Tuesday, November 17, 2015

NOVEMBER 18, 2015

      Can you believe it is already mid-term?  Before you know it, the school year will be half over.
      We hope that you will make sure to look at your child’s progress report on line to see what he/she might have missing.  If your child does have any missing assignments, please make sure that he/she gets their assignment(s) into their teacher by Monday morning at the latest.  They will need to have all of their work turned in, with an 80% or better in order to qualify for Worker’s Holiday.  Worker’s Holiday will be on Tuesday morning.  We will be having a Read-A-Thon, so students that qualify, will need to bring some fun books to read.  Students will also be able to wear their PJ’s to school that day and they can bring in their own snacks to snack on while they are reading.
     Remember that Thanksgiving break starts on Wednesday November 25 through the 29th.  Students are to be back in school on Monday, November 30th.
     With the weather turning so cold, please remind your child to wear their coats, gloves and hats, if necessary.  Sometimes they are still required to go outside for different breaks and when they are not dressed appropriately, it can be really cold for them.
      Be looking for our next Newsletter to come out on December 16th.

      We appreciate all that you do to help out with the success of your child.  Always feel free to come and visit with us if you have questions, or if you just want to see what is going on in our classrooms.  We love parental help and support any way we can get it.
Sincerely, Mrs. Little, Mrs. Payne, Mrs. Williams

Note from Mrs. Payne:
    We regret that we have to say goodbye to Mrs. Kyndall, who has been our student teacher for the past 6 weeks. She will make a great teacher wherever her future takes her.  We will miss her!
     BOOK ORDERS are due tomorrow (Wednesday 18th), if you are interested in buying books for your child.
      Have a wonderful Thanksgiving Break!
                                                                     --Mrs. Payne

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