Concrete Chronicles

Volume 11, Issue 8

Important Events

3 - Arnold's Spirit Night

10 - Clay Night - (Last names beginning with A-K)

10 -14 Book Fair

11 - Clay Night (Last names beginning with L-Z)

14 - Muffins for Mom

100 Book Club Challenge Forms Due

First Grade Field Trip

17 - Staff Development Day (Students Do Not Attend)

18 - Chick-fil-A Spirit Night

20 - Box Tops Due

($1 Bookstore will not be open during February)


4 - Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten Registration

K4 and K5 Kindergarten Registration

March 4, 2020

8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Register ONLINE starting March 2, 2020


Click on “New Student Registration”

Scroll down to the bottom of the page

Click on “Click here to register your child for the 2020-2021 school year”

Click on “Create Account”

Fill out information accordingly and submit

On March 4th (once you have submitted the online registration) please bring the required documents to school. Concrete Primary School’s Front Office will be open 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM.

Required documents:

· Birth Certificate

· Immunization Certificate (Shot Record)

· 2 forms of Proof of Residency

Property tax, current utility bill (gas, electric, water), signed contract with builder, signed lease with signature of tenant and landlord stating location of home.)

· Copies of any custodial documents.

K4 New students need to sign up for a screening time.

Box Tops

Please send in your Box Tops by February 20. Each student turning-in a completed sheet of Box Tops (10) will win a prize.This is the last collection for the year. Thank you for your support.


Throughout a busy second nine weeks filled with Thanksgiving and Christmas break, students continued to demonstrate our BE FANTASTIC essentials around the school. Classes caught with FANTASTIC behavior have earned tickets throughout each school day. Ten tickets are then exchanged for a cricket to be displayed in the hallway.

Each class that earned 10 crickets during the second nine weeks had the opportunity to bring a furry friend to school. The homeroom class with the most crickets for each grade level earned a special surprise.

The following classrooms earned the most crickets for the second nine weeks: Mrs. Brown’s K5 class, Mrs. Anderson’s first grade class, and Mrs. Dunn’s second grade class.

Congratulations to all classes that earned 10 shields and “furry friend day”. An extra congratulations goes to Mrs. Brown’s, Mrs. Anderson’s, and Mrs. Dunn’s classes for earning the most crickets for their grade level!

Good luck to all classes as they continue to earn tickets for the third nine weeks!


THANK YOU to all of the families that came to Literacy Night! We had so much fun and such a great turnout! We can’t wait to do it again next year!

Reading Tip: To increase reading fluency, have your child read favorite books and poems over and over again. Each time, practice getting smoother and reading with more expression.

Book Store: The $1 Bookstore will be closed in February. Be sure to come out and support the Book Fair during the week of February 10-14. The next date for the $1 bookstore will be Friday, March 6th.

Happy Reading!

Mrs. Porter

Media Center News. . .

Follett Book Fair

We are excited to try the new Follett Book Fair that will be in the library media center February 10-14. Please note that the book fair will close Friday morning at 11:15. It will be open during both Clay Nights and Muffins for Mom. If your child plans to make purchases during the school day, he/she may do so when he/she visits the library on his/her usual library day. Look for a book fair flyer that will be sent home in students’ folders very soon.

You may also view the flyer here.

Weekly Book Check Out Reminder Emails

You may have noticed an automated email notifying you of the book(s) that your child has checked out. My hope is that the email will help you and your child prepare for the coming week. This email will automatically be sent out on Sunday evenings. Please understand that an email does not necessarily mean that your child’s library book is overdue; it is simply intended as a reminder of the book(s) that your child has checked out. Please refer to the due date that is included in the email to determine whether or not the book is actually considered late. If you have any questions about your child’s library book, at any point this year, please do not hesitate to contact me, Mrs. Payne.

Mrs. Payne

Library Media Specialist

With Grateful Hearts

The faculty and staff of Concrete Primary would like to sincerely thank the following:

Mt. Moriah Church - Kleenex & Clorox Wipes

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