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Silver Springs Elementary School - March 15, 2021

Mark Your Calendars

Upcoming Events:

March 18th - Credit Union Deposit Day

March 25th - 1/2 Day of School - Parent/Teacher Conferences

March 26th - 1/2 Day of School - Parent/Teacher Conferences

March 29 - April 2nd - Spring Break - NO SCHOOL

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Have a great week!

Katie Booth, Principal



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Credit Union Deposit Day - March 18th

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Spring Parent-Teacher Conferences

Information about Spring Conferences was sent home through MiSTAR email on Friday, March 5th. If you did not receive the information, please check your spam or junk folder. If you are unable to find the email, please call the office for more information.

We are looking forward to "seeing" everyone at conferences.


Milk and Cookies with Mystery Readers!

This year our Milk and Cookies event will take place over the week of March 15th-19th! We are adding a twist to Milk and Cookies event by hiding the identity of each reader and providing clues about who they might be. Each day this week a Google Slides presentation will be shared with students through the SS March is Reading Month Schoology page. Each slide will contain 3 clues related to a mystery reader. Your family will have the opportunity to reveal the clues one at a time and try to guess who the mystery reader is. Once you've made your guess, you can reveal the mystery reader and enjoy their Milk and Cookies video. Grab your cookies and milk and let the guessing begin!


March is Reading Month is HERE! Don't Forget to Add Your Reading Minutes!!

Don't forget to add your reading minutes to the reading minutes Google Form on the Schoology Page!

It is time for our annual March is Reading Month! The 2021 MiRM theme is Books Are Your Ticket to the World! All information related to March is Reading Month is included in our SS MiRM Schoology Course. The course has been pushed out to all students. The next time your child logs into Schoology through Classlink, the MiRM course should appear as one of their course options. When you go to the course, please read through the slides at the top to familiarize yourself with all things MiRM. HAPPY READING!


Spring Book Fair

Please join us for the second week of our virtual book fair.

Please click on the link below to take you directly to our online book fair:https://efairs.follettbookfairs.com/guest/home?classCode=ZP825

If you are interested in purchasing a book for your student’s classroom, view your teacher’s wish list located on the left side of the screen.

All book orders will be delivered to Silver Springs.

For virtual kids Ms. Meisel will coordinate delivery of your books.

Please consider supporting our library. Every purchase earns points for our school. Thank you!

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Schoology Notifications/Spam

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Click the link below to customize your notifications.


Habit 4: Think Win-Win

Check out the video below that was created by Christopher, one of our Student Lighthouse Team Leaders. Christopher is a member of the 7-Habits Promotion Action Team. He has created a video to help explain what Habit 4 means to him, along with some other examples that you might find in your everyday life.

Well done, Christopher!


Supporting the 7 Habits at home!

March At Home Activity

This month’s Habit: Habit 4 Think Win Win

Activity: Emotional Bank Account Tic-Tac-Toe

Due Date: March 26th

Please see attached activities below. We would love to have you share your Tic-Tac-Toe Board with us by March 26th, so we can proudly display our families practicing the 7-Habits at home!

Habit #4 - Think Win-Win- Everyone can Win!

What this means: Think about others as well as yourself. Long-term relationships require mutual respect and mutual benefit.

“I make deposits into others’ Emotional Bank Accounts.”

“When conflict arises, I look for third alternatives.”

“I balance courage for getting what I want, with

consideration for what others want.”

How can I do this in my life?

1. Live by the Golden Rule- Treat others the same way you want them to treat you.

Great Books for Habit #4- Think Win Win

The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister

Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes

Lilly’s Big Day by Kevin Henkes

Alexander and the Wind-Up Mouse by Leo Lionni

Let’s Be Enemies by Janice May Udry

I Wanna Iguana by Karen Kaufman Orloff


EGG-cellent EGG-stravaganza! Join Pack 712 for an Easter egg hunt

Bring your own baskets and come join the fun!

When: Sunday March 21st

Where: Maybury Park 8 mile entrance, right side…meet at Trailshead Pavillion

Time: 330pm-5pm

Please RSVP so we can have enough! Bring the family. All masks and social distancing will be followed.

RSVP: LeeAnn 517.375.2241 by Fri. March 19


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Northville Youth Football and Cheer

The Northville Youth Football Association (NYFA) is a non-profit organization committed to teaching the fundamentals of football and cheerleading in a positive, safe and FUN environment.

The Colts and Stallions are looking for new players and cheerleaders to fill their teams/units for the 2021 season.

Veteran registration starts February 15th-February 28th.

New player and cheerleader registration begins Monday, March 1st, 2021

Flag (6 & 7 year olds, on August 31st)

Freshman (8 & 9 year olds, on August 31st)

JV (10 & 11 year olds, on August 31st)

Varsity (12 & 13 year olds, on August 31st)

Teams/units are filled on a first come, first served basis based on address/middle school affiliation. (i.e., Hillside = Colts and Meads Mill = Stallions)

Practices will start at a yet TBD date. Games are played on weekends in late August through early November. All home games are played at Tom Holzer Ford Field (Northville High School football field).

For more information or to register, please visit our website. www.northvilleyouthfootball.com


Northville Baseball-Softball Association

Registration for the youth baseball and softball house recreational leagues for the 2021 season is now open. Registration ends March 21st. See the web site for details.


To determine which league your child should be playing, consult the grid below and/or the

House Leagues web page for age/grade breakdowns.

See flyer for more information.

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Northville Mustang 13th Annual Spring Training Youth Baseball Camp

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Planning for Kindergarten: Now is the Time to Register for Kindergarten for Fall 2021

Now is the time to start preparing for kindergarten registration for the 2021-2022 school year. Parents and guardians are encouraged to register new kindergarteners starting this February. Students should be five years of age on or before September 1, 2021 to qualify to start kindergarten in the Fall of 2021. To begin the enrollment process visit the Northville Schools Enrollment webpage (northvilleschools.org/enroll) to schedule a virtual appointment with a member of the Office of Student Data. Details about documents necessary for enrollment will be provided on the Northville Schools Enrollment webpage. We can't wait to welcome our newest students!

Elementary School Enrollment Dates

Amerman - February 9, 10, 11

Winchester - February 23, 24, 25

Thornton Creek - March 2, 3, 4

Ridge Wood - March 9, 10, 11

Moraine - March 16, 17, 18

Silver Springs - March 23, 24, 25



New Health Screening Form and International Travel Update


As you may be aware, multiple SARS B.1.1.7 variant COVID cases have been confirmed in Wayne County. As a result, the Wayne County Health Department has adjusted the screening forms, including the 14 day quarantine requirements in most cases and requirements for quarantine and testing after international travel.


The Wayne County Health Department has updated the COVID-19 Daily STUDENT Symptom Screening Tool (2.16.2021). Please use this updated form each morning to determine if your child can come to school.


The Wayne County Health Department has updated the requirements for students returning to school after international travel. These changes are included within the updated screening tool and require that students stay home to quarantine for 7 days from the date they return to the U.S. No earlier than the 7th day of return, a student must have a COVID-10 PCR test and have a negative result before returning to school.

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