The Falls Flash
September 2018 Issue 13
Week of Respect
Welcome Back School No. 2 Families
Hornets At Home
Our first meeting is on October 10th.
Details can be found on our website!
Mindfulness at School No. 2
School No. 2 Dates to Remember
October 8- Columbus Day, School is Closed
October 10- Hornets At Home Group Meeting, 6:30pm School No. 2 Cafeteria (parents only)
October 17- Fall Pictures
October 22- Preschool Harvest Festival
October 26- Single Session Day for students
October 31- Halloween Parade- 9:15am, Single Session Day
Peer Group Connection (PGC-Middle)
On Monday and Tuesday, September 24 - 25, a selected group of 8th graders participated in a two-day training with Mrs. Carroll. Mr. Schoeneich, Mrs. Budd and Mr. Plateroti, to prepare for their school year-long role as peer leaders for the incoming fifth graders. PGC-Middle is a research-based program that supports and eases students' successful transition into middle school. The program taps into the power of eighth graders to create a nurturing environment for incoming middle school students.
8th Grade Selects Their Executive Counsel
The School 3 garden is full of new seeds! We can't wait to see what we will snack on next!
Click on the link below to hear a Back to School message from Mrs. Dilkes.
Dates to Remember for School 3
October 1-5: Week of Respect
October 1: Wear Blue for World Bullying Prevention Day
October 2: Be a HERO, wear superhero gear
October 3: Words can hurt on the inside: Wear your clothes inside out
October 4: Wear your favorite TEAM apparel
October 5: Little Falls Spirit Day, wear your Green and GoldOctober 8: No School
October 15: Book Fair Family Shop 6pm
October 16: Book Fair
October 16: Bring your parent to lunch day
October 17: Book Fair
October 17: School of Rock trip, 4th grade
October 26: Single Session Day
October 31: Halloween Parade 11:15, party to follow
October 31: Single Session Day
School No. 1 Yearbook Club
Sources of Strength at School No 1
Dates to Remember for School No. 1
Mondays in October - Wear Blue (Bullying Prevention)
October 12th - 8th Grade River Cleanup
October 18th - Fall Pictures
October 8th - School Closed (Columbus Day)
October 26th - Single Session Day
October 31st - PTSA Halloween Pizza Party (Single Session Day)
November 6th - 8th Grade Field Trip to West Point
School No. 1 Student Council News
Congratulations to all representatives accepted into the School No. 1 Student Council!
We would like to introduce our Executive Council Members.
The National Junior Honor Society
The Jr. Municipal Alliance
Red Ribbon Week Events
Red Ribbon Week will be October 22nd - 26th. It is an alcohol, tobacco, drug and violence prevention week annually observed in October. This year’s theme is, Life is Your Journey, Travel Drug-Free. Let’s celebrate being drug-free with a journey to different parts of the World each day. The cafeteria will be helping us celebrate by serving food that you may purchase from our chosen destinations. Check below to see where we are headed!
To help celebrate come to school dressed for that day’s celebration. For example, on Island day you can wear a Hawaiian print shirt. Everyone who dresses has a chance at being the winner of the day! Winners will be announced and prizes given out on Fri. Oct. 26th.
Thanks for your support-
Jr. Municipal Alliance
Monday, October 22- “We Can be Drug-free”
Bring in cans of food for our annual “food drive”.
For each can you bring you will earn a chance for a prize.
Tuesday, October 23- Mexico “Let’s Taco ‘bout Staying Drug Free”
Mexican Day in Cafeteria: Taco Meat, Cheddar Cheese, Corn, Black Beans, Yellow Rice and Nacho Chips.
Wednesday, October 25- Island “Jamaica Me Say Drugs Will “Steel” Your Life Away”
Island Day in Cafeteria: Sweet & Sour Chicken w/ Pineapple Fried Rice or Pineapple/Ham Pizza
Thursday, October 25- Route 66 “Life is a Natural Highway”
Rt. 66 Day in Cafeteria: Hamburger/Cheeseburger or a Hot Dog on a Bun w/ French Fries
Friday, October 26- Safari “We’re Not Lion - Drugs Are Dangerous”
Red Ribbon Week Assembly