Walker Bulldog News

November 6, 2020

Dear Families,

It's hard to believe that we are so quickly approaching the end of Trimester 1. The final day of the first trimester is Monday, November 17. This first trimester has flown by in the blink of an eye. It seems like it was just yesterday when we were hosting our virtual Open House. We could not have accomplished so much during the first part of the year without your support. Thank you for all that you do.

Students submitted wonderful pumpkin creations, and they were so outstanding we decided that all participants were winners! All those who submitted pictures of their creations should find a special prize in their supply bag they receive today during the pick-up times. We have also included a Power Point slideshow in this newsletters, so that you can see the amazing submissions.

We are pleased to announce our October Students of the Month. Students were chosen by their teachers for their hard work, positive behavior, and creativity. Those students include: Olivia C., Ovilia G., Ayden H., Jacobo U., Lucas G., Angelique S., Noah M., Rory R., Ethan H., Maegan D., Ella W., Germain O., Kenia S., Crystal V., Alan D., Everett K., and Calvin W. See what our teachers had to say about our winners this month by opening the file below.

We have some important dates coming up. Please mark your calendars.

November 23: Virtual Parent Teacher Conferences (no classes)

November 24: Teacher Institute (no classes)

November 25-November 27: Thanksgiving Break (no classes)

November 30: Classes resume

Be safe, be well!

Ms. Venegonia, Principal

Mrs. Leone, Associate Principal

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Parent Teacher Conference Sign Up

Conferences will be held virtually via Zoom. Please click on the button below for your child's teacher. This will allow you to select a time and sign up for conferences. If you have any questions, please contact your child's teacher.
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Virtual Learning Tips for Families

Helping children at home during remote learning is a challenging task. This year, parents across the United States and the world have been asked to engage in their child's learning like never before. Parents have risen to the challenge, and for that teachers are grateful. We've included a parent guide with some questions and considerations for each time your child logs on to learn. Check them out and be mindful of these ways to make your child's learning experience the most beneficial.