Erin School Friday Folder
February 22, 2019
February 25- Week of, 5th & 6th Boys Basketball Conference Tournament
February 28-Solo Ensemble Festival 5th-8th Grade
March 4- Week of, 7th & 8th Boys Basketball Conference Tournament
March 7- Jazz Night
March 8- Spring Picture Day
March 11- NO SCHOOL- Professional Learning Day
March 12- Volleyball practice begins
March 12-Boys Basketball Recognition Night 6PM
March 14- 8th Grade History Night 6:30-8PM
Dr. Seuss' Birthday!
We are celebrating Dr. Seuss' Birthday Monday, March 4th
Crazy dress, a parade, and a fun group picture!See Flyer for all the fun details!
RC Car Club
Join the fun now! Free drive time, games, races, build-your-own-ramp events, competitions,
and even a possible FIELD TRIPS TO RC CAR PLACES!
See Flyer for sign up details!
Please see Max Schippers or Dr. Kriewaldt for additional information!
Six Flags Reading Logs
New Interactive Safety Resource Available!
Interact is an online, interactive e-course created for parents and guardians to complete with their children with the goal of sparking basic online safety discussions in the home. This 30 minute module provides parents with the opportunity to review their own tech use to set a good example; interactive activities to complete alongside their children; and follow-up resources and activities to keep the discussions going.
This e-course gives parents the opportunity to set themselves up as the trusted adult in their child’s life. If the child sees something online they don’t understand or that makes them uncomfortable, they know they have someone to reach out to. The e-course even provides some ideas on how to start and continue these discussions, along with some bonus tips to help break the ice on awkward topics!
Be your child’s trusted adult. Interact, and stay safe!
Spring PIcture Day
SAY CHEESE! Friday, March 8th-
Forms will be sent home the week of February 25th.
Please select a background and return the form to the photographer on Picture Day. All students will have their pictures taken and will receive a portrait package a few weeks later that can be purchased or returned.
Because the school receives $$ for each student photographed all students will have their pictures taken.
Fun Fair Silent Auction 2019
Join us Saturday, April 13th
Believe it or not the annual Fun Fair is coming up fast!!!! For those of you who have not experienced it before, the Fun Fair is the biggest PTC annual fundraiser of the year. It takes place here on April 13th and is a huge to-do. It is a carnival type event with games, prizes, food, bingo, and a large silent auction. I have been in charge of the silent auction part of the fair for many years. Lots of time and energy is put into it. Each grade has a theme and we ask families to donate items that go with that theme if they are able. These items are used to help fill the baskets that are auctioned off on that day. (These classroom flyers are attached) I also get many donations from outside businesses; who very generously donate a variety of items.
There are many families within our school who own their own businesses or have some type of home based business. (For example;Tupperware,Thirty-One, LuLaRoe, etc.) There are also some who might like to donate a specific item(s) from your family. If any of this applies to you and you would like to make some sort of donation to this year’s silent auction, please let me know. Please do not feel obligated or feel as though you have to donate. This is just to let you know who to contact if you are interested in doing so.
Thank you very much.
Mrs. Deann Schultz (4K)
262-673-3720 ex. 4108
4K Theme: Family Fun
5K Theme: Disney/Superhero
1st Gr. Theme: Star Wars
2nd Gr. Theme: Family Games and Puzzles
3rd Gr. Theme: Relax At Home
4th Gr. Theme: Wisconsin Sports Teams
5th Gr. Theme: Outdoor Cooking and Camping
Middle School Theme: Money and Gift Cards
Check This Out!
-Personal Protection Seminar at Hartford High School
-Hartford Park and Rec: Youth Football Registration
-Hartford bus driver shortage. Interested?
-Erin Soccer Spring Registration
-Child and Adolescent Resilience presented by Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, PA
The teen world can be an extremely stressful one, filled with academic, social, interpersonal, and familial demands, sometimes challenging, sometimes overwhelming. As parents we understand that roadblocks, challenges, periods of frustration will occur. Knowing this, how do we help our children face these times with courage, a clear mind, and a positive attitude? How do we help them, not only to “bounce back”, but also, to thrive during these difficult times?
As one of the nation’s leading authorities in the field of Child and Adolescent Resilience, Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg, opens his "tool kit" and offers practical ideas and step by step, concrete strategies for building resilience in our children by developing Competence, Confidence, Connection, Character, Contribution, Coping and Control. Learn how to develop your teen’s personal guide to manage stress. These preventive strength- building strategies may make young people less likely to turn to the quick easy fixes we fear (sex, drugs, self harm, eating disorders among others).
Dr. Ginsburg, a nationally renowned pediatrician, specializing in Adolescent Medicine at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Pa., is a leading authority on developing resilience in children and adolescents by creating strategies to build upon their already present strengths. He seeks to bring focus upon the impact of stress on our children and to redefine perceptions of "success". Register Here
-Our Town By Thornton Wilder Performance- Details here.
-Parent Empowerment Series: MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS. A presentation will be held February 28th at Central Middle School. See Flyer.
-Hartford Rec Dept Middle School Event "Stuck At The Movies"
-Monches Rec baseball- Sign up here
-Erin Rec Baseball! Sign Up Here
-A Conversation About Sex Trafficking. Click here