Pto/Coffee with the Principal
Wednesday, Feb. 5th, 8:30-9:30am
RSVPs are enabled for this event.
Cold weather is here!
As the weather becomes colder with more snow, please remember to send your child with a jacket, snow pants, boots, hats, and waterproof gloves. We will continue to go outside for recess unless the temperature is below zero.
If you need assistance in supplying winter gear for your kiddos, please let us know! We can help!
Mrs. Sawicki E5 - Donovin Diaz
Mrs. Nichols E5/K - Bailey Hartman
Miss Rowley K - Elijah Mathews
Mrs. Zayti K - Sophia Thornsberry
Mrs. Vangel 1 - Ava Paschke
Miss Vantine 1 - Jacob Shango
Mrs. Farley 1 - Elizabeth Bede
Mrs. Carter 2 - Ella Mosey
Mrs. Fisher 2 - Miranda Farley
Miss Morris 3 - Sydney Trador
Mr. Sporman 3 - Destiny Markham
Mrs. White 4 - Kenadie Ferguson
Miss Mason 4 - Darren Ponka
Mrs. Richardson 4/5 - Avonna Aguinaga
Ms. Rezanka 5 - Jack Bostian
Mrs. Schlund 5 - Hayden Robinson
Save these dates!
- February 5th - PTO/Coffee with the Principal
- February 5th - World Read Aloud Day
- February 6th - Bible Release
- February 12th - Popcorn/Spirit wear day!
- February 13th - 2nd Grade field trip
- February 14th - *See teachers notes for Valentines Day parties
- February 17th - NO SCHOOL
- February 18th - KDG LEAF Deposit
- February 20th - 5th Grade Spelling Bee
- February 26th - Popcorn/Spirit wear day!
- February 27th - Science Olympiad Family Night 4:50 to 7:00pm
STUDENTS ARE JUMPING TO SAVE LIVES!
On February 24th, 26th and 28th during PE classes, our school is holding its annual Kids Heart Challenge to help the American Heart Association. All students will be having fun jumping rope & doing other heart-healthy activities.
While encouraging community service, it is also an educational program. Messages of staying tobacco free, eating right and exercising as a lifestyle choice are reinforced while the students raise dollars critical to the development of life-saving research.
Unfortunately, heart disease and stroke are the No. 1 and No. 3 killers in America today. Do you know someone who has been affected by heart disease, stroke, or other heart related illnesses? Or perhaps someone who has benefited from the research funded by the American Heart Association?
Family and friends are welcome to support your child’s volunteer efforts by making contributions. Your student will be given a collection envelope for that purpose. Checks for all donations should be made payable to the American Heart Association and submitted by February 28th. As a 501© status non-profit organization, donations are tax deductible. We are asking the students to ask for their parents help collecting donations. Please help them think of trusted adults that they can ask to support their school’s Jump Rope for Heart program and the American Heart Association. We do not support children going door to door!
Your child can even raise funds on-line! Step by step instructions about our simple on-line donation program are provided on the envelope.
Those who collect donations can receive thank you gifts shown on the envelope based on the amount of money they raised. Our school also has the chance to earn free physical education equipment to help keep the students active!!
If your employer has a matching gift program, please indicate the matched amounts on the collection envelope and include the completed form provided by your employer or HR Department. The American Heart Association will take care of the rest.
Please support our event and this worthwhile community service project.
Do you want to receive important messages through text?
SCHICKLER BELL SCHEDULE
8:05 Doors open for student breakfast
8:20 Students may go to the classrooms
8:24 Classes begin
3rd-5th Grades, 11:10 – 11:30
K-2nd Grades, 11:45 – 12:05
3rd-5th Grades, 11:30 – 12:00
K-2nd Grades, 12:05 – 12:35
3:20 Bus Rider Dismissal
3:25 Car-rider/Walker Dismissal
3:45 Office closes