Spring Creek News
WEEK OF JANUARY 3RD - JANUARY 7TH
Since we have had to move our Walkers to the front of our building, I will be standing at the South end of the fence to watch our Walkers and unload cars. I know this is different than what we had stated earlier, but it only makes sense for me to be unloading cars and moving our traffic faster while watching for my walkers.
GO FUND ME - EDEN SPRING CREEK FIRST GRADER
On November 28th, one of our First graders, Eden, was diagnosed with brain cancer - Grade IV Glioblastoma. This type of cancer is aggressive, reoccurring, and challenging to treat. Doctors have deemed her tumor inoperable at this time, but Eden has amazed us with her strength and resilience as she underwent surgeries for a brain biopsy and shunt. Now, her radiation treatments have begun.
If you would like to help our Eden and her family, click on the Go Fund Me link below.
Birthday Invitations & Parties
Please do not hand out party invitations unless every child in the class is invited. Birthday parties at school are not allowed. Please do not have gifts, flowers, or balloons delivered to your child, at school, for special occasions. Transportation will not allow any gifts, flowers, or balloons on the bus after school.
**BIRTHDAY SNACKS - must be store bought and a simple bite size snack. Please do not send any other birthday type items (candles, balloons, favors, hats, etc.) as this is just a snack to honor the birthday child. Snack items are not allowed on the bus per transportation rules.
IMPORTANT SITE & DISTRICT LINKS
We would appreciate it if all of our families would fill out the above compact showing our shared responsibility and dedication to the academic success of our students.
“The Deer Creek School District has made arrangements to offer Student Accident Insurance for all students from K&K Insurance Group. We make this coverage available to parents for their children who are students enrolled in our schools. The Deer Creek School District does not provide insurance coverage or medical reimbursements to parents for injuries that occur during school, including those incurred during gym classes, recess, etc.
While this coverage is optional, it is important that you review the coverage options available to you and consider purchasing this coverage, especially if your family has health insurance with a high co-payment for doctor and emergency visits, or a high-deductible plan, etc. Go to the link below for the application and additional information.