Craddock's Weekly Update
For the Week of April 11, 2022
Craddock supports you Keira! 💜
Mark Your Calendar
- Tuesday, 4/12 - Elementary PTO Meeting at 7:00 at Heinens Cafe
- Friday, 4/15 - Monday, 4/18 - NO SCHOOL (Easter Break)
- Monday, 5/09 - 2nd to 3rd Leighton Parent Orientation (more information to come)
- Monday, 5/16 - K to 1st Craddock Parent Orientation at 6:30 (more information to come)
- Friday, 5/20 - Field Day
- Monday, 5/23 - Board of Education Meeting at 7:00 at AHS
- Friday, 5/27 - Lunch on the Lawn for all 2nd graders! (more information to come)
- Friday, 5/27 - Last Day of School for Students
UPDATE - We have received permission to run Lunch on the Lawn similarly to how it used to be prior to COVID! This is great news and will allow us to invite all 2nd grade families in on Friday, May 27th instead of breaking it up over multiple days. The teachers and I are planning diligently now and will have more details to share with you asap. Please keep a close eye on the newsletter!
A Note from our School Counselor, Mrs. Ambrosia!
I hope your student had fun enjoying the Empathy SEL Room in the newsletter last week! By definition, empathy is the power to understand perspectives other than your own; the ability to recognize and share the emotions of another person. Essentially it is, “walking a mile in someone else’s shoes.” Experts say empathy is an essential life skill that all youth should be taught to master, and that those youth who are more empathetic tend to perform better in school and have healthier relationships. Check out How to Build Empathy and Strengthen Your School Community — Making Caring Common for a few common points on why we teach empathy at school. As a parent, I found this article, Key Strategies to Teach Children Empathy (Sorted by Age), useful, too!
In the spirit of thinking of others and recognizing their needs, we’d like to thank The Preserve of Beljon Farms residents for taking the time to gather and arrange Easter baskets for Aurora families. From time to time, we have needs that arise that require support from our “village” here in Aurora, and we can’t thank them enough for their time, kindness and generosity. Special thanks to TW Bargains Outlet at Aurora Farms Premium Outlets® - A Shopping Center in Aurora, OH - A Simon Property for supplying what seemed like an endless amount of goodies for the baskets.
Mrs. Lindsey Ambrosia
330.562.3175, ext. 1260
Mr. Roberto's Latest ACSD Update
Key points in the video include:
-Sharing of dates for state testing that starts this week.
-Emphasizes that our goal is to focus on learning, not testing.
-A reminder of this weekend’s AHS Musical Transcript Link
Thanks for taking the time to review this message. Take Care and GO GREENMEN! Mike
A Note from Our Nurse, Mrs. Courtad
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If you just wish to report an absence for your child, please call our attendance line 24/7 at 330-562-3175.
Take care and stay well!
Car Rider information - IMPORTANT!
Students can be dropped off at 8:40 a.m. at the earliest! Please do not allow them to exit your car until that time, as there is no staff to monitor them. Pick up will begin promptly at 3:10 each day. If everyone knows the system and cooperates, we will have all students in cars in 15-20 minutes.
Here are some things I need all car rider families to do, which will help immensely.
- Please do not use Willard to line up for drop off or pick up. We are working with the police to get it blocked off, but in the meantime, please avoid it. Enter Hurd Road off of New Hudson and begin lining up there. Please see the map below for guidance.
- Parents are not permitted to get out of their car when dropping off or picking up their child(ren). It is one of the main reasons the flow of traffic slows down. If you need to do that, you must pull into a marked parking spot. Again, we ask you don't do it at all. We have plenty of staff available to help your child in or out safely.
- All students must exit their car on the passenger side of the vehicle. We understand this can be tricky with child locks and car seats, but it is in the best interest of all our car riders to have it be this way. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
- Please pull all the way up when possible while dropping off or picking up.
- We are not permitting people to turn left into the school from Hurd Road. You will be asked to continue down Hurd, turn around and join the end of the line.
- We ask that you please respect the guidelines we have set up and follow them consistently. Everyone involved in the car rider process, staff and parents, thank you!
Important PTO Information
Princess and Pins Upcoming Event
If she have not already, your daughter will be bringing home a form for our upcoming bowling event for your daughters and their one special grownup.
This event will take place 4/29 at Roseland Bowling Alley. This is not replacing Princess Prom, but just an event we thought would be fun!
SAVE the DATE - Family Night at Ravenna's Midway Drive-In on May 21st!
Click the button to find out how! You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
If you'd like to join PTO, please click the link and fill out the form.
Join the PTO Board for 22-23
It's a wonderful way to volunteer in your child's school! Please consider joining the PTO board and helping to plan fun and meaningful events for our elementary schools!!! If you have any questions, or would like to talk to a current board member, see the emails below:
Miller Vice President: Erin Toler email@example.com
Leighton Vice President: Natasha Rodriguez-Olah firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer: Ashley Keating email@example.com
Secretary: Bridget Sable firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here and fill out the form if you'd like to receive communication from your child's head room parent.