News from the Nest
Evansdale Weekly Newsletter - May 11, 2018
a note from Mr. Clayton
Second, please remind your students that we do still have 9 days of school left in the year. We expect students to continue to be on time and ready to learn every morning and keep a positive, respectful attitude throughout the school day. Summer will be here very soon for all of us!
Yearbooks Have Arrived!
Seen on the Scene at Evansdale this Month...
The STEM LAB Has Been Causing Quite a buzz with alarm designs, chain reactions, and more!
Kindergarten Dinosaur Fossil Dig
Second Grade Market Day
Step Up Night
DLYLA Offering Summer Lacrosse Clinics!
· FREE lacrosse clinics
· Boys and Girls Grades 4-8
· No equipment needed, just bring a water bottle and a great attitude!
· Girls: Saturdays 9-10am, Evansdale Elementary School
· Boys: Saturdays 9-10am, Druid Hills Middle School
June 9, 16
· Cost – FREE, please signup at: dlyla.org
The Last Hurrahs ....
05/18 Kindergarten Celebration, 12 p.m.
05/18 Pre-K Celebration, 8:30 a.m.
05/18 5th Grade Cookout
05/21 5th Grade Yearbook Signing/Ice Cream Party, 12:30 p.m.
05/22 2nd Semester Honors Day
05/22 5th Grade Promotion, 5 p.m., at Lakeside (5th Grade dismisses at 11 a.m.)
05/23 100% AR Prize Day
05/23 Class Parties, 1:00 p.m.
05/24 LAST DAY OF SCHOOL !!!
Rising 6th Grade Girls...Step Up to the Plate
Lakeside Cluster Summit Meeting
The next Lakeside Cluster Summit Meeting is being moved to Thursday, May 17th, 6:30-8pm at Pleasantdale ES. This LCS meeting will be very important. Mr Arnold will be updating the Cluster and Mr Dan Drake, Dekalb Schools Director of Operations, will be present to discuss the Lakeside addition and answer questions. Hope to see everyone May 17th,
Aviation Day Camps at Fernbank Science Center
This long-running, popular STEM based camp provides hands-on aviation experience. The camp is packed with activities that help future aviators understand science, mathematics, engineering, and technology. More importantly, it cultivates students’ sense of wonder, imagination, and creativity. Students will be exposed to careers in aviation through several field trips to airports and other aviation facilities, including component testing and assembly. The culminating experience will be a team build-off competition, in which the students will be challenged to build and fly an aircraft of their own design. Engineers from Lockheed Martin Aviation will mentor the teams.
For more information and an application form, visithttp://fsc.fernbank.edu/aviationcamp.html or call Audrey Poole at 678-874-7104.