Marylin Avenue Newsletter

May 21,2021


Don't forget that you can translate this newsletter into many languages once you have opened it in S'more by clicking on translate under Accessibility in the upper right of the newsletter.

No olvide que puede traducir este boletín a muchos idiomas una vez que lo haya abierto en S'more haciendo clic en traducir en Accesibilidad en la parte superior derecha del boletín.

State Testing

Third through fifth grade students have one more week of testing. In person students test in the morning at school and distance learning students come to school in the afternoon to test. Your child's teacher should have already shared the testing schedule with you. Please contact the office if you have any questions.

Mask contest

Students have until tomorrow to send in a picture of the mask to Please include the student's full name, grade level, teacher, and description of their mask. Student leadership will be judging masks next week and announce the winners in the Friday Announcements.
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Leader in Me Family Journey

Here are ways you can practice Leader in Me in your family. Follow the chart for each habit.

Open House

This year we will have a virtual Open House. A slide show is being created including all classrooms. The link will be texted and emailed later next week to parents and students.

Summer School

This year enrollment in summer school is based on reading assessments that were done during class time. Please check your email for summer school invitations. If you have any questions, please call the office at 606-4724 or email Ms. Nathanson

Dental Screening

Next week first graders will participate in dental screening. This is normally done in kindergarten but students were in distance learning last year. A notice should have come home with your student this week. The form only needs to be returned if you don't want your student to participate.

End of the Year

We have three weeks left to this school year, 13 days to be precise We have many things planned so please check your email regularly for news from your child's teacher or the principal.