October 21, 2016 Issue 10
Cheerleading Practice Schedule
Kindergarten and First are practicing on Fridays only 3:15-4:30Wednesdays and Fridays 3:15-5:00 (all other grades)
If there are any cancellations or changes, the coaches with let you know.
Box Tops are Treeriffic!
Thermometers For Families
Please go to the following parent resource page for additional resources for setting up your account for the free thermometer.
All Boys Basketball and Cheerleading teams have been filled. We will not be accepting any additional cheerleaders or basketball players at this time.
K/1st grade games will be played at McClain Hall while the 2nd-5th graders will have games at the middle school. December 3rd will be the only day K/1st will play at the middle school.
REVISED SCHEDULE: Please disregard other schedule
Click below for the breakfast and lunch menus or visit the nutrislice app.
-Any medication sent in for a student to take during the school day, including cough drops, requires a consent form to be completed. Sending in a signed parent note is NOT acceptable for the nurse to be able to give medications to your child.
-Prescription medications that must be given during the school day require a consent form that includes the prescribing physician’s signature as well as, the parent/guardian signature.
-Over-the-counter medications (Tylenol, cough drops, etc.) require a consent form that includes the parent/guardian signature.
Both of these consent forms can be found on the Vienna Finley website under the Parent tab. Forms are also available in the school nurses office.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call the school nurse.
Walk-A-Thon (Wookie-A-Thon) FUN!
Basketball Has Begun at VFES!
With the start of a new basketball program which includes kindergarten through fifth grades, students in every school are gearing up for an exciting season. Students on the team coached by Matt Pearcy began running drills and learning the fundamentals of basketball this week along with many other teams. Games will be held at Scottsburg Middle School on Saturdays, beginning the last weekend in October.
Girl's Basketball Sign Up will go out in late November.
Vienna-Finley held it's annual Wookie-A-Thon (Walk-A-Thon) fundraiser in October and students who returned all 10 forms were entered into a drawing for a bicycle. The fundraiser is vital to the school and pays for all field trips and Accelerated Reader prizes. The bikes were donated by Christy and Bobby Coomer at Total Concepts Of Design. The winner of the girl's bike was Kendra Jones and the winner of the boys bike was Jackson Taylor.
Wookie-A-Thon Inflatable Party
August, September and October Students of the Month!
Our Title 1 ROCKS!
At Vienna-Finley, and in all elementary schools in Scott County School District 2, Title 1 tutors work with students and help them in immeasurable ways. Each day the students have opportunities and experiences that are offered due to these wonderful people and their efforts. The Pictured: Lisa Elliott, a Title 1 tutor at Vienna-Finley, plays an educational game with kindergarten student, Jameson Jackson.
Donuts with Dads
Congratulations Mrs. Asdell!
During a recent staff meeting at Vienna-Finley elementary school, previous recipient, Lindsey Cazares, nominated Mrs. Holly Asdell for the September “This Bud’s for You” award. In her presentation to Mrs. Asdell, Mrs. Cazares stated the following in honor of Mrs. Asdell and her contributions to Vienna-Finley, " The person I am nominating for the “This Bud’s for You” award is someone who has been the biggest asset to me as an educator. I also feel she is a huge asset to our district and our school. Holly Asdell serves as a great mentor and role model
for our students with her positive attitude and fun personality. Not only do students look forward to the monthly lessons she teaches, but they beg to go to her office because of the positive, stress-free atmosphere that she has created and that radiates off of her. I admire the patience and empathy that she has for all of our students and she is willing to go above and beyond what is expected of her as our school counselor. She takes an active role in being involved in the success of our students and our school. Days when she isn’t at VFES there is certainly a part of us that is missing. On a more personal level, Holly has been an excellent resource for ideas when I have needed help with a student or when I have had concerns on a student’s well-being or success. She is always willing to help or to provide the resources elsewhere when she can’t help. Our students, staff, and school are so lucky to have her, and I am a better educator having worked alongside her."
Congratulations to Mrs. Asdell! Pictured are Mrs. Holly Asdell and Mrs. Lindsey Cazares