Mrs. Owen's Weekly Newsletter

May 15

Update on End of the School Year Processes

RepMO at Home Learning Activities

The final day of instruction for elementary students will be Tuesday, May 19th. RepMO at Home Learning Activities will be provided both online and in packet form through this date. The RepMO at Home schedule for the remaining few weeks of school is below:

End of Year Grades

As previously indicated, elementary work distributed during the closure is optional and will not be assessed. Therefore, a 4th quarter grade card will not be distributed for grades kindergarten through 5th grade.


Yearbooks are currently being printed and have not been delivered to our schools at this time. As soon as they are delivered we will let families know. Families will be able to make an appointment to pick up yearbooks or they can wait until Open House at the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year.

Preschool Registration

Republic Early Childhood Center will register preschool students for the 2020-21 school year on Monday, May 4 starting at 7:00 a.m. We will be registering students on a first come, first serve basis using an online form. Details about class offerings, securing your spot, payment details and a link to the registration form can be found at We look forward to offering online registration to our preschool families!

Meal Distribution Time Change Notice

TIME CHANGE NOTICE! Republic School District will continue providing free, daily grab-and-go lunch and breakfast (for the next day) pick-up at RMS and other designated locations across the community for Republic children.

**However, we will be changing our distribution time at RMS to Monday-Friday, 11:30-12:30 p.m. STARTING MONDAY, APRIL 27.**

We will continue to provide meals at our remote locations (listed below) Monday-Friday 11:00-11:30 a.m.

*Alpine Village

*S. Lewis Street in Battlefield near the Prairie Oak Village Apartments

*Old Stone Apartments

*Hines Street Pharmacy

*Calvary Baptist Church

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Optional Activities from Mrs. Owen and Ms. Hove

We will be adding to this document as time moves forward.

Check out the new link from Mrs. Burton underneath Reading!

Important Dates

May 21 - Last Day of School


Drop off is 8:10-8:30 everyday. Students eating breakfast will go straight to the cafeteria to ensure they are back in their classroom by 8:30. Students who are not eating breakfast at school will come straight to our classroom.

School dismisses daily at 3:30 with the exception of Fridays. Fridays we dismiss at 2:30. If your child will be going home a way other than their normal routine please send a note or call the office first thing. This ensures that I can get your child home safely! While I do try to check my voicemail and email throughout the day this isn't the best way to reach me for transportation changes. If you email or call too late in the day I may not see it until it's too late. The safest bet is for a note to be sent in the morning or for you to call our office (732-3610).

Birthday Treats

Please let me know ahead of time if you are sending in treats. This will help alleviate multiple treats on one day (and hopefully tummy aches). Thanks in advance!
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Learning Objectives

Here at Schofield we are all about student learning! Our goal is to see at least 80% of students proficient in all areas. Below are the learning objectives we will be looking at and working with this week.

Reading: I can draw conclusions and make inferences about a text.

Writing: I can write an informational piece using research that I collected.

Math: I can determine reasonable estimates for capacity and mass.

Content: I can identify and explain the importance of Missouri's Symbols. .

WIN Time: We are working on properties and equations during WIN Time.

PDSA (Classroom Goal Setting)

We will be setting goals frequently throughout the year as a class. I will post these for you to see our growth as we go.

Math: 82% of students will be able to identify equivalent fractions. We met this goal!

Reading: 80% of students will be get an 80% or higher on their weekly close reading quiz.

- We are starting our next 5 weeks of this cycle. Students are keeping track of this in their Leadership Notebooks. Check in each week for their results.


Schofield's proportional attendance rate is 94.17%. Remember our building level goal is to have a proportional attendance rate of more than 95%.


Our schedule will be as follows:

8:10 - Drop Off

8:30 - Class Begins

8:30-8:40 - Morning Meeting

8:40-9:10 - WIN Time

9:10-10:00 - Writer's Workshop

10:00-10:30 - Reader's Workshop begins

10:30-11:30 - Specials (M - Music, T - PE, W - Library, Th - Computers, F - Art)

11:30-11:55 - Lunch*

11:55-1:00 - Reader's Workshop continues

1:00-1:30 - Content

1:30-2:00 - Recess

2:00-3:10 - Math

3:10-3:20 - Language

3:20-3:25 - Pack Up

3:30 - Dismissal**

*If you send lunch money with your child, please send it in a clearly marked envelope with your child's name, my name, the amount, and the date.

** Friday's schedule varies with our weekly early release. Please note that we get out an hour earlier every Friday.

PTO - Box Tops

Schofield Elementary PTO collects box tops. If you send the box tops to school, the PTO will do the rest. Each box top is worth $0.10. They add up quickly and all money collected goes directly to Schofield. Be on the lookout because they appear on all kinds of products. Thank you in advance for your help.


We currently have 352 Tiger Paws.

Parent Involvement

Schofield has many opportunities for families to volunteer and be involved during the school day. If you are interested in the below parent involvement opportunities, please contact Ms. Markie Bravestone, Schofield’s Assistant Principal, at

  • Watch D.O.G.S. Dads

    • Dads spend the day mentoring students and helping around the school.

  • Super M.O.M.S.

    • Greet students at the beginning of the day

    • Help with breakfast of lunch

    • Help in the art room or library

    • Read to your lifelong learner’s class

In addition to the above opportunities during the school day, parents can attend PTO Meetings, assemblies, special building events and serve on the Parent Lighthouse Team. Communication about these events are on Schofield’s Facebook page and in monthly building newsletters.

Standards Based Grading

Standards Based Grading is utilized in Republic to monitor each child's learning and understanding of the Missouri Learning Standards. Follow the link below to learn more.

Check out Tiger Talk!