Happy Sunday! As a reminder, there is NO SCHOOL tomorrow, Monday, February 20, due to the President’s Day Holiday. We’ll see you all on Tuesday! In the meantime, some notes for the week:
Breakfast at School: We start serving breakfast as soon as we open the doors at 7:20 am. All buses arrive by 7:30, so any student riding the bus has time to get breakfast before the second bell, which starts the school day, at 7:45. If your child walks or gets a ride and you want them to have breakfast, we’d strongly encourage them to be here by 7:30. This should allow plenty of time for them to eat before the start of the day, which helps greatly with setting them up for a successful day by getting into their morning routine at the same time as the rest of their classmates. If it helps, feel free to drop them off at door 13 on the west side of the building, as this is right by our cafeteria!
Kindness Week: It was a great week of kindness last week! Students had fun talking about kindness in their classrooms all week, and we even had some kind kindergartners help Miss Shari with our Friday counselor tip!
Health Office: Do you have some clothing that your child has outgrown that you are looking to donate? The health office is in need of boys and girls pants size 5 to 14 and underwear in the same size range. Any help is greatly appreciated! Thank you!
Conferences/PowerPTC: Spring conference signup through PowerPTC in PowerSchool goes live this Wednesday, February 22. Please log into PS to register for your child’s spring conference. Conferences will be held on the evenings of March 9 & 13 (4:00-7:30 pm), and the morning of March 15 (8:00-11:30 am).
Sledding Day: It’s finally here! We have it scheduled for this Friday, February 24, provided the weather is warm enough. The early forecast at the end of last week was a little chilly, so we hope that changes for the better as we go through the week! If we have to reschedule, we’ll do our best to do that as quickly as we can.
It’s going to be another awesome week!
Mr. St. Louis and Mrs. Nagel, principals