S'more Schumacher News
warm & gooey reminders for the week of May 2nd-May 6th
IMPORTANT DATES to sink your teeth into
Mon, May 2-Fri, May 6- MAP Testing, 5th Grade
Mon, May 2-Fri, May 6- Education Appreciation Week
Mon, May 2- Girls on the Run, 4:10-6:00pm
Tues, May 3- Cici's Pizza Night, 4:00-8:00pm
Wed, May 4- Spanish Club, 4:10-5:10pm, LMC
Thur, May 5- Early Engineers LEGO Club, 8:00-9:00am, Commons
Thur, May 5- Girls on the Run, 4:10-6:00pm
Fri, May 6- Moms and Muffins, 8:30am, Gym
Fri, May 6- 5th Grade Fun Night, 6:30-8:30pm, Gym
Mon, May 9- Girls on the Run, 4:10-6:00pm
Tues, May 10- Garden Club, 4:10-5:10pm
Tues, May 10- PTA Meeting, 7:00pm, LMC
Wed, May 11- 5th Grade Recognition, 6:30-8:00pm, Gym
Thur, May 12- Early Engineers LEGO Club, 8:00-9:00am, Commons
Thur, May 12- 5th Grade Picnic, 10:30-2:30pm, Bus Loop
Thur, May 12- Girls on the Run, 4:10-6:00pm
Thur, May 12- PTA Skating Party, 6:00-8:00pm, Northland Rolladium
Fri, May 13- All Chromebooks, ipads, and Library Books due Today
TEACHER AND SUPPORT STAFF OF THE YEAR
Our school selected Library Media Center Para Maureen McCubbin as our Support Staff of the Year. Maureen works behind the scenes in the LMC ensuring students and staff alike are equipped with all the resources they need. She is frequently recognized for her work ethic and friendly manner with all those she interacts with. She is a valued member of our staff.
If you would like to congratulate Kristi or Maureen you may email them here:
LORI STARK RECEIVES SOAR AWARD
To learn more about the SOAR Award or to nominate someone, go here.
MOMS AND MUFFINS
Calling all Moms! It's time for Moms and Muffins!
When: Friday, May 6th
Time: 8:30 a.m.
Where: Schumacher Gym
What: Come and have breakfast with your student, courtesy of PTA! This is a chance for moms to come spend a little time at Schumacher with their kids before school. If your student's mom is unable to attend, please feel free to bring a grandma, aunt, or other substitute. See you there!
SKATING PARTY NEXT THURSDAY
Skate Night is next Thursday, May 12th from 6:00-8:00pm at the Northland Rolladium! School Skate Night parties are a fun and easy way to help raise money for Schumacher. Bring your students and any other family or friends who want to have a blast at each month's themed skate party. (The more paid skaters, the more money raised for Schumacher.)
The class with the most attendance will be awarded the "Golden Skate Award" trophy to keep in their classroom that month along with a free pass for each student in the class to use at a future public session! This month's theme is "End of Year Blowout" graduation party where we mix all the popular themes together, including: wear your pajamas, wear your favorite crazy hat, hair, or crazy socks, bring glowing and flashing stuff, AND bring your toilet paper to T.P. the rink and the Schumacher Celebrities at the end of the night!
Skate parties are private events for students and their families and friends. We are not open to the general public during skate parties. You are always welcome to stay and even skate with your child. If you are comfortable leaving your child, simply sign them in with a contact phone number with our experienced rink management and staff.
OLD WOOD FURNITURE NEEDED
SPRING CLEANING? GOT BENCHES OR TABLE THAT ARE DATED?
One of the opportunities students will have during Innovations Week is to redo dated or worn furniture. If you have wood (we will not be doing any fabric projects) benches, tables, or chairs that you are ready to discard please consider donating them to the school to be redone or re-purposed for community work areas around the building. We will also take one of our completed pieces and sell it at the Red Apron to raise money for our school PTA. If you have items to donate, please contact Fifth Grade teacher Cindy Espy at email@example.com I-Week will take place May 16th-20th. Thank you so much!
SCHUMACHER VARIETY SHOW
In order to perform, students must turn in a permission slip by Friday, May 13th. The permission slip as well as other important information was sent home last week in Friday Folders, but you can find the info here as well.
SUMMER ADVENTURE ENROLLMENT
Online enrollment for this year's Summer Adventure is open. Summer Adventure 2016 will take place from June 2nd-28th here at Schumacher. If you need your student's 9-digit student number, you can call the Schumacher office to request it. Additional information may be found on the summer school website by clicking here.
For a list of course offerings, please see this flyer.
If you have an incoming Kindergartner for the 2016-2017 school year, view info here.
The deadline has now passed if you needed to request bus service. If you enroll at this point, you will be required to provide your own transportation.
KINDERGARTEN ENROLLMENT OPEN
Here's how to enroll:
STEP 1: Go online to https://registration.liberty.k12.mo.us/ and complete the online application.
STEP 2: At the end of the online application you will be directed to schedule an appointment to bring your documents to Schumacher and complete your enrollment.
STEP 3: When you come to Schumacher during your appointment bring the following documents:
-Parent/Guardian photo ID
-Child's state-issued birth certificate
-Child's immunization record
-Proof of residency (can be two utility bills- gas, water, or electric OR a lease agreement/house contract). All proofs of residency must in the parent or guardian's name and be dated within the last 60 days.
*If your child currently attends Schumacher, they will not need to re-enroll for the 2016-2017 school year. This is for incoming Kindergarten students only.
LIBERTY ENGINEERING AND DESIGN CAMP
Liberty High School's Technology Student Association is hosting its second Liberty Engineering and Design (LEAD) camp for students entering K-5. This event will be held on May 27th at Liberty High School from 8:45am-3:00pm and will cover a fun, diverse range of topics. There will be many engaging, age- group-related projects in engineering disciplines, such as civil, aerospace, chemical, and electrical. Registration is open now and is restricted to 20 students in each grade on a first come, first served basis. All supplies, lunch, a project to take home, and a t-shirt are included in the cost of $40. Email your student's name and grade to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be emailed a link to the full registration.