I can't believe we have wrapped up Marking Period 5! Parents, please keep in mind that report cards will be coming home on Wednesday. That means it is College T-Shirt Day! We would love for all of our kids to participate in wearing their favorite college shirt and jeans on Wednesday.
We have noticed that many of our students are not eating breakfast before they come to school. I thought I would share some information on the importance of eating a good breakfast. Research shows that eating a healthy breakfast before starting the school day is linked to improved concentration, better test scores, increased energy, a higher intake of vitamins and minerals, and even a healthier body weight. Breakfast is especially important for young students whose brains use up about half of the body's energy. Many of our students start to get sleepy around 10:00am and lose their concentration on what they are working on in class. Here are some examples of healthy breakfasts for kids: whole grain cereals, muffins, waffles, eggs, fruit, and yogurt.
Thursday we have a super fun day! We are having $1 Hat Day to support our Leadership Club's Need project and their trip to Washington D.C. So pick out your favorite hat to wear to school and donate $1 to our leadership club!
Thursday is also our STEAM Night! This is one of our most favorite and fun nights of the year! Please click this link for more info about STEAM Night
Our yearbook committee is having an ART contest. Please click this link to learn more! Working Together,
Interim Elementary Principal
04/09-Saturday School for attendance, tardies, and early dismissals
04/13-Report Card Day (wear your college t-shirt)
04/14-$1 Hat Day (wear your favorite hat to school for $1)
04/14-STEAM NIGHT; 5:30-7:30 Free, fun, family event
04/18-Teacher Workday; no school for kids
PLEASE NOTE THE IMPORTANT INFORMATION BELOW:
YEARBOOKS ARE NOW ON SALE
Yearbooks for the 2021-2022 school year are now on sale for $25.00. Please click the following link to complete an order form:
The use of face coverings at school is recommended.
Please keep your student(s) at home if:
your student is showing signs of illness...click here for a list of symptoms to look for that may be Covid-19 related
you or your student are awaiting test results for Covid-19
your student, or someone in the home has tested positive for Covid-19
Notify our school immediately with any positive Covid-19 results by emailing:
Click hereto view the "Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services" plan
Click hereto view the "Elementary Healthy Bites" Newsletter for March 2022