Bang Bear News

Ramona Bang Elementary - January, 2020

Words from the principal


Thank you to everyone for a stellar December. Our Bang Bears learned so much this month as they focused on demonstrating their learning and showing their GROWL.

Hat's off to our staff and parents for all of your hard work & tremendous support. We had a huge turn out of parents, students and staff at our first PTO Holiday Bash. It was so fun and great to see students and families rotate through the stations enjoying cake walks, cookie decorating, games, pictures with Santa and much more.

A huge thank you to our 3rd grade students for an amazing program one of the best that we have seen. If you missed them you missed a special treat. Our Bang Bears are extremely talented. Thank you, thank you to our Music Club Choir for a wonderful performance. You did so well on the bells, drums, percussion and your festive songs. Thank you for sharing your gifts and performing at the nursing home this week. You truly touched everyone's heart. A Bang Bear thank you to our PTO and parents for volunteering in many ways this month. Thank you for working during the Holiday Bash, A Day of Awesomeness, holiday shop, decorating for our programs and providing delicious snacks and treats for our parties. Thank you for taking on extra work to help the school during this busy time. We are fortunate to have such a supportive Bang community.

As we begin the new year I want to wish everyone peace, joy and good health.

I am so proud to serve the Bang community, it is a privilege and a joy.

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!

Erwann Wilson

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On Wednesday, December 4th, Bang hosted our annual Spelling Bee. Students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade that qualified for the Spelling Bee participated and went a record-breaking 13 rounds. We are so proud of all of our Spelling Bee participants.

Congratulations to our winner, Ash Valdres, in 5th grade. He will be competing in the District Spelling Bee on February 5, 2020.


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