nationwide community, driven by passionate college student leaders, that supports children through and beyond their parent’s cancer. Kesem is the largest national organization dedicated to supporting children impacted by a parent’s cancer, at no cost to families. Our innovative and fun-filled programs provide children with peers who understand their unique needs, and create long-lasting impact.
Camp Kesem at UW-Madison runs 3 weeks of fun, action-packed and 100% free-of-charge camps for children impacted by a parent's cancer. Serving children ages 6 to 18, our campers experience a warm and loving environment with other children who have similar life experiences. Campers can choose from 1 of the 3 weeks to attend. Camper applications for our summer sessions are open now! See Brochure. See Application Guide.
-Hartford Rec Center: Middle School Hoops
-Hartford Rec Center: After School Program