Peek at the Week

Week of November 22, 2021

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CALENDAR

Monday, Nov. 22

  • 9:00 AM - 5th Grade Deliver Food to the Food Bank (UMC)

Tuesday, Nov. 23

Wednesday, Nov. 24

  • NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Break

Thursday, Nov. 25

  • NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Day
Friday, Nov. 26
  • NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Break
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SHINING ALL-STAR STUDENTS

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Making the Magic Happen!

These students were recognized at the Friday virtual pep rally meeting for being a Shining All-Star Student!


Dillyn W., Maddox B., Quentin N., Tre K.

Ben B., Bria H., Athena H., Pierce M.

Fletcher H., Christian G., Madelyn S, Layla R.


CONGRATULATIONS!

BUTLER COUNTY TO HOLD COVID VACCINE CLINIC

The Butler County Health Department will hold three COVID vaccination clinics for children ages 5-11 at its El Dorado location, 206 N. Griffith, Suite B, in El Dorado. The clinics will be from:

2:30-4:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 18

2-4:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 29

9 a.m.-noon Friday, Dec. 3

Please call 316-321-3400 Ext. 0 to schedule an appointment.

MEMORIAL FUND ESTABLISHED FOR ROGER ELLIOTT

A memorial fund through The Foundation for Andover Schools has been established for longtime Andover Board of Education member Roger Elliott, who passed away over the weekend. Click here if you’d like to donate to The Foundation in Mr. Elliott’s memory. Click here to read his obituary.

NEXT FAMILY TALK TO DISCUSS HOW PARENTS CAN SUPPORT LEARNING AT HOME

As parents, it can sometimes be tricky to navigate the world of learning at home. We all ask questions such as...How much do we help with homework? What other skills should we practice? Is it ok to read to them or should my child be reading to me? We want to ensure success, while also teaching responsibility and independence. Join Alysia Rich, family engagement consultant, for a virtual workshop to discuss tips and strategies for the best ways to support your child’s learning at home!


Date: Tuesday, November 30th
Time: 6:30-7:15 pm
Location: via Zoom
Format: presentation followed by Q&A time
Topic: How Parents Can Support Learning at Home
Audience: any grade level

Register here by Monday, Nov. 29 for access to the workshop.
*email with link to access will be sent on Tuesday morning*

BOOK FAIR WINNERS

The winners of the Guessing Jars and the $10 gift certificate are:

  • K-2: Ownen W.
  • 3-5: Alex K. (guessed the EXACT number)


The winners of the raffle prize drawings are:

  • Giselle H.G. won the Circus Snack Tub
  • Sage E. won the Circus Elephant
  • Luca B. won the 5 Free Books

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Halloween

SPEEDSTACKS ARE ON SALE NOW!

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HELP SUPPORT OUR LIBRARY

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ELEMENTARY STUDENT REPORT CARDS

Your child’s report card is now available for view in the PowerSchool Parent Portal. Below are instructions for accessing the report card. If you have questions or need help with access, please contact your child’s school. Please note that you will need to log into the Parent Portal. You will not be able to view report cards using the mobile app.


Elementary Student Report Cards

Parents can see all archived reports for their children in the PowerSchool Parent Portal. Any current reports that are published to the public portal can be run by the parent at any time.

  1. If you have more than one student, select the student tab for the student you want to view the Elementary Report Card

  2. Click on Student Reports in the left navigation menu as seen below

  3. Click on the Report you want to view under the Archived Report section

  4. Elementary Report Cards will be Archived quarterly for parents to view or print

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