Brantner Elementary Newsletter
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PVHS FALL FEST
Good morning students and staff of Brantner Elementary!
If you are looking for something fun to do on Halloween weekend, consider walking the halls at PVHS for their fall fest on October 30th from 10am to 1pm!
It will be a fun afternoon filled with games and of course candy!
Clubs such as art, theatre, and student government will also have booths you can get information from if you are interested in joining.
We hope to see you all there for a few fun packed hours of tricks and treats.
Lost & Found
We are getting a lot of items in our lost and found.
-Lunch boxes and Water bottles in Lost and Found with no name will be tossed out the end of every week.
-All other items in Lost and Found with no name will be donated the end of every month.
Please feel free to come and check Lost & Found for any items you may be missing.
27J is Facing Dire Staff Shortages.
Click HERE to read the message that was sent out from Superintendent Dr. Fiedler
27J Schools Celebrate National School Lunch Week
To recognize the National School Lunch Program, serving nearly 30 million children each day, 27J Schools will celebrate National School Lunch Week from October 12-15, 2021. The fun and creative campaign theme, “WILD About School Lunch” highlights the importance of a healthy school lunch to a student’s success both in and out of the classroom. Recent research shows children are getting their healthiest meals at school. National School Lunch Week will highlight the nutritious foods available daily at our district schools. “School lunches offer students fruits and vegetables, whole grains and milk, and meet federal nutrition standards limiting fat, calories and sodium,” said Tony Jorstad, 27J Schools Nutrition Services Director. “Thanks to pandemic waivers, school meals are free for all students this school year, so it’s a great time to give school lunch a try. National School Lunch Week helps us educate parents and students about all the wonderful benefits of our lunch program.” Join us for lunch October 12th-15th!
We have a very large amount of students tardy each morning. Please try to leave just 5 min earlier to have them here on time. The tardy bell rings at 7:50 am.
Are you running a little late or did you have an appointment?
To Check Your Child Out Early
PLEASE send a mask to school with your student each day and an extra in their backpack.
2021-2022 Assessment Schedule
Click HERE to order new Brantner gear!
Drop Off & Pick Up
Thank you for following our Drop Off and Pick Up instructions. We feel like this is going smoothly.
Please remember not to park in a Handicap spot unless you have a handicap sticker.
Click HERE to view the drop off and pick up information.
Student Fees can be paid online here or by check/cash in the office.
Kindergarten Supply Fees can not be paid online. Please give this payment to your child's teacher or the office.
Visitors need to wear a mask while on school property. We would absolutely love for parents to volunteer, however, ask that all sessions are pre-planned with your child’s teacher and scheduled, so that we can minimize the amount of outside adults in classrooms.
At this time, we can not accommodate parents coming in and eating lunch in our cafeteria. Parents are certainly welcome to continue to bring in lunch and drop it with our office staff and we will see to it that your child receives it on their way to their lunch. For specific lunch times, see your child’s teacher’s Back to School Information document.
Watch Dog Volunteers Needed
Brantner is a wonderfully unique school, where we partner with family members to help keep the inside and outside of our building safe. We have a resident Watch Dog, Roger Lance, a grandparent of a Brantner student, who helps oversee this program.
To volunteer for this, simply call the office and share your availability! We will provide you with a vest and radio.
Any time frame before, during, or after school.
Any time length that works for your schedule.
We would love to have you!