Fall Creek Elementary F O R U M
SEPTEMBER 7, 2018
IMPORTANT UPCOMING DATES
9/11/18 - ENL Family Night 6:00 p.m. Fishers High School
9/12/18 - PICTURE DAY
9/14/18 - 3rd Grade Grandparent Day (9:30-10:30 a.m.)
9/18/18 and 9/19/18 1st Grade Vision Screening
9/24 WEEK - Joseph Maley Foundation DisABILITY Awareness Presentations in Classrooms
9/28/18 - PTO Parents' Night Out
PURPLE MENU FOR WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 10-14, 2018
MONDAY: Taco scoops or bbq chicken sandwich, refried beans, side salad, fresh fruit, milk Alternate entrée: PBJ, deli sandwich, pizza pack
TUESDAY: Scrambled eggs w/maple glazed French toast sticks or chicken biscuit, glazed carrots, veggie pack w/hummus, fresh fruit, milk
Alternate entrée: pbj, deli sandwich, chef salad, hummus bistro box
WEDNESDAY: Pizza calzone w/marinara sauce or meatball sub, corn, veggie pack w/hummus, fresh fruit, milk
Alternate entrée: PBJ, delis sandwich, pizza pack
THURSDAY: Chicken nuggets w/homemade cornbread or pretzel burger, green beans, veggie pack w/hummus, fresh fruits, milk
Alternate entrée: PBJ, deli sandwich, chef salad, hummus bistro box
FRIDAY: Cheesy breadsticks w/marinara or hot ham & cheese sliders, broccoli, veggie pack w/hummus, fresh fruits, milk
Alternate entrée: pbj, deli sandwich, pizza pack
*Menus can be found on the FCE website under the SERVICES TAB, then FOOD SERVICES.
BOOK FEES ARE NOW AVAILABLE IN SKYWARD
Please check Skyward to view Book/ipad fees - due October 5. You may pay with cash (exact amount) or check made payable to Fall Creek Elementary, or via E-Funds (quick link on the FCE website). If you have questions, please contact Treasurer Holly Owens (firstname.lastname@example.org).
1st GRADE VISION SCREENING INFO FROM FCE NURSE, MRS. HUGHES
State mandated First Grade Vision Screening will take place on September 18 and 19. We thank Dr. Smith and Dr. Wagler from Fall Creek Vision Center at 11848 Olio Road in Fishers for volunteering their time to come to our school for screening.
Please make sure if your child wears glasses (or contacts) to wear them on these days. Results will be sent home with students a few days after testing.
EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES - CHECK THE COMMUNITY INSIDER ON HSE WEBSITE
PARENTS: Be sure to visit the HSE website, https://www.hseschools.org/ scroll down and click on the COMMUNITY INSIDER red tab to see community opportunities for your children (sports, fall break art classes by our own Ms. Cline, Fishers Fire Safety Day this Saturday, HSE Make a Wish Parents'Night Out September 14, Girl Scouts/Boy Scouts information,etc.)
MUDSOCK GAME TONIGHT, SEPTEMBER 7 - PASTA BOWL INFORMATION
PastaBowl – food collection bins remain in our front hallway for pasta collections. HSE has a goal of 1,000 pounds (average) per school this year.
HSE Teachers of the Year – teachers from all 21 schools will be recognized during halftime of the Mudsock game. THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING THE 2018 MUDSCOCK campaign.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SUSPECT A DISABILITY
HSE Schools Child Find Procedure:
If your child is age 2 ½ through 21, attends any school within the Hamilton Southeastern Schools boundaries or you live in our community, and you suspect your child may have a disability, you should contact us for more information.
· For children at least two and a half years of age, but not yet age-eligible for kindergarten, you should contact the Preschool Coordinator at Brooks School Elementary School, 317-915-4256.
· For students who are eligible for kindergarten through age 21, you should contact your child’s teacher, school counselor or building administrator to discuss your concerns and explore the steps to be taken. If your child is not enrolled in public school, you should contact the counselor or building administrator in the building your child would attend if enrolled.
RtI is a general education initiative designed to provide high quality instruction and interventions matches to student needs, and using learning rate over time and level of performance to make important educational decisions. The RtI model is based on a three-tiered model of service delivery with a focus on early intervention and prevention of academic and behavioral concerns. Data collected during this process provides valuable information regarding students’ educational progress and response to interventions. Students who do not demonstrate a response to well-implemented, scientifically-based interventions at the Tier 3 level would be referred for an educational evaluation to determine eligibility for special education. RtI is a component of HSE’s Child Find Process.
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