Thursday, November 17, 2016
Calendar of Events:
November 18: Birthday Friday/$1 Jean Day
November 21-25: Thanksgiving Break
November 28 - December 2: Toy Drive
November 28-December 2: Fall Benchmark Testing Closed Campus
December 5: 2nd Grade Christmas Program
From the Principal:
When we return, we will have 3 busy weeks of school before our Christmas Break. Our Fall Benchmarks are November 28-December 2. Please make sure that your child gets a good night's sleep and eats a good breakfast each morning before testing. 2nd Grade will also have their Christmas Program, and we will have our PTO Holiday Shoppe! Lots of fun, but busy, busy, busy!
I am so thankful for this campus--students, parents, and staff! This place is amazing and I am truly thankful for everyone here! Happy Thanksgiving!
Due to Fall Benchmark testing, our campus will be CLOSED to parents and visitors on November 28- December 2. Parents will not be allowed to eat lunch with students, volunteer, or do classroom observations on these 3 days. Thank you for your cooperation!
These tests give teachers important information about what your child has learned so far and what still needs to be worked on this spring, so please help your child by making sure they get enough sleep and have a good breakfast!
Uniform Exchange: December 9th 10:15 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.
All items will be $1. You will also be able to exchange up to 6 items. We will accept small bills and credit cards. If you have any items you would like to donate, the box is in the front office. All proceeds will be benefiting our Special Education classrooms.
- It is very important that you have your hang tag hanging from your mirror and student card visible each and every time you are picking up students.
- All visitors will be required to submit a driver's license/ state id and have it scanned in order to be admitted into our campus. Please be prepared for this when you come to the office to check in.
- Just a reminder that tardies start at 7:55.
From Our Specials Teachers:
PE: Tip for not over eating at holiday parties or while you’re out running errands, have a bite to eat of something so you don’t risk becoming starved before you go.