THE MIGHTY OAK
May 20, 2016
An enormous thank you to Alison Woodall for being the PTA Chairperson for Field Day!! THANK YOU ALISON!!
ELEMENTARY PROMOTION - SUMMER SCHOOL CRITERIA
HELP EARN CASH FOR YOUR SCHOOL! BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION & CAMPBELL’S SOUP LABELS
Spring Contest Results!
I would like to say a huge THANK YOU to all of the families that participated. Because of your participation, we collected 14,585 Box Tops and Campbell’s Soup Labels this school year!
Our April winner for our random monthly drawing is Alban Rago in Ms. Travis’ Kindergarten class! Congratulations!
The winners are:
Grand Prize Winner – Aaron Wright in Ms. Lee’s Kindergarten class
5th Grade – Seth Alsobrook in Ms. Ng’s class
4th Grade – Will Hermel in Ms. Cramer’s class
3rd Grade – Malik Ruffin in Ms. Mitchom’s class
2nd Grade – Abraham Allred in Ms. Blakely’s class
1st Grade – Jensen Billotte in Ms. McCallum’s class
Kindergarten – Chloe Crowley in Ms. Carroll’s class
Winning Teacher – Ms. Lee
Congratulations to all of our winners!
Please have a fun and safe summer and remember to save your Box Tops for next year!
If you have any questions, please contact Sharon Kosmala, 404-661-8907 or email at email@example.com.
Six Flags ticket were sent home on Friday, May 20th.
Summer is almost here. Summer reading lists for kindergarten through fourth grade will be sent home by Friday, May 13th. As always the list will focus on reading from a list of suggested authors and genres and not specific titles. Students who complete the summer reading list will be invited to a summer reading program at the beginning of next school year. The list will also be on the school website and the Media Center page. If you have any questions after the lists are distributed, contact Sharon Amolo at firstname.lastname@example.org before the school year ends.
This week the Gwinnett County Public Library visited Gwin Oaks and all students signed up for the Summer Reading Program. Since students are already signed up they only need to pick up their Summer Reading Packet when they visit the public library. The packet contains a bookmark and a schedule of summer events.
To complete the Gwinnett County Summer Reading Program, students will set their own reading goal for the summer. Maybe it’s to read ten books or 100 pages or maybe even 100 hours! Whatever their goal is, when they finish and visit the library they’ll get a free book. Everyone gets a free book no matter what their goal was, but because they read and met their goal they also get a chance to win other prizes. They could win an iPad Mini with an Osmo Gaming System, a free trip to summer camp, free entrance to any i9 Sports League, a free year long pass to the High Museum, or a health & fitness gift basket. In addition to the wonderful prizes there will also be programs and activities for kids and teens. You can find a list of these through the Gwinnett County Public Library website www.gwinnettpl.org or when you pick up the summer reading packet at the library.
Gwin Oaks Elementary
400 Gwin Oaks Drive
Lawrenceville, GA 30044
The mission of the faculty and staff of Gwin Oaks Elementary is to facilitate a safe and supportive environment where excellence in learning for all children results in responsible
and productive citizens and lifelong learners.