Abrams Elementary School
TOGETHER --We Learn... We Achieve... We Grow
November 2018 Volume 6, Issue 5
Mark your Calendar:
November 21-23 - Thanksgiving Vacation No School in Session.
December 24- January 1 - No School Holiday Break
Students should be wearing cold weather jackets and bringing hats and mittens. The chill is real and they get cold outside when they are out there for 20 minutes. Please get these out and have your child wearing them daily.
Last Friday was our 1st PAWS Live for this school year. This is an all school assembly we hold to recognize kids doing good things. This month we also talked about how everyone makes mistakes and that it is important to learn from them. Some mistakes still have consequences with them. Talk to your child about a mistake they made and what they learned from it. Tell them a time you made a mistake and what you learned from it.
Please contact me with any questions or concerns you have about your child or school.
WHAT'S HAPPENING AT ABRAMS?
Phy-Ed Speed Stacking
Abrams is taking part in the WSSA’s (World Speed Stack Assoc.)yearly attempt at breaking the Guinness World Record mark for “Most People Sport Stacking at Multiple Locations in One Day.” We participated in this event last year, and were part of over 623,000 stackers around the world! Along with this event, we will have speed stacks and other items available to purchase for $20.00-$25.00. More information and order forms will go home soon.
Parade of Costumes
Pumpkin Decorating Contest 2018
Help a Hero
“HELP A HERO”
November 1-13, 2018
During the time of November 1-13, 2018, Abrams Elementary School is having a competition to collect items for our troops. We will be taking donations that will be sent to our troops making their holidays a little brighter, supported by the Eick-Sankey American Legion Auxiliary Unit 302. Please send any items listed below to school with your child/children. Items will be collected in their classroom. **All classes that collect at least 50 requested items will earn an extra recess! ***The class that collects the most requested items will earn an extra PE class!!!!!
ITEMS WE ARE COLLECTING:
Baby wipes/Pocket tissue, Hand/Foot warmers, Foot powder, Granola/cereal/protein bars, Nasal & Throat sprays, Cooling packs, Pens/pencils & small Notepads, Decks of cards, Eye drops, Individual water flavor packets, Sunblock/Aloe Vera, 5-hr. Energy drinks, Gum/Lifesavers/Mints, Hand sanitizer, Tuna lunch kits, DVD’s (comedies preferred), Cotton socks(boot cut), Dried or canned fruits, Pocket sized Bibles, Jerky/meat sticks, Nuts/Trail Mix, Travel size Toothpaste/Mouthwash, Toothbrush/Dental floss, Lip balm, Letters/Cards of encouragement and support, Deodorant, Newspapers/Postcards/Magazines.
Notes from the Office
The School district calendar and the Events calendar are available on our web site, the link is: https://ofpanthers.com/calendars/.
School Dress Up Days:
11/9/18 - Twin Day
11/16/18 - Camo Day
11/23/18 - No School
11/30/18- Plaid Day
What's Happening With the CPTO....
The fall book fair was a success! A big thank you to the many volunteers who helped with the book fair.
Next CPTO Meeting is Tuesday, November 13th, 6:15 p.m. in the Library.
Holiday Gift Shop: Holiday Gift Shop will be held in December, we are in need of many volunteers to help with this fun event. More information will be coming home soon.
2018-19 CPTO Officers:
President: Ashley McDermid
Vice-President: Jenny Sarkela
Treasurer: Tabitha Dobbratz
Secretary: Candice Baumler
Lost and Found
Community and District News
Calvary Fall Fair- November 10, 2018 9:00 am - 1:00 pm - Calvary Lutheran Church, Abrams
Vendors including: Paparazzi, The Nutman, Pampered Chef, CBD Oil/Nutritional Supplements, Handmade Greeting Cards, Simply Sandy's Crafts, Homemade Creations, 31 Consultant, BIRC Gift Items.
Oconto County 4-H, a program offered through UW-Extension, will be holding an open house event called 4-H Fall Kick-Off. The event will be held on Saturday, November 10th at St. Anne’s School, 221 E Main St, Lena from 3-5pm. Come and browse the numerous project areas from chickens to bees, knitting to woodworking. Project leaders will be on hand to talk about the projects and 4-H members will be available to answer your questions about 4-H. This event is free and open to the public.
November 12th --Veteran's Day Assembly at OFES
November 13th --CPTO Meeting Abrams Elementary Library 6:15 pm.
December 13th --4K Holiday Concert at 9:30 a.m.
December 20th --5K- 5th Holiday Concert 9:30 a.m. Last names M-Z
December 20th --5K- 5th Holiday Concert 1:30 p.m. Last names A-L