Stilwell Monday Message
Student and Family Communication
August - 8/30/21
Today is a BLACK day!
Wow, did those first three days of school go fast! Students have done an outstanding job learning about the Stilwell three Rs (Respectful, Responsible, and Resilient). For more information regarding these scroll down below to our PBIS focus for the week.
We are kindly asking your help to not drop your student off on Vine Street. Please see the pick-up and drop-off process in the image at the bottom of our Monday Message.
Just a reminder that next Monday, September 6th, we do not have school due to Labor Day.
Erica Whittle - Principal
- Allowing yourself and others to do and be their best.
- Being respectful in relationships builds feelings of trust, safety, and well-being.
Understanding how our words and actions impact ourselves and others.
Being responsible means being dependable, keeping promises, and honoring our commitments.
Achieving despite obstacles.
Being resilient is the ability to bounce back from stress, challenges, failure, and trauma.
This week we will be paying special attention to our cell phone expectations. We ask that students have their phones put away in academic settings unless they have permission from a teacher to use their devices.
Please remember that all student-athletes who plan to participate in a sport this year must submit their sports physical and all forms entered through FamilyID. All forms are available upon logging in to our respective FamilyID page.
Please visit valleytigersathletics.com/familyid for more information about this process and to find Stilwell's link.
Stilwell will be having school pictures on September 22nd. More information will be coming soon.
If your student is going to be gone please remember to notify the office the night before or first thing in the morning. Our phones can be rather busy in the morning so please feel free to leave a message with your student's name and ID number. You may also send a note with your child to turn into the office.
Dropping off forgotten items
During middle school, we will be working actively to support students in staying organized and building independence. We understand items may be forgotten at home. If you bring an item for your student during the day please label it with their first and last name. Items will not be delivered to students but students will be called over the intercom during passing to pick items up.
Dropping off forgotten items
Drop Off & Pick-Up Protocol
We understand our parking lot drop-off and pick-up process can be time-consuming. However, we need all families to follow the procedures to ensure our students are safe. Please remember these guidelines:
- Do not use the local business as a place to pick-up your child.
- Do not drop off your student or stop for any reason along Vine Street.
- Do not pull into the bus lanes along Vine Street.
- Do not allow your student to exit the vehicle until you have pulled up to the curb in the parking lot.
- Please drive slowly through the parking lot and on Vine St.