Mrs. Carlson's Newsletter

Friday, November 1, 2013

Updates to the county inclement weather policy

Sections taken from an email from Matt Haas, Assistant Superintendent:

As explained in the current school calendar, it will not be necessary to make up our first two lost days because we still will be able to meet the state department of education’s requirement of 990 instructional hours. If we have to close schools for more than two days, we will extend the end of the school calendar year.

As always, the division will notify parents, guardians and staff as soon as possible through e-mail and phone messages when it is necessary to close school. You also can call our hotline at (434) 296-5886 or visit our School Closings web page for up-to-date information, or better yet, follow the school division on Twitter at or “Like” us on Facebook

Ice Cream!

Students are able to buy ice cream at lunch on Thursdays for 75 cents. Any money for the cafeteria should be put in the ziplock back with your child's name found in homework folders.

Parent Volunteer Needed!

Is any parent available to come in every Tuesday to stuff Tuesday folders? Please send me an email if you are interested (

Important Dates

11/4 & 11/5- NO SCHOOL

11/6- PTO meeting 6:30-7:30

11/12- report cards go home in Tuesday folders

11/13- Crozet Gazette editor coming to visit

11/14- Crozet pizza night at Sal's

11/15- Walking field trip to the Crozet Library

11/27-11/29- NO SCHOOL Thanksgiving break

I Can Count to 100 (counting song for kids by Mark D. Pencil)

Your child needs to be able to independently count from 1 to 100 to meet the end-of-the-year benchmarks. These youtube counting videos help!

A Cosmic Kids Yoga adventure! Episode 1 - Squish The Fish

Exercise video to enjoy at home!

In the Classroom Next Week:

With only school days next week, we will primarily focus on writing elements (sentence structure, blending/sounding out words, spelling, punctuation)


Every nine-weeks, your child will bring home their own books. Encourage your child to read their books as much as possible! Jailynn is shown enjoying her books above!