Standard Elem Family Newsletter
Spring Break: March 24-April 2nd
This is the time of year when winter takes a toll on school attendance. Fluctuating weather can keep parents from getting their children to school. So can the colds, fevers and earaches that often come with the winter months.
These absences, even if they are excused, can add up to academic trouble. If it is a cold or rainy day students miss out on learning if they aren’t in class. These absences can result in lower test scores and grades.
There’s not much we can do about the weather, but there are two key steps every family can take to help avoid absences this year.
1. Develop back up plans for getting your children to school in winter weather. That could mean checking with other families who have a car that can manage in the cold or forming a “walking school bus” to walk your children to school with other parents.
2. Keep your children healthy. Dress them warmly for the cold weather and make sure they’ve got hats and gloves. Encourage them to wash their hands regularly, and send them to school with a bottle of hand sanitizer. If your children do get sick, talk to a doctor or the school nurse about whether they should come to school and when it is okay for them to return.
Above all, let us know how we can help. We want your children and all our students to succeed. And that means attending school every day possible.
Thanks for doing your part and making sure students get to school daily and on-time!
PTA See's Candy Sale: March 1-9th
Standard School District's Teacher of the Year - Mrs. Haislip
It is our honor to present Standard Elementary’s Teacher of the Year for the 2017-18 school year, Mrs. Sharon Haislip. Mrs. Haislip came to Standard in 2000, after teaching 7 years in Arvin. She has taught 2nd, 3rd, 4th, a combo-class and intervention classes. She has served on numerous committees, as well as having taught an English class for our ELD parents, summer school, Parent Project, is curently liaison to X-Factor, BTSA mentor and participated in parent education nights. Mrs. Haislip has been a district curriculum trainer and presenter. Mrs. Haislip is an integral part of Standard Elementary, and the Standard School District.
Not only is Mrs. Haislip an active member of the School Site Council, District Advisory Team, PBIS Leadership Team, a TIPS Mentor, and the X-Factor Teacher Liaison, but she was also a true team player during the 2016 Bond Election in helping with phone banking and encouraging our voters to pass the bond. As a result, she is now on the team to work with architects and builders to create a renewed campus for Standard Elementary.
Mrs. Haislip’s impact on the students, staff, and community will be long-lasting. She has a heart unparalleled in grace and compassion for the work in this community and in education. We could not be more proud of her representing our school as Teacher of the Year, and our district as District Teacher of the Year!
Congratulations, Mrs. Haislip!
Assistant Principal/Program Coordinator
8th Annual Spaghetti Feed by Bakersfield Breakfast Lions Club & Standard Elementary
Saturday, March 10th, 5-7pm
115 Minner Avenue
Proceeds will benefit Standard Elementary PTA playground equipment fund as well as the Ray Boen Scholarship Fund.
Dinner includes: spaghetti, salad, roll, drink, dessert.
Raffles for baskets, and GREAT prizes will be available. All prize tickets are $1.00.
- Mr. Whipple, Assistant Principal/Program Coordinator
Students who earned PBIS Rockstar tickets cashed them in for an eventful afternoon to celebrate the Winter Olypmics-games included Bobsled, Torch Run, Ice Dancing, Ice-cube challenge, and Snowball toss!
1st Grade Skypes!
Mrs. Johnson's 1st grade class was able to Skype with their Massachusetts pen pals who sent a balloon for every student!
A Grand Night for Music
Several 4th and 5th grade students were accompanied by Mr. Meyers and our teachers to dinner at the Petroleum Club followed by a concert by the Bakersfield Symphony Orchestra!
1st Grade Skypes!
Watch for membership flyers coming home. Top classes with most memberships win!
Birthday Name in Lights
Celebrate your student's birthday on our school marquee! Stop by the office to pay for your student's Name in Lights!
Send your Boxtops to school with your student! Each year we use our Boxtop Dollars to purchase new Library Books! Thanks for your help & support!
Birthday Name in Lights
Infinite Campus Parent Portal Access is a website that allows parents to access information about the student. For your login credentials - please contact the district office (661) 392-2110.