Edmond Doyle News
Please make sure that in the mornings and afternoons you are following the direction of the carline. You should always be driving north...there is a sign prohibiting going south during these times. If a police officer should appear and you are parked or going the wrong way...you could get a ticket.
Thank you to everyone that is getting your child to school on time, calling when your child is going to be absent, and getting doctor's notes when they are sick. Thank you for making sure your child is completing their homework and reading daily. We appreciate your thoughtfulness. Your child's chances of success are increased because of your good parenting.
This Friday our fourth graders will be going to Mt. Triumph Baptist Church for a tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr. They will eat lunch at the church. This is an honor for us to be allowed to participate in this event. Please make sure your 4th grader is looking their best on Friday.
Our students enjoyed our Indian Education activities last Friday. Thanks to Indian Education for coming to visit. We liked learning about Native American culture.
January 12th-4th grade visits Mt. Triumph Baptist Church
January 15th-No School-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
January 17th-2nd grade puppet show-1:00
January 23rd-PTO Meeting
January 26th-Miss Oklahoma-10:30
February 1st-3:30-9:30-Parent/Teacher Conferences...Please visit with your child's teacher. If you need a different time, please contact your child's teacher to set up an appointment.
February 2nd-No School
February 5th-9th-Edmond Doyle Book Fair
February 8th-Edmond Doyle Family Night
February 15th-Bingo Night for Edmond Doyle at the VFW-please help us get prizes for bingo! You can start collecting now!
This sign hit home-our children are often a reflection of us...except for the ones that choose to be better than we are! lol Our students are thankful for having great parents.
We celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. because we are thankful that thanks to the movement he and his friends began-all children have the opportunity to be seen as they are-not judged by the color of their skin.
Being responsible is a daily event...every small step we take leads to a bigger moment in our lives. Help your children be responsible. For some of us-this means we have to become responsible first before we can teach them how!