Weekly Update

(Klager & MECC) -- April 29, 2019

This Week...

Monday, April 29

  • Spring NWEA Testing Window Opens
  • 2nd Grade Assembly -- 11:45 am Synergy Center (SRSLY)

Wednesday, May 1

  • Wear Your LIM / MECC Gear
  • 2nd Grade Field Trip -- Wild Swan
  • ACES, 11:45 am @ HS Athletic Field (all welcome to join, if possible)

Thursday, May 2

  • Kindergarten Field Trip -- Wild Swan
  • Karen Seghers Reads to Classrooms

Friday, May 3

  • Jennifer Personal Day

Next Week...


Monday, May 6

  • MECC Staff Meeting, 6 pm

Tuesday, May 7

  • PTO Staff Appreciation Luncheon
  • Klager Time Sheets Due
  • Celebrity Server

Wednesday, May 8

  • Wear Your LIM / MECC Gear
  • K-2 Data Day? (More info to come)
  • Back by Popular Demand: Drink and Snack Service During the 1:00 hour
  • National Bike to School Day

Thursday, May 9

  • Last Fire Drill of the Year -- Be Prepared for Blocked Exits (Where do you go if you cannot take your usual route?)
  • BOE Staff Appreciation Luncheon
  • Klager Faculty Meeting, 3:15 pm

From the Office

A.C.E.S. (All Children Exercise Simultaneously) will take place on Wednesday, May 1st. All students will meet at the football field. The event will begin at 11:45. (MECC is welcome, if you can manage around lunches...)

K-1 Teachers: Students must have headphones or earbuds to take the NWEA. Please let parents know if children are missing these items. If needed, the office can provide a few.

We had over 380 visitors attend Math and Science Night last Friday evening! What excitement.

MECC - our last meeting of the year will be on May 6. Laura and April are in charge of dinner. Right now, we are looking at an hour or so for the meeting--although that is always subject to change.


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MECC Snack / Meal Requirements

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Luther C. Klager Elementary School

District Vision:

Manchester Community Schools is committed to developing strong, well-rounded students driven to engage in a successful and rewarding future.

District Belief Statement: Manchester is the PLACE to be

  • Personalization- with expectations to engage all students in lifelong learning
  • Leadership- all students can be positive leaders and productive members of our school and community.
  • Active Learning- all students, faculty, staff, parents, and community members are valued members of school community.
  • Community-School Partnership- all students, faculty, staff, parents, and community members are valued members of our school community.
  • Environment- each child brings unique characteristics to create a safe and diverse learning environment.

District Mission:

A caring community developing future-ready citizens.

School Mission:

Super Readers * Super Leaders