01/29/21 Elementary Friday Bulletin
from Mr. Folken, Elementary Principal
Tuesday: Groundhog Day
Wednesday: Online Learning Day
NATIONAL SCHOOL COUNSELING WEEK!
Next week is a great opportunity to recognize our School Counseling Team. Thank you Mrs. Hospodarsky, Ms. Grippo, Mr. Prister, Mrs. Larson, and Mrs. Stenger! We appreciate all you do for our students, staff, and school community!
1-5 National School Counseling Week
1 MAP Window Opens for (3rd/4th)
2 Groundhog Day
3 Online Learning Day
8 MAP – Reading – 3rd/4th
9 MAP – Reading – 3rd/4th
10 Online Learning Day
11 MAP – Math – 3rd/4th
12 Lincoln’s Birthday
12 MAP – Math – 3rd/4th
14 Valentine’s Day
15 Washington’s Birthday Observed (President’s Day)
17 Online Learning Day
22 School Board Meeting
24 Online Learning Day
VALENTINE’S DAY / SPRING PARTY
As I’m sure you are aware, as part of our Elementary Return to Learn Plan, we have avoided sharing food and other items between students this school year. Due to these ongoing safety measures, we are not going to exchange Valentine Cards or candy this year for Valentine’s Day / Spring Parties. However, teachers and students will be still be encouraged to celebrate in ways that allow us to follow COVID-19 procedures.
HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS ONLINE
Families may view Monticello High School games online by clicking: HERE
PLEASE CONTINUE WITH SCHOOL COMMUNICATION
Parents/guardians, please continue to reach out to your school nurses if you or your child has or is exposed to COVID-19. They will be happy to answer questions and assist you with determining your child’s return to school date. Mrs. Speltz may be emailed at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Coronavirus Home Page – You may refer to this link to help you understand COVID-19 symptoms and school/family protocols.
Friday Folders – You may check the Friday Folders link weekly for other pertinent information and events.
Enjoy the Weekend!
Elementary School Mission: With the support of staff, parents and community, it is our mission to create a positive and collaborative environment where students grow and achieve at high levels in addition to being independent, creative problem solvers.
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