Mr. B's Bright Lights

Springtime came early, and then it left.

Dr. Seuss' Birthday

Dr. Suess (Theodor Suess Geisel), beloved author of many books, celebrates a birthday. He was born in 1904, and we still read his words today. If your children would like to come dressed as a character, or as the good Dr. himself, please do. All voluntary and there will be Suess books read throughout the day. A very interesting fact, the good Dr.'s first book was rejected 27 times-the title?......."And to think I Saw it on Mulberry steet".

PTO's Trivia Night

PTO's Trivia Night

Make sure to mark your calendars for Trivia Night on Saturday, March 4th at Bristlecone Pines. We'll begin at 5:30 with social time and the start of the silent auction, 7:00 for dinner and 8:00 for trivia. Visit this link for more information and to sign up. Check the Flyer for more details.

Skating in Phy Ed. Important Info

Kids must have helmets here at school in order to skate. All of the other equipment is included in the $8.00 rental fee. We will be sending emails home to inform parents of the helmet rule as well. As it gets closer if you wouldn't mind adding the helmet requirement to your home communication that would be really helpful.

Dates for skating:

Wendy's classes-March 6-17

Sarah's classes-March 20-31

Thanks for your help, yet again!

Our Jumpers were the best!

Under the careful planning and guidance of Mrs. Monson and Mrs. Stauber, our students really enjoyed themselves in the "Jump Around" of the JRFH. Mr. Angeli and his son Joey kicked off the festivities with some awesome music on stage. See below for fun pics of the joy that was goin on!

Student Senate Reminder-IT'S CARNIVAL TIME!

Student Senate Reminder-IT'S CARNIVAL TIME!

This fun time is great for your family to come to our Intermediate School gym to see all of the games and activities that our "big" kids have planned. They are terrific kids! Please see the link for advanced tickets. PLAN ON MARCH 3!

Mike Budisch

Our school-wide events are very special to us. These are more than what they might look like on the surface. We use these to build a sense of community and belonging for all of us in the Primary School. The feeling that kids are a part of a bigger group gives them a sense of purpose and connection. Thank you volunteers for joining in too-you were great!