McClure Newsletter

May 2022

Character word of the Month: Reverence

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Hello Mustang Families,

May is here and we are so busy at McClure. We have a lot of things going on this month. We start May with Teacher Appreciation Week May 2-6. We are so lucky to have amazing teachers and staff at McClure. Help us show extra love and appreciation all week during this special time of recognition.

Our 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students will take the State Smarter Balanced Assessment this month. This is a rigorous test that requires a lot of concentration. Please help your student to be able to show us what they know. At home you can make sure that they get a good night's rest before the test, and that they get an awesome breakfast that morning. Please make sure that students are arriving on time. They will not be allowed to enter the testing room if they are late for school.

Thank you for all that you do to support your child and our school!


Jaime Lee

Thank-you Gesa

In honor of National Kindergarten Day, GESA Credit Union donated $1,000 to our school. They also gave each kindergartner a financial literacy book. Thank-you GESA for supporting our school.


Thursday, May 12th @ 6:30pm

Pizza for Parents!

We only have one interested member for next year's board. Without new volunteers and a new President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasure PTA will END!


NO Monster Mash, Best Dressed, Movie Nights, Spirit Wear, Fundraisers, Holiday Grams, Snack Bar, etc.

Student placement 22-23


During the month of May, teachers, and administrators of McClure Elementary School begin the process of creating classrooms for the following school-year. To balance each class, we consider the following criteria:
All classes will have equal numbers of students
All classes will have equal numbers of girls and boys
All classes will have an ethnic balance
All classes will have an equal balance of high, average, and low performing students
Other criteria considered include behavior patterns, special needs, language acquisition levels, and peer relationships.
In order to maintain the integrity and balance of classrooms, McClure will not honor parent requests for individual classroom teachers for the 2022-23 school year. Parents may, however, provide information about their child that may influence the final class placement. If you believe you have compelling information to share about your child, please pick up a form in the office or call 573-1300 and we can email one to you. Please fill out and return by May 10th, 2022.
Thank you!

Kids Heart Challenge

McClure Elementary raised $3,659.42 for the Kids Heart Challenge. The top fundraisers were able to throw a pie in Mrs. Scherschligt's face and/or silly string Mrs. Lee. We are proud of our Mustangs and all they have done to help support the American Heart Association.

Spring Pictures

Just a reminder that Classic Photography will be here on May 11th to take class and individual pictures. Please send exact change. The office is not able to make change. Thank-you.



MONDAY, MAY 9th 6:00-7:30 p.m.

Calendar of Events

May 9th 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m. STEAM Family Night

May 11th-Spring Pictures

May 12th-PTA Meeting at McClure 6:30 p.m.

May 30th No School Memorial Day

May 31st- Spirit Day 80s Day

June 10th- No School Treaty Day

June 15th Kinder Graduation, Family Picnic 5th Grade Graduation

June 16th Field Day

June 17th Noon Dismissal-Last Day of School