Clackamas River Chinooks!
March 11, 2022
This week was an exciting one with Read Across America. We enjoyed seeing everyone show their school spirit by dressing up and taking part in our reading and door contest. Great job Chinooks! To see the door decorations, check out the video above!
Next week we will finish reading The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane. We hope you enjoyed reading it along with us.
Registration for the 22-23 school year is now open for our incoming kindergarten students and the pre-k program at Rivermill! Please let any future Chinooks know that we would love for them to complete their registration as quickly as possible to start receiving our weekly newsletters and school information.
The Tooth Taxi will be returning to CRE next week in hopes of taking care of more dental issues for our children. These appointments are given to students with the most urgent needs as staffing continues to be an issue. If you have already turned in your forms, you do not need to do anything further.
If you have not, please watch the PowerSchool video below! This is the best way to see how your student is progressing towards a standard. If you have any further questions, please let us know!
We will be donating the lost and found over spring break. Please make sure to duck into the vestibule in the main entrance to look for any missing items. If you know your child has misplaced something, but you cannot come to the school, please contact Bettina Boles for assistance. email@example.com
Finally, picture day is coming to CRE! On March 30th, we will have the opportunity for classroom and individual pictures. Students will only be individually photographed if this is the package you selected.
Have a great weekend and we look forward to seeing you Monday for the final push before Spring Break!
Hello parents and guardians,
CRE will be having a Spring Showcase concert this year! With COVID making the future unsure, I haven't been able to announce this concert until now.
The concert is taking place Wednesday night, May 18th. Due to the auditorium size, K-2nd concert is happening at 5pm and the 3-5th concert is happening at 6:30pm. Please stay for both concerts if you have students in multiple grade levels.
These two concerts will look different than in years past. So come expecting a new experience! This concert is not mandatory for your child to participate in, but it is highly encouraged. One of the best experiences your student can have in elementary music is performing on stage for parents, grandparents, friends, teachers, and loved ones. They have all worked so hard this year, so they deserve to celebrate their knowledge with a concert!
If for any reason your student is unable to participate in the concert due to other extracurriculars, please let me know ASAP. I also understand that students may be experiencing stage fright and may not want to participate. That is to be expected after 2+ years of no performances! Please encourage your student(s) to participate in the concert, and I will do my part in the classroom to get them prepared and comfortable performing. It is my goal that as many students as possible participate in our first live concert since COVID.
I am so excited to be bringing back the Spring concerts, and I can't wait for you all to hear your amazing students! Please reach out if you have any questions, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org.