Erin School Friday Folder

January 11, 2019

Upcoming Events

January 14 (week of)- Map Testing for 1st, 2nd, 4th Grades and Middle School

January 14- Boys Basketball Games Begin and Ski Club

January 15- Spelling Bee and Vision Screening for 4K AM

January 16- Vision Screening for 5th Grade

January 17-HUHS Meeting w/8th Grade Families 6PM

January 18-Final Day to Register for Volleyball

January 21- Ski Club

January 23- Student Council Leadership Conference

January 25- NO SCHOOL

January 28- NO SCHOOL

February 4- Ski Club

February 7-Spring Parent/Teacher Conferences

February 8-3rd Grade Wax Museum

February 11-Ski Club

HUHS Showcase!

Come see what HUHS is all about! All are welcome to a special night at Hartford Union High School Wednesday, February 6th from 6-8PM. See Flyer for details.

FREE Basketball Clinic here at Erin!

Join Mr. Mueller on Saturday, February 9th.

Grades 5K-2 10:00AM-12:00PM

Grades 3-5 12:30PM-2:30PM

Register fast- Only the first 30 players will be accepted.

See Flyer for registration information.

Dress Like Mr. Mike Day!

Please have your child(ren) join us on Wednesday, January 23rd for "Dress Like Mr. Mike Day" Mr. Mike is our school custodian and after 10 years with us he is retiring! He plans on enjoying more time with his children and grandchildren.

For those of you who don't know Mr. Mike he is quite the sports nut! He wears (EVERYDAY) a team baseball cap with matching shirt. So we are asking students to do the same!

Please read- Mr. Mueller needs our help to achieve his goal!

Mr. Mueller needs assistance to attend the SHAPE America National Physical Education Convention to grow as a teacher. Click here to donate now!

Let's Build It!

STEM Learning- Wacky Waves! In this unit, students will design, build and test various circuits and electronic projects. Students will use hands-on projects and experiments to explore how electricity is part of our daily lives. See Flyer for details.

Raising Caring Kids

Raising Caring Kids: Solving Problems With Other People

Most children need adult guidance to help them manage conflict until they develop their own problem-solving skills. The way adults respond to children’s conflicts can help or harm their ability to improve these skills. Parents and other caring adults can help children manage conflict by approaching it as a shared problem that can be solved by understanding all points of view and finding solutions that everyone can accept. Use this resource to identify and practice strategies to guide your child through a conflict.

Goeman's Giftcards

Thank you to those that bought Goeman’s BP gift cards as part of the ONCE A YEAR December Sale. The PTC raised $420. Do you still want to purchase Goeman’s BP gift cards and help Erin School? The PTC bought extra gift cards that are available until we run out. When you buy a gift card PTC earns 16% of the proceeds! The gift cards can only be redeemed at Goeman’s RapidMarts in Erin and Hartford (including Uncle Larry’s Car Wash) and can be used to purchase anything they sell (gas, food, beverages, etc). These gift cards never expire and are available in $25, $50, and $100 denominations. For those of us that go to Goeman’s BP on a regular basis, this is an easy way to help our school. Place your orders by filling out this form and returning it along with checks made out to “Erin School PTC.” Turn the ORDER FORM and checks into the Erin School front office. You will be contacted when your gift cards are ready for pick-up.

Check This Out!

-Erin Rec Baseball! Sign up Here.


-Opportunity for Basketball Improvement!

Anna DeForge, a former Nebraska player who was drafted by the Detroit Shock of the WNBA and lives in Mequon holds basketball individual training sessions, camps and clinics locally at Peace Lutheran School. For more information please check out the website link.


-Hartford United SC Winter Skills Clinic 2019


-2019 Spring Season West Bend Rush. Apply online


-Hartford Rec Center: Middle School Hoops


-Hartford Rec Center: After School Program

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