Wrapping Up October Lights '17

A month full of great things

New position with new information


Merton's Math Coach, Martica Hazelwood, will be highlighting all the great things happening in math classrooms at Merton. In addition, she will be sharing resources and articles that may be of interest to you. You can access her site via this link: Hazelwood's Happenings If you have any questions you can contact her at hazelwoodm@merton.k12.wi.us.


https://sites.google.com/merton.k12.wi.us/hazelwoods-happenings/home?authuser=0

Book Fair News!

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a044eadae2da46-merton Volunteers are very helpful during this event and we have the sing up right here for you. Any time that you can provide is so appreciated and the kids enjoy having you here to help us out. Thanks so much!
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Scouts' coat drive

Please bring in your slightly used coats and place them in the containers we have in school. Your cooperation is so appreciated and this is a terrific gesture as the weather turns so cold.

The Parent-Teacher Conferences are coming

Be sure you take the time to reserve a spot for the upcoming parent-teacher conferences. Check out Skyward for either Nov. 9th or the 16th to learn more about the progress of your child(ren). Thanks so much! Can't do this one without you.

Remember those box tops in the drawer?

These little pieces of cardboard can really add up to some important cash for our PTO. Place them in plastic bags and trimmed as best you can-that really helps our volunteers. The children and classes who bring in the most are recognized during our assemblies. Thank you!

Halloween in the Primary School

Our staff has done a terrific job, along with our volunteers, to make this special day fun and filled with learning too. I hope you enjoy these photos of what was happening around the school on Tuesday.

Mike Budisch

Here's a piece of writing, one of many, that are displayed around our school. I encourage you to take a look when you are at school about how the writing skills of our students continue to grow.