Wolverine Weekly

Sibley East Elementary - October 18-20, 2021

No School Next Thursday & Friday

Reminder: There is no school for staff and students next Thursday, October 21 and Friday, October 22 due to the Ed MN Conferences.

Stocking Cap Giveaway!

Michael Foods, the Sibley East Alumni Association, and the Sibley East PCO will be passing out a special edition Sibley East stocking cap to the first 200 SE fans in attendance at the home football game on Wednesday, October 20 (see below). It's a WIN / WIN...warm head and school spirit! A special thank you to these generous organizations!
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November Parent-Teacher Conferences Sign-Up Link

Our next round of Parent-Teacher Conferences are from 4:00-8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 9 and Thursday, November 11.

Click >>HERE<< to sign up for a 15 minute individual conference time with your child's teacher.

We are planning for the conferences to be in-person. However, if families need to request a Zoom option, please communicate that with the teacher.

Wolverine PRIDE T-Shirts

We'd love for EVERY PreK-5th grade student to be able to show off their Wolverine PRIDE with our new t-shirt! We're accepting orders now through November 12. The cost is $7.00 per t-shirt. A paper copy of this order form will be coming home with the youngest in the family on Monday!
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5th Grade Eagle Bluff Trip

Attention 5th Grade Families:

If you were unable to attend the parent/guardian informational meeting on Tuesday night, you can watch the video link below.

Please be sure to return the green registration form by Wednesday, October 20. The $20 deposit per person (students and chaperones) is also due by Wednesday. If you have financial concerns, please contact Mrs. Feterl (amanda.feterl@sibleyeast.org).

Any time you'd like to make additional deposits in your child's trip account, please be sure to send the check (payable to: Sibley East) or cash in an envelope with your child's name on it as well as "Eagle Bluff".

Please stay on the lookout for additional information regarding fundraising opportunities. On a similar note, if you'd like to be a part of this committee, please contact Mrs. Feterl.

As always, please reach out if you have any questions!

Eagle Bluff Family Meeting

Flu Shot Information

Sibley County Public Health will be offering flu shots for staff and students on November 5 at the elementary site. Students and staff who do not sign up will not be able to get shots.

Families should not worry about signing students up for a particular time. It is necessary to choose a time at sign-up, but students will not come for their shots at that time. They will be re-grouped and called out of class so that each class is disturbed only once.

High dose vaccine will not be available.

November 5 - Sibley East Elementary Campus: LINK HERE

Covid 5-11 Year Olds Vaccination Survey

The message below is from Sibley County Public Health:

In anticipation of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) authorizing the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for 5-to-11-year-olds, Sibley County Public Health wants to be proactive in planning to be able to quickly offer the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to this age group if authorized late fall/early winter.

If interested, please complete the Sibley County Public Health COVID-19 Vaccine Parent or Guardian School Survey by Wednesday, October 27, 2021.

ENGLISH: https://forms.gle/rSgJHUk6ToMDz3vb6

SPANISH: https://forms.gle/xupLDRKu79K4nmQS9

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SE PCO Event: Trunk-or-Treat!

Sibley East PCO would like to invite all families to attend their first ever Trunk-or-Treat event!

Local businesses will be handing out candy on site with their best decorated trunks!

Come dressed in your favorite costumes and ready for a night of fun. There will be a live DJ playing all the best jams, photo opportunities, a lighted pumpkin walk and food available for purchase.

Friday, October 29

5:30-7:30 p.m.

Sibley East Elementary School

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This Week in Second Step with Mrs. Halverson

Kindergarteners and 1st graders discussed what it means to be confident, specifically building confidence in ourselves and others! We discussed confidence boosters to tell each other, such as "You can do it, "Don't give up, and "I believe in you!"

Mrs. Knacke's Book Clubs

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Please Keep Toys at Home

Toys can create quite the distraction at school and there is also a risk that the treasured item will get lost or broken. That said, please remind your child that toys need to stay home. Thank you in advance for your understanding and support!