Dear Loveland Families,
Your child brought home his/her report card today. We hope you will take the time to sit down with your child and talk about what growth and learning has occurred since the beginning of this school year. We have much to celebrate when it comes to good work and effort. We will continue to have high expectations for all of our students. Just this week we discussed the importance of continuing to hold our students to high standards in all areas. Likewise, we are all committed to holding ourselves to high standards and expectations as we support our students’ learning in every way. If you have questions about your child’s progress and achievement, please feel free to contact us. Remember that we are your partners when it comes to your child’s education!
10 Community Club Mtg./ZOOM 7 pm
17 MLK Jr. Day - No School For Students
3 2nd & 3rd Gr. Vocal Music Concert/WMS 7 pm
7 Community Club Meeting 7 pm
14 Valentine Parties 2:15 pm
18 Teacher Work Day No School for Students
21 Presidents' Day No School for Students
22 District Strings Solo & Ensemble/WMS 6 pm
Monday, January 17th - NO SCHOOL - Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Friday, February 18 - NO SCHOOL - Teacher Work Day
Monday, February 21st - NO SCHOOL - Presidents’ Day
Wednesday, March 9th – 4-8PM and Thursday, March 10th – 8AM-4PM
Friday, March 11th - NO SCHOOL
Welcome Back to Loveland Mr. Raydell Cordell III
Please help us welcome back Mr. Raydell Cordell III to Loveland as he will be student teaching in Mrs. Stevens’ fourth grade classroom. We are looking forward to having Mr. Cordell share his talents and gifts with our Loveland learners.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
It is exciting to be back with our students as we begin the second semester.
All students can benefit from setting a goal for continuous improvement as the New Year begins. In addition, a good goal to set for the New Year is to help your child achieve their highest potential. Some great ways to do this are to check for homework every day, ask them about school, and read each evening.
Don't Forget to TAGG
SHOP - Shop at participating local businesses.
SNAP - Snap a pic of your receipts with the TAGG app.
EARN - The business will donate a percentage to Loveland
January Community Club Meeting
The next Loveland Community Club meeting will be held next Monday, January 10 from 7-8pm via Zoom (link below).
Join Zoom Meeting
If bad weather forces the closing of school, you will receive an automated phone message/text message from the District the night before or the morning of the closing. Information will also be posted on the District’s Facebook page (Westside Community Schools - District 66), on Twitter (@West- side66), and on the District’s homepage (www.westside66. org). We will also ask local radio and television stations to make the announcement.
Before and after school, the streets are filled with students walking, biking, and waiting for rides. Please be extremely careful while driving in the neighborhood, as the streets are snowy and icy. As the snow begins to pile up please drive extremely cautious in and out of the Loveland neighborhood. Please communicate with your child about the importance of safely walking to and from school during these winter months.
The Digital Dozen Award
Kindergarten Round Up!
We are creating a list of children who will be eligible for kindergarten next year. If you have a child who will be turning five years old on or before July 31, 2022 but haven’t received a call, or if you know of someone new to the neighborhood, please let Mrs. Carlson know. Soon we will be sending out important information about our parent meeting as well as Round Up day for the children.
Remember to set up your child's lunch account through My School Bucks. This is an easy way to add money for a la carte items or extra portions for your child's favorite lunch items. They will thank you for that. When setting up your child(ren) you will need their student ID, which you can obtain by calling the front office.
Every Wednesday we will end the school day at 3:00 pm instead of 3:30 pm. This gives our teachers throughout the district collaboration time by attending weekly professional learning communities. Please plan accordingly to pick your child up at 3PM.
2022 Battle of the Books
Mark your calendars to join us for the 2022 Battle of the Books on March 19, 2022 at Westside Middle School! This annual Westside district tradition provides an opportunity for teams of 3-5 students in 4th-6th grade to participate in a quiz bowl-style competition where they answer questions based on content from the 2021-2022 Golden Sower nominees.
Here is a link for more information
Loveland Spirit Wear-New Yard Signs and Tees
Do you want to show your Loveland School spirit? Check out the link below for all of our amazing spirit wear. Place your order online today (items will be delivered to school)!
We have new yard signs and super soft Land of Love tees with the paw logo and a pop of color on the back. Maeve is 6 and is wearing a youth Small in the new design. Both can be purchased on our Spirit Wear site.