English Landing Family News

May 13, 2022

Building Successful Futures-Each Student-Every Day

PBIS Bronze Award

We are excited to share that English Landing was selected to receive the PBIS Bronze Recognition of Excellence. We are one of 113 schools that received this award for implementing schoolwide positive behavior supports during the 2021-2022 school year.

LAST WEEK For Lunch Visits!!

This will be our last week for lunch visits. Next week is the last week of school and we have lots of activities going on in the building. Hopefully you can join us for Field Day!

Please use the updated sign up genius to sign up for lunchtime visits. Due to limited seating in the cafeteria and a tight lunch schedule, guests will be limited. You will always be able to find the sign up genius in the Friday SMORE newsletter. We are not allowing parents to attend recess with their children at this time. We will make adjustments as needed. Please call Dr. Means if you have questions.


Eagles on the Run and Sophie's Run

Check out these statistics for Eagles on the Run!

EOTR Fall Season Participants: 135 students

EOTR Spring Season Participants: 170 students

Money Raised for Coins for Communication: $2,950.99

English Landing Sophie’s Run Team Participants: 106 runners

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Last Day Details

Our last day of school is Friday, May 27th. We will dismiss at 12:41. Breakfast and lunch will be served.

Reminders For Our 5th Grade Families

Please pay special attention to your teacher's emails and messages regarding all of the 5th grade end of year events. If you have questions about the 5th grade track meet, 5th grade choir concert, or 5th grade celebration, please reach out to your child's teacher.

2022-2023 Elementary School Supply List

Free Meals Are Ending

Due to funding from a federal program, we were able to supply free meals to all children ages 18 and under for the past two years. That program is ending on the last day of school. After the last day of school, we can no longer provide universal free meals or bulk frozen meal kits.

This means students attending summer school will need to pay for breakfast and lunch, or they can bring their own food. Families who think they might qualify for free and reduced meals should apply for these benefits. If you applied for the 2021-2022 school year, you do not need to reapply for summer school, and you can check with our social worker, Kristen Galloway gallowayk@parkhill.k12.mo.us, or our Nutrition Services department weavers@parkhill.k12.mo.us if you are unsure.

The application for the 2021-2022 school year and 2022 summer school will extend to the first 30 days of the 2022-2023 school year, and then eligible families will need to reapply to receive the meal benefits for the remainder of the upcoming school year.

If your child is eligible for free and reduced meal benefits and you apply, you can also receive additional benefits like fee waivers, activity scholarships, free screenings, school supplies and more.

You can find more information on our website: https://www.parkhill.k12.mo.us/families/menus-and-nutrition/free-and-reduced-meals

Important Dates to remember

May 17-5th Grade Track Meet

May 23-5th Grade Choir Concert Practice and Performance

May 26-Field Day

May 27-Last Day of School 12:41 Dismissal

Mariana Lizarazo, 4th grade student in Ms. Happe's class was selected as the English Landing Superintendent Art Award winner! She was recognized at last night's Board of Education meeting.

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Sophie's Run 2022

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Popsicles in the park was enjoyed by all! Thank you PTA.

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