|Monday, May 2||PTO Meeting - 6:15 pm|
|Tuesday, May 3||Inspire Club - 2:50|
|Wednesday, May 4||Bike to School Day|
|Wednesday, May 11||EARLY RELEASE - 12:30|
|Tuesday, May 17||3rd gr. field trip to 1000 Islands|
|Friday, May 20||KG field trip to New Zoo 5th grade Transition field trip to South Park|
|Tuesday, May 24||5th grade Promotion - 8:00 am|
|Thursday, May 26||Field Day|
|Friday, May 27||1st gr. field trip to New Zoo 3rd gr. field trip to Ledgeview Nature Center|
End of the year medication pick-up
All medications (prescribed or over the counter) are to be picked up by a parent or guardian on or before the last day of school June 2, 2022 in the health office. Our district’s policy will not allow us to keep them for the next school year. This includes emergency medications such as Epi-pens and rescue inhalers.
Parents are encouraged to have an exact count for the last few weeks of school so we do not have any leftovers to send home. Phone calls will be made to these parents prior to the last week, asking them to be picked up.
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It is hard to believe that the final month of the 2021-2022 school year is already upon us. It is truly amazing how fast this school year has gone. As always, we wish to express our sincere gratitude toward our entire school community. We would not be the amazing school that we are without the help and support of all of you.
While our students are beginning to think of summer vacation and warmer weather, we are certainly busy and excited for our upcoming days. There will be assessments to see the culmination of students’ hard work and progress. There will also be classroom celebrations of learning, as well as school wide events to partake in the joy of the end of the year.
Our goal for every student is to finish the school year just as strong as they started. We want every student to remember that what they are learning in school is important, and that their learning occurs every day. We hope that you are beginning to plan and encourage your child to continue to find ways to learn and grow over the summer months. While this may come in the form of joining us for summer school, we also hope that you are planning to help your child experience and learn from the world around them.
- Art News with Ms. Stumpf
- Phy Ed News with Mrs. Lange
- Music News with Mrs. Schneider
- Media News with Mrs. Kese
- Reading News with Mrs. Boettcher & Mrs. Vollbrecht
- Math News with Mrs. Reuter
Art News with Ms. Stumpf
Phy Ed News with Mrs. Lange
Music News with Mrs. Schneider
Media News with Mrs. Kese
Reading News with Mrs. Boettcher & Mrs. Vollbrecht
Math News with Mrs. Reuter
Wednesday, May 4
Students are welcomed to join the fun and ride their BIKE, SCOOTER, or SKATEBOARD to school.
Students that participate in the event will be entered into a drawing to receive gift cards and other prizes. Make sure your name gets written down before the first bell!
Wear BRIGHT colors so you can be seen while crossing the street!
Walk your bike on and off the blacktop–ride it on the sidewalks.
In May we will have our Protective Behaviors Lessons in partnership with Reach Counseling. We sent a communication letter via email on Monday, April 25th along with the lesson schedule and some tips for parents/guardians. In case you may have missed it, here is a link to the letter.
We will also wrap up lessons with fun activities and some reflection.
As we move into summer, I am sharing some community mental health resources put together by our district for reference if in case at some point extra support and information is needed.
May you all have a safe and reenergizing summer. Thank you for the opportunity to work with your precious children. Wishing you all well!
During the month of May we are focusing on the power of intention. Our intention as we approach a situation or problem influences the outcome in profound ways. In our school family, we teach students our intent with problems is to always solve the problem and be helpful. When we make mistakes, those are an “oops” moment and an opportunity to grow. When we are helpful, we can all learn from our mistakes, take responsibility for our actions, and have the willingness to grow through personal choice. In the month of May, we will specifically focus on mistakes as an opportunity to learn and grow.