Student New Years Wishes
Judah Durnell- wishes for more presents.
Alex Medrano- wishes for a Happy New Year.
Omar Serrato- wishes for a PS4.
Damion Cornish- would love a GIANT dinosaur.
Serenity Eicher- wishes for a good school year.
Hector Hernandez- wishes a Happy New Year for his family.
Audrey Ayala- wishes to buy something new for her parents.
Emma Walters- wishes for her family to be Happy.
Josiah Gonzales- wishes he can go to school everyday.
Landon Hall- wishes for a king sizes reeses
Diana Cordova- wishes for some boots.
Alexander Galindo- wishes for a Wii U and and Xbox with games.
Sofia Ledesma- wishes for a good Valentines Day.
Katherine Palos- wish for Christmas to be back.
Mrs. Kehr's 2nd Grade Class
Ashton G.F. – I wish to spend more time with my family.
Fernando Reyes- I wish we could skip school.
Rhylea Bloom- I wish for a piano.
Guadalupe Hernandez- I wish for a car to drive to school.
Rubi Galindo- I wish to spend more time with my family.
Anson Witmer- I wish to spend more time with my dad.
Taryn Hill- I wish they would find a cure for cancer.
Trinity Fisher- I wish everyone would be friends.
Frederick Eichorn- I wish everyone would get along with each other.
Saray Davila- I wish for a car.
Adam Starner- I wish for my Papa to feel better from his cold.
Jenny Orozco- I wish to have a happy day at school.
Nathan Ratcliff- I wish for a blizzard so we don’t have to go to school.
Eliza Herber- I wish for an ipad.
Hutson Smart- I wish to be happy every day.
Ashton Hahn- I wish for everyone to be happy.
Team Moberg- 3rd Grade
Gavin Clark- wishes for more money in 2016.
Isaac Hernandez- wants good luck in 2016.
Andra Grevenstuk- wants to save $100 for vacation in 2016.
Kenneth Davis- wants smiles all around in 2016.
Cris Pena- wants to be good so he can earn money to buy an Xbox in 2016.
Elijah Valderrama- wants Team Moberg to get good grades in 2016.
Aiyahanna Morales- wants to do chores more often so she can get more money.
Mrs. Selvesyuk 4th Grade Class- Many of the kids would like to make sure they are improving their reading scores, and learning their math facts.
For home many new year resolutions are to do chores before parents have to ask, and spend less time on electronics and more time playing outside.
I think those are some great goals they have.
Mrs. Zimmerly's 4th Grade Class-
McKenzie Smith- improve in math
Alexis Davila- get better at writing
Keylei Harman - get better at reading
Nadya Streikus-Wilson- not fight with my family
Emma Roberts- go to cheer camp
Eli Schmerber-help my dad
Emiliano Peralta- wishes for sports
Luis Argueta- wishes for sports too.
Drew Damer- would love an Xbox 1
Michael Tsybulsnik- hopes he listens more to his parents
Yaneli Ruiz- would love another cat
Young Ladies from Mrs. Kauffman- would love a husky puppy
Kylie Witmer- wants to fight less with her brother.
Vanessa Murillo, Emily Montiel, Andre Hernandez and Jimena Munoz- would love to pass ISTEP, get good grades and pass 5th Grade while being respectful and responsible.
Sharing our Christmas Luncheon Joy
We had a great turnout for our first Christmas Luncheon. We had 110 parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and siblings in attendance!
Lunch with our 4th and 5th Graders
Our 4th and 5th graders loved having you visit and have lunch with them. All of the other grades were asking for a time to have lunch with parents as well!
Cafeteria Serving Line
The Cafeteria Staff did a great job preparing and serving the Thanksgiving Feast!
Lunch with our 4th and 5th Graders
We want to thank all the parents, grandparents and siblings of the 4th and 5th Graders that were able to join us for our Christmas Lunch. We appreciated the time you took out of your day to promote parent involvement. We would love it if you left some feedback, in our comments section below, on how we can make the lunch better for the other grades.
Also, a big congratulations to VanHooser Family and Amaya Family for being the winners of the delicious Christmas ham.
Our Christmas Luncheon for our 4th and 5th Grade families was a great success with a total of 110 parents, grandparents and siblings being present. For the Kindergarten and 1st Grade Students we are planning to have separate luncheons.
- Please be on the look out for our Kindergarten Luncheon coming up in February.
Cold weather is here!
Please remember to send your child to school with a coat, hat, and gloves to wear outside. Although snow pants and snow boots are not required, they are recommended as students can not play in the snow without them. Students will still go outside for recess as long as the temperature is 20 degrees or higher and the wind chill is 10 degrees or above. Recess usually runs for about 15-20 minutes.
Do not send your child to school of any of the following are present:
- Temperature above 99.6 degrees
- A rash that is oozing
- Red eyes with drainage not associated with allergies
Children with fever, vomiting, or diarrhea should not return to school until 24 hours after the last episode. Children who return to school before that time may be sent home immediately. If your child is being treated with an antibiotic by mouth, eye drops, or ointment, please wait until he/she has been on the medication for at least 24 hours before sending him/her back to school.
Please contact the school, email your child’s teacher or send a note every time that your child is absent. We keep careful track of attendance and will mark your child as unexcused if we do not hear from you.
Please keep the school updated with your contact information throughout the year. Few things are worse than having a sick or injured child and no way to contact a parent or guardian.