It's hard to believe we're halfway through this school year. As we resume the learning, here are a few things to keep in mind.
Even though the weather hasn't seemed winter-like, we will probably face cold and snow eventually. Be sure your children dress warmly enough for their walk to/from the bus stop and for outside recess. I consider several factors including temperatures, winds, sunshine and length of time outside. Each day is a case-by-case basis. We will go out as often as possible so children have fresh air, sunshine and time/space to get moving! Thanks to your generosity, we collected many "warm things" during our December drive so if a child needs a hat, gloves, scarf, or even a winter coat, we can find something to help. Just contact your child's teacher if you have or know a child in need.
Speaking of winter weather, there may be times when school is delayed or even canceled. Our district informs parents/guardians using our automated phone call system. We also post the information to our websites, through our social media accounts, and via local media outlets. Keep your phone handy and/or stay tuned to any of these options!
Second quarter grade cards will be sent home Monday, 1/13/2020. Student award certificates will be sent separately. You may find a friendly reminder letter about due/overdue school fees. If you have any questions, please call the office and speak with one of our secretaries, Mrs. Scott or Mrs. Bowman.
Click here to view our Family Fun Newsletter for January. Thanks to our LEAD Team action group focused on school-home partnerships. Members include Taylor Brown, Martha Cable, Rob Caldwell, Kalie Debevoise, Michele DeGraeve, Wendy Hanson, Heather Izer, Jennifer McNichols, Michelle Parsell, and Donn Strock. A copy will be sent home with students and attached to our school email communications too. Enjoy!
No school for students on MLK, Jr. Day, Monday, January 20, 2020
2-hour delayed start for students on Wednesday, January 22, 2020 (no student drop-offs before 10:20 am)
Carol Field, Principal
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