Manatee Elementary Newsletter 12/14
December 14, 2018
December 17 -
December 18 - PTO Meeting at 2:45 pm
December 19 - Early Release at 1:15 pm, Chorus Caroling at the Avenue 6:00 pm - 5th & 6th Grade Manatee and Quest
December 20 - Early Release at 1:15 pm
December 21 - End of 1st Semester; Early Release at 1:15 pm
December 24 (Monday) - January 9 (Wednesday) - Winter Break
January 09 - Don't forget to use your pre-purchased Funtown ticket and meet us there 10:30-3:30 pm
January 10 - Students return - welcome back!
January 11 - Early Release at 1:15 pm
January 14 -
January 15 - Viera Pizza Spirit Night (2nd Grade)
January 16 -
January 17 -
January 18 - Walk-a-thon Kickoff, Report Card issued, Early Release at 1:15 pm
Gift Card Reuse Program
Did you know that used gift cards and old store rewards cards cannot be recycled in your curbside recycle bin? They have to go in the trash, which means these non-biodegradable cards add 75 million pounds of waste to our landfills. What can you do about this environmental issue? Drop your used gift cards or old store cards in the labeled container at the Collection Corner inside the front entrance of the school. The Green Committee and Recycle Brevard will be reusing the cards for crafts such as guitar picks and chalkboard gift tags. Types of cards accepted include gift cards, rewards cards, and hotel key cards.
Writing Wall of Fame
The following students were honored on Manny TV for their great writing.
Kindergarten: Navi Cullison, Jameson Lea, Lucia Hall, Janaiya Stephenson, Matthew Hardin, Michaela Horan, Reagan Klein, Tommaso Cassaniti, Elliot Bonilla, Josiah Morris, Gavin Brower
First Grade: Marcelo Ibraham, Cannon Cole, Jacob Brown, Katie LeJeune, Ryan Tolley, Makyah Franklin, Matthew Pokorny, Luke England, Thomas Saunders
Second Grade: Kai Smith, Jaiden Charles, Hunter Price, Anthony Marchica, Killian Lea, Emily Conner, Zoe Landreth, Tiffany Young, Robert Penny, Emma O'Neill, Leo Smith
Third Grade: Drex Dobson, Luke Shipman, Wyatt Dangler, Riley Ravenscroft, Zephyr Walker, Brody Killick, Zane Thomas, Allie Sanders
INPUT NEEDED: Safe Routes to School Parent Survey
The Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization needs your help to make students’ routes to school safer. Safe Routes to School programs aim to make it safer for students to walk and bike to school and encourage more walking and biking where safety is not a barrier. Not only does walking and biking to school limit traffic congestion, but studies also show that the exercise experienced by walking or bicycling to school helps students perform better on their school work.
We would like to hear your thoughts on walking and bicycling to school.
Please take 5-10 minutes to complete the Safe Routes to School Survey to help us improve your child’s route to school. Your input is so extremely valuable!
Safe Routes To School Survey Link: http://www.saferoutesdata.org/surveyformparent.cfm?key=2042859