Brantner Elementary Newsletter
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Mark Your Calendars!
-November 23rd - 26th - NO SCHOOL. Thanksgiving Break.
-December 8th - Spirit Night at Your Pie (See flyer below)
-December 15th - Giving Tree Deadline - The ornaments on the tree in the school vestibule are for "whole child" giving, several items given to one individual angel child. There is a sign-up genius for additional needs.
-Holiday Cheermeister - (See flyer below)
-December 18th - January 3rd - NO SCHOOL. Winter Break.
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Lost & Found
We are getting a lot of items in our lost and found.
-Lunch boxes and Water bottles in Lost and Found with no name will be tossed out the end of every week.
-All other items in Lost and Found with no name will be donated the end of every month.
Please feel free to come and check Lost & Found for any items you may be missing.
We have a very large amount of students tardy each morning. Please try to leave just 5 min earlier to have them here on time. The tardy bell rings at 7:50 am.
Are you running a little late or did you have an appointment?
To Check Your Child Out Early
PLEASE send a mask to school with your student each day and an extra in their backpack.
2021-2022 Assessment Schedule
Student Fees can be paid online here or by check/cash in the office.
Kindergarten Supply Fees can not be paid online. Please give this payment to your child's teacher or the office.
Visitors need to wear a mask while on school property. We would love for parents to volunteer, however, ask that all sessions are pre-planned with your child’s teacher and scheduled, so that we can minimize the amount of outside adults in classrooms.
At this time, we can not accommodate parents coming in and eating lunch in our cafeteria. Parents are certainly welcome to continue to bring in lunch and drop it with our office staff and we will see to it that your child receives it on their way to their lunch.
Watch Dog Volunteers Needed
Brantner is a wonderfully unique school, where we partner with family members to help keep the inside and outside of our building safe. We have a resident Watch Dog, Roger Lance, a grandparent of a Brantner student, who helps oversee this program.
To volunteer for this, simply call the office and share your availability! We will provide you with a vest and radio.
Any time frame before, during, or after school.
Any time length that works for your schedule.
We would love to have you!