October 2022 Newsletter
CALLING ALL PARENTS!! We'd like to here from you. Please take a moment to complete this survey and provide your honest feedback with regard to Stewart. Just click the link below or scan the QR Code to the right!
Car Tags - PLEASE DON'T FORGET!!
For parents picking up their students in the PUL, please remember to bring your car tags. Especially for our new staff, we want to ensure that our students are safe and going home with the correct adult.
If you have misplaced your car tags, please contact Stewart Elementary for new copies.
Fire Prevention Week - 10/10-10/14
Fire Prevention Week is the second week of October. The theme this year is, "Fire Won't Wait. Plan Your Escape." In addition to a fire drill that week, the Washington Fire Department will be making a visit to Stewart. Students will travel to separate stations to observe and learn the following:
- What do you do if there is a pan fire?
- See a smoke trailer demonstration.
- Visit the fire truck.
- Participate in bus evacuations.
- Watch a dollhouse demonstration.
We're so happy to have the fire department here to teach our Stewart students about fire safety!
Stewart Boosters Meeting - 10/10 @ 5:00
For any parents that are interested in attending, our Stewart Boosters will be meeting on the 2nd Monday of each month at 5:00 in the Stewart Elementary library.
SIAC Meeting - 10/25 @ 6:00-7:30
The School Improvement Advisory Council (SIAC) will be meeting on Tuesday, October 25th in the Lincoln Elementary Media Center from 6:00-7:30. Each of the Washington CSD schools will be sharing their building goals and their efforts to reach them. We're looking for parents who would like to participate. If you have questions, please feel free to reach out.
Halloween Parties - 10/27
Classroom Halloween parties will be on Thursday, October 27th. If you would like to provide any snacks, games, or crafts for the parties they would surely be welcomed. If you wish to send treats to school, please contact the classroom teacher and refer to the Wellness Policy. We can’t serve homemade items.
As a friendly reminder, if your child's costume has weapons, please refrain from sending those to school with your child.