Pauline Central Primary School
Jag-Wire Weekly Parent Update, May 2, 2022
Pauline Central is Building a Legacy - Celebrating our Amazing Teachers
Please Review Bus Expectations with your Child- Let's Finish Strong
Pauline Schools PTO Fun in the Sun was a HUGE Success!
Pauline Central Field Day
Pauline Central Field Day- Friday, May 13, 2022
2nd/3rd Grade 9:50-11:50
K/1st Grade 1:00-3:10
Pauline Central Field Day is just around the corner. Please have your child dress comfortably, bring a water bottle, and be ready to move and have fun! Sunscreen is encouraged. Parents are more than welcome to attend Field Day to enjoy the fun and walk with their child. We are looking forward to a Super Exciting Field Day!
On-Line Registration is now OPEN for 2022-23
This is a required step to be officially enrolled and registered as a student in the Auburn-Washburn school district.
Please register ALL children attending schools in Auburn-Washburn at the same time.
For Returning Families to USD 437 (if you already have a child currently enrolled in Auburn-Washburn: https://usd437.net/about/registration/returning.html
For New Families to USD 437 (if you do NOT have a child currently enrolled in an Auburn-Washburn school): https://usd437.net/about/registration/new.html
If you have not done so already, please be prepared to bring to the school your child’s:
Proof of Residence (Name and Address on: utility bill, mortgage/lease agreement, etc.)
Health Assessment (up to date within a year of August 9th, 2022)
Kindergarten Bootcamp- Sign Up is now OPEN!
Please sign up here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D49AAAE2DA2FFCE9-kindergarten
Character Trait for May - Honesty
Does your child need to speak with a member of our School Based Mental Health Team?
Popcorn with the Principal: Celebrating Safe, Respectful and Responsible behavior
Mark Your Calendars- Upcoming Important Dates
May 9 and 10 - 2nd and 3rd grade talent show screening; 3:45-5:00 p.m.
May 11 - Early Release; 3:05 p.m. dismissal
May 13 - Field Day at PC
May 25 - Last Day of School; 1/2 day; Elementary dismissal at 12:45 p.m.
Second Step Resource
Your child participates in these lessons designed to help students have more positive attitudes toward themselves and others, show more positive social behaviors in school, and have fewer conduct problems. This results in greater school connectedness, which helps keep students safe and out of trouble.
Pauline Schools PTO Needs YOU!
Summer Meals at PC
We plan to serve drive thru style from my 31st thru July 30th. More information coming soon!
Lunch Menu for May
Helpful Resource for families
Please check out this wonderful and sometimes underutilized resource available for all families in Kansas. The resource is the 1-800-CHILDREN helpline. The 1-800-CHILDREN helpline provides 24/7 judgment-free support in English and Spanish as well as 200 additional languages. It’s free, confidential and finds helpful resources for all families.
The 1-800-Children has received 331 calls, texts, or emails. 97% of callers report the call line met their needs! FYI, there is also a handy app that can be downloaded to your phone. Kansas Children's Service League (kcsl.org). Raising families can be difficult work and having someone 24/7 available to answer questions and share information about community resources is invaluable.
NOTICE TO PARENTS
Parents of students attending a Title 1 school have the right to request information on the professional qualifications of your child’s teacher and any paraprofessional working with your child. The information you may request includes:
- If the teacher has met the state qualifications and licensing criteria for the grade levels taught;
- Whether the teacher is under an emergency or other provisional license or whether the licensing criteria has been waived;
- The teacher’s degree major and any other graduate certification or degree held;
- Whether the child is provided services by a paraprofessional and if so, their qualifications.
Pauline Central Primary School
Pauline Central Primary School exists to serve the unique academic and social-emotional needs of ALL our students, while preparing students to be future-ready. We are committed to maintaining a safe, welcoming environment, where diversity is celebrated and individual students are empowered to reach their goals.