The Riebli Record

John B. Riebli Elementary Newsletter--May 17, 2019

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CALLING ALL BOOKS!

CALLING ALL BOOKS!

Please check your child's backpack for a Library Reminder Ticket. Since our library sessions are over for the school year, all library books are to be returned. If your child has a Reminder Ticket, please look for the book, so your child can bring it back to me. If the book is lost, there will be a dollar amount at the bottom of the Reminder Ticket, to let you know how much money to send to me to cover the replacement cost. Thank you so much for your assistance.

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Thank You!!!

Thank You!!!

We had an amazing Spring Book Fair, and it wouldn't be possible without our amazing Riebli Community. Through rain and wind, you continued to purchase books and support our School Library. This is how I'll be able to get new and wonderful books. I am completely thankful.

Also, this wouldn't happen without our wonderful parent volunteers. A giant THANK YOU to Amy R., Amy L., Athina R., Kelly S., Marika N., and Cami K.! These gals give generously of their time and energy, making our MPR look like a fantastic book store. It was also wonderful to have Clifford show up at Open House to congratulation the children on all the reading they've been doing, and will continue to do. Thank you, Clifford!!!

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New 1-6th grade student to Riebli for next year!

We now have online enrollment for incoming 1st-6th grade only. Share with your friend the link below:


https://markwestusd.asp.aeries.net/air/


An email address is required to complete this process.

We are raising money for our new mentoring program, CREW. Win one week at an amazing house in Truckee. Tickets available int he office.

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What is CREW?

CREW is a non-profit that helps young people achieve their best in school and in life by providing mentoring at school. CREW stands for Courage, Resilience, Empowerment, and Wellbeing and is the first school-based mentoring program in Santa Rosa. Carefully selected adult mentors supported mentees for a two-year commitment. CREW trains these adult mentors spend at least an hour a week with their mentees in CREW center, located on our school campus (room 18). All mentors are screened, fingerprinted, trained and monitored during the mentoring time. CREW's goal is providing another caring adult in these students' lives.


Our CREW program manager is Lyn Romstad. She has created, organized, set up, and started recruiting mentors for CREW. She has been working with ECC to be a part of their 501c3 status and their board just approved the partnership this week.


If you would like more information, please contact Lyn at lromstad@teamcrew.org

Riebli’s Annual WALK-A-THON T-SHIRT DESIGN CONTEST!

Riebli’s Annual WALK-A-THON

T-SHIRT DESIGN CONTEST!

Riebli Panthers Kindergarten thru 5th Graders: PTA wants YOU to come up with

a picture design to go with the theme for our Walk-A-Thon for next school year.


Theme: “Super Heroes on the Prowl”

Winning design will be featured on the 2019 Walk-A-Thon T-shirts


Guidelines:

Create a unique design. You may draw it and/or use your own original computer graphics

(Please limit any writing as it won’t print well on the Shirts)

Drawings to be in black sharpie or pencil only on 8 1/2 x 11 inch size paper. No Color please

Individuals or groups can turn in a design

Make sure to include your name, grade, and room number on the back of your paper

The Deadline to turn in entry is Friday May 17th. Turn entries into office

Winner will be announced on Friday May 24th and published in the Weekly Newsletter

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Annoucements

We have some staffing changes for next year.


Ms. Amber is the front office is leaving us. She is changing career fields and is going to work for the SRJC police department as a dispatcher. We have hired Lisa Greco to fill her shoes. Lisa has started training and you will see her in the office next week training as well.


We have hired a new 6th-grade teacher for next year as well. Ms. Molavi, who covered for Mrs. Weber while she was on Medical leave, accepted the 6th-grade position for next year. She will be joining Ms. Gohl and Mr. Larson as part of the 6th-grade team.


Ms. Janet, aide in Kindergarten and First grade, and Ms. Celia, yard supervisor, are retiring this year. We wish them good luck on their next adventure.


Finally, Ms. Ballard, our RSP teacher, has decided to take a leave of absence for next year. She will be moving to Palm Springs to help care for her family. We are actively looking for someone to fill this position.

Data Confirmation is coming!!!

No more thick first day of school packets. Mark West Union School District is going Green!! We are asking all parents of 2019-2020 students to Log into their AERIES parent portal (a message will be coming in June about this from the District office) and confirm your students' information including student demographics, contacts, medical conditions, and authorization information.


The Computer Lab At Mark West School will be open July 8-July 24 from 8-10am, Monday through Friday, if you need access to a computer.


On the first day of school, you will send your student with the emergency card that the system prompts you to print when you complete this process. PLEASE SIGN THIS.


Class Lists will be posted at Riebli on Tuesday, August 13 at 4pm.

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6th grade corner

May 30: 6th grade picnic at Wikiup Tennis & Swim Club, 9:00-2:00

May 31: Promotion ceremony, 9:00 a.m., MPR (reception immediately following the ceremony).


Students need to be at school at their regular time of 8:30 a.m. Students may then leave with their families after the reception.


Dress Code for Promotion:

Boys: Slacks/khakis and dress shirts/polo style shirts (tie optional), no tuxedos

Girls: Modest dresses/pantsuits; no formalsls, strapless gowns or mini length dresses; shoe heel not to exceed 2”

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