Sidney Deener News - September
Sharing Information with our Families!
What is happening at Deener?
"Hat Day" is Friday, September 1st. Students can bring one dollar to wear a hat from home.
PTO is selling Butter Braids! Please call our office if you would like an order form to help with this fundraiser.
Fall Pictures: September 15 is our picture day at Deener. You can order online at LifeTouch. We will be sending out order forms and an email for our families.
Grandparents Day: September 8th will be a special morning (7:30- 8:15) to honor our Deener Grandparents. (Photo booth is one dollar for a picture!)
Fall Carnival: It's time for Fall carnival on September 28th from 5-7 pm. Please contact our school if you would like to volunteer.
HALL PASS: Please have your driver's license with you when you come to our office so we can give you a sticker to enter our building.
Deener Super Heroes
This year, Deener students will be participating in celebrating our students that are showing good character! A person's character is the summation of his/her habits, attitudes, and attributes. We will be recognizing the following traits: helpfulness, engaged (Doing their work), responsibility, and being on time to school.
Students can be given a Super Hero card by any staff member and then it will be dropped into their grade level box. Each Friday at lunch we pull out names for a chance to win a prize and get their pictures taken. We will be on the lookout and recognizing students who represent these traits!
E- Engaged ( Doing their work with a good attitude)
O- On time to school
Tea with Grandparents
Football Games - Please review with our students!
Elementary students will need to sit in the stands and be supervised by an adult. There are serious safety concerns with students playing in areas with no adult supervision. Additionally, elementary students CAN NOT be dropped off at ballgames unless there is an adult accompanying them to the ball game. This is another serious safety issue for a young child to be in a large public setting with no adult supervision. Our students' safety is our number one priority and we want all guests and fans to be able to enjoy the ballgames. Thank you for your support!