We are Panthers! We show P.R.I.D.E! We are Prospect!
November 6th- November 10th
Barbie and Ken (Prospect Edition)
In November, we will focus on respect and emotional awareness in our school community. These values create a positive and inclusive environment and help our students develop important life skills.
Respect is the foundation of our school community. Teaching respect is as important as teaching academics.
We will teach our students to understand and manage their emotions by:
- Classroom Lessons: We help students identify and understand different emotions through discussions, activities, and read alouds.
- Conflict Resolution: We teach problem-solving skills and respectful strategies for handling conflicts and disagreements. Our 5th grade peer mediators are outside during the K-3 recess to support our youngest students solve any conflicts and teach new games to play outside.
- Our school social worker, Mrs. Gonzalez, provides extra support for students dealing with emotional issues or conflicts. She is also outside at recess to monitor and support ALL students.
- Student Reflection-Students will complete a reflection sheet at the end of November and bring home to share with their parents.
- Parent Involvement: We encourage parents to have open discussions with their children about emotions and to support them in managing their feelings.
- RESPECT Assembly- We will have a school-wide assembly at the end of November to celebrate each classroom and sharing their respectful actions as classmates.
By teaching respect and emotional awareness, we help our students thrive in school and in life. We are committed to creating a safe and supportive environment that fosters these essential skills.
If you have any questions or suggestions about promoting respect and emotional awareness, please contact me. Together, we can create a brighter future for our children.
Thank you for your continued support and involvement in your child's education.
Please complete the special Thank You, Hero form, so we can add the special member of your family to our Wall of Honor.
Wear RED, WHITE and BLUE on the special day to honor our veterans. Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts are encouraged to wear their uniforms.
We invite parents, grandparents and other special relatives of students or staff, who have served in the Armed Forces, to join us for this special celebration.
Don't forget to sign up for conferences. The sign up closes on November 13th. You may choose between virtual and in-person conferences.
Starting at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, November 1st, you will have access to schedule parent-teacher conference(s) for your child through Skyward Family Access. Parent-teacher conferences will be held from 2:00 - 8:00 p.m. on Monday, November 20th, and 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 21st. Elementary conferences are scheduled for 15 minutes in length.
2nd and 5th grade students will be taking the CogAT test during the week of November 6th-9th.
2nd Grade Schedule:
11/6- 12:25 Verbal Assessment
11/8- 12:15 Quantitative Assessment
11/9- 9:00 Non-Verbal Assessment
5th Grade Schedule:
11/7-9:00 Verbal Assessment
11/8- 9:00 Quantitative Assessment
11/9- 9:00 Non-Verbal Assessment
New and improved absence reporting. You may now notify us of illness, vacation, appointments, and other absences through the same Absence Reporting Link. You may also submit them in advance and we will keep track of them.
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Principal of Prospect School in Community Consolidated School District 181