Two conferences sessions are offered each school year for parents to discuss the progress of their children. The first session is Monday, November 11th from 8:00 a.m. concluding at 5:00 p.m. and Tuesday, November 12th from 12:40 p.m. concluding at 5:00 p.m. The second session will be in April. All Day Kindergarteners and All Day Classes (unless enrolled in Extended Care) as well as children in the lunch program will be dismissed at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday. You will receive your Progress Reports on November 4th. If you would like to schedule a parent-teacher conference, please call the school for an appointment. Conferences are twenty minutes long. Children do not attend the conference. Please bring the Progress Report with your signatures to the conference. If you do not wish to have a conference at this time, please sign the report and return it by Friday, November 8th.
We must have the originals returned
There is no school during the conference sessions, however the Extended Care Program is in session.
Extended Care Program In Session
Monday, November 11th
No P.M. Classes
Tuesday, November 12th
Wednesday, November 27th
Through Friday, November 29th
Parent Rosters are Ready!
Please stop by the front office to request one for your child’s classroom(s).
Cold weather is approaching so please check your child’s spare
clothing box to see that the shorts and tee shirts are replaced with pants and long sleeved shirts. It is also very helpful to label all jackets, hats and gloves.
We thank you for providing nutritious lunches including all the food groups (school provides organic milk) with the appropriate portions. Keep in mind your child’s size in relation to the proportions. A healthy lunch gives your child the energy they need for their afternoon. If a treat is packed, your child knows that eating all the lunch must be accomplished before the treat (dessert) can be enjoyed. That’s why you see those items returning home unopened and uneaten. Remember, trail mix, dried fruits or a small granola bar are great treats to provide for dessert. Yogurt is a great source of calcium with out the added sugar found in pudding. Always check the label not only to see if an item is low fat, but also for the amount of sugar. Notes are a great way to remind your child you are thinking of them without the extra calories. Remembering to supply your child with utensils is also greatly appreciated.
In compliance with state law, our communicable disease policy as related in the Parent Handbook states that a child with a temperature of 100 degrees or higher, must be free from fever twenty-four hours before returning to school. We appreciate your cooperation in helping us to maintain a healthy environment. Please help us show consideration for each other’s children by complying with this policy. If your child is ill and is going to be absent from school, a phone call to the school is appreciated. If the illness is communicable, we need to know so that we can inform other parents to watch for symptoms.
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