Hello, Parkwood Families!
Happy March! I am so happy that spring is right around the corner. It seems we have avoided many major weather issues this winter and hopefully that will continue for the next few weeks.
We have many activities and events scheduled throughout the month of March. The month of March focuses on the Character Education Pillar: Fairness. Being a fair person means you treat people in a way that does not favor one person over another. At Parkwood, we celebrate fairness by looking for opportunities to include others, listening to our friend's thoughts and ideas and congratulating others when they do well. Please wear orange on Wednesday, March 2 to support the color that represents Fairness. The Spring Scholastic Book Fair is this week and will run until Friday, March 4. Our 5th grade D.A.R.E. graduation is Tuesday, March 8 at 6:00pm. We look forward to an awesome start to our last quarter of the 21-22 school year on Monday, March 7! Report cards will come home on Friday, March 11.
Now that warm weather is right around the corner, please encourage your child to take a look in the lost and found if they are missing items of clothing, water bottles or lunch boxes.
Thank you for sharing your lovely children with us!
Great Things Are Happening at Parkwood!
Outstanding Educator and Classified Support Staff Awards
Do you know a Beavercreek City Schools’ educator or classified support staff member who consistently goes above and beyond in our schools and in the community? Then consider nominating that individual for the Beavercreek City Schools Outstanding Educator Award or Outstanding Classified Staff Member Award. Nominations are being accepted until Friday, March 4. Nomination forms and information can be found here: https://www.gocreek.org/page/outstanding-awards.
School Supply Drive - Jennings Creek Elementary
During the month of March, we will be holding a school supply drive and fundraiser for Jennings Creek Elementary School in Bowling Green, KY. This school and the surrounding area were hit by damaging tornadoes this past fall. This school became a “Ground Zero” for first responders and sheltered over 90 families during the aftermath of the tornadoes. Life in Bowling Green continues to be challenging and we are hopeful that we can help support their recovery in a big way!
The school supply drive will run from Feb. 28 through March 18th. If you are able to donate any of the items listed below, please send the new and prepackaged items in with your child. Classrooms donating the most number of items will earn a pizza party!
No. 2 pencils
The week of March 14-18th, we will have a Spirit Week revolving around the theme “Lucky.” During this week, students are encouraged to donate $1 to participate in the spirit wear activities. We will also be holding a classroom door decorating contest. The winning rooms will receive a classroom donut party! The money collected from this fundraiser will also go to Jennings Creek Elementary towards purchasing necessary items lost in the storms.
Anything that you are able to donate would be greatly appreciated! Students will also be coloring pictures and writing notes of encouragement to the students. It is our hope that these donations and notes will help to lift their spirits and help them get back to some small part of normalcy in their school.
Shine Award - Jax Olmeda
Jax is a great role model for all students in the classroom. He is a problem solver and
often tries to help friends figure out how to solve problems or answer questions in the
classroom. Jax displays the golden rule daily by treating everyone he comes in contact with respect, kindness, and a friendly smile. Jax always comes to school prepared. He is self motivated and always gives 110%. He is the person students look to in the class to see what they are supposed to be doing. We are truly lucky to have him at Parkwood.
Ms. Fisher's Class
Our 2nd Graders enjoyed the morning with London Bishop, Dayton Daily News reporter.
Ruby - Parkwood's Therapy Dog
Ruby reading with our students.
Our 4th graders celebrating Ohio.
Family Fun Day
March Positive Parenting Flyer
Kindergarten & New to the District First Grade Registration
Kindergarten Registration Info
March 1-3, 2022
7:30am – 5:00pm
Board of Education Office
**In the event of a calamity day KG registration will be held on March 15 or 16**
Kindergarten & New to the District First Grade Registration for the 2022-2023 School Year
Due to the pandemic and social distancing requirements, Beavercreek City Schools (BCS) will be holding kindergarten registration March 1 – 3, 2022 at the Board of Education office by appointment only (no children please). Families must complete online enrollment forms and sign up for an appointment via sign up genius (available Feb. 1). The dates for kindergarten registration are as follows:
March 1 – 7:30 am – 4:30 pm
March 2 – 7:30 am – 4:30 pm
March 3 – 7:30 am – 4:30 pm
Beginning February 1, please visit www.gocreek.org/kginfo to begin the online enrollment process. This webpage will direct you to the OneView link where you will create your parent account or sign in to your existing account. Once you are logged in, select the “New Student Registration” option. Once you have submitted your online enrollment information, please review the required documentation (listed below) and bring with you to your appointment.
ð Original/Certified Birth Certificate, Passport or Birth Record (no other documents are acceptable)
ð Custody documents if applicable (appointing custody, residential parent, etc.)
ð Adoption paperwork (Birth certificate listing adoptive parents or copy of adoption decree)
ð Immunization Records
ð Parent/Guardian must provide government issued I.D.
ð Proof of Residence (AES, CenterPoint or Water bill, not more than 60 days old – No other bills are acceptable)
o A new rental/lease agreement signed by the parent/guardian and the person or company renting the property can be used for initial registration (lease in effect for less than 45 days); however, a utility bill must be provided to the student’s school within 30 days of enrollment.
o A Residence Affidavit is required if the student meets any of the following criteria:
§ Student (less than 18 years of age) and parent/guardian are living with a family member or friend who resides within the district.
o A Superintendent Agreement form is required if any of the following criteria applies:
§ Parent/Guardian is in the process of building, purchasing or renting a home and is not physically residing at the address until after the registration process; a signed purchase contract or lease is still required and must show the approximate move in date. Per ORC, the occupancy date cannot exceed 90 calendar days from the student’s first day of school.
Kindergarten: Your child must be five years old on or before August 1st of the year in which he/she applies
First Grade (Newly Enrolling): Your child must be six years old on or before August 1st of the year in which he/she applies and must successfully complete kindergarten at an accredited program and be recommended by the teacher for advancement to the first grade
5th Grade Scheduling Information
Preschool Information for Parents
Preschool - Early Registration:
These forms will be coming home this week and are due by Feb. 24th. Families can complete early registration if they have a returning preschooler. Additionally, if they have a returning preschooler and have a younger sibling eligible for our preschool program, they can register the younger sibling as well.
Family Kindergarten Information Night:
The preschool program will be hosting an in-person Family Kindergarten Information Night on Thursday, Feb. 17th at the Preschool Center.
- 5:30-6:00pm - Tuition Paying Peers
- 6:30-7:00pm - Students on an IEP
While both presentations will be the same, families with students on an IEP may have questions that specifically relate to their child and how being on an IEP may look in kindergarten.
Both sessions will have a representative from the elementary team to help answer questions. If a family is unable to make the meeting, information will be sent home the following week.
STEAM Summer Camps 2022
Beavercreek Baseball Clinic
Join Our Team - School Bus Drivers
2021-2022 School Year Calendar
PTO Calendar of Events
Calendar of Events
February 28 - March 4
Scholastic Book Fair
Character Education Day - Fairness (Wear Orange)
PTO Meeting Parkwood IMC 6pm
End of the 3rd Quarter
1 Hour Early Dismissal
Spirit Night at Milanos 11am-11pm
D.A.R.E. Graduation 6:00pm
Report Cards Go Home
No School - Spring Break
Spirit Night at Don Patron
Spring Dance 5:30pm - 8:00pm
PTO Meeting Parkwood IMC 6pm
Spirit Days - Nothing Bundt Cake 9:00am - 6:00pm
Spirit Night - Skate World Kettering