The Knight Times

December 13, 2019

A Note from Ms. Coyle

Another week down! We have one more week until break. After break you will be recieving your child's report card for the second grading period. These reports will be emailed to you. If you do not have an updated email address in PowerSchool please call our office. Thank you! I hope you will tune in to my December Facebook Read Aloud- check out the details below! I hope you have a wonderful weekend, please let me know if there is anything I can do for you or your child.

A Note from Mrs. Peacock

Happy Friday! I love seeing the holiday cheer spread throughout the building and how much the students enjoy it. Next week will be very busy with activities so expect lots of things coming home! If you plan on visiting a classroom next week, we ask that you check with your student's teacher first. Also, please make sure you have an approved background check on file.


As a reminder - we will go outside so long as the temperature is 20* and above. Please send your student with a warm jacket, gloves and hat. If you need assistance with any of these items, please don't hesitate to contact me (lpeacock@cville.k12.in.us).


Have a great weekend!

Literacy Corner with Mrs. H. Lawson

Tips on Supporting Reading during the Holiday Season


Creating opportunities for reading at every corner is a great way to nurture a joy of

reading. Here are some tips on supporting literacy at home and in the community during

the holiday season:


At Home:

  • Make holiday or winter reading a tradition. Read from the same book each year,

or give a new holiday book each year.

  • Make at least one gift a book, even if it didn’t make the wish list.
  • Have your children read holiday cards aloud.
  • Make homemade holiday cards with your children and have them write

personalized messages in each card.

  • If you enjoy making holiday treats, then have your children read the recipes while

you bake together.

  • Write your own winter books with your children and read them aloud to the

family.


In the Community:


  • Donate used or new books to local literacy programs and charities.
  • Make a gift donation to help support literacy programs in your area.
  • Sign up to volunteer. Become a reading tutor as your new year’s resolution!
  • Participate in local literacy events at libraries and with local charities.



https://readingpartners.org/blog/give-the-gift-of-literacy-tips-on-supporting-reading-during-the-holiday-season/

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Volunteer Information

If you'd like to have lunch with your student, volunteer in the school, or chaperone a field trip, you will need to complete a background check! Below is a link to access our volunteer approval form. Due to state regulations, our system has changed since last year and more information is now required. To ensure a speedy response to your background check, please include the following information in the "Notes" section: race, middle initial, place of birth, SSN and previous last name. The can take up to two weeks to clear so please plan ahead if you think you might want to help at all this year. Thank you!


https://secure.safevisitorsolutions.com/Safe/Volunteer/chs1178

Community Information

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Upcoming Dates

December 16

  • Facebook Live Read Aloud 7:30 pm
December 20
  • Pajama Day
  • Last Day of School before Winter Break

December 23 - January 6

  • NO SCHOOL - Winter Break

January 7

  • Students Return
January 10

  • Report cards emailed home

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