Vol 2.13: Welcoming March
We are asking for families to help get our students ready for these assessments in the following ways:
- Encourage students to get some fresh air by playing outdoors after school
- Be diligent about a good bedtime for a full night of sleep
- Provide students a hearty breakfast or send them to school at 6:55 as we serve breakfast for free to any/all students. (Some 3-5 classrooms have even arranged to have breakfast food from our school's program delivered to their room)
Thank you for your support. Our student success translates to our rating on the Wisconsin School Report Card where we've been recognized by DPI as a outstanding school 4 of the last 6 years!
School Make Up Calendar
Summer School Registration
Information for Families
- Summer School registration will be online. Grewenow will have a laptop in the office for families to register during conferences.
- Our summer school session is held at Southport. Families can drop their child off at Grewenow and a bus will take students to Southport (7:45AM) and bring them back to Grewenow (12:15PM)
- Dates this year are June 24 – July 26 (No classes on July 4)
- Times 8:00 - Noon each day.
- The focus of the session is math and reading, though many teachers also do fun inquiry activities as well.
Grewenow Movie Night- March 22, 2019. Ralph Breaks the Internet.
Friday, March 22.
Doors open at 6 PM.
Wear your pajamas and bring a seat cushion.
Pizza, popcorn and water will be available for purchase.
Questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Grewenow values kindness. As such, we try to provide our students with concrete examples on how to show kindness to one another.
Below, is a movie list that we hope you will find helpful in promoting discussions on kindness with your children.
Kenosha ATOD Awareness Week
School Attendance Policy
A child cannot be excused more than ten (10) days in a full school year. As per Wisconsin State Statutes, all absences beyond ten (10) days would be marked unexcused and treated accordingly. Any days missed after the 10 days, no matter at what point during the school year, will need a medical excuse for each day they missed after that 10th day. If a medical note is not received, the days are marked unexcused or truant.
Sick Day Guidelines
Should I keep my child home or send him/her to school?
School guidelines advise a child stay home if he/she:
Has a fever of 100 degrees or higher
Has been vomiting or has diarrhea
Has very red, irritated eye(s)
Has a rash not evaluated by a medical provider
Has head lice or nits
Has symptoms that keep him/her from participating in school, such as:
Deep or uncontrollable cough and sneezing
Severe pain from ear ache, stomach ache, body aches or headache
WI state law (118.15) states that a child may not be excused for more than 10 days in a school year.
Fever (100 degrees or higher):
Keep your child home until his/her fever has been gone without medicine for 24 hours.
Vomiting or diarrhea:
Keep your child home for 24 hours after the last time he/she vomited or had diarrhea and is eating a normal diet.
Keep your child home at least 24 hours after the first dose of antibiotic.
We often have many ill children and adults coming to school, and each one is passing their sickness to others.
Please help others from becoming ill by keeping your child home while they are sick.
For more information, please contact the school nurse.
HELP WANTED: Volunteers Needed!
We need you...yes you!
Parents/Caregivers are a vital part of our school community and there are many opportunities at Grewenow for you to get involved in. From helping out in our classrooms to planning a school event. We value those in our student's lives and want you to feel welcomed to participate in all that goes on at Grewenow.
Sign up today! Call Ms. Ozimek at 262-359-7405
This link will take you to classroom webpages where our teachers post classroom resources and newsletters.
Click the Button below to download this month's Prevention Services Network (PSN) Family Resource Newsletter which was shared with you courtesy of Mrs. Wideman, our school social worker/guidance counselor.
Grewenow Family & Teacher Community
Join this group in helping support the education programming and making a difference for the students at Grewenow!
Find more information and follow them on Facebook by clicking the link here.
Grewenow Family & Teacher Community (GFTC) Meeting
Wednesday, April 10th, 6-8pm
7714 20th Avenue
RSVPs are enabled for this event.