News from the Nest
From the desk of the principal
I want to thank you all for a great first marking period! The students have done a great job and have grown a lot. Each child has truly become a super hero in the making! They are all developing a sense of community and looking out for one another. I have watched students help one another on projects, the playground and in the cafeteria! It is awesome to see their social and emotional growth at this point already.
Red Ribbon Week
WOLFGANG POOL PARTY
From the Curriculum
Dr. Sanders would like to inform each parent that the district has posted a “Parent Involvement” survey on the district’s website and encourages each of you to participate. Location of the survey is on the main page of the district’s site; left hand side, click on Parent Involvement Survey. The survey will then appear. This is a simple survey that will take just a few minutes to complete.
It is the hope that this communication will address any concerns of our parents and families within our schools. Thank you for help to make the district the best it can be.
Cold and Flu season
With the cooler temperatures and the crisp air, sickness is beginning to hit our families and school. As you give that last hug and kiss to your child before they leave for school, I encourage you to make sure they are dressed appropriately for the weather. Unless it is raining, most likely recess and gym class will be outside. Please, make sure they have a warm jacket, hat and gloves if necessary.
Cold and flu season are upon us so I want to remind you that germs are spread very easily by coughing and sneezing.
Always cough into your elbow or tissue and then wash your hands.
Avoid touching your mouth, nose and eyes.
Remember to wash your hands before you eat.
Eat a well-balanced diet.
Get plenty of sleep.
These are all VERY important to keep us, and our children, healthy.
As always, if your child has flu-like systems or diarrhea, vomiting or fever I ask that you keep your child home. Your child must be symptom-free for 24 hours before returning to school.