The Bear Necessities
Danville CSD Elementary Newsletter, March 8, 2021
An Update From the Bear Den
I would also like to thank you all for your flexibility, as we experienced our first virtual/packet learning day of the school year, last Friday. It was certainly a challenge to find the best way to plan for the possible side effects of the 2nd dose of the vaccine. We appreciate your assistance and understanding in this matter.
Read on for further updates from Danville Elementary.
4YO Preschool & Kindergarten Registration Meeting
Please be reminded, due to Covid-19 mitigation, we ask that only parents attend the meeting. Masks will be required. All attendees should enter through the doors near the Elementary office.
If you are unable to attend the meeting, please call Alice in the Elementary office to get your child's name on the appropriate grade level list.
Upcoming Dates at Danville Elementary
*Wednesday, March 10th - 2021-2022 4YO Preschool and Kindergarten Registration Meetings, 5:00 p.m. at Danville Elementary.
*Sunday, March 14th - Daylight Savings Time Begins
*Tuesday, March 16th & Thursday, March 18th - Virtual Parent Teacher Conferences
*Wednesday, March 17th Early Out for Professional Development
*Friday, March 19th - No School - Teacher Comp Day
*Friday, March 26th - Kindergarten Round Up for 2021-2022 Kindergarten students ***Please note, due to Kindergarten round up, our current Kinder students will not have school on 3/26/21.
*Friday, March 26th - End of the 3rd Quarter
Spring Parent Teacher Conferences are next week! If you have not set up your conference time with your child's teacher, please do so this week. We hope to have an opportunity to check in with all of our Danville families to discuss each child's progress.
Find some great questions to ask your child's teacher below!
* What do you see as my child’s strengths?
* What do you think are the academic challenges for my child?
* Is my child on grade level for reading? What about math, science, social studies and writing?
* How does the school handle standardized testing and prep for those tests?
* Does my child return homework on time?
* What can I do at home to support what you’re doing in the classroom?
* Are there any supplies my child needs?