Marlette Elementary News
From the Principal's Desk
Our second semester is underway and we are excited to maintain the momentum we built over the first semester. The elementary school does not have scheduled winter or spring conferences, so please stay in contact with your child's teacher if you have any concerns. Call Mrs. Redman at 989-635-7427 and she can connect you with whatever teacher you need. Make sure to check out Skyward to stay up to date with grading, attendance, and electronic lunch payments. Feel free to give me a call if you need any help navigating Skyward, 989-635-4925.
We have plenty of engaging activities planned for February and even more in store during March is Reading Month. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for upcoming events.
Gourmet Fortune Cookies
Recess during the winter months
If the temperature is above 0 degrees Fahrenheit (including wind chill) and the weather cooperates, students will have outdoor recess. This means that students must be dressed appropriately for cold weather. Students should dress in layers and have a heavy coat, hat, gloves, and boots at a minimum. Snow pants are always a good idea to help keep the children dry. Please take the time to write your child’s name on each article of clothing in case it ends up on the lost and found rack.
Article of the Month
America's Farmers Grow Rural Education
Attendance Matters, Every Day
School Calendar and Hours
The Annual School Calendars along with District information may be accessed online at www.marletteschools.org. Students are expected to be in class by 8:15 when the second bell rings and stay until the dismissal bell at 3:00. A pattern of late arrivals and/or early checkouts is considered truancy.
Breakfast and Lunch
Breakfast is served every morning, free of charge, in every classroom. Lunch is available for only $2.45. Milk is available for $.40.
School meals are a great value and a huge convenience for busy families, too! Parents are encouraged to complete the free/reduced meal form application each year as the qualifications change. Furthermore, forms may be resubmitted at any time during the school year if there is a change in financial status with the household. For more information, please contact the Superintendent’s Office at 989-635-7429.
All of February, Drop off books for our Book Swap in the bin outside of the office
February 3-7, Homecoming Spirit Week
February 6, Popcorn Friday money is due (50 cents)
February 7, Popcorn Friday; Homecoming basketball game
February 10, 100th day of school!
February 14, PTO Sweetheart Breakfast (RSVP by Feb. 7)
February 17, Presidents' Day (No School)
February 27, Spring Pictures
February 27, March is Reading Month Kick-Off Literacy Event, 6:00-7:00
Tobacco Free School Environment
Just a reminder that the Marlette Community Schools are a Tobacco Free School environment. Smoking, including e-cigarettes, is prohibited on all school property 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This also applies to your personal vehicle on school property. Please extinguish all tobacco products before entering school district property. Our property is a Drug Free School Zone.