A Communication Tool for The Dragon Family and Community
Week of May 26th-28th Online Education Newsletter
A Word from Dr. Reeves....
A Word From Mr. Joel L. Deretchin....
End Of Year -- Welcome Summer Parades!
8:30 - 2nd
10:00 - 1st
12:00 - 3rd
1:30 - 4th
3:00 - 5th
May 26-29th 8-10 am Front Door Drop off- ring the doorbell and state you're dropping off.
Please register any new children to our school ASAP! This will help us ensure we are able to hire the best teachers possible to our campus. Registrations is for NEW Dragons -- This includes new Kindergarten students or any new neighbors that you have.
Spotlight on Citizenship
Congratulations to these Dragons!
Please click on your child's grade level below and it will take you to this week's lesson plans. All lessons this week are optional and do not need to be turned into your child's teacher!
Moving over the Summer?
If you are not returning to Deretchin/McCullough for the 2020-2021 school year please email Cory Ognisty (Registrar) at firstname.lastname@example.org. In the email include your child/s Student Id number(not their name) and where your child will be attending. This can be what country, state or name of the school. Current 6th graders not attending McCullough next year, please let me know, so I can withhold records sent to McCullough, otherwise this will delay records requests for your new school.
Video Conferencing Expectations
1. This is a classroom environment -- Please have kids sit up in an open space when on a call. Therefore, students should not be lying on their bed or in an enclosed space.
2. Conferences will be in small groups or whole class with the teacher. There will be no one on one conferences.
3. Dress code expectations are: Please dress appropriately for a classroom environment. Shirts with sleeves should be worn. No tank tops, No swimsuits, No tube tops, etc.
5. If there is inappropriate behavior from a child, the parent will be contacted.
6. All calls will be recorded.
Scholarship Winners 19-20
Jessica Ross and Spencer Johnson
From Nurse Bruner
We have recently had some really nice weather, but we all know the heat is coming. While everyone is at home I am sure we are spending more time outdoors and I have attached some resources to help protect you and your family from the heat and sun. I hope that during this time everyone is doing well and staying healthy. Have a great day.
PROTECT YOUR FAMILY FROM SKIN CANCER. Ultraviolet (UV) rays—from the sun or from artificial sources like tanning beds—are known to cause skin cancer. Damage from exposure to UV rays builds up over time, so sun protection should start at an early age. PROTECT YOUR FAMILY AND YOURSELF FROM SKIN CANCER STAY SUN SAFE OUTDOORS