S'more Schumacher News
warm & gooey reminders for the week of Feb 8th-12th
IMPORTANT DATES to sink your teeth into
Feb 8- 11- STUCO will be selling Valentine Candy Grams
Tues, Feb 9- Parent Teacher Conferences, 4:30-8:30pm
Tues, Feb 9- PTA Book Fair, 4:30-8:30pm
Tues, Feb 9- Mad Science Club, 4:10-5:10pm, Commons
Wed, Feb 10- Valentine Parties, 3:15-3:45pm
Wed, Feb 10- Spanish Club, 4:10-5:10pm, LMC
Thur, Feb 11- Early Engineers Lego Club, 8:00-9:00am, Commons
Thur, Feb 11- Early Release, 2:10pm
Thur, Feb 11- Garden Club- Harvester's "Kids in the Kitchen", 2:10-3:10pm, LMC
Thur, Feb 11- Parent Teacher Conferences, 2:30-8:00pm
Thur, Feb 11- PTA Book Fair, 2:30-8:00pm
Fri, Feb 12- NO SCHOOL
Mon, Feb 15- NO SCHOOL, President's Day
Tues, Feb 16- Mad Science Club, 4:10-5:10pm, Commons
Wed, Feb 17- Spanish Club, 4:10-5:10pm, LMC
NEW VISITOR CHECK-IN SYSTEM
Our new district-wide visitor check-in system is up and running! Be sure to bring your driver's license or government photo ID with you from now on when checking in at the office. The process is quick and easy!
Liberty Public Schools continues efforts to ensure our students and staff are safe while at school. While LPS currently considers our buildings safe with state-of-the-art security systems in place, we are excited to announce that building security has received upgrades at each building site.
There are several important benefits this new system is expected to provide to our buildings now and in the future. They include:
- An instantaneous sexual offender background check will be run for each and every visitor to our schools.
- Visitor badges will be issued for each visitor and will include their picture and where they are visiting.
- In the future this system will be used to verify who has the authority to pick a child up from school.
- This system allows those on the LPS No Trespass List to be identified immediately.
- This system will track volunteers and their time spent in our schools.
All visitors must present a government-issued ID as they enter a school facility. The type of ID accepted includes: driver’s license, state-issued identification card, military ID, etc.
We appreciate your partnership as we continue safety and security upgrades. As always, if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact our LPS Safety and Security Department at 816.736.7319.
PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES & BOOK FAIR THIS WEEK
Please note that Thursday, February 11th is an early release day with school dismissing at 2:10pm. And there will be no school on Friday, January 12th or Monday, February 15th.
SUMMER ADVENTURE ONLINE ENROLLMENT OPENS FEBRUARY 11TH
Online enrollment for this year's Summer Adventure opens at 9:00am on Thursday, February 11th. Summer Adventure 2016 is scheduled to take place from June 2nd-28th here at Schumacher. A letter should be going home with you at Parent-Teacher Conferences that has information about enrollment as well as your student's 9-digit student number that you'll need when enrolling online. Additional information may be found on the summer school website by clicking here.
For a list of course offerings, please see this flyer.
If you have an incoming Kindergartner for the 2016-2017 school year, view info here.
SUMMER KID'S ZONE ONLINE ENROLLMENT OPENS FEBRUARY 11TH
1. Before and after school care during Summer Adventure at Schumacher will be available June 2nd-28th. When enrolling for Summer Adventure, select "Kid's Zone" under the transportation section and it will prompt you to fill out the Kid's Zone enrollment form.
A letter should be going home with you at Parent-Teacher Conferences that has information about enrollment as well as your student's 9-digit student number that you'll need when enrolling online. Kid's Zone summer enrollment will end April 15th!
2. Camp Gone Wild is Kid's Zone program available from July 6th-29th taking place at Warren Hills Elementary. Online enrollment opens February 11th and is limited to the first 500 students. If enrolling for Kid's Zone during Summer Adventure AND Camp Gone Wild, you may do so as a part of the Summer Adventure online enrollment process. If signing up for Camp Gone Wild only, you may register on the Kid's Zone website here.
Summer tuition Information is available here.
Enrollment for the 2016-2017 school year begins June 20th.
NO OUTSIDE FOOD AT BREAKFAST
SKATE NIGHT WINNERS!
Congrats to Mrs. Beaty's class for winning the Golden Skate Award with the most attendance at last week's Skating Party. Ms. Jewell's class came in a close 2nd, and Mrs. Price's class came in 3rd.
Thanks to everyone who attended to make the party a huge success. We had the most skaters yet this year at 169 earning $426 for Schumacher!
A special thank you to Mr. Farris, Mrs. Beaty, Mrs. Minnick, Mrs. Decker, Ms. Jewell, and Mrs. Rettig for making celebrity appearances.
KINDERGARTEN ENROLLMENT NOW OPEN
Here's how to enroll:
STEP 1: Go Online: Go to https://registration.liberty.k12.mo.us/ and complete the online application.
STEP 2: Schedule an Appointment: At the end of the online application you will be directed to schedule an appointment to bring your documents to Schumacher and complete your enrollment.
STEP 3: Bring your Documents to your Appointment: When you come to Schumacher during your appointment bring the following documents:
-Parent/Guardian photo ID
-Child's state-issued birth certificate
-Child's immunization record
-Proof of residency (can be two utility bills- gas, water, or electric OR a lease agreement/house contract). All proofs of residency must in the parent or guardian's name and be dated within the last 60 days.
*If your child currently attends Schumacher, they will not need to re-enroll for the 2016-2017 school year. This is for incoming Kindergarten students only.
BRICKS 4 KIDZ CAMPS DURING SPRING BREAK
GIRLS ON THE RUN IS COMING!
Girls on the Run is coming to Schumacher this spring!
Grab your running shoes and water bottles and join the Girls on the Run fun! This 10 week session for girls in 3rd through 5th grade educates and prepares girls for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living. Using a well-researched curriculum, life lessons are taught through the use of fun interactive games combined with training for a non-competitive 5k race. Topics include: getting rid of negative self-talk, how to deal with bullying, gossip and peer pressure, nutrition, making healthy choices, and much more. Practices will meet Mondays and Thursdays starting this spring. All girls will run/walk in the season ending 5k event on Saturday, May 21st at Arrowhead Stadium.