|05/07/21 Elementary Friday Bulletinfrom Mr. Folken, Elementary Principal NEXT WEEK – SUPPORT STAFF APPRECIATION WEEK!Sunday HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY to all the moms!Monday Tuesday Wednesday SCHOOL NURSE DAY! 12 PM DismissalThursday Friday SCHOOL NURSE DAY!Wednesday, May 12th is National School Nurse Day and a great reminder to recognize School Nurses. Thank you to Mrs. Speltz and Mrs. Heinrich! We appreciate all you do for our students, staff, and school community! SADIEExciting news! Your student may have reported seeing a new face at school in the past week or so. Our new therapy dog in training, Sadie, has made some appearances at school as she gets accustomed to the school environment. She’s already made many friends and is doing well so far. Students have been modeling great behavior so she knows just what to do. She will finish up the year in training and then hopefully certify over the summer in time to start “official” work with the beginning of the 2021-22 school year. |
ELEMENTARY STUDENTS OF THE WEEKCongratulations to these Carpenter and Shannon Students of the Week. These students have done a great job demonstrating our building expectations of responsible, respectful, and safe and deserve to be recognized and celebrated. SOTW Video for Week of May 3rd PLEASE CONTINUE WITH SCHOOL COMMUNICATIONParents/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: email@example.com 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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