January 15, 2021
Return to the Classroom
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Heart Healthy Challenge
Kids Heart Challenge™ is coming!
Our school is getting ready to kick-off KIDS HEART CHALLENGE! We are so excited to participate in this service-learning program from the American Heart Association. Kids Heart Challenge will teach your student(s) how to care for their hearts physically and emotionally while raising lifesaving donations. Get a jump start today by registering and choosing a heart healthy Challenge.
Mark your calendar! We will be kicking off Our American Heart Association’s Kids Heart Challenge event on Jan. 25th and 26th Here is a fun sneak peak for you and your student to watch Kids Heart Challenge 2021 Teaser Video
Thank you for being part of the Kids Heart Challenge, supporting our school and the American Heart Association. Together, we will help save lives.
Ms. Crego, Ms. Woodcock and Ms. Murray
Physical Education Specialists
Superintendent answers COVID-related questions
Superintendent answers COVID-related questions
Why are only kindergarten and elementary students allowed to return soon?
What will school look like when these students return?
When might middle school and high school students return to school?
Virtual Family Event with Author Debra Frasier
“Before we come together I need you to be looking for a printed picture of a dog—or a cat—one for each person who is coming to play with SCISSORS, PAPER & GLUE. You could use a picture of your OWN dog or cat, but you will need to print it. Petfinder will show you the dogs and cats in your area who are waiting to be adopted. You are just looking for a picture of one that catches your heart—we are not REALLY going to bring them home! Just choose the one you like the look of and print off the picture. Pick one dog or cat for each member of the family who is participating in the workshop. If you think you can’t find a DOG OR CAT picture, let the school know on the online form for our Family Night and pictures can be picked up at school.” - Debra Frasier https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSFlrRh_KG0&feature=youtu.be
Mindfulness, meditation and movement practices to promote brain and body wellbeing
Starts Friday Dec. 18th!
Every Friday 8:30 - 9am
Leaders: Amanda Maki, MS, LPCC and Allyson Adams, MS, LPC, LADC Allyson and Amanda are School-Based Mental Health counselors in the Twin Cities school Districts. Some of their areas of expertise are anxiety, depression, ADHD, Autism, self-esteem, and family therapy. Amanda and Allyson assist students in schools by using their strengths and developing new skills that will promote wellness and success in the classroom and at home.
Regular meal pick-up:
Bel Air Elementary (1800 5th St NW, New Brighton)
Island Lake Elementary (3555 Victoria St N, Shoreview)
Pinewood Elementary (5500 Quincy St, Mounds View)
Sunnyside Elementary (2070 County H, New Brighton)
Turtle Lake Elementary (1141 Lepak Ct, Shoreview)
Valentine Hills Elementary (1770 W County Road E2, Arden Hills)
Chippewa Middle School (5000 Hodgson Road, North Oaks)
Edgewood Middle School (5100 Edgewood Dr, Mounds View)
Highview Middle School (2300 7th St NW, New Brighton)
Irondale High School (2425 Long Lake Rd, New Brighton)
Mounds View High School (1900 Lake Valentine Rd, Arden Hills)
Meals will be FREE for all students. Families and students will not need to provide a name or PIN number to pick up the meals. Masks are encouraged for those picking up meals, even while in their vehicle. This keeps the nutrition services staff safe as they serve the meals. For more information, visit our website.
TURTLE LAKE PTA
Please consider becoming a member of the PTA. Membership allows you voting rights in meetings where a vote is required for budget reasons or other. All families and caregivers are welcome to attend PTA meetings regardless of membership. Last year we moved to an online system so please click the link below!
PTA Open Positions 2021-2022
President: We are looking for someone to train in to be the President for the 2022-2023 school year. The 2021 school year will be a co position to learn what to do. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Vice President: This will be a support role to the President. Ideally you will work as the Vice President and then move into the President position. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
ISLAND LAKE PTA
January PTA Meeting Rescheduled for February 8
Please join us on Zoom for a general PTA meeting on February 8, 7-8 pm. More info can be found on our website closer to the date and in upcoming Snail Mails.
350 Highway 96 West
Shoreview, MN 55126
Main Office: 651-621-8000