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  • Family Newsletter - September 25, 2022

    Hello everyone-

    Wow, just wow! We had another great week! So much fun together making memories! We have a new kindergartner join our school community this week. We also had unified night lights and Fun Friday. The kids have had a wonderful week of learning and having fun together. Our assemblies this week focused on goal setting- you may view the presentation by clicking here. Our students will all have a reading goal that they are working for this first semester. This goal and progress will be communicated with you at Parent-Teacher Conferences in October. This Friday you should receive your child's mid-quarter progress report from your teacher.

    Thank you to everyone who came in to help pop the popcorn. I learned a few lessons this week- my husband is getting us an additional popcorn machine, one just can't keep up- we need more parent volunteers, thank you to those who volunteered to help pop and thank you to those who just jumped in and started helping and stayed after your child's lunch shift to keep helping- we ran out of popcorn, so more for next time. Still, it was so much fun! The kids had a blast and enjoyed the popcorn, I'm pretty sure they didn't notice when we switched to the store bought:). DJ Dr. A kept the beats coming and the 5th graders are going to work on their requests for an even better playlist next time. Thank you to everyone who was able to join us to make the lunch fun for all.

    We are welcoming our new kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Elena Fitzhenry, to our school community. She got to meet all of our kindergarteners on Friday and we are so happy to have her join our team ! With this addition, kindergarten only will begin an ABCDE specials rotation starting Tuesday.

    I will be out on Friday. My husband has a high school football reunion in his hometown of Auburn, NE Friday night. Dr. Alfred will be here if you need anything on Friday.

    Please reach out at any time to share any questions, concerns, or ideas. I am here to help and support you and your family. Thanks for all you do to help keep our students and staff safe.

    Take Care-

    Angeline

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