Save the Dates in December!
December 1st - 16th Dress Up Days
December 7th - 9th Holiday Shoppe
December 8th - Supper with Santa
December 15th - Holiday Parties
December 19th - January 3rd - Winter Break
Arrival time for students is between 7:30 and 8:10 daily! For safety purposes, please do not drop students off earlier than this time unless involved in early morning activities. Also please be sure students arrive before the tardy bell rings so they do not miss out on important beginning-of-the-day instruction.
Dismissal ends each day at 4 PM sharp! Please make arrangements to have your child(ren) picked up before this time each day as we do not have staff to supervise students after this time daily.
In case you just want to come to school comfy...
The month of December is a month of celebrations, whether it is a multicultural celebration like Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, or Christmas, or more personal celebrations like a successful year. Every personal accomplishment is worth celebrating. A personal accomplishment for you as a parent is probably helping your child raise their self-esteem promoting emotional safety that will help manage difficult emotions and feelings in a positive manner. Every commitment, agreement, goal, rituals, important dates, are worth celebrating. When the focus is on accomplishments, small or big, we wire the brain to see the best in ourselves and others. Start by making a personal list with your personal celebrations. It can be yearly celebrations such as birthdays and anniversaries, or more common routine celebrations like being able to go to bed early or waking up on time in the morning. Then, make a list of each of your child’s accomplishments throughout this school year. This list can be from excellent grades to a simple progress in a class, or something more from a day-to-day routine, like following instructions. As a family, decide how you will celebrate these accomplishments together, making these types of celebration a ritual. When you create a ritual with the participation of every member and promote the positive, your child will seek to repeat the action that is being celebrated. These rituals promote a sense of belonging that allows the child to feel safe and loved. I wish you Happy Holidays, filled with celebrations and rituals!
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Earn one credit in our upcoming Literacy Night Event on November 17th! Learn all about different ways you can support your child at home with reading, and enjoy the fun filled event! Remember you only need 5 credits to meet the requirement for Parent University Graduation hosted in May!
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A message from our Specials teachers
Please read the listed information below regarding change of transportation procedures:
1. Changes in transportation request should be submitted before 2:45 p.m. Request made after 2:45p.m. cannot be approved.
2. A handwritten and signed note is required to change regular transportation. It can be sent with your student to campus to turn in. A transportation change WILL NOT be accepted over the phone.
Lea la información que se incluye a continuación con respecto al cambio de los procedimientos de transporte:
1. Los cambios en la solicitud de transporte deben enviarse antes de las 2:45 p. m. Solicitud realizada después de las 2:45 p. m. no se puede aprobar.
2. Se requiere una nota escrita a mano y firmada para cambiar el transporte regular. Se puede enviar con su estudiante al campus para entregarlo. No se aceptará un cambio de transporte por teléfono.
Teacher and Staff Shout Out!
- For Lunch menus click HERE
- To apply for free or reduced meals click HERE. A friendly reminder, breakfast and lunch are NO longer free.
- To Add funds to meal accounts click HERE
Due to limited space, parents/guardians may eat lunch with their child on assigned days starting Tuesday, September 6th! Parents/Guardians can only bring lunch for their child due to allergies and eat with their child at the parent table area on assigned days.
Mondays: PreK & 1st Grade
Tuesdays: 4th Grade
Wednesdays: 3rd Grade
Thursdays: 2nd Grade
Fridays: Kindergarten & 5th Grade
For Our Students - Bus Safety & Expectations
- Save all food and drinks for home or school
- Keep the bus clean
- Be ready to scan your SmartTag when you get on and off the bus
- Be a Problem Solver
- Use only kind and appropriate words
- Keep hands and feet to yourself
- Listen to the bus driver
- Stay in your seat until you reach your destination
- Use inside/quiet voice
- Stay out of the aisle while bus is moving
For Our Parents - Transportation Expectations
- Keep from parking in Bus zones
- Park only in visitor parking
- Be on time to pick up your child from the bus stop
- Communicate with the school if you are running late
- Put your cell phone away
- Early dismissal is before 2:45
- Regular dismissal time starts at 3:25
- No students can be picked up from the office during dismissal process
- Put your cell phone away
- Stop when you see a bus parked with the stop sign out
- Wait patiently for your children to come out of the bus and cross street safely
- When dropping off your children and need to park, walk with them to cross the street safely
- Put your cell phone away