Katie Curry , 9 days ago
Red Ribbon Week 2020!
We are so excited about Red Ribbon Week this year! It will be held the week of October 26th – 30th. We are going all out with a classroom door decorating contest, red ribbons, dress up days, and trick or treating for all grade on Friday the 30th during the school day. If you would like to donate bags of candy for our trick or treat, please label it (Mrs. Davis – Red Ribbon).
Monday: Black Out Drugs! (wear all black, red ribbons will be given)
Tuesday: Drugs Aren’t in My Future! (career dress up)
Wednesday: Give Drugs the Boot! (western day)
Thursday: Don’t Get Mixed Up in Drugs! (wacky day)
Friday: BOO to Drugs!!! (wear your Halloween costume & trick or treat!)
Katie Curry , 10 days ago
What is Virtual Friday for Elementary?
Virtual Fridays in the elementary will look much like a normal school day for us. We will be teaching, reviewing, and pulling small groups to meet students' academic needs. We are encouraging all students to attend, however, if your family chooses to take advantage of this day you will need to let your child's teacher know. Please communicate with your child’s teacher the day before to request a device. There will be no new assignments assigned on Fridays, and the student can work independently on the educational websites they use at school and read. We will not be sending home hotspots. It is very important that if your child takes a device home they bring it back, as they use them every day. Attendance will not be held against anyone on Virtual Fridays. However, if your child is struggling academically and needing support, your child’s teacher may request that they come on Fridays. This will start Friday, October 30th.
Please let us know if you have any questions. Thank you for your support and flexibility!
Katie Curry , 11 days ago
We are looking forward to speaking with you all at conferences this week. Please take a moment to fill out our brief survey. Thank you and we appreciate your input!
Katie Curry , 12 days ago
Please read this important safety message.
Car rider line for the elementary ends at 8 am each morning. According to our handbook policy, if you bring your child after that time they will need to be checked in at the K-1 or 2-4 office and will be counted tardy. After
8 am there are no adults present to unload your child and we do not allow the students to get out of the car by themselves without a staff member. Safety is a top priority for all students and it is vital they are not dropped off without an adult present. Thank you for your cooperation with this matter and I appreciate your support in following our school policies.
Event: Thanksgiving Break - No School
Mon, Nov 23 - Fri, Nov 27
Event: Christmas Break - No School
Mon, Dec 21 - Fri, Jan 1
Event: Parent/ Teacher Conferences
3:30 PM - 6:30 PM
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