Eagle Update

May 13, 2019

Scholastic Book Fair - May 10th - May 14th!

Summer Reading Book Fair


May 10 th – 14 th


Buy One Get One Free


It’s Book Fair time again! The Scholastic Buy One Get One Free Fair is a wonderful opportunity for students to purchase new reading material for the summer. This Fair will be a “slimmed down” version of our Fall Fair but there will still be plenty of titles from which the students can choose. We will also not have most of the miscellaneous items (erasers, pencils, pens, etc.) – we will just have books and posters!


All books/posters will be offered at Buy One Get One Free (the lesser priced book/poster is

free). Feel free to send money in to school with your child or come and shop the Fair

personally. There is also a new payment option this Spring called eWallet – this is a digital

payment option that allows you to set up an account, with a pre-set spending limit, to be used

at the fair. You only get charged what is purchased. Please visit the Book Fair homepage below for more information and to set up your account.


https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bf/roseglenelementaryschool


The Book Fair will be located in the gym on Grandparent’s Day and in the Eagle’s Nest on

Monday and Tuesday. The book fair will be open during the following times:


Monday, May 13 th 8:30 am – 1:30 pm

Tuesday, May 14 th 11:30 am – 2:00 pm


Hope to see everyone at the Fair!

Book Fair Committee

Diana Marino and Angie Jacobsson

Wednesday, May 15th Has Been Declared "Milwaukee Bucks" Day at Rose Glen!!

All students should wear any Bucks clothing they may have to support the Bucks for their next game. If you don't have Bucks clothing, feel free to wear any other team clothing or Rose Glen spirit wear. Go Bucks!

Art & Movement Ice Cream Social Event - 5/15/19 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. HELP DESPERATELY NEEDED!!!

Rose Glen’s Art & Movement Ice Cream Social is just a few days away! Thank you to those families who have taken a few moments to complete the Google form indicating whether their family will be attending the event. If you haven’t completed the form indicating whether your family plans to attend, click HERE for the form. Please be mindful of the time for each group as that will help with parking.


We are still looking for volunteers for the upcoming Art and Movement Ice Cream Social, so please use the link below to sign up:


https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b054fa9a72caafc1-icecream


Here are a couple of reminders that might help the evening go more smoothly for you:


The Physical Education portion of the night is intended to be a sharing of learning and demonstration of a variety of sport/activity skills that were learned and practiced throughout the school year. Parents and siblings are encouraged to interact and try activities along with the students. There will be signs posted at activity areas that provide information about the activity and how it is connected to learning (Grade Level Outcomes). The signs will also provide any important safety guidelines and rules. Please click the link below to preview some information for the event:


Movement Information


The Art portion of the evening includes a school wide art show as well as end of the year portfolios. Each student will find their portfolio to take home above their cubby.

In the art room we will be printing fabric squares to be sewn into a wall hanging for the new art room. As we will be using acrylic paint, parents are encouraged to help their children with applying the paint and clean up to ensure the paint does not stain their clothes.


Thank you for your support of our programing.

Jamie Mosley, Phy Ed

Karen Crocker, Alyssa Murack & Jessica Mueller, Art

Cub Scout Join Night 5/15

The Cub Scouts are hosting a "Join Night" on Wednesday, May 15 from 6:30-7:30 in the Rose Glen Music Room. If you have a son that is interested in joining, pop in during those hours to find our more information.


https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3BROnlzT5mAdjNPSXNISWNWX1U5cEdLdDA5V3VkcW9IVDRB/view?usp=sharing

Lost and Found

Please take a look at the items below and let us know if you recognize any of them. As many of you are aware, we tend to accumulate A LOT of lost items throughout the year. Each week we will send a picture of lost items for you to claim. If they are not claimed then we will ensure that they go to a donation center in our area. What is most helpful is if you label your child's clothing and school items. We can then easily identify the item and make sure that the lost item is found and hopefully also save you a trip to have to buy another one. Please label items such as jackets, sweatshirts, water bottles, and lunchboxes. Thank you for your help with this and looking forward to year with minimal lost items :) Please email Cathe Sweet at csweet@waukesha.k12.wi.us if you recognize any of the items.


You are welcome to come to school and look through the Lost and Found for your child's belongings, so you don't have to rely exclusively on our pictures.


Please contact us asap because all items will be donated on Friday, May 17th, 2019.

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Moving/Transferring??

If your family has moved out of the Rose Glen attendance area during the year, or will be moving this summer, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can have this information as we plan for next year. If you moved to a different house within our attendance area, be sure to update your address in your parent portal in Infinite Campus.

PTO Board Elections - May 30th Meeting


PTO Board elections will take place at the PTO meeting on May 30. Please contact the PTO @ roseglenptoboard@gmail.com if you are interested in joining the PTO Board.

The PTO Board meeting on May 30 will start at 6:30pm in the library.

Waukesha Education Foundation Newsletter

Please use the link below to access the WEF newsletter to check out information about the Walk/Run and Wellness Fair on May 11th plus you can see all the great things the Waukesha Education Foundation is doing.


https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Gy2C9kwTOY2VwSpA0-4fBXK5Xp1bcjQgNv3IQ0tqVEQ/edit?usp=sharing

Girls' STEM Event for Girls in Grades 4-9

Please use the link below for all the details and registration information for a Girls' STEM event

that will be held at Carroll College on 5/31:


usp=sharinghttps://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3BROnlzT5mAZHVGYmtBZ3B4MXk0SnM1OWQ1ZmpSUUYtVWxz/view?usp=sharing

Just a Reminder-Last Day of School!

Our last day of school for the 18-19 school year will be Monday, June 10th instead of Friday, June 7th due to having to make up for a snow day. See chart below.
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Health Room

If your child will be taking prescription/over the counter medications at school for the 2019-20 school year, please print the forms from our website and bring the medications in at Picture Day on 8/21 or before school starts, if possible.


Link: https://sdw.waukesha.k12.wi.us/Page/432


Forms are listed on the right hand side. Click "View All" if the form you need isn't visible.

Thank you!

Grandparents/Grandfriend's Day has come and gone, however the memories will last forever. For some of you, it's your last year inviting your grandparents to your school, and for others there will be many more!


Thank you to each of our Grandparents/Grandfriends for your patience during our event. This event warms the heart to see each child share memories. I would like to personally thank each of you who donated treats, drinks and paper goods. Without your generous nature, this day wouldn't be as special! Thank you to so many volunteers taking time out of their busy schedules to lend a hand for a couple hours during set up, serving, greeting, helping grandparents to classrooms, clean up and running the Book Fair. Gratitude for our PTO Board and Families, supporting the time honored tradition of Grandparents/Grandfriends Day!! Again, this day would not be as successful without each of you. A big shout out "Thank you" to our dynamic duo Book Fair Team, Diana Marino and Angie Jacobson. The two of you, with the help of many others, are amazing and hard working. Your last one...you will be missed!


Thank you to Jonel Snider for making coffee one last year! You have kept our eyes wide open to take in all of the memories with your delicious brew. Thank you Rose Glen Staff and Janitorial Staff for always chipping in and lending a hand where needed; you brighten our day! Gratitude to each of our Teachers for their patience and creative Grandparent fun they provide during the event. Thank you to Principal Nikolic for her kind soul, helping with set up and keeping the morning moving along cheerfully. Blessings and gratitude to St. John Neumann Church for allowing us to use your parking lot for our families to stay safe. Thank you to the bus company who keeps each of our loved ones safe during the shuttle ride. Last, but not least, THANK YOU Michelle Kuokkanen! Michelle has run Grandparents Day for over 12 years now! You are amazing! Hard to believe this is your LAST year at Rose Glen. I am so proud to be a part of this close community of families at Rose Glen. Thank you to each and every one of you.


Thank you so much!!

Dani Williamson

2019-20 CALENDAR

The 2019-20 calendar has been approved by the board and can be viewed by clicking on the link below:


2019-20 Calendar:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1eCPNDmws5xD2vqLPqzRNJfhgH9yRUuCG/view

Upcoming Events

Monday, May 27th - No School - Memorial Day

Thursday, May 30th - PTO meeting - Board Elections - 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. - Media Center

Thursday, June 6th - Grade 5 Musical Dress Rehearsal at 2:30 p.m. (Grandparents are welcome to attend this performance due to limited seating at evening performance.)

Thursday, June 6th - Grade 5 Dinner/Musical 6:00 p.m. (Parents Only!)

Monday, June 10th - Final Day of School - Summer Vacation Begins!!

Wednesday, August 21st - Picture Day 11-5

Wednesday, August 21st - Popsicles on the Playground for 4K and Kdgn. Students - 5-6:30

Wednesday, August 28th - Open House 5-6:30 p.m.

Wednesday, October 9th - Picture Re-take Day

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