November 2022


November - crisp mornings, fall leaves on the ground, holidays, and time with family. November is the time of year where we often take the time to slow down and be grateful for all the different things we have in our lives. During morning assembly, we have been talking about gratitude and all we have to be thankful for - our families, our friends, food, our beds, etc. One thing I have been doing and will be encouraging your child to do is write down something they have to be thankful for each day. Having an attitude of gratitude helps in so many ways. Gratitude improves overall physical health, promotes sleep, builds empathy, and reduces aggression. As I am sure you have noticed, I love quotes. A quote from Zig Ziglar says, "Gratitude is the healthiest of all human emotions. The more you express gratitude for what you have, the more likely you will have even more to express gratitude for." I hope you will join me in sharing things you are thankful for with your children. I also hope you have a very Happy Thanksgiving, filled with many blessings.


Please review the attached November Calendar.


Please see the attached Wellness Policy and Regulation. In November Mrs. Ulrich will be working to organize the 22-23 school wellness committee. Be on the lookout for information on how you can be a part of implementing and reviewing our school nutrition and wellness policy and procedures.

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Title 1 Tidbits

Please take a moment and read our Title 1 Tidbits.

October Students of the Month

Congratulations to the October Students of the Month. Students were chosen for modeling characteristics of inclusiveness.

The students are pictured below in no particular order.

Autumn White, Nolan James, Bailey Thurman, Claire Click, Coby Lasater, Paizlee Stockwell Schmidt, Riki Allen, Brendon Hedrick, Ariel Digar, Maia Bridger, Kayla Raber, Skyla Best, Brooke Hartsook, Quientin Simmons, Emily Sohn, Victor Davis, Faith Pasiglia, Aiden Declue and Maddox Rappold.

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St. Clair Homecoming

Students had a special treat on Friday, October 7th. They were able to again attend the St. Clair R-13 Homecoming Parade. This is an event they enjoy each year. Instead of their normal blue and gold, students don the red and gray to show their support of the Bulldogs.

It is always exciting to see our former Bobcats taking part in the parade by being on court or through various clubs and sports, and this year didn't disappoint. While one of our Bobcats didn't take the crown this year, we are proud to say that we are still related to the queen! Our very own Mrs. Miller's daughter, Melodi, was crowned.

Congratulations to all who made us proud by representing Lonedell and St.Clair so well!

Chef Jay and Trish from Chartwells Visit FACS Class

Chef Jan and Trish did a demonstration for the FACS students on Friday, October 21.

Students enjoyed the visit.

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Pet Rocks

Look at these adorable first grader from Mrs. Dean's class! They made their very own pet rocks to go along with their Superkids reading lesson
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13th Annual Bobcat Cruise In and Craft Fair

Saturday, October 22 was the 13th annual Bobcat Cruise and Craft Fair. It was a gorgeous day for scrumptious food, amazing cars and to start holiday shopping.

Halloween Dance

No better way to prepare for Halloween than a good old fashioned TREND dance. The TREND Halloween dance was Friday, October 21. Students and staff had lots of fun with all kinds of activities, snacks and dancing.

Halloween Parade and Parties

The Lonedell R-14 Halloween Parade was Thursday, October 27 for the kindergarten and 1st grade. Halloween parties were also held in the afternoon. Everyone enjoyed the festivities.