Pike Road Schools

Think. Innovate. Create. The Pike Road Way 2.5.16

The Mission of Pike Road Schools

To create a culture of intellectual curiosity where all students have ownership of their learning and are inspired to think, innovate and create.

RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS WEEK at PRS - FEBRUARY 8TH-12TH

To gear up for National Random Acts of Kindness Day which is celebrated February 17th, our Community Eight Respect Diversity Project Group is sponsoring a PRS Random Acts of Kindness Spirit Week next week, February 8th - 12th. We hope you will join us by spreading kindness throughout the Pike Road community!


K- Kickoff Random Acts of Kindness Week MONDAY

(Showing support for your favorite sports team.)


I- Inspire someone to by kind TUESDAY

(Dress as your favorite superhero and inspire others to be Kindness Superheroes.)


N- Neon bright WEDNESDAY

(Make the world a bright place by sharing kindness.)


D- Dive into kindness THURSDAY

(Dress in your favorite tropical wear or sea life as we dive into kindness.)


Friendly FRIDAY Twins Day

(Pair up with a friend and dress alike.)


Please be sure that learners stay within our dress code guidelines throughout the week.

Valentines For Veterans from The Town of Pike Road

Last year the Town of Pike Road collected 1,500 Valentines For Veterans! They are hoping to collect even more this year, but we cannot do it without YOUR help! We would like to invite you to help us Share the Love! You can easily do so by dropping off a card (or two) in the large box located in the lobby of Town Hall. We will be collecting cards until Friday, February 12. You can drop them off between 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. weekdays. The Town of Pike Road will be sending these cards to local veterans who are hospitalized or being cared for through the Montgomery and Tuskegee Veterans Medical Centers. If you know of others who would like to join this effort, feel free to share this with them! More Cards=More Love. We look forward to seeing all the colorful acts of kindness that come in!
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Multicultural Festival and Taste of the World PTSA Meeting on February 25 at 6:00 p.m.

The flyer below was sent home with your child. Let us know if you need another flyer.
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Scroll to the end of the newsletter for more announcements

Patriot Playground

All of our Patriots want to give a big THANK YOU to A&C Construction and Central Alabama Lawn Care for helping us with our Patriot Playground!

POPPIE

Preparing Our Preschool Patriots In Every way!

Community K

Mr. Henry explored the properties of a bowling ball with learners.

Touring the PRS Kitchen and Learning about How Things Work with Mr. Danny

Community 1

Students researched and wrote facts about influential people. Then they made 3D presentations on iPads.

Community 2

Community 3

Community three worked together to mesh their map skills and geometry skills to create a city!
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Community 4

Challenging other learners to divide their chocolate chip cookie into an equivalent fraction.

Learners created their interpretation of the Plessy vs. Ferguson ruling

and learned how this has impacted the lives of African Americans.

Community 5

Community 6

Thanks Community Six for sharing your learning with everyone at PRS!

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Community Six Presentation to the Board of Education

Community six presented their mathematical data and survey results; they also made recommendations as to where and how hooks (for backpacks and coats) should be installed at PRS.

On February 26th, Community Six will host A Day at the Museum: Honoring African American History. The community will be invited to view exhibits and all performances will take place from 1:30 - 2:30.

Community 7

Community 8

Designing and building balloon racers

Health and Wellness

Intramural sports for communities five and six started this week! Go Patriots!

Visitors from the Alabama Department of Education

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Admiring Community One's Aquarium (a work in progress).

Soon other ocean creatures will join the life-size scuba diver.

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Visitors interacting with learners who are designing cars using K'Nex.

They plan to use a balloon to propel their cars to see whose car goes the farthest.

Health and Wellness Equipment Drive

PRS is graciously accepting new or used equipment to help enhance the Health and Wellness program. Any equipment that is in working condition will be greatly appreciated. Donated items can be brought to Coach Klinger in the Gym between 7:00 and 8:15 a.m. Suggested Items: basketballs, soccer balls, footballs, volleyballs, kickballs, yoga mats, wiffle golf balls, 14 foot jump ropes, ping pong balls, bean bags, hula hoops and stacking cups.

*Don't forget to always wear appropriate shoes to Health and Wellness.

Checking out Prior to Dismissal

Learning takes place at PRS every moment of the day. We understand there are circumstances that necessitate early check-out. If you are going to check out your child, please do so no later than 2:25 to prevent congestion and interruptions to our daily dismissal process. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

PTSA Cookie Dough Fund Raiser

All orders and money due on February 12th.

The cookie dough will be available for pickup Thursday March 3rd. YOU MUST COME TO THE SCHOOL TO PICK UP YOUR ORDERS! We will not allow any student to take the dough home on the bus. We will be sure to sure to accommodate as many families as possible with pick up times. If you have any questions, please email Summer Rice at summermouse@gmail.com


Thank you so much for your continued support of Pike Road's PTSA!

Come Join us for Breakfast on Fridays for Pike Road Papas (and Mama are welcome too)!

This is an opportunity for Dads (and Moms) to get involved in the lives of our students. You can eat with your children and with others who tend to gather around visiting Dads and Moms. Come share your family's love with the Pike Road Family.

Breakfast for adults costs $2.50 and breakfast for learners cost $2.00.

Montgomery American Baseball & Softball Registration

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Come out and support our Patriots! Scroll to the end of the newsletter (see Patriot) for athletic schedules.

February 11 at 6:00 - Community 5 Systems Expo for Parents

February 15 - Professional Learning Day - No School for Students

February 25 at 6:00 p.m. - Multicultural Festival and Taste of the World PTSA Meeting

February 26 - Community Six A Day at the Museum: Honoring African American History

The community will be invited to view exhibits throughout the day and live performances will take place from 1:30 - 2:30.

March 2 at 8:00 a.m. - PTSA Board Meeting

March 3 - Cookie Dough Pick up

March 7 at 6:00 p.m. - School Board Meeting

March 21-25 - Spring Break

March 28 - Professional Learning Day - No School for Students

April 4 at 6:00 p.m. - School Board Meeting

April 5 at 8:00 a.m. - PTSA Board Meeting

Save the Date - April 5 at 6:00 for a Special Community Event . . . more details coming soon!

April 25 - Professional Learning Day - No School for Students

April 28 - Field Day for Kindergarten through Community Six

April 29 - Field Day for Communities Seven and Eight

May 2 at 8:00 A.M. - PTSA Board Meeting

May 2-6 - Lead Learner Appreciation Week

May 2 at 6:00 p.m. - School Board Meeting

May 26 - Last Day of School for Learners

Email Addresses for Lead Learners

Select your child's lead learner to send an email.

Community Websites

Link to each Community's Website: http://www.pikeroadschools.org/?DivisionID=20934

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