Inspirations....

Flatonia Elementary Memo

Inspired this week by Poetry!

April brings National Poetry Month!

I hope you have time during this month to share poetry with your students. There's the all-time favorites like Dr. Seuss and Shel Silverstein, plus the undiscovered poets inside each of our students that are worth exploring.

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Reminders

  • Lesson Plans are due weekly by Monday morning.

  • Please be sure to hang your Pink Office Pocket out everyday!

Elementary Events this Week

Monday--

Tuesday--Campus Staff Meeting, 3:35 @ Psencik Lab

Wednesday--District Site Base Meeting, 3:45 @ Secondary Library

Thursday--Autism Awareness Day--Wear Turtle Wing or Blue Shirt

Friday--

Field Trip Photos

Tuesday, March 29--3rd Grade to La Grange Historic Sites

Wonderful Websites and Web 2.0 Resources

You Might want to check out Kids WordSmyth!


This is a great FREE site that provides dictionary and thesaurus that is student friendly! Lots of great resources to check out!

Spring Fever Remedies!

Check out this Blog Post on Spring Fever Remedies!

Perhaps you are returning from spring break or are just looking for a few spring fever remedies. I know this is the time of year when it is easy to have the tail wagging the dog. In April, my dog still had a way to go, so we might as well all go together... RIGHT?....... Click Here to continue reading

EAFK Character Trait: Discipline

The month of April, our character trait is Discipline.


Our next Knighting Ceremony will be Friday, May 13th.


Please complete the EAFK Survey Below, and thank you in advance for your feedback!

Nicole Ramirez, M.Ed. Principal

I strive to be a Connected Educator that uses my online PLN to access resources, ideas, and information. I often participate in Twitter Chats, visit blogs, and follow Educators online. I believe this helps me to grow professionally, and continually learn. I hope that the Inspirations Memo can provide you with ideas, information and resources you can use. I will aspire to be the Lead Learner for our Campus, and I hope you will join me in learning.