THE WEDNESDAY MESSAGE!
The Official Weekly of Salford Hills Elementary School
Wednesday Message Highlights!
Open House Tomorrow Night!
Spring Concert Video
Teacher Appreciation Amazon Wish List
Book Fair, 2023
Field Day on Friday
Update: New Principal Search
May 22: Celebrity Scoop at Rita's Benefits Playground Revitalization Fund
End of Year Blast
- Tuesday June 6th
- Link to RSVP
Playground Revitalization Campaign
- Next Dine & Donate: May 25th 6-9pm at Downtown Scoop
Home and School
- April Meeting Minutes -- Final Meeting of the School Year
- Home and School Volunteer Information
SASD News and Events
- Superintendent's Corner
- IVEF Golf Outing
- SAVE Plant Sale
May Salford Hills Calendar
Art Showcase During Open House
K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade students will have a clay project to bring home at Open House this Thursday , May 18 from 5:30-7pm.
I recommend you bring a shoe box or stiff tote bag with a kitchen towel to keep the projects safe.
The students have worked really hard and are looking forward to taking the pieces home safely with your help.
Grade 4 will have their clay projects in their classroom.
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd and 3rd graders will have their projects in the art room.
Please plan to stop by and get their work.
I am sure parents carrying them will be safer than traveling in a student’s backpack!
Also be sure to check out the artwork on the walls:
5th grade students have their one-point-perspective buildings in the gym hallway and their 5th grade tiles installed in the 2nd grade hallway.
4th graders have contour line drawings of hands giving a note to the world at bottom of ramp and above the lego wall.
3rd grade has Self Portraits - Room 31 and 33 are in showcase by gym. Rm 32’s are in classroom. Rm. 45 has contemporary self portraits in the gym hallway and traditional portraits in the classroom.
2nd Grade has figure drawings telling stories about recess. Rm 21 and 22 are in gym hallway. Rm 23 is by cafeteria food line entrance.
1st grade has a sampling of colorful landscapes in the style of Alma Thomas across from the Budding Imaginations Gallery.
Kindergarten – K1 has pond turtles by kdg entrance. K2 and K3 have Shape Creations across from room K3. Rm. 25 has Rainbow Fish in gym hallway.
Volunteer With Us!
And On Friday!
Salford Hills Spring Concert Video
Honor a Teacher by Helping Our Kids
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Monday May 22nd -- featuring some very special guest appearances!
Come out on June 6th for the End of Year Blast!
You may also use the link below to RSVP. Can't wait to see everyone there!
First in Math Results
Our First TRIPLE GRAND CHAMPION!
Playground Revitalization Campaign
This year, spurred by the addition of full-day Kindergarten, a small committee began discussing how we could improve our playground as it lacks enough developmentally appropriate options for younger children. The conversation evolved into how we could potentially revitalize the entire SH playground experience through upgraded equipment for all ages, encouraging exploration and imaginative play, and better utilizing the blacktop as a safe play space. However, playgrounds are not funded by the state but rather partially through teacher-requested grants or more likely – Home & School associations. Therefore, in order to fund such a significant project, we will need to add fundraisers in addition to our annual Race for Education. The Race for Education has always been a wonderful and effective fundraiser as it funds ALL of our numerous activities, assemblies, field trips and so much more. Home & School could not function without it. Additional fundraisers would not replace the Race for Education, but specifically raise money for the Playground Revitalization Campaign.
Our expectation is that the playground will be a 3-5 year project, with the potential to make certain enhancements each year. This year will focus on Phase 1 (small scale, big impact) -- addressing some immediate needs and creating a better play space on the blacktop. This is a new and evolving endeavor that we hope will benefit children for years to come. Please feel free to email your ideas, questions or concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your support!
Next Dine & Donate: Downtown Scoop on Thursday May 25th from 6-9pm!
There is no HSA Meeting in May -- We'll see you in the Fall!
IVEF Golf Outing
Salford Hills Home and School Association (HSA) Volunteer Registration Form 2022-2023
Questions for Home and School?
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, you can reach out via email@example.com to contact all four board members: president (Heather Zeigler), vice-president (Lisa James), secretary (Desiree Bonkoski), treasurer (Trish May).
Paying for Your Child's Lunch
Salford Hills Website
Salford Hills Elementary School
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