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The Week Ahead...

Monday, April 11
  • Lesson Plans and Newsletters due
  • LPAC meetings, 3:00-6:00

Tuesday, April 12

  • Principal Search Input meeting with Mr. Chapman, 3:40 in the library

Wednesday, April 13

  • 4th grade field trip to FW Stockyards
  • ARDs today
  • Joy in Principal meetings

Thursday, April 14

  • Cici's Night--Volunteers to wear jeans and serve pizza?
  • Kinder Round Up 9-11, and 6-7:30
  • School Board Meeting, 7:00

Friday, April 15

  • End of 5th six weeks

WHS Blue Belles Spring Show is Friday and Saturday Nights at 7:00!

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Morning Announcements: Chumbley/Forrester

Character First Trait for April: Orderliness


Kelly H for always having a smile and helping me figure out what I am doing!

Nurse Suzy--helping make sure students are taken care of all day every day!

Marianne--giving us a good laugh on April Fool's Day

Shelley --Using sign as another way to facilitate learning in hearing students!

Congratulations to Yevone Dean, our Teacher of the Year!

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Some Pictures From the Kinder Animal Habitats!

Up and Coming Birthdays!

April 10-Jill

April 13-Janet S

April 13-Nancy Dygert (cafe)

April 25-Kelly H

Your Opinion Matters!

The Power of a Teacher

POAT Short Promo

Love and Logic~Save Most of Your Words for Happy Times

What's the best way to make an otherwise effective technique backfire? It's simple: Talk too much.

In the store, I recently witnessed an unusually upset toddler whining to his mother about how "mean" she was and how badly he "needed" the toy she was telling him to put back on the shelf. This well-meaning mother quickly jumped into "psychotherapy mode" by listing all of the reasons why her three-year-old didn't need the toy, how it might put his eye out, how he might get one next year, why he shouldn’t be so upset, how sorry she was that he couldn't have it, that money doesn't grow on trees, etc.

There they were…both of them…on their knees.

While well meaning, this mother was actually feeding the fire by talking way too much! There exists a basic rule about doing discipline with kids of all ages:

The more words we use when our kids are acting up,

the LESS effective we become.

Save most of your words for happy times.

Coming Up!


  • 18 PLC @ 3:40 GoNoOdle, Class Dojo
  • 19 Kinder music program @6:30
  • 20 ARD day
  • 21 Gina the Jewelry Lady, 2nd grade field trip to Fossil Rim
  • 22 Good Citizens' Breakfast (PreK and K decorate), 3rd grade field trip to Bureau of Engraving
  • 23 WHS Prom
  • 25 3rd grade music/PE program @6:30
  • 28 5th grade Cici's day, Chick Fil A night!, Camp Grady Spruce parent meeting @ 6:00, Retirement Presentation at Wright-3:40
  • 29 Executive Cabinet meets at Wright @ 8:00