Erin School Friday Folder
April 27th, 2018
Friday, April 30-Open Enrollment ends
Friday, May 4-Grandparent’s Day; May 4-5—Boy’s Volleyball Conference Tournament
Tuesday, May 8-12,-Girl’s Volleyball Conference Tournament
Friday, May 11-NO SCHOOL-Professional Learning Day
Tuesday, May 15-6.30 p.m.-PTC meeting in the library
Tuesday, May 22-Fine Arts Night
Thursday, May 24-Talent Show
Please enter the building using only the front office door during these hours.
Dear Parents, we wanted to let you know that we have had a few reports of lice in a couple of different grade levels over the past two weeks. All students in the grade levels affected were checked and random lice checks were performed in the other 5K-5th grade classes. Per District Policy, random checks of all students are conducted the first three weeks of school, the two weeks following Christmas and Easter break.
I would remind all parents to check your child(ren) on a regular basis. While this problem tends to be a fall occurrence, spring does also present itself with opportunities to share items such as hats, batting helmets, and other headwear. I would encourage parents to monitor the situation and not promote the sharing of these items. If sharing is unavoidable, spray the items with a product which will “Rid” the headwear of any lice.
While most people associate lice with “dirty” or poor hygiene, in reality getting lice has nothing to do with it. The importance of identifying lice is to break the cycle by keeping schools, coaches, and clubs aware of any confirmed outbreaks. One or two cases is not an outbreak but should be reported so the leaders of the youth can keep a handle on the situation.
If the process is handled in a low key manner, then the children and parents will not make a big ordeal out of dealing with the situation. Staying on top of this situation can eliminate many problems for the children and our families.
If you have any questions, please feel free to give me a call (262) 673-3720 Ext. 5000.
Dr. Kieth A. Kriewaldt
Erin School's Got Talent
Talent show acts can be vocal solo accompanied or unaccompanied, vocal small group, instrumental solo or small group, dance routine, comedy act, forensics piece or other performance presentation.
See flyer for more details.
See flyer for more details.
Summer School Opportunities
Looking for some summer school opportunities? Check out these area schools. Inquire with your classroom teacher or Mrs. Bartlein for more information. Registration for some are closing soon.Hartford Jt1:
Holy Hill Area Schools:
Open Enrollment and Kindergarten Registration
Time to register your 4-year-old (or new to District 5-year-olds) for the 2018-2019 school year. Please fill out and return the registration form, copies are also available at the front office.
Please return the forms as soon as possible.
We offer a 4K extended day for those families that need child care outside of the 4K classroom.
Watch for more information on our 4K Drop-In day in mid-May.
Please call Donna Runte at 262-673-3720 ext. 4105 to set up a visit at any time.
Erin School provides the roots of education for all our children. Let’s demonstrate our support of the School and what it gives our kiddos by giving a tree!
Because our school was formed in 1958, our goal is 60 new trees added to our campus. See flyer for more details. Thank you for your support!
*Washington County Fair-Junior Amateur Talent Competition
*Join Cub Scouts-Informational meeting on Thursday May 10th at Erin School
*Trailsharks Mountain Bike Team-open for students entering 6th-12th grade in fall 2018
*Monches Youth Baseball-Pitch, Hit and Run-Saturday, May 12th
*Dig Into the Past Family Day-May 5th
*OriOwl Swim Camp-Run by the Hartford-Slinger Co-op Swim Teams (for students entering 5th-10th grade)
*Washington County Clean Sweep. Washington County has asked us to inform you of an opportunity for you to dispose of Hazardous Waste, Electronics & TV's, Large Household Appliances, Pharmaceutical Medicines and Used Tires. Check out their website for more info.