Elkton Elementary School Memo
Visit from Josh Pate
October is Bullying Awareness and Prevention Month
Month of October
Mark Your Calendar
Earthquake (Shakeout) Drill- October 17
Race for Education- Oct. 18
Red Ribbon Week- Oct. 21-24
Unity Day- Oct. 23
Shenadoah Valley High Rollers- October 24
Count on Kids
Race for Education - October 18, 2019
Students will walk or jog around Stonewall park as many times as they are able in one hour's time. Students and classes will also have an opportunity to receive a number of prizes based on their participation in Race for Education.
Specific instructions are contained in the material that will come home with your child. Please join us at the park for this special event.
Race Times- October 18, 2019
Pre-school/Kindergarten/First Grade- 9:00-10:00
School and Home Connection
Help Your Child Recognize the Signs of Bullying
Safety in the Online Community
Helping Your Child Understand Cyberbullying
EES Night at Mamma Mia's every Wednesday!
Mamma Mia's in Shenandoah! 540-652-6062
Teaching Kitchen Items Needed
October is Celebrating Differences Month
Joshua R. Pate is a professor at James Madison University. His research is in sports for people with disabilities with an emphasis on the experiences of individuals and media coverage. Pate has published more than 30 research manuscripts and book chapters, and delivered more than 60 research presentations at national or international conferences. He collaborates with the U.S. Department of State and the University of Tennessee in their joint Global Sport Mentoring Program focused on developing leaders in disability sports from around the world. Pate received his Ph.D. in sport management from the University of Tennessee in 2012. Josh does not let cerebral palsy keep him from pursuing adventure. He enjoys snow skiing, water skiing, and hand cycling.
RCPS looking for Bus Drivers
You have noticed that Mr. Dean, bus driver, has had to do double runs. This is because the county can't find sub. drivers.
ERHS Boy Scout Partners with our Kindergarten and Second Grade Classes
Morning Drop off at the Alley
Reminder that students may not be dropped off before 7:50. If you arrive before then, your child must stay in the car until 7:50 and you see the teacher on duty at the alley. This is for safety reasons.
Paper Tigers- A movie about the effects of childhood Trauma (for adults only)
Click on the link below for a summary of the movie and the flyer about the event. It will be shown at the four local high schools on different nights. You are welcome to attend any of them.