Panther Pride Press
Week of November 3rd
Save the Dates:
11/4-11/8 - Parent Teacher Conference Week - Minimum days 12:55 dismissal
11/11 - NO School - Veteran's Day
Choir at Rocklin Cemetery for Veteran's Day
11/25-11/29 - Thanksgiving Break No School
12/19 - Minimum Day 12:55 Dismissal
12/20- 1/3 - Winter Break
Lost and Found
Square Art - Order Forms due MONDAY, November 4th.
All Square 1 Art order forms need to be turned into your child's teacher or the office by Monday afternoon.
Families can continue to order Online or place their orders by phone until Tuesday, November 12th.
SQUARE 1 ART
LAST CHANCE TO ORDER
All paper order forms are due Monday, November 4th.
Families can order online WWW.SQUARE1ART.COM/SHOP
Call 888-332-3294 to place an order.
The money raised from your purchases with SQUARE 1 ART will go right back to the VAPA program at Parker Whitney.
Thank you for all your support!
Yearbook Cover Contest
We are inviting all Parker Whitney Students to enter their drawings in our Yearbook Cover Contest. Two winners will be selected (one from K-2 and one from 3-6 grades) to be displayed on the front and back cover.
Flyer will come home this week and all entries are due November 15th.
Research indicates that attendance is one of the main predictors of student achievement. An average of 13 absences each year will result in missing an entire year's worth of instruction by the time a student graduates high school. Missing school also increases feelings of anxiety and stress.
Please attempt to schedule outside activities after school hours or on non-school days. If you know your student will be out for 5 days or more, please contact the office to create an independent study contract.
Illness - If your child is running a temperature of 99.6 or higher, vomiting or has diarrhea, they may not attend school until they are free of these symptoms for at least 24 hours. This is to prevent the spread of illness to others.
Socktober - Final Count
We blew our goal out of the water. Our families donated 565 pairs of socks to our Socktober event. Thank you so much for your generosity!!
How much time do your children spend on YouTube ?
The Common Sense Census: Media Use by Tweens and Teens, 2019 is a big-picture look at how young people in the U.S. find entertainment and use devices. Beyond screen time, the report explores other critical challenges for families managing media use, from internet access for homework to unregulated, unrated online videos.
The results of this study show that our mission to ensure kids' digital well-being is more important than ever. Together with our partners and supporters, we will continue to research new ways to help kids and families thrive.