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"Relationships are the agents of change." Dr. Bruce Perry

Year 2 - The week ending September 16, 2022


We have reached "mid-term". I would encourage you to please log in to Skyward and check out your child's current status.

Stella's Peeps

Stella is one of OUR AMAZING GRAY HAWK FIRST GRADERS and she would like to invite OUR GRAY HAWKS to join her team at the Down Syndrome Day Walk at Arrowhead this year on Saturday, October 22 from 10 am - 2 pm.

Please click on the picture below of Stella to sign up and join her team: Stella's Peeps! Thank you for supporting Stella and the 27th Annual Down Syndrome Walk!

Caught Being Kind

OUR GRAY HAWKS are doing amazing things everyday to show kindness and make OUR school the best place it can be. Kindness is so important and we want our students to know their acts of kindness matter. Every Friday, Miss Hubbard will recognize students she has caught being kind throughout the week. Students who were caught being kind will have their name and act of kindness announced over the intercom, receive a certificate, and have their picture and act of kindness displayed at school.

Homecoming Parade was a HUGE success!

Thank you to everyone that was able to come out to the parade. Our Halloween float was amazing! Big shout out to Kristin and Josh Jordan for getting things all arranged and for driving us down the route! It was amazing to see everyone at the parade! Remember the Homecoming football game vs Turner is tonight.
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PTO Meeting Minutes

Thank you to all of the new faces that were at the PTO Meeting on Tuesday night. It was by far our largest turnout. Remember al families are members of PTO and it is an excellent way to stay connected with what is going on in OUR school and ensure that your voice is heard.

Big shout out to our National Honor Society volunteers for providing child care at OUR meetings!

Please check out the meeting minutes below.


WE have had these glasses in the office for almost a month and no one has claimed them. If your child is missing their glasses, please let Ms. Myers in the office know.


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Human beings are social creatures, and because of that, our moods and personalities are extremely contagious to one another. In this 4th video in the series, Dr. Perry explains how students and teachers can often impact each other’s mood and brain function. He shares effective classroom strategies that help keep students and adults calm and regulated, decrease behavior challenges, and improve academic engagement.
Stress, Trauma, and the Brain: Insights for Educators--Regulating Yourself and Your Classroom

September is Suicide Prevention Month. Someone is always here to listen and help!

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