January 4, 2018
Roosevelt Weekly Parent Info
Happy New Year!!! Welcome back!
Here are a few reminders for the week:
• THANK YOU to anyone who helped to raise money for Climb to Feed Kids. It was a fun way to end the week before Winter Break. Show your school spirit by wearing Roosevelt gear and cheering on the Roosevelt team. We climb the stairs at 9:00.
• ExCEL: IF your child is signed up to attend ExCEL, which is an after-school program focused on math, this begins January 8. It runs Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays after school until approximately 4:00. You should know whether or not your child will be attending, as you had to register them, but should you have questions, please contact your child's teacher. This is offered to students in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade. We will NOT be offering it to 5th grade students, as we did not have enough students who were able to attend.
NEW THIS YEAR! KidZone sponsored by Bounce Town
When: Sunday, January 7th, 8:30am - 1:30pm
Where: Minnesota State, Mankato Bresnan Arena
Who: All kids
-WeeTown for little ones
-Inflatable Obstacle Course
This is free for children, though donations of any amount are welcome and benefit the BackPack Food Program. All kids must have a guardian sign a waiver for admission. Kids must wear socks.
• The next PTO meeting is January 9, 2018 at 5:30 in the Roosevelt Media Center. Child Watch will be provided. The next late start is also on January 9, 2018. FREE child watch is available during our Late Start mornings. Sign your child(ren) HERE.
• MyOn Blizzard Cup Reading Challenge has begun! Roosevelt has won this the past two years, and it would be great to win again! The challenge started December 26 and will continue until March 6. Any reading on MyOn, inside OR outside of school, counts in the Roosevelt total.
As always, thank you for supporting our work!
Mrs. Haggerty was the winner and enjoyed getting a pie thrown in her face, courtesy of our Student Council President, Ella Olson. And, all for a good cause, the Backpack Food Program!
At the December late start, Roosevelt students made 50 "Santa-tizers" to share with local nursing home residents. A special thank you to Linda Hansen for making this project happen.
Principal for the Morning
Katelyn and Dominic, Roosevelt 2nd graders, were Principals for the Morning on December 22. They did a great job and were helpful to all! Keep reading Raccoons--this could be you next month!
Our next late start is Tuesday, January 9. School begins 2 hours late at 10:05 a.m. Please complete the following registration if your child(ren) plan on attending. Child watch is FREE, and will begin at 7:35 a.m.