Marylin Avenue Newsletter

April 30, 2021

Translation

Don't forget that you can translate this newsletter into many languages once you have opened it in S'more by clicking on translate under Accessibility in the upper right of the newsletter.


No olvide que puede traducir este boletín a muchos idiomas una vez que lo haya abierto en S'more haciendo clic en traducir en Accesibilidad en la parte superior derecha del boletín.

Mask Contest

Student leadership is sponsoring a mask decorating contests. This week all students should have received a white fabric mask and directions. Students can color their mask or decorated it how every they like. All entries are due Friday, May 21. Student Leadership will judge them the following week and the winners will be announce in the Friday Announcements.

Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week

May 3-7 is teacher/staff appreciation week. Student Leadership has come up with some fun ways for students to show their appreciation to their classroom teacher or any other staff members on campus. See the attached flyer which will also be emailed out to all students and parents.

National Food Services Lunch Hero Day

Friday, May 7 is National Food Services Lunch Hero Day. Students can make signs and cards for our lunch ladies. Please turn them into the office by Thursday so we can put something together for them.

ST Math Challenge Bike winners

Summer School

Invitations for Summer School have been sent out from the district office. Students qualified by test scores given in February based academic need. There will also be an enrichment STEAM program open to any students on a first come first serve basis. Click the link to enroll your student. 2021 STEAM Enrichment Program
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Leader in Me Habit 8

Did you know there is an eighth habit in Leader in Me? It is called Find your Voice and Inspire Others to Find Theirs. Students will be learning about what they do well and how they can use this skill to help others.

Towne Center Books Store Interview with Annie Barrows

Towne Center Books is excited to share this special opportunity with you on May 4 at 5pm.

Annie Barrows (author of the Ivy & Bean and Iggy Series) in conversation with Sam Ricks, illustrator of the Iggy Series. Sam will also do a drawing demonstration.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information

about joining the meeting.

Register here.


*** Iggy is the Hero of Everything will be released on May 4th but you can pre-order now.***

FREE Social Emotional Learning for Students and Parents

The following classes are being offered through AXIS Community Health.


Our FREE Parent Webinar series concludes in May with “Plugged In Parents.” Help youth avoid the pitfalls of social media and overuse of technology! Learn to create a healthy media friendly environment and get tips on how to balance screen time, set expectations, find quality content, and prevent conflict.

Click Here to Register

The filmmakers of Finding Kind interviewed hundreds of females across America about girl-against-girl bullying. Uncover its harsh realities, the devastating impact it can have, and how we can stop the hate to find kind in this FREE online screening and virtual assembly led by Axis Community Health’s own health educators.

Click Here to Register

In May, 3rd-5th Graders can learn to identify emotions, express feelings, build friendships, stand up to bullying and make healthy choices in a webinar series just for kids.

Click Here to Register