Wednesday, November 13th
Sato Elementary School
November - Theme of the month: Empathy
- Friday, Nov. 15th - Popcorn Friday!!!
- Friday, Nov. 15th - SECO Movie Night: The Grinch
- Tuesday, Nov. 19th - SECO General Meeting 6:30pm
- Friday, Nov. 22nd - Coffee & Conversation for 2nd & 3rd Grade Parents and Guardians 8:35-9:10 in the Library
- Friday, Nov. 22nd - Rose City Readers assembly K-2nd graders
- Tuesday, Nov. 26th - School Spirit Day: CRAZY HAIR DAY
- Nov. 27th-29th - School Closed for Thanksgiving Break
December - Theme of the month: Compassion & Helpfulness
- Monday, Dec. 2nd - No school for students: Staff Development Day
- Friday, Dec. 6th - Popcorn Friday
When are the non-student contact days?
- Monday, December 2nd - Staff Development Day
- Monday, January 27th - Grading Day
- Tuesday, February 18th - Staff Development Day
- Friday, April 10th - Grading Day
- Friday, April 24th - Staff Development Day
Spirit Day: Tuesday, Nov. 27th is Crazy Hair Day!!
As soon as you know that your child will be absent, please email both your child(ren)'s teacher and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember any change in going home plans need to be communicated to the front office by 2:00pm.
Update from our Health Room!
Rose City Readers assembly for Kinder-2nd Grades 11/22
Safe Routes to School
Updates from SECO
- Movie Night this Friday, November 15th!! Come and watch The Grinch!!
- November 11th-17th SECO Holiday Shopping Fundraiser at Piccolo Mondo 15% of every purchase donated to SECO and will benefit Sato! Flyer attached below.
- New: HERE is a link to the online Lost & Found album!!
Understanding the difference between Bullying and Unkind behavior:
Reads for Bees!!
Sato students are invited to participate in the Winter Reading Challenge at Cedar Mill and Bethany Libraries. This year the community is reading for honeybees. Our donor has pledged to purchase a hive of honeybees through a charity that is helping end world hunger for every 6,000 hours local kids read between November 25 and January 17, 2020.
The paper reading record is attached to this e-mail, you can keep track of your child's reading and turn it into your child's teacher, or our school librarian in January. Please make sure to put your child's name and teacher somewhere on the paper log.
Beaverton School District Inclement Weather Information
- Log onto the District's website: http://www.beaverton.k12.or.us and a page pop will be posted on the main page if there is a change in school operations.
- Beaverton School District Public Safety webpage has information about inclement weather procedures and snow routes. http://www.beaverton.k12.or.us/departments/public-safety/ then click on Inclement Weather Information.
- Follow us on o Twitter @BeavertonSD o Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BeavertonSchoolDistrict/
- Follow media outlets. The Districts posts information via Flash Alert. Parents can also sign up to receive weather alerts: www.flashalert.net.
State Report Card
School and district report cards for the 2018-19 school year are available at: http://www.ode.state.or.us/data/reportcard/reports.aspx. (Select Beaverton in the District Selection drop-down menu). At Sato, we welcome the opportunity to share this information with you on the progress we are making to improve academic achievement for each student in the District. We are making progress.
State report cards began when the 1999 Oregon Legislature passed a law requiring every public school and district to receive a report from the Oregon Department of Education about how they are performing overall. The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), signed by President Obama on December 10, 2015, replaces the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act and affords states greater flexibility. ESSA encourages schools and educators to innovate and create systems that address local needs. As a part of this work, the Oregon Department of Education redesigned the School and District report cards to engage and inform families about their school’s approach to learning, academic and extracurricular offerings, and student performance. Reports cards also serve as an important tool for continuous improvement planning by local and state policymakers, in conjunction with the communities they serve.
If you have questions about our report card or would like a print copy, please contact the front office. You may also have suggestions for improvements. Please share them! Thank you!
Volunteering at Sato!
Please click HERE to find out all the different ways to get involved at Sato! We need you!!