The Riebli Record
John B. Riebli Elementary Newsletter--November 8, 2018
That is our plan moving forward. We will be watching the air quality and treating the day like a "rainy day" with indoor recesses until it is safe for students to be out.
We always have student safety as our number 1 priority.
WE NEED HELP WITH IRRIGATION! PLEASE CONTACT JOEL IF YOU CAN HELP!
"And on every street corner, you'll hear..."
- Children in classes that come to the Library on Tuesday need to remember to have their books ready to return if they’ve finished reading them. The three-day weekend can throw off our schedule, and it’s always sad to have a lot of children not be able to check out books after a long weekend.
- Please make sure your child has a safe & dry place to keep their book at home. I strongly recommend that children keep their book in their backpacks when they’re not reading it. This way they’ll know exactly where it’s located, whether they’re at home or at school, ensuring that it’s not left behind. Please make sure water and juice bottles in the backpack don’t have any leaks, as books are being accidentally damaged in this way.
- When a school library book is overdue, I will give your child a paper that tells you the name of the book that is overdue to assist you in finding it. If the book is lost, the paper will also have the dollar amount needed to replace the book. I ask for cash, as I hold on to it for you, ready to return it, when the book is located. Many times the book shows up right after you’ve paid for it. Paying for it will clear your child’s account and allow them to check out another book.
- When a book is returned damaged (not suitable to return to the shelf), I will give your child a paper to let you know how much it will cost to replace the book. You also have the option of purchasing another book yourself, to take the place of the one that’s damaged.
- Establishing a healthy habit of “Borrowing & Returning” is extremely valuable for our children. It’s something that, once learned, can save a lot of time and frustration. Assisting your child in this habit will go a long way in setting them up for success, as it pertains to so many situations in life.
Thank You Thank you to the many library volunteers! Your assistance is extremely helpful and valuable to me, and I truly appreciate the gift of your time.
Mark West Middle School Charter information night
It's never too early to start thinking about your options for middle school. Mark West Charter is holding last information night for parents and students interested in learning more about our program.
Please join us for our hour long information session to learn about our program as well as meet the Vice Principal, teachers, and parents.
(Mark West Elementary Campus South of the Multi-purpose Room)
November 14th at 5:30pm in room C3
Applications are available in the MWCS office and online (www.mwcharter.org)
Please call the Mark West Charter School office at 707-524-2741 with any questions.