Royal Oak Schools: A Community of Excellence
Week of 1.17.16 & 1.24.16
Gleaners Food Drive-NON-PERISHABLE ITEMS NEEDED
Please focus on "Office/Library" during the month of January. Please REVIEW with your student(s). Thank you.
Oakland Schools Hearing Screening January 21-January 27 (Grades K, 2, 4)
Great Kindness Challenge: 1/25-1/29
What? The Great Kindness Challenge is a proactive and positive bullying prevention initiative that improves school climate and increases student engagement. The Great Kindness Challenge is one week devoted to performing as many acts of kindness as possible. Students will be provided a checklist of 50 kind acts (as examples), students accept the challenge and prove that bullying is weak and kindness is strength. We proudly accept the challenge with other Royal Oak Elementary schools. PBIS focus for the week:)
The Northwood Notes are sent every two weeks.
I hope to see you at some of the upcoming events.
1/18 NO SCHOOL; Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
1/19 Food Drive Gleaners/Collection Boxes @ Main Entrance
1/20 Food Drive Gleaners/Collection Boxes @ Main Entrance
1/20 5th Grade Cultural Arts Assembly by ROMS in Cafe (1:30); Students Only
1/21 Food Drive Gleaners/Collection Boxes @ Main Entrance
1/21 Oakland County Hearing Screening for Grades K,2,4
1/21 ROMS Basketball and Popcorn for 5th Graders (5 PM); Contact ROMS with any questions
1/22 Food Drive Gleaners/Collection Boxes @ Main Entrance LAST DAY
1/22 Oakland County Hearing Screening for Grades K,2,4
1/22 PTA Hosts Skateworld Event Offsite (5:15 PM)
1/25 Oakland County Hearing Screening for Grades K,2,4
1/26 Oakland County Hearing Screening for Grades K,2,4
1/27 Oakland County Hearing Screening for Grades K,2,4
1/28 End of 2nd Marking Period
1/29 Records Day/NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
Check www.neropta.com for PTA event information and volunteer opportunities. Not all events and details are listed in this section.
FIND INFORMATION AND DEADLINES FOR PTA EVENTS VISIT THE PTA SITE!
REMINDER: NO LATE STARTS IN JANUARY
The link includes behaviors that should be reviewed with students/practiced at events that extend beyond the school day. Appropriate behavior is for the safety of all participants. Supervision at events is the responsibility of parents.
Target has a wonderful program that donates money to the school of your choice (choose Northwood). Click on the button above and sign up if you would like to support us every time you shop at no extra cost to you. The program is ending May 14, 2016.