The Gator Gazette
Talking to Mrs. Stevenson by Madi Kammer
Hi Gators! Its Madi and these are the important dates for March.
1) Friday the 25th is the last day of school before spring break!
2) Istep is February 29th – March 11th Make up days are throughout the week.
3) Girls on the Run started in February and we have made it this far. Very big thank you to Mrs. Watkins, and Miss Reynolds for putting this program on in this school for third, fourth, and fifth grade girls.
4) What are you doing over spring break? I am going to Anna Maria. The big bright place in Florida.
5) Easter is coming up.
6) Fast Flash is coming up in May - are you running 5K or 1K. I am running 5K because I am in Girls on the Run.
7) St. Patrick’s day is coming up and wear your green.
IMPORTANT DATES FOR SOUTH CREEK FAMILIES
Tuesday, March 1st - PTO Meeting, 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, March 1st - Friday, 18th - ISTEP Testing Part 1
Friday, March 4th - Gator Gear Day
Thursday, March 10th - Spring Pictures
Wednesday, March 16th - PTO Spirit Night @ Chicago's Pizza
Friday, March 18th - PTO Spring Fling, 6:00 p.m.
Friday, March 18th - Student Council Meeting @ 8:10 a.m.
Wednesday, March 23rd - Jump Rope for Heart
Monday, March 28th - Friday, April 8th - Spring Intercession
Kindergarten Registration Information for Next Year...
Registration will be held at The Carver Community Education and Technology Center
6141 South Franklin Road
Indianapolis, IN 46259
Hours for this 3 day registration only
Tuesday, March 15, 2016 --> 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday March 16, 2016 --> 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Thursday, March 17, 2016 --> 1:00 - 7:00 p.m.
NO OTHER REGISTRATION TIMES WILL BE OFFERED DURING MARCH 15, 16 AND 17.
Please bring the following documents to registration:
- Your child’s original birth certificate In order to enroll in Kindergarten in Indiana, a child must be 5 years old on or before August 1, 2016
- A copy of your child’s immunization records
- Students who are 5 by August 1st are expected to have a completed shot record, not appointments to complete their shots. 2 Doses of Hepatitis A are required for all Kindergarten students
- Proof of Residency (Examples: Current Utility bill or cable bill with resident’s name and address AND current Lease Agreement or mortgage paperwork)
YOU MUST BE A FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP RESIDENT TO ENROLL YOUR CHILD IN FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP SCHOOLS
Please be prepared to wait.
Registration is a first come, first assisted service. It’s helpful to bring all forms completed, with requested information and necessary paperwork.
Jump Rope for Heart is Coming to Gym!
A Message From FT Food Services
*If you are interested in working for Star Express, please visit www.ftcsc.k12.in.us to apply *
Please contact the Star Express Registered Dietitians with any comments and/or questions. 862-2411 We’d love to hear from you!
Betsey Willard, RD – Child Nutrition Supervisor
Alison Powers, RD – Assistant Child Nutrition Supervisor
National School Breakfast Week with Star Express
National School Breakfast Week is March 7-11. We would like to remind all of our students the importance of eating breakfast every day!
Did you know? That school breakfasts offer fruit every day!
Did you know? That school breakfast are nutritional with low sodium and fat!
Did you know? Schools breakfasts provide time savers for parents!
Did you know? School breakfast is only $1.25!!!
For more information visit: https://schoolnutrition.org/NSBW2016/
From the clinic…
Parents of current 5th grade students:
Immunizations of meningitis and Tdap are needed for the start of 6th grade. Please call the doctor now to schedule an appointment prior to the start of school so that your student will have the shots that Indiana requires for middle school. When you have an appointment date and time, please let the elementary school nurse know so that it can be recorded. Requirements are grade level-based, and not dependent on age of students entering 6th grade. Call now for the best availability of appointments.
Guess the Teacher by Faith Wheatley
Hey Gators! Faith here and I guess that you are wondering who was last month’s teacher. Well if you were guessing Mr. Marshall you were correct. Here is this month’s teacher.
Favorite color: yellow
Favorite fast food place: Qdoba
Favorite book: Thank you Mr.Faulkner
Favorite food: pasta
Favorite vacation spot: Hawaii
Favorite sport: soccer
That’s all Gators!!!!
A Thank You From Student Council
Chomputation Practice Online!!
Parents: Looking For Employment? Don’t want to work Full Time?
Become a Substitute Teacher In
Franklin Township Community School Corporation
And enjoy flexibility at work.
- At least 21 years of age.
- Completed a minimum of 30 college credit hours. HR will waive the 30 college credits for a parent. A Parent Sub will only be allowed to work at the school their child(ren) attend.
- Background check from Safehiring. Link provided on home page
- Hold a valid non-expired Indiana teaching license or Indiana substitute teaching permit. To apply for a substitute teaching permit, go to http://www.doe.in.gov/student-services/licensing
- You are expected to be at the assigned school on time and dress professionally/appropriately for your assignment. Read through the teacher's prepared lesson plan and do your best to follow the instructions left by the teacher.
Please apply online at www.ftcsc.k12.in.us.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Guess the Book by Cami Bland
Welcome to my part of the Gator Gazette. And today I’m doing another Guess the Book.
This month’s story is a series of books, each one with its own twist. In one story two kids get cursed and turned into chickens. This specific book is called Chicken, Chicken. Another book from this series is called The Abominable Snowman of Pasadena. Did you guess it?
This month’s story is……………………………………… The series called……………………………………………………. GOOSEBUMPS!
What to do in the spring! by Emerson Ashman
Hey gators if you like spring then you can answer some of these questions
What is your favorite thing to do in the spring?
- Alex D=Playing outside & play games
- Hope W= playing with my dog and swimming
What is your favorite activity?
- Swimming and running
- Swimming and soccer
What is your favorite food to have in the spring?
- Ice cream
- Ice cream
Guess the Gator G.R.E.A.T.S. Trait by Madi Kammer
So, Gators I came up with a game where I write a story and you write me your answer. So here is the story and guess the Gator G.R.E.A.T.S trait.
So, once upon a time two girls wanted to start their business to help people who can’t pay for their houses. They had all of their business planned out, but there was one problem -they didn’t know how to bake. That was a big part of their charity. But that didn’t stop them from baking. So they gathered up all of their friends and parents and made 3,795 cookies and cupcakes. So after selling them they made more than $3,000 and they saved all of those people. They also used of their ------------- to save those people.
When you read the story, write the answer on a piece of paper, put it in Gator Gazette mailbox, and the winner gets a prize. If more than one person gets it right there will be a hat drawing. Remember the Gator Greats traits: Generosity, Respect, Effort, Attitude (positive one), Trustworthiness, and Self Control.
Spring Fling by Jaden Ashman
Hey Gators, are you looking for something to do on a Friday Night? Then you can come to the South Creek Spring Fling!
When: March 18
Time: 6-8 pm
What to do: (This was from last years, so it may be different this year - Come and find out!)
Duct tape a teacher to a wall
I hope to see you there gators!
ISTEP Comic by Christian Castillo
Guess the Movie by Rachel Snow
Two best friends find themselves in a lot of trouble.
One rides a horse named Bullseye and the other thinks he can fly.
Their owner Andy grows up and they get donated to Sunnyside Daycare.
They find themselves under the rule of a red bear named Lotso.
The movie is……………..TOY STORY 3
Superbowl 50 by Cooper Mills
Super Bowl 50 was played at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara California. It was the Broncos vs. the Panthers. The Broncos beat the Panthers big 24-10. It was more than likely Peyton Manning’s last game. Von Miller was the game MVP because he forced 2 fumbles, one fumble for a touchdown. He also had 3 sacks which contributed to their win. Before the game started they brought out each MVP of the previous Super Bowls. A lot of Football analysts said that the Panthers would win, but the underdog Broncos won.
Gators of the Month
Congratulations to these Gators of the Month for February. Way to show your Gator G.R.E.A.T.S. Traits!
Miss Butz: Graham Gast
Mr. Froning: Aurora Kennedy
Mrs. McNamee: Owen Linn
Mrs. Miller: Olivia Daugherty
Mrs. Monday: Kinley Huotari
Mrs. Emerine Beau Vannice
Mrs. Mitchell: Navneet Sidhu
Miss Swanson: Emma Hollings
Mrs. Sweetman: Shaefer Scearce
Mrs. Webb: Emma Wilson
Mrs. Bryant: Erin Barnes
Mrs. Burns: Bruce Stone
Mrs. Fortner: Luke Bartusek
Miss Moody: Owen Atkins
Mrs. Nurnberger: Ava Cowgill
Mrs. Golden: Thling Zete
Miss Reynolds: Jadyn Tinsley
Miss Trieb: Abigail Mikus
Miss VanDeLaarschot: Aaliyah Yoder
Mrs. Huber: Sydni Shinkle
Mrs. McIntire: Coleman Boyd
Mrs. Sirilla: Katy Walker
Mrs. Watkins Jacob Robey
Mrs. Carder Lily Keller
Mrs. Hayes: Alek Rodriguez
Miss Moore: Larry Long
Mr. Roets: Sarah Burke
Mrs. Mappes/Music: Peyton Ray
Thurston/Green/Library: Bailee Scheurer
Mrs. Cade Katie Vinelli
South Creek Elementary School
Nancy Rowland, School Treasurer
Marilyn Kellum, Receptionist
Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri - 8:50-3:50
Wednesday (Early Release Day) 8:50 - 3:20