March 2019

Wednesday, March 13th 2019

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Sato Elementary School

Our mission is to provide active, relevant, educational experiences that foster globally minded innovative citizens in and out of the classroom. Our students will think creatively and take risks as they apply knowledge and skills to future endeavors.

Important Dates

  • Wednesday, March 13th - Volunteer Meet & Greet 7-8pm TONIGHT
  • Thursday, March 14th - Volunteer Meet & Greet 9-10am TOMORROW
  • Monday, March 18th - SECO general Meeting 6:30 w/ Internet Safety Presentation at 7:00pm
  • March 25th-March 29th - SPRING BREAK
  • Monday, April 1st - Welcome Back (No! this is not an April Fool's joke!)
  • Thursday, April 4th - STEAM Night, see details below
  • Friday, April 5th - Grading Day for Teachers, no school for students
  • Thursday, April 11th - Kindergarten Round Up 4:00-5:00 see details below
  • Friday, April 12th - POPCORN
  • Friday, April 12th - Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast, see details below
  • Wednesday April 17th - Evening Parent/Teacher Conferences (normal early release school day for students)
  • Thursday, April 18th - Parent/Teacher Conferences throughout the day ,No school for students
  • Friday, April 19th - No School for students and staff


Information on signing up for Parent/Teacher Conferences will be sent out soon.

Volunteering at Sato!

Have you been wondering how you can get more involved? Do you have an hour once a week or once a month? Please join us in the cafeteria to learn more about the amazing opportunities and meet the SECO board! Language helpers will be there so please bring a friend and join us tonight or tomorrow morning.

Volunteer Meet & Greet TONIGHT 3/13 from 7:00-8:00pm and Thursday morning from 9:00-10:00 am.

STEAM NIGHT 2019 Thursday, April 4th 6-8pm

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Full STEAM Night Brochure Attached below.

Kinder Round Up for the 2019-20 School Year

Do you have a pre-schooler at home, or know of families who do? If so, please join us and/or encourage your neighbors and friends to join us on April 11th from 4:00-5:00pm.
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Coming soon to a school near you........... Volunteer Appreciation!!

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A Message from our School Nurse

Head lice is always present in our community. Lice is most common among preschool and elementary school aged children. Although, head lice is rarely transmitted from student to student at school.


What are head lice?

Head lice are tiny insects about the size of a sesame seed. Lice do not jump or fly; they do not have wings. They live close to the human scalp. The eggs, also called nits, are tiny, tear-drop shaped eggs are attached to the hair shaft. Nits often appear like dandruff but cannot be removed easily or brushed off. An itchy head is a common symptom of lice. Although lice can be annoying and icky, lice are not dangerous and are not known to spread disease.


Who is affected by head lice?

Head lice are not related to cleanliness or hygiene. Head lice are mostly spread by direct head-to-head contact—for example, during play at home, slumber parties, sports activities or camp. Less often, lice are spread via objects that have been in recent contact with a person with head lice, such as hats, scarves, hair ribbons, combs, brushes, stuffed animals or bedding.


What to do if you suspect your child has head lice?

If you think your child has head lice, it’s important to talk to a healthcare provider or pharmacist to discuss the best treatment approach for your family. Please contact your child’s school, as they have information regarding treatment and prevention of head lice.

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SECO Presents:

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Notify Us!

If you sign your child up for an after school program, please notify both your child(ren)'s teacher(s) and the front office. Thank you so much for your support in this!
After School Activities

This button will take you to the District's Approved Flyers. Scroll down to Sato to view current After School Activity options and flyers.

Sunset Credit Union Savings Program

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