Alcova Elementary School
October 15, 2021
It was wonderful to see students return to learning after Fall break. We look forward to meeting with you for parent/teacher conferences next week. Please sign up for a conference if you have not already had the opportunity. Our next digital learning day for all students is next Wednesday, October 20th, and early release is Wednesday October 20th and Thursday, October 21st. Students will be released at 12:15pm on October 21st, so please plan transportation arrangements and send a note to the office requesting any changes. Have a wonderful weekend.
Book Fair Opens October 15th
Parent Teacher Conferences
You will be able to sign up for conferences beginning on October 6th.
Online Parent Teacher Conference Sign Up Link
Alcova Elementary School is pleased to be able to offer parents the opportunity to schedule teacher conferences online. This will allow parents to select times that are convenient, as well as coordinate multiple conference times. Please refer to the following directions to schedule your time to meet and discuss your child's progress.
2. Please select your child's class/teacher. You will be asked to enter your email address, and then you will be sent an email with a link that will allow you to register for your conference time. Click the link and choose your time.
Please note: You must have a valid email address to use this system. If you do not have access to email, please contact your child's teacher to set up your conference.
You will get email reminders before the conference.
PLEASE register as soon as possible. Signups will close Friday, October 15.
DACULA HIGH SCHOOL PEER MENTOR PROGRAM
The Alcova Garden
With the continued warm temperatures and plentiful rain, our STEM garden continues to produce a harvest of vegetables.
Students participated in harvesting this week.
Ms. Reid's class harvested 12 bell peppers, 23 tomatoes, 100 okra, and 396 green beans.
Alcova chicks rode in to the STEM lab earlier this year for nurturing and teaching enrichment purposes.
Students have had the opportunity to witness the drastic change in the chicks in a very short time.
Students will continue to participate in caring for the chickens with the hopes of collecting eggs this year as well.