CSA Lincoln Newsletter
August 12th, 2016
Principal's Notes and Highlights
You might wonder why I have a photo of Mrs. Netser and John Cho. A better question, and my regret, is why I'm not also in this selfie. If you've read the local newspaper lately, you have seen that John Cho (Harold and Kumar and American Pie) is starring in a film that is set in Columbus. Earlier this week, they were filming next door at the Miller House and Mrs. Netser begged me to go with her. I chickened out and this was the result. So I tip my hat to Mrs. Netser for meeting someone famous. I'll just have to wait until another star decides to film a movie in Columbus. I'm sure that will happen soon...
We survived another Husky Hideaway! It was hot, but no rain! Click the button below for photos from the trip. I'll be adding more photos as we collect them. Thanks for sharing your awesome kids with us!
Calling Parent Volunteers
Lunch with 3rd graders!
Student Spotlight: Greta H.
Know of something really cool one of our students is involved in outside of the school? Feel free to share with Mr. Findley so we can celebrate the many successes of our students!
Perfect Attendance Challenge
When: August 11th- November 28th
What: Perfect Attendance means 100% of the time the student is present. This means no appointment, no tardies, and no early dismissals.
*Students with perfect attendance will be eligible to participate in the Festival of Lights Parade in December and eligible to be a drawing for an electronic prize.
CSA Choir Announcement
LOOK: FREE ACCESS TO THOUSANDS OF DIGITAL BOOKS
Through the Hoosier Family of Readers initiative, students and their families across the state will have unlimited access to reading material on myON, giving families an opportunity to share rich literacy experiences together regardless of their socioeconomic status or whether or not there is a proficient reader in the home.
- More than 4,000 digital books ranging from illustrated and picture books to chapter books, graphic novels, literary non-fiction, photo and informational texts spanning multiple eras and cultures.
- The collection includes 70% nonfiction, 10% Spanish or dual language and 20% Hi-Lo titles, and is continually growing.
- A wide range of titles and topics provides varying levels of text complexity and support close reading in a range of genres and content areas, including history/social studies, science and technical works.
- Books are available online anytime, anywhere students have access to an Internet connection, 24x7,
- There’s no limit to the number of students who can read the same book at the same time on myON.
- Click on this link - Students can download up to 20 titles for offline reading using free mobile apps for iPad and Android tablets.
- Click here for detail instructions and information.
Mill Race Kids Fun Run
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Husky Gram Winners