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Friday, December 13, 2018

Holiday Celebration – Thank you in advance to our room parents and all who are helping to organize or contribute to our holiday celebration on Thursday. You are all welcome to join us at 2:30pm on Thursday to wish our friends happy holidays and safe journeys. 

Writing – We look forward to our last week of poetry writing before the break.  Although we are completing our poetry unit, this is a writing form that we hope has inspired students to try some poetry on their own or when they have free-writing.

Math –  Look out for an end of unit math assessment that will come home next week. You will see teacher notes that may give you some insight as to your child’s progress at this time. Any questions or concerns, please contact the teacher. Getting ready to travel? Visiting relatives? Don’t forget to pack a deck of playing cards, dice or dominoes. Playing games with family is a great way for kids to build number sense – grandparents are particularly good for this!

Leaving Early / Returning late? If your child will not be in school each day through Thursday, December 19 or will not be returning to school on Monday, January 13, please let the teacher know for planning purposes.

Important Dates:

Tuesday, December 17 – Due date for filled Taganka bag donations

Thursday, December 19 – Grade 1 Winter Holiday Party at 2:30pm

Thursday, December 19 – Last day of school before Winter Break

Monday, January 13 – School resumes

1AO – First day on the ice is Monday, January 13.

1DE – First day on the ice is Monday, January 13.

1CR – First day on the ice is Tuesday, January 14.

1HM – First day on the ice is Thursday, January 16.

Monday, January 20 – After School Activities Session 3 begins

Thursday, February 13 – After School Activities Session 3 ends 

 

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Friday, December 6th, 2019

Unit of Inquiry Expo –  It was great to see so many parents here for our Expo. Thank you for giving us your time, and allowing us to share our learning. Clearly, the first graders enjoyed having their parents at school and showing off their work. Maybe the expo gave you some ideas for holiday activities. Perhaps you might like to put together a timeline of events that take place during your holiday, or you might like to collect artifacts to remind you of your family experiences!

Wednesday, December 11 – Dress rehearsal for the Holiday Concert: We will have a concert dress rehearsal with photos, so please send your child to school in his/her formal uniform. Please also send in a change of clothes so that we can ask them to change straight after the rehearsal to help us keep their formal clothes clean for the actual performance the next day.

Book Fair Next Week – Your child brought home a small plastic money bag with information about next week’s book fair. Here are the days for the first grade class visits to the book fair: 

Tuesday, 10th December – 1DE

Wednesday, 11th December – 1HM, 1CR, 1AO

Holiday Concert – We are excited about our time on stage. Please join us for the grades 1-4 holiday concert on Thursday, 12th of December at 9:00 in the School Bolshoi Theater. The first graders will help you get into the spirit of the holidays as they will be on stage singing and playing.

Ice Skating Begins – All first graders are required to bring their skates and hats to school starting the 11th of December for a try-on and helmet fitting. We will not be on the ice in December, but the ice skates must be at school from 11th to 19th December to ensure your child is ready for the try on when the PE department is ready to do it within the above dates.  First day on ice in January for each class is written in the important dates below.

Writing – We are learning that poetry is often a short burst of emotion or action that might inspire a feeling or reaction from the reader. Ask your child about some of his poems and please share some poetry in your home language with your child.

Math –  The first graders are working on the number pairs to make 10. A great way to practice this is to use playing cards to play Tens Go Fish. All the cards (take out jacks and kings, queens are used as zeros) are face down in a pile. Each player takes 5 and checks his hand for any pairs that make 10 (2 and 8, 7 and 3, etc.) to lay on the table in front of him. The players take turns asking another player for a card he needs to make a ten. Dad do you have a 4? Yes, here you go. OR No, sorry go fish. If no, then the asking player draws a card from the pile. When the cards are all gone, the winner is the player with the most number pairs that make ten.

Leaving Early? If your child will not be in school each day through Thursday, December 19, please let the teacher know. This will assist our room parents in planning for our holiday celebration.

Important Dates:

Tuesday, December 10 to 12 – PTO New Book Fair – check for specific day above

Wednesday, December 11 – After School Activities Session 3: Sign Up begins

Wednesday, December 11 – Students wear formal uniform for concert rehearsal

Thursday, December 12 – Holiday Concert for Grade 1 to 4 from 9:00 to 9:45 am – Formal uniform

Thursday, December 12 – After School Activities Session 2 ends

Tuesday, December 17 – Due date for filled Taganka bag donations

Thursday, December 19 – Grade 1 Winter Holiday Party

Thursday, December 19 – Last day of school before Winter Break

Monday, January 13 – School resumes

1AO – First day on the ice is Monday, January 13.

1DE – First day on the ice is Monday, January 13.

1CR – First day on the ice is Tuesday, January 14.

1HM – First day on the ice is Thursday, January 16.

Monday, January 20 – After School Activities Session 3 begins

Thursday, February 13 – After School Activities Session 3 ends 

 

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Friday, 29th November, 2019

Conferences – It was great to meet with families on Thursday to share our progress and next steps. Thank you for taking the time to be here.  As always if you have any questions or concerns, please contact your child’s teacher at any time. 

Unit of Inquiry – We are busy getting ready for our Expo on Thursday 5th of December from 8:30 to 9:30 am.  You are welcome to come in at any time during that 1 hour slot. When you arrive, pick up your child from his/her classroom. Your child will be ready with the ‘Expo Clipboard’ that you will fill in together as you explore the museum.  Looking forward to seeing you there. Please let us know if you cannot attend, so that we can arrange another teacher to be your child’s ‘parent’ that morning. 

Writing – The first graders began their poetry unit with an investigation of poems and how they are different from other writing. What makes it a poem? Most of the classes began with list poems, choosing a topic like a season and writing a list of words that make you think of that season. Ask your child about some of the poems s/he has been working on in writing. Try writing a list poem with your family.

Math –  Help your child practice his/her addition strategies using playing cards to play the game Card War. Split the deck evenly. Each player turns over 2 cards and adds them. Look for your child’s addition strategies: starting with the biggest number and counting on, using doubles and double + 1 (if I know 6+6 then I can figure out 6+7 or 6+6+1), looking for pairs that make 10, thinking of ten when adding nine, etc. Need more challenge? Turn over 3 or 4 cards and see how your child groups them to add. Ask why they put those two cards together first. Why did that make adding easier?

Save the Dates:

  1. First Grade Expo –  Thursday December 5th from 8:30 to 9:30, parents are invited to the Maly Theater at AAS as the first graders share their curated artifacts to give an insight into themselves as part of our units titled: Where We Are in Place and Time & Who We Are.  
  2. Holiday Concert – Thursday, December 12th from 9:00 to 9:45, the first graders will be on stage in the Bolshoi Theater at AAS, performing in their holiday concert.

Important Dates:

Thursday, December 5 – Grade 1 EXPO in the Maly Theater from 8:30 to 9:30 am

Tuesday, December 10 to 12 – PTO New Book Fair

Wednesday, December 11 – After School Activities Session 3: Sign Up begins

Thursday, December 12 – Holiday Concert for Grade 1 to 4 from 9:00 to 9:45 am

Thursday, December 12 – After School Activities Session 2 ends

Tuesday, December 17 – Due date for filled Taganka bag donations

Thursday, December 19 – Last day of school before Winter Break

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Friday, November 22, 2018

Friday, November 22, 2018

Conferences – See you on Thursday 28th November –  There is no school Thursday, instead please accompany your child to school at your scheduled time to discuss goals and progress with the teacher. If you have not scheduled a conference yet, please contact the elementary office to do so. Students wear formal uniforms for the conference.

Unit of Inquiry – As we get ready for the Grade 1 Expo, your child will be looking carefully at their artifacts to see if everything they brought in represents/explains parts of their life journey from birth to age 6/7. Your child might take some artifacts back home if they don’t want to include them and even opt to change them for something else from home they feel would better show a part of their life. Please help your child in this process.

Writing – The first graders have begun exploring poetry. Do you remember any poems that you learned or wrote in school? Can you still recite them?! Share some poetry in your home language with your child.

Math – As we have been working on all the number pairs that make 10, our next step is to use that knowledge to add 3 numbers.  Use playing cards to play Draw Three at home to practice this. Each player takes three cards and adds them. The partner with the highest number wins. What strategies does your child have for adding? At first s/he may count all of the dots. Then it is hoped they move on to putting the largest number in their head and counting on from there. Some may then begin recognizing numbers that go together easily like doubles and then counting on. Are they able to recognize pairs that make ten quickly and then add the third card? 

Save the Dates:

  1. First Grade Expo –  Thursday December 5th from 8:30 to 9:30, parents are invited to the Maly Theater at AAS as the first graders share their curated artifacts to give an insight into themselves as part of our units titled: Where We Are in Place and Time & Who We Are.  
  2. Holiday Concert – Thursday, December 12th from 9:00 to 9:45, the first graders will be on stage in the Bolshoi Theater at AAS, performing in their holiday concert. 

Important Dates:

Thursday, November 28 – Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences – No School

Thursday, December 5 – Grade 1 EXPO in the Maly Theater from 8:30 to 9:30 am

Tuesday, December 10 to 12 – PTO New Book Fair

Wednesday, December 11 – After School Activities Session 3: Sign Up begins

Thursday, December 12 – Holiday Concert for Grade 1 to 4 from 9:00 to 9:45 am

Thursday, December 12 – After School Activities Session 2 ends

Tuesday, December 17 – Due date for filled Taganka bag donations

Thursday, December 19 – Last day of school before Winter Break

Friday, November 15th, 2019

A Note from the Elementary Student Council – The Student Council would like to encourage all students and families to support the Taganka Gift Giving Fund, taking place from November 18th to December 17th.  As a caring community, we would like to contribute Christmas gifts to the Taganka Foundation which is an organization that supports children with special needs. Your child will bring home a gift bag and more information on Monday. Of course, your participation is optional.

Conferences – Our student/parent/teacher conferences are on Thursday, November 28. There is no school that day, instead you accompany your child to school at your scheduled time to discuss goals and progress with the teacher. You should have received an email from the ES office with instructions for signing up for your conferences. If you have any difficulty in this process, please contact the office. Students wear formal uniforms for the conference.

Reading – Thank you for keeping up with daily reading with your child. Our up-coming conferences will be a great time to let the teacher know if you feel your child is bringing home books that are “just right” for his reading level or if you have any concerns about reading.

Writing – We have finished our Narrative writing unit and even had a grade 1 celebration where we shared our writing with other grade 1 students. The rubric for the learning in the Narrative writing unit will be shared with you soon. It might be shared with you at conferences, put into Seesaw or a hard copy may go home. If you need to know more, please ask your child’s teacher about it.

Math  – Get out the dominoes and practice addition strategies. Draw a domino and add – the highest wins. Does your child recognize a 4, 5 and 6 without counting? When he is adding, your child may count all of the dots. Then he may say one number (hopefully the largest) and count on. They should begin to recognize doubles and adding of 1, 2 or 3 automatically. The more often you play, the more efficient s/he will become.

Save the Dates:

  1. First Grade Expo –  Thursday December 5th from 8:30 to 9:30, parents are invited to the Maly Theater at AAS as the first graders share their curated artifacts to give an insight into themselves as part of our units titled: Where We Are in Place and Time & Who We Are.  
  2. Holiday Concert – Thursday, December 12th, the first graders will be on stage in the Bolshoi Theater at AAS, performing in their holiday concert. 

Important Dates:

Monday, November 19 – Taganka Gift Drive begins, fill a Holiday bag for a child in need

Thursday, November 28 – Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences – No School

Thursday, December 5 – Grade 1 EXPO in the Maly Theater from 8:30 to 9:30 am

Tuesday, December 10 to 12 – PTO New Book Fair

Wednesday, December 11 – After School Activities Session 3: Sign Up begins

Thursday, December 12 – Holiday Concert for Grade 1 to 4

Thursday, December 12 – After School Activities Session 2 ends

Tuesday, December 17 – Due date for filled Taganka bag donations

Thursday, December 19 – Last day of school before Winter Break

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November 8

Friday, November 9, 2018

AAS Grade 6 Food Drive – October 15 to November 15, 2019

Please help spread the word about the AAS Food Drive.AAS Food Drive benefits the Noy House, which is a shelter that helps those in need who are willing to work to get back on their feet. People living there include those who work in the community for small wages, the elderly, those with disabilities, and women with children. We need non-perishable food (cans, dried foods, and baby food) and hygiene items (shampoo, soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste, diapers size 4 to 6, and baby wipes). Our goal is to collect 10,000 items. There are collection bins in front of the ES Office.

Unit of Inquiry – Artifact homework: If your child has not brought in artifacts yet, please help him/her to bring them in early next week.  We ask that you please help your child gather 8-10 artifacts (physical objects) to bring to school as the basis for creating their personal museum.  Please see our earlier email or contact your child’s teacher for more details.

Reading – Thank you for keeping up with daily reading with your child. Our up-coming conferences will be a great time to let the teacher know if you feel your child is bringing home books that are “just right” for his reading level or if you have any concerns about reading.

Writing – We will be wrapping up our Personal Narrative writing unit soon. As part of the wrap up, the students will be expected to edit and ‘publish’ a writing piece of their choice. Ask your child questions like, “What do writers check for when they edit their writing?  If a part does not make sense, what should a writer do? What do you want to get better at in writing?

Math  – Get out the dominoes and practice addition strategies. Draw a domino and add – the highest wins. Does your child recognize a 4, 5 and 6 without counting? When he is adding, your child may count all of the dots. Then he may say one number (hopefully the largest) and count on. They should begin to recognize doubles and adding of 1, 2 or 3 automatically. The more often you play, the more efficient he will become.

Conferences – Our student/parent/teacher conferences are on Thursday, November 28. There is no school that day, instead you accompany your child to school at your scheduled time to discuss goals and progress with the teacher. You will be receiving an email from the ES office with instructions for signing up for your conferences. If you have any difficulty in this process, please contact the office. Students wear formal uniforms for the conference.

Save the Dates:

  1. First Grade Expo –  Thursday December 5th from 8:30 to 9:30, parents are invited to the Maly Theater at AAS as the first graders share their curated artifacts to give an insight into themselves as part of our units titled: Where We Are in Place and Time & Who We Are.  
  2. Holiday Concert – Thursday, December 12th, the first graders will be on stage in the Bolshoi Theater at AAS, performing in their holiday concert. 

Important Dates:

Thursday, November 28 – Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences – No School

Thursday, December 5 – Grade 1 EXPO in the Maly Theater from 8:30 to 9:30 am

Wednesday, December 11 – After School Activities Session 3: Sign Up begins

Thursday, December 12 – Holiday Concert for Grade 1 to 4

Thursday, December 12 – After School Activities Session 2 ends

Thursday, December 19 – Last day of school before Winter Break

 

Friday, November 1st, 2019

AAS Grade 6 Food Drive – October 15 to November 15, 2019

Please help spread the word about the AAS Food Drive.AAS Food Drive benefits the Noy House, which is a shelter that helps those in need who are willing to work to get back on their feet. People living there include those who work in the community for small wages, the elderly, those with disabilities, and women with children. We need non-perishable food (cans, dried foods, and baby food) and hygiene items (shampoo, soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste, diapers sized 4 to 6, and baby wipes). Our goal is to collect 10,000 items. There are collection bins in front of the ES Office.

Unit of Inquiry – Artifact homework: We need your help! We ask that you please help your child gather 8-10 artifacts (physical objects) to bring to school as the basis for creating their personal museum.  Please see our earlier email or contact your child’s teacher for more details.

Math – First graders brought home a mid-module math assessment. It is a check-in for teachers to guide the direction of our lessons. You will see teacher notes on your child’s paper that may give you a better insight to their work. 

Halloween  – Thank you to our class parents for organizing the first grade Halloween celebration, and thank you to all who contributed time or treats to the event! The kids loved it!

Activities Begin – New after school activities begin on Monday. Please make sure that all concerned are aware of your child’s schedule changes.

Reading – As the temperatures dip, it is a good time to find a cozy spot to listen to your child each day. Please remember to send the books back to school. We have completed our first Reading unit on ‘Good Habits of Reading’. Keep a lookout for the reading rubric that has been posted on Seesaw or sent home via the blue bag as an update on your child’s learning during this unit.

Writing – Our week away from school inspired some great personal narratives. Ask your child about a writing piece s/he has been working on in class.

Math  – How about getting out the playing cards (or dominoes or dice) this week and playing Card War. It is a great way for your child to practice addition facts and strategies for adding two numbers. Begin with the ace, two, three, four, and five cards and divide them between partners. Each player turns over two cards and adds them. The highest number wins all four of the cards. What strategies does your child use? Is s/he saying the larger number and counting on? Does s/he recognize the doubles (2+2, 5+5, etc.) and find them easier? If s/he is ready for a greater challenge, add the 6s, 7s, etc.

Important Dates:

Monday, November 4 – After School Activities Session 2 starts

Thursday, November 28 – Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences – No School

Thursday, December 5 – Grade 1 EXPO

Wednesday, December 11 – After School Activities Session 3: Sign Up begins

Thursday, December 12 – Holiday Concert for Grade 1 to 4

Thursday, December 12 – After School Activities Session 2 ends

Thursday, December 19 – Last day of school before Winter Break

 

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Enjoy the Autumn Break! Safe journeys to all who are traveling!

Halloween: All ES students come to school in costume on Thursday, October 31. The first grade class party is at the end of the day. Parents are welcome to join the celebration (in costume or not!) at 14:30. Thank you to all of our class parents who have helped to organize this.Friday, November 1st is also a Spirit Day- Dress in Black and White.

Unit of Inquiry: Thank you to the families who have sent in the life journey grids this week. If you have needed more time to complete it, please send the completed grid with your child on the first day back from holiday. As you might be making more memorable moments during the break, please help your child to save and artifact that could represent an important event/day during this break. It will come in handy when we ask students to bring in artifacts to show important events in their life journeys.

Reading: After the break we will be looking more closely at story elements in our read-alouds to help children build a habit of using elements to understand what they read. This can be a challenge for young readers, because it often requires them trying to read fluently while focusing on understanding what the story is about. Modelling the skills to do both simultaneously during read-alouds will help them to transfer their learning to their own reading. When you are doing home reading with your child, you can ask questions such as the following: What are the important parts of the story? What did you learn about the character? What describing words could we use to talk about the characters or setting? What do you predict could happen next? 

Writing: With a week away from school, we are looking forward to some great personal narratives by first graders who are inspired by their activities and adventures away from school. The week may provide another opportunity to send in some photos to keep in our writing folders. When something exciting happens, be sure to say, “This would make a great story!”

Math: Will you be traveling over the break? Playing with coins of any currency is great math practice. Can your child count by tens? Use the tens and ones coins to practice making two-digit numbers.

After School Activities – The sign-up for new activities began on October 16 and goes until the 29th. Look for the link on the Penguin Life page of the AAS website or in the ES News if you haven’t signed up already. The next session of activities begins the week of November 4. No Activities the week after the Autumn Break. Please ensure that students and all who are concerned with pick-up, including bus companies, are aware of your child’s schedule changes.

Important Dates:

October 21 to 25 – No School – Autumn Break

Thursday, October 31 – Halloween Party

Friday, November 1 – Black and White Spirit Day

Monday, November 4 – After School Activities Session 2 starts

Thursday, November 28 – Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences – No School

Thursday, December 5 – Grade 1 EXPO

Thursday, December 12 – After School Activities Session 2 ends

Thursday, December 19 – Last day of school before Winter Break

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Friday, 11th October, 2019

Unit of Inquiry: We have begun our combined WWAIPAT & WWA units. We will be looking at how curating historical evidence provides insight into people. As we unpack concepts such as ‘evidence, artifacts, journey’ we will also start asking the students to think about their personal journeys and important events in their lives that could be used as evidence to tell us about their personal histories.

Your child has brought home a grid to fill in the important events in his/her life. Please help your child to reflect on and remember the most important events that would tell us about his/her life journey as you work on filling in the grid together as a family.

Daily Reading – Thanks for reading daily with your child. Research shows the best way for students to make reading growth is with consistent practice reading “just right” books. We appreciate your daily efforts.

Writing – The first graders are producing more and beginning to build their writing stamina. They are learning how to stretch their personal narratives by adding details to their work. They can add interest to their stories with details about thinking, feeling, or action. Ask your child about his writing and how it is going.

Math  – Work on number sense with your child by playing Counters in a Cup. Begin with 5 counters (coins, legos, paperclips). Hide some in the cup and ask your child to tell how many are missing. Keep playing until your child can easily tell the missing number, then move on to six counters, seven, etc.

The PTO Elementary School Craft Fair is coming this Saturday, October 12th, from 12:00-3:00 pm in the South Cafeteria and Student Lounge.  This is always a very popular event for our ES students, who get the opportunity to make lots of different crafts in one afternoon. We invite all ES families to attend.

In addition, the Craft Fair is a volunteer-run even and we are still looking for parents to assist on the day.  No experience or crafting abilities are needed! Hoping you can support this event, our PTO and our Community at AAS, by signing up being a volunteer. Here is the link to sign up:  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0f4eaead2da2f94-craft1

Many thanks from your PTO Craft Fair Team!

Last week of Activities – We have one week left in this activity session. Sign-up for new activities begins on October 16. Look for the link on the Penguin Life page of the AAS website or in the ES News. No Activities the week after the Autumn Break.  Session 2 of Activities will start on November 4th, 2019.

Planning Ahead for Halloween? – Students are invited to come to school in costumes on Thursday, October 31. You may soon hear from your class parents about contributing snacks or volunteering for the first grade Halloween party. Thanks in advance for your assistance with this.

Important Dates:

Saturday, October 12 – PTO Craft Fair

Wednesday, October 16: Pinktober

Wednesday, October 16 – Sign up for second session after school activities begins

Thursday, October 17 – After School Activities Session 1 end

October 21-25 – No School – Autumn Break

Thursday, October 31 – Halloween Party

Monday, November 4 – After School Activities Session 2 starts

Thursday, December 5 – Grade 1 EXPO

Thursday, December 12 – After School Activities Session 2 ends

 

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Wednesday, 2nd October, 2019

Enjoy the long weekend! – No school Thursday and Friday

Writing – As we continue in our personal narrative unit, one of our goals as writers is to add details to our pieces. Four days away from school should provide a number of experiences to write about. As you are in the park or when that wiggly tooth comes out, suggest to your child that this could be something to write about. What happened? How did you feel? Of course if you begin to write at home, bring it in to share or work on further in class.

Math – Home Connection: As you may have noticed already, many of the games we recommend require playing cards, dice, coins, or dominoes. If you don’t have these available at home, perhaps these might be something for your shopping list. Here is another quick, easy game to practice counting on. Most of the students can start at one and count to twenty with little thought, but what if we start somewhere in the middle? Play the Count to Twenty game. Roll a die or draw a playing card. Begin at that number and count to twenty. Need more of a challenge? Try counting by twos from that number or count backwards from that number.

“Pinktober” – The initiative to have students wear pink on Wednesdays in October in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month has started once again this year. That means each Wednesday in October students can leave their uniforms in the closet and wear something pink instead. 

70th Celebration – Next week, we will be celebrating AAS’s 70th Birthday. The week is full of 70th Celebrations and curriculum connections. The ES Student Council has decided to make each day have an alternate dress theme. Four days will be dedicated to the decades that the school has existed and Wednesday has been set aside to honor Pinktober.

Here are the decades that the students may dress up as each day:

  • Monday (Oct. 7th): 1940s and 1950s
  • Tuesday (Oct. 8th): 1960s and 1970s
  • Wednesday (Oct. 9th): Pinktober (dress up in anything pink to bring attention to cancer)
  • Thursday (Oct. 10th): 1980s and 1990s
  • Friday (Oct. 11th): 2000s and 2010s

If a child is not able to dress for a decade, they may also come in International Costume or may wear their regular uniform.

On Monday, students will receive a 70th Birthday Cupcake with their lunch.

Each day, the ES Cafeteria will serve a daily special for lunch and dessert that coincides with the decades of the school.

On Friday, October 11th, the students will have a Celebration Rotation for the last 70 minutes of the school day. A variety of activities have been planned and students will choose which ones they will attend.

Important Dates:

Thursday/Friday, October 3 & 4 – PD for teachers / No School for Students

October 7 to 11 – School 70th Celebration Week

Wednesday, October 16 – Sign up for second session after school activities

Thursday, October 17 – After School Activities end

October 21-25 – No School – Autumn Break

Monday, November 4 – After School Activities Session 2 starts

Thursday, December 12 – After School Activities Session 2 ends

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