Huntingburg Elementary School

October 5th, 2018

HES

Hungry for Knowledge

Establishing and Achieving Goals

Succeeding in Life

Raider PRIDE

We recently began a school wide program that we call Raider PRIDE.

Students are taught what each letter represents

and how be a Raider PRIDE kid!


P -Persistence Keep working hard…DON’T GIVE UP!

R - Resourceful Handle a new situation or problem well! Make it Work!

I - Integrity Be Honest, have strong morals, and tell the truth.

D - Dependability Be trustworthy and reliable

E - Empathy Understand how someone else is feeling...Be Kind and Caring


Together our school, parents and community will make a better future!

Dress-Up Days -for Raider Pride

Click on the link for the dress up days for next week to raise money for Raider Pride.

Rachel's Challenge

Rachel’s Challenge is an organization in the United States that works to

reduce violence. It is a non-religious, non-profit, non-political organization, led by Darrell Scott and his wife Sandy. Rachel Scott was the first student killed in the Columbine High School shooting in 1999. Rachel’s Challenge exists to make schools safer, more connected places where bullying and violence are replaced with kindness and respect; and where learning and teaching are awakened to their fullest.


On Wednesday, October 3rd students had the opportunity to learn more about Rachel's Challenge and how they may have a positive impact on others.

Please see the video below for more information.

The story that changes everything
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Calling all Parent Volunteers!!

Hi Parents, We are always looking for a few volunteers to call on as projects come up throughout the school year. Soon we will be calling volunteers to help with cutting and laminating. If you'd like to be a volunteer and to be someone we call upon as needed, please email Mrs. Susnjara at susnjaraa@swdubois.k12.in.us

Thanks in advance for your help!

Upcoming Musical Programs

Huntingburg Elementary

2nd Grade Present

"The Grammy Awards"

When: Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018

Where: SHS Auditorium

Time: 6:30PM

Huntingburg Elementary

3rd Grade Present

"United We Stand"

When: Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018

Where: SHS Auditorium

Time: 6:30PM

PTO Information

BoxTops- Friendly reminder that all Box Tops should be turned in by turned in by Friday, Oct. 12th. The winning class for each collection gets $75 to use for their class.

Please make sure that the classroom teacher's name is written on the baggie or envelope. If you would like to help in the counting process, please check the expiration date and put them in groups of 50. They will not accept any expired Box Tops.

Recess Equipment -Here is a picture of some students who are excited about all of our new playground equipment that was purchased with the proceeds from the drawstring bag fundraiser. Awesome!!!
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Upgrade

Healthy tailgate was a success! Thanks to all the families and students that stopped by the event.
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Nurses Office Notes:

Thank you so much for all the clothes that have been brought in, they are greatly appreciated. We are still in need of Boys Underwear sizes Small and Medium.


With the season changing please remember to dress you child(ren) accordingly an extra change of clothes for them to keep in their backpack would be helpful for those days that change unexpectedly.


Lastly, Please remember to complete a medicine form for your child(ren) if you wish for them to take any over the counter medication while at school. It is up to you to provide these medications. This will just save a call to you or your work on those days when needed.


If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact the nurses office at extension x 1005.

Kindergarten Happenings

Flexible seating at work in Ms. Kaetzel's Kindergarten class.
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Third Grade News

Mrs. Kappner's third grade students are working with partners to solve story problems on a variety of division task cards. They also created a display of "Haunted Fact Family" houses.
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Fifth Grade News

Mrs. Brown's 5th graders are working on multi-digit multiplication.
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Library Media Center News

Book Fair and Storybook Walk

Thanks to the many students and families that attended the book fair. We had a great turnout and feel good about so many students going home excited about the book. A special THANKS to those that donated books to the classrooms. We had almost 40 books donated to classrooms!! We are so thankful for your generosity!! Also, the Storybook Walk was a hit with 84 people giving it a try. Thanks to the public library for providing this activity for us.
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