Klatts Ghoolish Weekly Update
Be in the KNOW little Banshees 👻
🙏. Many Thanks 🙏
To our Parents
Awarded the Attendance Award by the Superintendent
Klatt was just awarded for
'most highly attended, Title 1 School, with 90% attendance for the month of September.
That's a huge deal!!!!
Education has been deemed the great equalizer.
Access to education being the predominant factor in overcoming differences in economic privileges later in life. Students who are chronically absent, meaning missing 15 or more within the school year will prevent children from reaching learning milestones, putting them at risk of falling behind their peers, thus leaving them unable to compete academically with peers later in their academic careers.
Irregular attendance has also been found to be a predictor of student drop out rate and test scores.
Our children's success is determined by our dedication to get our children to school and Klatt is making that happen.
School is where they belong!!!
To Starbucks, one of our School Business Partners
School Business Partnerships help school events go round
Its is our relationship with local businesses in the area, that allows our functions to have that extra layer or 'pizzaz'. Starbucks, one of our School Business Partnerships, was more than generous. They have donated fun colorful cups and delicious coffee to be raffled at our event. Thank you Starbucks!!!
😈 Devious & Devilish Holiday Suggestions 👹
Trick or Treat Tips
** Adults should attend all children under the age of 12 **
Talk to your kids about:
* ONLY crossing the street at crosswalks
* Use the sidewalks
* Don't dart across the road
* Paying extra attention to cars backing up out of driveways & alleyways
Remind them to:
* Stay in familiar neighborhoods
* Do not go into people's homes, even if asked nicely
Make sure your children are:
* wearing costumes that fit, so they don't trip and injure themselves
* They have glow sticks
* They have reflective tape on part of their costume or on their Trick-or-Treat bags
* Given a phone to communicate with parents, should they get lost or need help
* They are dressed for Alaska weather!!!!
*** HAVE A GREAT NIGHT ****
🥇 Door Contest 🏆
The WINNERS of the Klatt Door Contest were:
Mrs. Stotts in the primary wing
Ms. Roehl's Class in the secondary wing
Mrs. Gaines in the Special Education Department
🧙♂️ October To Do's 🧙
📆 Parent Conferences 📆
📕 Klatt Book Fair📕
Tuesday the 23rd and Wednesday the 24th your children will have the opportunity to attend Klatt's annual book fair, during their scheduled library times. This will be an opportunity for them to start developing a wishlist of books.
On Wednesday, October the 25th and Thursday, October 26th books will be available for purchase from 12:30 to 5 pm.
🛑 NO SCHOOL- NO KIDS 🛑
Friday, October 27th
We had some students arrive to school last Friday. Please make sure that you have made arrangements for your children, as there will be no school this Friday, a scheduled inservice day for teachers.
🎀. DON'T FORGET Red Ribbon Week. 🎀
🎃 Halloween Day @ School 🎃
Costume Rules 🧟♂️
While we want our students to have fun, please remember......
1. Weapons of any kind are not permitted.
2. Eye and face masks ARE NOT acceptable (vision can not be impaired for safety reasons).
3. Please make sure that your child's costume does not have anything hanging below the ankle or past the wrists. (Tripping and/or getting materials caught is a major concern).
4. Props (if any) must be manageable, particularly if students ride a bus.
****Remember that students scheduled for Physical Education on the 31st will still have class. Costumes for those students, therefore, should be selected with safety and maneuverability in mind.****
🌈 Student of the Week 🤩
🚦THE LOST- that needs to be found🚦
😬 Last weeks LOST & FOUND 😳
Leaving us next week......
These pieces will be cleaned and sent to the women's shelter next week. Please make sure to collect them if they look familiar.