The Richardson Review

March 2021

Dear Parents and Guardians,

We had many students turn in their BINGO sheets for I Love to Read month. Way to go! Students and staff wore shirts and sweatshirts we could read and participated in Hats on to Read. Several enjoyed coming to school in pajamas or comfy clothes. We also had Mystery Guests read to our classses. Below is a link to our I Love to Read video and some fun pictures. We hope you enjoy them. Thank you all for your paticipation and remember to keep on reading.


Wednesday, March 3rd and Thursday, March 4th there will be student only sales for the Book Fair. In-person students will go to the Book Fair at a time scheduled by their teacher. Distance Learning students can stop during school hours to do their shopping, parents will have to wait in the front of the building like you did for picture day. Remember, we also have online shopping available, please see the link and information below.


There are two more conference days via zoom, Thursday, March 4th from 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm and Friday, March 5th from 8:00 am - 1:00 pm. Please reach out to your child's teacher if you have any questions.


Spring break is Monday, March 8th - Friday, March 12th. Classes will resume on Monday, March 15th and this will also be the start of our Third Trimester.


Due to health and safety reasons, students should not bring any treats or items to distribute to other students. This includes treats and items for birthdays and holidays. We will still acknowledge and celebrate birthdays and holidays in fun and safe ways in the classroom, when possible.


Listed below are the important dates

Please look below for more information on these events


March 3: Book Fair, student only sales in-person during school

March 4: Book Fair, student only sales in-person during school

March 4: Conferences via Zoom from 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

March 5: No, school, Conferences via Zoom from 8:00 am - 1:00 pm

March 5: Book Fair online ends

March 8 - 12: No school, Spring Break

March 15: Classes resume, begining of the Third Trimester

April 2: No school, Contract Holiday


If you have any questions or concerns, please let me know.


Sincerely,

Ms. G

Principal

Richardson Love to Read Month

Richardson's Scholastic Book Fair - Online Book Fair dates: 2/20 - 3/5, Student only Shopping during school 3/3 & 3/4

Conferences are coming and we are excited to meet with you again! Please click the link below for more information:

Mark your calendars for an upcoming virtual family night, Thursday, April 29th.

We will have a very special guest, author, Emily Kilgore who wrote the book "the Whatifs". Emily Kilgore also goes by a name that you should be familiar with, Emily Galle-From or as our students call her Mrs. Galle-From. We are excited to share her book with our students and their families. More infomation about this event will come out soon.

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Free meal program update

Free meal program update

Please note the free meal program will continue as students return to classes.

The free meal program will continue for all students until the end of the school year.


Contacts & Supports:

We are here for you as your child learns from home. Click here for numbers and contacts that might be helpful.

Adventure Connection School Age Care

UPDATED 1-13-2021

As we return to school in person, Adventure Connection is accepting registrations for before and after school care for students in PreK-5th grade.


Flexible scheduling makes Adventure Connection convenient and affordable.

Students participate in a variety of activities such as art, games, team building, playground, and gym time. Protocols are in place to help keep students and staff safe and healthy. Learn more and register at www.isd622.org/ac.



Adventure Connection School Age Care

Quality care for children before school, after school, on non-school days and summer!

Adventure Connection is a school-age care program with sites located in District 622 elementary school buildings. It is a convenient, safe and caring place for children before and after school, on non-school days and summers. Adventure Connection provides educational, enriching, recreational, and engaging experiences for children in preschool through 5th grade. During the summer, Adventure Connection consolidates to three sites.



Register for 2020-21 School Year



Check out Epic Connection for middle school students!


COVID-19 Updates


Mission
Our mission is to provide a quality program that ensures a safe, cooperative, student led environment that serves the diverse needs of the school while striving through continuous improvement to foster the development of our youth as service leaders in District 622.

PTA News


The PTA is a non-profit, school-based organization, designed to support our students and staff. The PTA is comprised of all the Richardson parents and/or guardians. All are welcome!


PTA Goals & Objectives


  • To support and enrich our children's education
  • To facilitate good communication between administration, staff, and parents
  • To promote school spirit
  • To encourage volunteerism


Please consider becoming part of this amazing team. With some of the current member's children now being in the 5th grader, this would be a great time to join the team and shadow the members who will move on at the end of the school year.


The PTA is also looking for a volunteer to chair the book fair.


If you have any questions or want to be more involved, please contact Sarah Morrison at richardsonptapresident@gmail.com