The Muraski Tribune: Issue 19
YOUR WEEKLY COMMUNICATION ABOUT ALL THINGS MURASKI
A Message From the Principals
Good Morning Muraski Families,
There are few things great for students than finding out the night before returning to school that you are going to have a snow day! Although the method for receiving this information has changed, I remember watching the tv and listening to the radio, I'm sure our students are extremely excited to have a bonus day off!
Tell your kids to read a good book, play outside, and help out around the house, but most of all, ENJOY THE DAY!
It's going to be a great week!
Reminders About Covid Protocols - Beginning Tuesday 1/18
- Masks are Still Required on School Buses. Just a friendly reminder that per the CDC, students riding a school bus to / from school or for athletic trips are required to wear a mask. Please remember to have your child keep some masks in his / her bag so that they are prepared for riding the school bus. The students have done a phenomenal job with this requirement the past two weeks, so let’s keep it going!
- Masks are Still Required for Mask to Stay / Isolation Protocols. As a reminder, if your child is identified as a direct contact at school and is in the Mask to Stay quarantine protocol or is able to return on Day 6 of isolation due to having no symptoms, students must wear their mask through Day 10 of the quarantine / isolation period.
- Social Distancing / Seating. At this time, we will maintain our current social distancing measures in terms of classroom desk arrangement and lunch procedures.
- Visitors. Guidelines for visitors will follow the same plan that was in effect prior to winter break. You can click here to access our established visitor requirements.
- Reporting Positive Results and/or Quarantines. Throughout the week, you may call your attendance line to report your child(ren) positive or if there is a need for them to quarantine based on a family/friend exposure. You may then be contacted by the building nurse and/or principal. Over the weekend, you may use our reporting link and either our Covid Coordinator or district nurse will get back to you with further instructions / information.
Muraski Night at the Chalet
Looking for a fun outdoor activity, Muraski night at the Chalet is back this year!! This is a private event for Muraski families only!!
Chalet rules state you must be 42 inches tall and you must wear gloves to go on the toboggans.
Thursday, January 27th 6-9pm. Click the link below to purchase tickets!! Limited number of tickets available. Only riders need to have tickets. Reminder that this is a family event, not a drop off event. Hope to see everyone there!!
Muraski Art Students of the Week
Muraski Rockstars of the Week
Muraski MVPs of the Week
PRIDE Ticket Winners!
We are excited to share that our students earned a total of 1,300 PRIDE tickets this week! Please take a moment to read who our winners are. We are very proud of our students.
PBIS Data & Vision Casting
Our classroom teachers will also be doing some vision casting in their classrooms. Vision casting is taking the time before an activity (such as walking in the hallway to lunch) and allowing students to identify 3-4 expected behaviors. Students also identify 1-2 behaviors we do not expect to see. As the students are completing the activity, teachers take time to point out and praise the expected behaviors, while also creating teachable moments for unexpected behaviors. Finally, after the activity is complete the teachers and students reflect on the positive and negative behaviors that were seen.
Vision casting was used a lot in the beginning of the school year therefore we think it may be a good time to re-introduce it as we are moving into the second half of the year.