June Bulldog Bulletin

Adams Elementary

Character Education…Our Shared Responsibility

Dear Families,

Character education teaches the habits of thought and deeds that help people live and work together as families, friends, neighbors, communities, and nations. Our staff at Adams Elementary are looking for students who are demonstrating Fortitude, which is our character word this month.

Please encourage your child to practice each word of the month. There is a different character word each month. Teachers recognize one student every month who stands out demonstrating each trait.

Helping Kids Focus | Headspace Breathers | Mindfulness for Kids and Families

Word of the Month


A state or condition permitting clear perception or understanding.

June Events/ Dates to Remember

June 9: Kinder Promotion at 1:15 pm

June 10: Treaty Day (No School)

June 14: Preschool Promotion at 2:00 pm (Mrs. Wallace and Mrs. Hannon Renteria)

June 15: Preschool Promotion at 2:00 pm (Mrs. Manz)

June 15: 5th Grade Promotion at 1:15 pm

June 17: Last Day of School - Early release (12:00pm)

Mrs. Perez's Update

50 Fun Summer Activities for Your Kids

Here are a few of the 50 fun summer activities listed. Below the link is provided for the rest of the fun activities.

  1. Bike rides. Take your kids out for a fun bike ride, either near your house, or if the kids are older, take them on a bike trail. Since it’s a hot summer day, make sure to bring water!
  2. Make ice cream. There isn’t a kid (or parent) in the world who would refuse ice cream on a hot summer day. This is a great kids activity in which parents can easily monitor. Here’s a great guide on creating your very own vanilla ice cream.
  3. Meet friends at the local playground. Call up your friends and let the kids hang out together at a local playground, where they can play on swing sets, merry go rounds, and more.
  4. Have a picnic at a local or state park. Getting kids together for a picnic at a local or state park can be a fun group activity. Just make sure to find some shade!
  5. Sidewalk chalk murals. Get some fun colored chalk for your kids and you can create some really fun chalk murals and designs. Here are a few cool designs for inspiration.
  6. Backyard camping. Your kids may be too small to go camping at a campsite or park, but why not start in the backyard?
  7. Backyard stargazing. Put out a few blankets and lie down in your backyard, and gaze upon the stars. Show your kids how to locate Orion’s Belt and many other stars. Here’s a great stargazing guide.
  8. Check out the local county fair. Most major cities will have some sort of carnival or county fair which will definitely delight your kids.
  9. Kids science experiments. If your kids want to stay indoors, no problem – increase their brain power and curiosity with these awesome fun and easy science experiments for kids!
  10. Local tennis camp. Tennis is one of those sports that most kids don’t get to play during the school year. But your town likely has a fun kids tennis camp that your kid can enjoy.

RX Fundraising


Just a friendly reminder.

Please take a moment to support Adams Elementary School and our students.

Click on our school link. Even if you fill one prescription, it will help us raise funds. Please forward and share.


Mrs. Russell's Update

Keeping hand to themselves

Dear parents,

We are reacting out to all parent in this Newsletter to please talk to your student about keeping their hands to themselves and how to practice respecting boundaries. Please talk to your student about respecting other people boundaries and having their boundaries respected. Please teach them that no one is allowed their body and how to keep themselves safe.

If you have question or concerns please contact one of our school counselors.

Nurse's Corner

Medication at school

Happy Summer!

If your student has medication at school, please remember to pick it up to take home on the last day of school (July 17, 2022). We will need a new medication form signed by your provider for the next school year.

Also, if your student has dietary restrictions/accommodations, you will also need to submit a new form completed and signed by your child's provider.

Have a safe and fun summer and don't forget your sunscreen!!

Salmonella outbreak from peanut butter

Washington State Department of Health (DOH) is working with local and federal public health partners to investigate a case of Salmonella that is likely linked to consuming contaminated Jif® brand peanut butter products.

Below we have provided the link for more information.

Office Tips


Dear Parents,

Attendance is a key factor to having your child succeed in school. Therefore, it is very important that your child is at school on time. . . EVERYDAY. Students who miss just one or two days of school each month can fall seriously behind and lead to doing poorly in school and are more likely to not graduate. Every absence even if it is excused matters. They are missing learning when they are not here.

You are key to improving your child’s attendance.

On the flyer below there are a couple tips on how your child can be at school on time.


Your Office Staff

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School Hours

Monday school hours are from 8:45am to 2:15pm. Tuesday to Friday they are from 8:45am to 3:15am. The earliest times you are able to drop off student will be at 8:00am Monday to Friday. Breakfast always starts at 8:15am so feel free to send your student for breakfast if possible. Please make sure to pick up your students right after school, no later the 2:45pm on Mondays and by 3:45pm, Tuesday to Friday.

Early check out on Mondays will be no later then 2:00pm. From Tuesday to Friday it will end no later then 3:00pm. Students will not longer be released after, parents will have to wait patiently for the student to be released by their teacher.

If for some reason you have an emergency and are not able to pick up your student on time, please give the office a call at (509)573-5100 and we will hold them in the office until they are picked up by

Thank you,

Adams Office Staff

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