The Justiss Newsletter

March 2022

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Principal's Corner

Spring Fever


Yes, Spring Fever is real! Especially for students in Elementary schools! When spring begins to approach Spring fever begins hitting everyone at Justiss. The weather will begin finally warming up and summer will begin peaking around the corner. Everyone, both students, teachers, and myself will begin feeling a bit like the walls are starting to close in.

So how can you as parents help us combat the frustrations and feelings of Spring Fever as they begin to approach?

  1. Take your child(ren) outside to play, to the park, for a walk in the sunshine when they get home to get fresh air and vitamin D!

  2. Start a garden with your child(ren)!

  3. Spring is a great time to get your child(ren) outside and go for nature walks.

  4. Spring is also a great time to start recycling projects!


Help us combat Spring Fever and embrace the excitement and energy of the warmer weather coming by getting them outside! This will help make our day a little smoother as we transition through Spring Fever and help avoid the frustration and our student’s natural reaction to being stuck inside as

spring is sprung!


Your Principal,

Reneé Elmore

PTO

Thank you to everyone who sold items for our Big Kahuna Fundraiser!

Keep an eye out for information on the party bus/pizza party!

Justiss Yearbook

Time to order your Justiss yearbook!

Books are only $15 this year and are still printed in FULL COLOR! Cover art created by our very own, Mrs. Hamm!


Orders are due Friday, March 11th. There will be a limited number of copies, so be sure to reserve yours today!

You can also order online using the link below:

https://link.entourageyearbooks.com/my/justiss


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Counselor's Connection

Spring has sprung…and what a perfect time to talk about the big idea: “Cooperation.” Working together to do more than you can do alone! Being able to work productively and respectfully with your classmates, coworkers and family members, are such important skills. How do we cooperate with:

A teacher

  • Listen while they teach

  • Try your very best

  • Participate in class discussions and activities

  • Come prepared with your supplies and homework

  • Have a positive attitude and follow the social contract

A family

  • Obey parents

  • Use kind and respectful words

  • Ask before using and put back what you get out

  • Share and take turns

  • Do a fair share of the chores

A team

  • Show up for practice and games

  • Give 100%

  • Encourage teammates

  • Have good sportsmanship

  • Never give up

  • Be a Champion

I would like to encourage you to consider incorporating “cooperation” activities at home that fosters fun, teamwork, and united successes, such as:

  • Board games

  • Scavenger hunts

  • Chores

  • Planning family outings

  • Goal setting

  • Cooking/planning meals

  • Crafting projects

Hang up and hang out with each other and practice taking turns, listening carefully to each other, and having fun! Cooperation is worth it!


Your Counselors,


Mrs. Irwin & Mrs. Little

Reminder: All visitors must check-in with a driver’s license in the front office.

Dates to Remember:

Mar. 7th: Pancake Days-K, 4th, & 3rd Grade

Mar. 8th: Pancake Days-2nd & 1st Grade

Mar. 8th: 2nd Grade Music Performance for Parents and Family 6:00 PM

Mar. 9th: 2nd Grade Music Performance for School 8:30 AM
Mar. 11th: Yearbook Orders Due

Mar. 11th: 3rd Nine Weeks Ends
Mar. 14th-18th: Spring Break 🌸
Mar. 21st: 4th Nine Weeks Begins

Mar. 22nd: Spring Picture Day

Mar. 23rd: Report Cards Posted to Parent Portal

Congratulations to our January GROWL Award Recipient ⭐Nurse Johnson⭐

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