A look back at March
A message from the Principal
Looking back, I'd have to say the month of March was a huge success! Our literacy and learning night was amazing! I want to thank everyone who came and celebrated our kids. Another big thank you to our amazing staff for organizing the event!
Looking ahead to the month of April, a couple of reminders:
April 20th will be our first ever ALL elementary family night. We are so excited to share that evening with our Garfield families and friends. For more specific details, check out the flyer in this newsletter or on our Facebook page. (The link is at the bottom of the page!) If you can't decide whether or not to attend...the prizes that have been donated from all around the community are unbelievable!
Wednesday, April 18th is the start of Forward testing. 3rd and 4th grade students take the Wisconsin Forward test. The testing dates are April 18-20 and April 23-27. We will send a parent letter home with more specific details in the upcoming weeks. Wondering how you can help increase the likelihood for success during testing time from home? A big home support is to ensure your child has a good night's rest and a well balanced breakfast. While the teachers work to give our students brain power, our parents and guardians can help to supply the brains with the energy needed to think! Home and school working together make a great team!
Until next month, enjoy spring!
Ms. Cassandra Schultz
Dates to Remember
April 9 End of Third Quarter
April 9 PTO meeting 6:30 in teachers workroom
April 16 NO SCHOOL
April 20 FAMILY FUN NIGHT at Marinette High School
April 18-27 3rd & 4th grade--Forward Testing
April 4 Brewer/Baseball Day
April 11 Crazy Sock Day
April 18 Tie Dye Day
April 25 Your Favorite Color Day
More Dates to remember
May 11 Early Release @ 11:30
May 28 No School-MEMORIAL DAY
June 8 LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
WHAT'S HAPPENING AT GARFIELD
CHARACTER TRAIT WINNERS--GRIT
Edward won a bike for correctly answering the Why Attendance Matters questions.
Megan also won a bike for correctly answering the Why Attendance Matters questions.
SPIRIT STICK WINNERS, MRS. SMITH'S CLASS
'PROPELLED BY GOOD CHARACTER' March winners
Library News....please DOWNLOAD the LINK below
Green Bay Bullfrogs Reading Incentive
What do you need to do?
The only thing you need to do at home is encourage your child to read as much as possible.
IMPORTANT TICKET INFORMATION
The Green Bay Bullfrogs Reading Incentive is wrapping up. The challenge was for every Garfield student to read outside of the classroom. All students that participated have earned 2 tickets to a Green Bay Bullfrog game. To help cover the cost of additional family members, our PTO is planning the Garfield Friends and Family Night the same day. Order forms are coming home TODAY for both the free tickets for students and the PTO's discounted tickets. The Green Bay Bullfrogs game to use the tickets is set for Sunday, June 3rd for a 1:05 game (Gates are open at 12:05pm). If you cannot make that game, your free tickets can be used on a selected list of other home games (5/31, 6/1, 6/7, 6/21, 6/23 or 6/24)
The Garfield Friends and Family Night tickets are $15. That includes a hot dog, soda, Bullfrogs hat, ticket, and lots of fun!!!! What a Deal! That order form is also coming home today! Go to www.greenbaybullfrogs.com click BuyTickets in the upper right corner and enter PromoCode: GARFIELD.... Tickets can also be purchased by calling 920-497-7225.
If there is enough interested families wanting to attend, the PTO has offered to provide bus transportation to Green Bay. Ticket Delivery for both types of tickets (free or specially priced) can be picked up at WILL CALL (which is free) or mailed home for an additional fee... Teachers will not be handling the tickets. Garfield Elementary will not have any tickets to sell or deliver.
The Reading Connection
The Reading Connection is a newsletter designed to suggest fun activities and books to parents/caregivers that promote positive literacy experiences outside of the school environment. Watch each month for a new Reading Connection Newsletter filled with fun literacy focused things to try at home!
PTO FAMILY FUN NIGHT
Bryton created his own drum set in Purposeful Play.
Second graders took a trip to the Post Office to mail letters they wrote in their letter writing unit.
Yuvraj won a prize from the Student Council for his colored Easter Egg.
AGES 7 and 8
• If interested in playing 2018 season we encourage you to sign up
• A pitching machine in used for girls for batting
• Get to play infield and outfield positions
• Girls ages 7-8 with birthdays before 1/1/2010 and 1/1/2011
• Games are Monday's and Wednesdays(2 games per week)
• Game times are 4:45 and 6:15 at the complex by Marinette HighSchool
• Season starts mid May and ends in early July.
If interested or have questions please call MYBI phone at 715 -732-6399 or Sue at 715-330-0018.