Eagle News

November 30 - December 4

Weekly Schedule

Monday, 11/30

Welcome Back!

Technology Training in the Computer Lab - 3:15

Tuesday, 12/1

Science PLCs (select grade levels)

Staff Meeting

Wednesday, 12/2

Becky and Jane at Principals' Meeting

Thursday, 12/3

Staff Christmas Party

Friday, 12/4

Team of the Week - Fourth Grade

Our fourth grade team works collaboratively and creatively to meet the needs of all students. We have one team of two teachers working together and another team of three who work together.

Fun Facts: Can you guess?

1. Who likes to go camping, "roughing it" in the family RV?

2. Who can recite the Graceland Tour highlights?

3. Whose favorite sport is baseball?

4. Who was a summer camp counselor for three summers?

5. Who loves to vacation on a cruise ship?

Answers: 1. Jocelyn 2. Kristina 3. Kelley 4. Grace 5. Casi

Focus on: PLCs

Thank you for the great teamwork and collaboration at PLCs the week before Thanksgiving. There is so much to learn from one another. Thank you to all for coming to PLCs ready to talk about a variety of topics, all focused on student achievement!

SMART Night!


Tuesday, March 22, 2016 - 5:00-6:30

SMART Night will have a new format this year. Instead of offering family activities, student work will be showcased. Each student will display work on his/her desk to show mom and dad. Please start thinking about what you would like to keep and display for this event.

Each student will have the following:

1-2 Science work samples

1-2 Math work samples

Art - Will be displayed school-wide by Lynne Milner

1-2 Reading work samples

1-2 Technology work samples

Please discuss this as a team. If you have any questions, let me know!

Great Things Happening in our Classrooms!

Third Grade has done a great job of planning a multi-disciplinary unit based on the Solar System. The students are excited about the learning!

HaPpY BiRtHdAy!!

Celebrating birthdays this week:

12/3 - Kristen Cox

12/5 - Rhona Grandstaff

Additions or corrections? Please let Becky know!

Thought for the Week

The difference between the ordinary and the extraordinary is the little extra.