This has been one of those rare school years where we haven’t missed a single day of school due to bad weather. If we can only make it through March! If we can, we will have a full Easter / Spring Break in April. Let’s hope for the best!
March Calendar of Events
March 3rd – AR/AM Rewards Trip (Bowling and Pizza)
March 6th - March 21st Pepperoni Roll/Cinnamon Rolls Sales
March 7th – NAEP for 4th Grade
March 13th – 2 hr. Delay for Teacher PLC
March 13th – March 16th – Pre-K Home Visits (No School for Pre-K)
March 14th – March 17th – Kindergarten Home Visits (No School for Kindergarten)
March 14th – Robotics Assembly @ 1:00
March 21st – School Pictures
March 24th – 2 hr. Delay for Faculty Senate
March 28th – Pepperoni Rolls/Cinnamon Rolls Delivered
Missing 2 days of school per month means
your child missed 10% of the school year.
Don’t forget; if your child is absent, please sent a note in explaining the absence.
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” Dr. Seuss
The Great Elk Garden Book Swap
Information was sent home about the Great Elk Garden Book Swap. We are looking forward to all of the children participating. They can bring in a book and “swap” it for another book at the end of the month. If they bring in 4 books they can swap them for 4 other books. It should be fun! Please make sure the books are in good condition.
We have a group of volunteers in the school helping in a variety of ways from cleaning to tutoring, answering the phones to scanning library books, playing with the children at recess to … well, you get the idea. There help is greatly appreciated! What is missing out of VOL NTEER? “U” Consider being a volunteer. You can go the Mineral County Board of Education web site and complete a “Volunteer” form. It takes approximately one month to be approved.
March Star Students
Benjamin Streets – Kindergarten
Carlee Jones – 1st Grade
Abigail Badillo – 2nd Grade
Madalynn Berg – 2nd Grade
Kaden Kosanic – 3rd Grade
Landon Weasenforth – 3rd Grade
Tristin Hott – 4th Grade