Mr. Posick's Friday email
April 15, 2016
Spring has sprung!
I think the weather has really made a change for the better. With that comes warmer temperatures. Please remember to keep in mind our dress code as the days continue to get warmer. Here is a refresher on our dress code.
- Shorts must be as long as your finger tips when your arms are at your sides
- No tank tops or spaghetti straps
- No undergarments showing
If you'd like to see the specifics of the dress code, please see page 4 of our Student Handbook which can be found in this link.
Google Expedition recap
Last Friday, due to the efforts of Mrs. Iwanski, we were fortunate to have Google Expedition visit our school. Below is a link to a Fox6 news story from our experience. I have also included a couple of pictures to share with you.
Family bowling Sunday, April 17th
This Sunday, April 17th, the Merton PTO is having a family bowling event at Sussex Bowl. For $30 your family (up to 6 people) will have a lane reserved for 90 minutes of bowling fun. Shoe rental is included in this price. In addition to bowling, we will have a fabulous raffle featuring family-oriented items, food specials, and more! While you are enjoying some fun with your family you will be helping to raise money for new playground equipment. Sign up now for your preferred time using the following link.
Thanks for your consideration!
Student Senate Carnival Friday, April 22nd
Thanks to the exceptional leadership of Mrs. Niemczyk and Miss Kohnert, our Student Senate, as well as student and staff volunteers, will be hosting a Carnival to raise funds for a new and improved Intermediate School playground. There will be inflatables, carnival games, and concessions, all for the enjoyment of our Primary School students and their families. We hope that you can join us for some fun and prizes.
National Junior Honor Society assembly
It's time for the inductees to get announced
Thanks to Mrs. Weiland and Mrs. Hess for bringing National Junior Honor Society to Merton!
Dr. Russ addresses the inductees
Photo opportunity for our families
8th grade Poetry introduction
Our 8th graders are in the midst of a poetry unit. If you remember back to your school days and you're like me, you either loved poetry or you hated it. Well, Ms. Francoeur and Mrs. Hess harnessed their inner "Teach Like a Pirate" mojo to introduce the poetry unit for their students. Check out the video link below.
Lose Yourself Poetry Remix