Boot Camp Reminders

Please fill out and submit the Boot Camp Campout form by tomorrow!

Click on the link below.

Please fill out and submit the Boot Camp Dinner Reservations form by Friday, March 18th

Click on the link below.

Sponsors Needed!!!

All sponsor money and sponsor names must be turned in by Monday, March 21 so the sponsor board can be ordered.

***So far we have a total of $2600 in sponsorships! Just $5400 to go!!! Thanks for your continued help!!!

Sponsorship Flyer

Click on the link below to download a flyer that can be given to possible sponsors with information about boot camp.

Volunteers Are Still Needed!!!

Click on the link below to sign up to help throughout the week

Boot Camp Volunteer Sign-up

Boot Camp Fatigues

Boot camp shirt, hoodie, and pants will be sent home on Friday, March 18th!!! Students will wear this to the campout and every day of boot camp.

Click on the link below to see the schedule for the week of boot camp

Please Note: Change in Living Legacy Speaker

Please email if you would like to reserve seats for our Living Legacy morning event. Mrs. Dietlinde Spears will speak on Thursday, March 24th at 9:30am in the Miller Gym. To learn more about her story, go to

*Our original speaker, Mrs. Inge Meyring Smith, had to cancel.

Do you have veterans you would like to honor by inviting them to our Veteran Dinner and/or on our Veteran Slideshow?

  • Send in veteran addresses (retired or currently serving) to so we can send them an invitation to our dinner or we can send invitations home with students to be hand delivered. Over 200 invitations have already gone out!
  • Start collecting information/picture about the veterans you would like to honor in our veteran slideshow that will be shown at the veteran dinner (forms will be sent home in this weeks Friday folder)
  • Do you have memorabilia you can display at our veteran dinner? Tables will be set up for students to honor veterans or show authentic items throughout history. Students are welcome to bring in items from Civil War to present day. Example: WWII helmet, uniforms from different time periods, ammunition, knives/swords (no guns), keepsakes, etc. * Please do not bring memorabilia in until the day of the dinner. Items will then be supervised at all times. Items then need to be taken home at the conclusion of dinner.
  • See pictures below of memorabilia displayed in the past

Have questions?

Feel free to contact Kelley Mullins at or any of the 5th grade teachers.