Tiger Tales Newsletter
November 30, 2020
November 18-30 - Virtual Scholastic Book Fair
November 23-December 13 - Butter Braid Fundraiser
December 9 - iSprowt Science Assembly @10:00
December 17 - Winter Story Read Aloud @7:00
- Flickner, Trampush, Jacoby meet at 9:00 with Meet Code: TCE4
- Keck, Kelley meet at 9:30 with Meet Code: TCE5
Butter Braids Fundraiser
All students should receive a unique link that will take a customer directly to the ordering page that will be credited to your child. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you do not receive a email link. You may need to check junk/spam folders.
All Orders Due: Sunday, December 13
Delivery Date: Thursday, December 17 from 3:30-5:00 – make a plan!
Students are responsible for picking up and delivering all orders. Remember, these items are frozen. However, they can be outside of a freezer for 2-3 hours if necessary. Please try to deliver all orders as soon as possible so there is not a long delay for customers. Many people order Butter Braids to bake during the holiday season!
The proceeds from this fundraiser will go toward enrichment for students. In January we look forward to beginning some extracurricular opportunities.
iSprowt Science Assembly
The kits will be handed out this week to our AA and BB Hybrid students at school. Distance Learning students, Grade 4, and Grade 5 online, please stop by school on to pick one up next week before the assembly. iSprowt will offer 20% off for any family who wishes to purchase additional science experiment kits.
Kickin' It with the Counselor
Calling all 4th and 5th graders…Mrs. Schwarze will be hosting a weekly Google Meet for you and your buddies to attend. Invite your friends and tune in this week for some fun with Kahoot!
Times and Meet Codes:
- 4th Grade Girls: Mondays 10:30 code: tcegrade4girls
- 4th Grade Boys: Mondays 11:30 code: tcegrade4boys
- 5th Grade Girls: Tuesdays 10:30 code: tcegrade5girls
- 5th Grade Boys: Tuesdays 2:30 code: tcegrade5boys
Meals for At Home Day
Families have asked what the protocol is when a school has a confirmed case of COVID 19. The district immediately contacts the school nurse and the Snohomish or Island County Health District. The Snohomish Health District has provided the following documents for families.
We also have protocols in place for students/staff who are ill. When students or staff display the following symptoms, they must go or stay home:
Lost of taste/smell
Shortness of breath/difficulty breathing
Muscle Aches/Pains (not attributable to other causes)
Headache (not attributable to other causes)
Congestion/Runny nose (not attributable to other causes)
When students/staff have these symptoms, they must stay home for 10 days or until they have a negative COVID test.
We need to reiterate schools are casualties of increased rates of transmission within the community. We have become aware of students spending time together off-campus, in unmasked social situations. This has the potential to increase transmission rates, thus impacting the district’s ability to bring back more students. We are reminding everyone that it is essential to wear masks, maintain social distancing, avoid indoor in-person gatherings outside of immediate family, and practice good hand hygiene. If a social gathering must occur, these gatherings should be held outside.