Wolverine Weekly

Sibley East Elementary - January 31-February 4, 2022

Report Cards

First semester report cards will be mailed home on Monday, January 31. Please be on the lookout and reach out to your child's teacher if you have any questions.

5th Grade Eagle Bluff Parent/Guardian Meeting

We're planning to have an Eagle Bluff meeting next Monday evening (January 31) at 7:00 p.m. at the elementary in room 203. There is a Zoom link below in case you need to attend remotely. I will also record the meeting and share it with families afterwards. Topics to be discussed are: room assignments, packing, chaperones, schedule, classes, paperwork, and trip finances.

Hope to see you there!

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 985 5691 2784
Passcode: a22THB

E-Learning Materials

Please watch for communication from your child's teacher regarding the distribution of E-Learning materials. Some teachers may ask you to keep these materials in a safe spot at home while others may instruct your student to store the materials in their take-home binder. Regardless, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out.

These materials will be utilized in the event we have another E-Learning day this year.

Wolverines' Got Talent

Below are a few of the videos that were captured during our talent show last week. It was such a hit that I'm sure we'll do it again this year. Enjoy!

Elizabeth & Hadley


Adelynn & Gretta


3rd Grade Boys




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2nd Quarter Wolverine PRIDE Students

Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic

Sibley County Public Health is hosting two Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine clinics for 5-11 year olds on Tuesday, February 1 and Tuesday, February 22 from 3:00 - 7:00 pm. Both clinics will be held at the Sibley County Service Center - 111 8th St., Gaylord. Pre-registration is required. The Pfizer vaccine is a two-dose series for children ages 5-11.

Registration link for February 1: https://prepmod.health.state.mn.us//appointment/en/clinic/private_registration/SDku5UGC7rvaZXqXhhsY6diGFBKcYzgd

Registration link for February 22: https://prepmod.health.state.mn.us//appointment/en/clinic/private_registration/szpC6ywsYs7Ph2PD2WNAnGEoEPzWcJqE

These clinics coincide with the State of Minnesota's Kids Deserve a Shot! campaign. Minnesota families who get their kids 5-11 years old fully vaccinated in January and February can get a $200 Visa gift card. In order to be eligible, Minnesotans 5-11 must receive their first and second dose between January 1 and February 28, 2022.

Later this spring, there will be drawings for five $100,000 Minnesota college scholarships for all Minnesotans 5-11 years old who are fully vaccinated. For more information on the Kids Deserve a Shot! campaign, visit https://mn.gov/covid19/vaccine/vaccine-rewards/kids-deserve-a-shot/index.jsp .

Mrs. Sylvester's Teddy Bear Picnic

Wolverine PRIDE Ticket Winners of the Week


1st Semester Report Cards

Report cards will be mailed home on Thursday, January 27. If you have any questions upon receipt, please be sure to reach out to your child's teacher. The 5th grade students will also receive a letter about the upcoming Minnesota Student Survey in their mailing.

Just a reminder that teachers report student progress on grade level standards on a scale of 1-4 (they no longer use a transitional letters such as A, B, C, etc.). Generally speaking:

  • A score of 4 means = The student has not only mastered the concept, they can teach it to a classmate and can apply what they learned.
  • A score of 3 means = The student can do the work on their own; they've mastered the concept.
  • A score of 2 means = The student is partially successful with the concept and needs some help.
  • A score of 1 means = Even with help, the student cannot complete the work...YET!

Snack Cart & Milk Break

Tuesday, January 25th marks the beginning of the second semester or the second half of the school year.

  • Snack Cart for the second half of the year is $25
  • Milk Break for the second half of the year is $35 (free for kindergartners)

Your child is welcome to bring a healthy snack or water bottle from home instead of the school's snack or milk.

After School Activity with Mr. Scott

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