Dr. Koop's Newsletter
June 2, 2023
Dear KRS Families,
Next week, is the final full week of the 22-23 school year! Friday, will include a fifth grade ceremony for fifth grade families to celebrate the students as very special individuals. We will miss the fifth graders and wish them great success in their future school years!
Have a wonderful weekend!
Dr. Kathy Koop
June 9, 2023 - Fifth Grade Celebration Ceremony 9:30 AM - For Fifth Grade Families
June 14, 2023 - Clap Out - 12:45 PM - All are invited to attend.
June 14, 2023 - Last Day for Students - Single Session 12:45 PM Dismissal
June 14, 2023 - Report cards will be available for viewing in Genesis at 3 PM.
Calling all Gardeners!
Library News - Summer Reading
With only a little more than a week left in the school year, the last day we will be loaning books is today. All books should be returned by June 12. Take some time to look around your home for school library books. You’ll know they belong to the library if they have a spine label that has the call number of the book and a barcode on the back that includes the name of the school and the title of the book.
Summer Reading Program At Madison Public Library
Ms. Dana Skwirut, the children's librarian at Madison Public Library, presented to the KRS students during their lunch periods over the past two weeks. She has a great program planned, beginning with the kickoff celebration on Tuesday, June, 20! Make sure to stop-by the library to sign-up. This is a great way to keep reading skills from sliding over the summer.
The Summer Reading Kickoff Celebration is Tuesday, June 20, 2023 from 2:00 - 4:00 PM at 39 Keep Street. Attend the celebration at anytime between 2-4 PM to celebrate the start of the Public Library’s 2023 Summer Reading Program! There will be games, crafts, face painting, an opportunity to sign up for the public library’s summer reading club, and more. The first 200 participants will receive a tote bag and an extra sweet treat just for registering!
Then at 4 PM all are invited for New Jersey’s Favorite Family Entertainer Conrad Cologne, who will perform an interactive magic and storytelling program for children and their families. Based on children’s books, stories come to life during the show using magic, interactive storytelling, puppetry, and comedy. The theme of the “Better Together Magic Show” coincides with the Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP) summer reading theme of “All Together Now”.
The program runs about 45 minutes and is suitable for children 4-12 and their families. This program will take place in the Chase Room. No registration is required, but be sure to arrive early as they will let the audience in on a first come, first serve basis.
Summer Programs for Children
Madison Summer Arts Program
There's still time to sign up for the Madison Summer Arts Program at MHS from June 19-July 14! Students entering grades 4 through 8 can choose from band, orchestra, musical theatre, dance, and art classes. Students entering grade 6 can also sign up for guitar lessons, jazz band, and flute ensemble. Hope to see you there! Please click on the QR code below for more information.
Please see this link for the Madison Summer Arts programs.
Madison STEAM Academy
- The Madison STEAM Academy returns this summer for its sixth year and is bigger than ever before! The STEAM Academy offers a hands-on, engaging camp experience for students entering grades 1 through 12 in the 2023-24 school year. With a diverse range of interesting courses, there's an exciting opportunity for every interest! Programming is offered across six week-long sessions in either AM, PM, or full-day options, and enrollment is not limited to Madison residents. Extended day options and tuition assistance are also available to ensure that any interested student can access this amazing program! For enrollment, course offerings, and more information, please visit www.madisonpublicschools.org/steamacademy
Fifth Grade More Than Madison - We are so proud of the KRS Fifth Graders for their More Than Madison projects!
Pomptonian Food Service News
As we start the last month of the school year, we want to share the last edition of the Nutrition News for this school year, Asparagus. Did you know New Jersey is the 4th largest grower of Asparagus in the country? June's vegetable of the month is also Asparagus; look out for it on your lunch menus.