The Riebli Record
John B. Riebli Elementary Newsletter--October 12, 2018
This community has given our students roots and wings to help them soar. That was evident this week. The strength, power, love, and friendship we share shined this week. What amazing humans you are raising! The kindness the students showed this week when they wrote letters of encouragement to a school in North Carolina and when they appreciated the first responders who read to them it was just amazing. They showed their passion for their school with a school-wide art with making a phoenix (final product still to come) and a school-wide poster (Final product to be posted soon). The students showed how grateful they are with thank you notes to the donors for Tuesday’s event. The students showed how well mannered they are when they had 3 different presentations this week and two field trips. The Third, Fourth and Fifth graders were entertained and taught by Newberry award-winning author, Jennifer L Holm. Third grade was also taught fire safety by Rincon Valley Fire. Fourth, Fifth and Sixth grade students ran for office, gave speeches in front of their peers and put themselves out there. Their peers were kind and a great audience during the speeches. Our First graders went to the Luther Burbank Center for a show and then to the pumpkin patch. Our Kindergarten is headed to Tolay tomorrow for their festival. Our Riebli Students are Soaring this Week!
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The Top 2 classes were Mrs. Gonyo's 4th Grade ($5968) and Ms. Beseda's Kindergarten ($5411)
Congratulations to those classes who will have a Taekwondo and Pizza Party on Friday November 2nd.
Mrs. O'Hare's Kindergarten class has also earned a Pizza party for being the class with the highest Participation at 91%! Their pizza party will also be on Nov. 2nd.
We also reached our School Wide Goal of $50,000 which means the entire student body has earned the BMX Bike Assembly scheduled for next Monday, Oct. 15th at 1:00pm.
We will be announcing these numbers as well as the top Individual Earners at Friday Morning's Assembly (Oct. 12th)
Due to shipping delays, we will now be distributing all prizes NEXT FRIDAY, Oct. 19th.
All students who earned a prize in the $500+ range will need a parent to pick up their prize in the office after school on Friday, Oct. 19th.
Thank you Panthers!
Riebli PTA, Walk-A-Thon Committee
Our Fall Book Fair begins Monday, October 15th and continues through Friday morning, October 19th. This is the Fund Raiser for our School Library. We’ll have a wonderful selection of books for sale, as well as fun, little items your children love to buy from Scholastic. We’ll be open on Thursday night, along with the Pasta Feed, sponsored by the 4th Grade classes, to earn funds for their Coloma Field Trip. Make it a fun family night by coming out and supporting both events. Please note that we will not be open Thursday afternoon, so we can be there for you that evening. Checks are not accepted, but we gladly take cash and debit/credit card payments. For those who are not able to attend the Book Fair on campus, or couldn’t find what they were looking for, we have an Online Book Fair for your shopping convenience: http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/johnbrieblicharterelemsch1
Book Fair Hours
Monday: 8:00-9:00 & 1:30-3:30
Tuesday: 8:00-9:00 & 1:30-3:30
Wednesday: 8:00-9:00 & 12:30-1:30
Thursday: 8:00-9:00 & 5:30-7:30
Friday: 8:00-9:00 Only
We’re looking forward to seeing everyone at our amazing Fall Book Fair!
If your child is picked up at the curb after school, and they want to come to the Book Fair, please make arrangements to park your car and join them. I've asked the children to not come into the Book Fair after school if you're out there waiting for them. It makes for a very bad traffic jam. If your child has been saving change and wants to use it at the Book Fair, please exchange their change for dollars. It makes things much easier at the register. Young children K-3rd need to be accompanied by an adult. There's SO MUCH to see. I hope you'll all be able to make time to attend. Be sure to keep gift giving in mind for birthdays and the upcoming holiday season. Thank you!