The Peine Pride
FALL PARTY TIME
Time: 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
We will only be allowing one food item and one drink item to be served in each classroom. This will be coordinated between the classroom teacher and room parents. This will help us better control the amount of food, risk of allergies, and amount of time staff loses checking food labels on party days.
All parents attending parties need to bring a valid ID. In order to attend parties, guests must be on our approved list of volunteers or not be on the Sex Offender Registry List.
During our Fall Party, we do allow students to dress up. Please be mindful of the following costume guidelines:
- No masks
- No weapons
- Nothing scary or gory
- Must be school appropriate
If you are unsure if a costume idea is school appropriate, please run it by your classroom teacher first.
Also, remember you may not bring any food to share with any other students in the cafeteria. You may bring food for your own child if you wish.
Morning Arrival Parent Expectations
At any time during the school day, we ask that parents sign in the office and wear a visitor's sticker. Please know our staff is told to ask adults without a Wentzville ID Badge or a Peine Ridge Visitor Sticker why they are in the building. We are doing this to keep our students and staff safe throughout the building. Please always remember to have your visitor badge visible
- 10/10- 3rd Grade Field Trip to Busch Wildlife
- 10/11 Kindergarten Field Trip to Pumpkins Galore
- 10/14 Late Start
10/18 Early Release
10/18 PTO Trunk or Treat
10/23 Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30- 8:00 pm
10/24 Parent/Teacher Conferences 10:00 am- 8:00 pm
- 10/25 No School
- 10/28 Late Start
- 10/28- 10/31 Red Ribbon Week
- 10/29 Picture Re-Take Day
- 10/31 Fall Parties 2:00 pm
- 11/1 PD day NO School
- Our 3rd Annual Panther Prowl Walk-A- Thon was a success! The students and staff had a blast walking and dancing on Friday, September 20th. Thank you to all the volunteers who came out to help with the event! Also, a BIG thank you to everyone for getting their donations! Peine Ridge earned $16,987.90! Isibindi was our Top-Earning house with a total of $5,286.74. Our individual Top Leading Student was 2nd Grader Owen Hunn with a whopping total of $767.00. Thank you to all the students who participated a met the school goal.
- On September 10th, We celebrated our grandparents! This event was a success. Students were able to enjoy a donut and juice with their grandparents before escorting them to their classroom to show them around.
- This month's event...Trunk or Treat! Stay tuned for further details!
PBIS House Update:
The 2019-2020 school year is off to a great start. Classes are learning about and following Peine’s 25. These are 25 Life Rules to Follow that will help us be respectful citizens of our community. September Scholars were just announced and we are crazy proud!. To become a scholar, your child’s grade level nominates ONE student each month from the entire grade level that is doing an exceptional job academically. This student also is an outstanding role model for our school even when no one is watching! Way to go September Scholars. Teachers and students participated in Rock Your School Day this month! It was exciting to see all the engagement and smiles from Peine Ridge.
Remember that every Friday is House Day! Wear your House colors to show your school spirit!! BE Different, BE Nice!
Notes from the Nurse
Some Facts About Head Lice
Where children are present and playing, there is always the possibility of the presence of pediculus humanus capitis (head lice), which means there is a potential for there to be lice at school.
The WSD has aligned nurse practices with both the American Academy of Pediatrics and the National Association of School Nurses and we ask that parents keep the following information in mind:
Lice are not a disease.
Lice do not reflect unsanitary homes or students.
Lice are absolutely an inconvenience.
By detecting lice early, both parents and nurses can get ahead in the process.
Listed below are links to the American Academy of Pediatrics and the
National Association of School Nurses. There is also a video on what to look for when assessing if your child has head lice.
September Scholars of the Month
Scholars of the Month are chosen by the grade level team. These students have shown exemplary behavior in all areas during the school day. Congratulations to the following students for being chosen as the September Scholars of the Month:
Kindergarten- Khaleed Owens
Khaleed is a remarkable young man. He is hardworking and compassionate. Each day, Khaleed exemplifies the big three and is an example to his peers. Khaleed is a friend to all and his smile brightens up any room he walks into.
First Grade- Eli Fletcher
Eli is such a kind friend, hard worker and helpful student! He is always willing to jump in and help his peers and teachers. Eli works hard all day, every day! He is a role model and consistently makes strong choices. I am so proud of Eli's hard work in reading, writing, math, and science. He is an amazing friend and everyone loves being around him!
Second Grade- Raymie Lore
Raymie is our choice for 2nd Grade Scholar of the Month! Raymie came to second grade 100% ready to learn; since day one! She had no transition period whatsoever. Raymie is a diligent worker, patient, and an excellent friend. She does exactly what is expected of her every day. Additionally, Raymie is absolutely hilarious and makes us laugh all the time with her goofy sense of humor! She is such a joy to have in my classroom. Thanks for everything you do, Raymie!
Third Grade- Dylan Sutter
Dylan works hard in class. Dylan sets a good example within the classroom. Dylan likes to be challenged and can be very helpful towards his classmates.
Fourth Grade- Madison Brannan
Madison comes to school with a great attitude every day. She is focused and always wants to learn more. Whenever she is given a task to complete she always exceeds expectations. Madison works great with her peers and is a great problem solver. Keep up the great work!
Fifth Grade-Trent Besselman
Trent is Fifth Grade’s choice for Scholar of the Month. He is such a kind young man. He always comes to class prepared and sets a good example for others. Trent is a hard worker and often offers to help others. His pleasant demeanor makes him a joy to be around. He also has a good sense of humor and is friendly to everyone. Keep up the great work, Trent!
Sixth Grade-Charles Washington
Sixth grade has chosen Charles Washington as our Scholar Of the Month. Charles is a very kind and considerate student that also works so hard in the classroom. Charles always seems to have his hand up ready to offer up great answers and is the first person in class to help out a peer. On top of being hard-working and kind, Charles always has a smile on his face and can be seen joking with teachers and students alike. We are proud to have Charles on our 6th-grade team!
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