Friday, January 27th
Thank you for attending 2nd Semester Parent Night! If you missed the meeting, please take time to read through the slides: 2nd Semester Parent Night
Last night, Mrs. Hester talked about the 42 math facts that students should be able to answer when adding and subtracting within 5. Please go ahead and make the math fluency flashcards on index cards like was in the presentation. Continue to practice the Fry sight word flash cards at home. I will begin assessing for the next Progress Report next week. Thank you for your support.
Please remember to return the green Practice Folders on Monday. The completed Practice Sheet can be sent back to me in the green folder.
Please click here to read next week's newsletter: January 30-February 3
After you and your child finish the Multiculturnal Night Home Project from Mrs. Bolden, please send it back to school in your child's folder so it can be displayed in the hallway. Multicultural Night is on February 3rd at 6:00. Come and enjoy the fun event!
Monday, January 23rd
**Attention! Attention! Practice Folders Are Coming Home Today!** The children are bringing home their new Practice Folders today. These are the green folders you provided at the start of school. Everything you need to know about the Practice folder is written on a note inside the folder. Please be on the lookout for the Practice Folder.
Remember the 100th Day of School is tomorrow. A note went home in folders last week with ideas for dressing up as a 100 year old. We will have a fun day celebrating.
Keep working on the Valentine's Exchange Home Project. As your family works on writing valentine's, please have your child do the writing, not mom or dad. When your child has finished writing the names on the cards, please let your child practice reading the names. Your child will need to be able to read the name in order to drop the valentine in the correct bag. I sent this home early so the children have plenty of time to work on this project.
I'm looking forward to seeing you on Thursday for 2nd Semester Parent Night. Please send the parent who works with your child on the practice sheet. Here is the invitation: 2nd Semester Parent Night Invitation
Thursday, January 19th
Here is next week’s newsletter: January 23-27. Thank you for taking the time to read the newsletter each week.
Tomorrow is our big field trip to Bob Jones to see our classmates sing and dance in Aladdin. Please wear your mint green kindergarten class shirt. You may want to wear a long sleeve shirt underneath. The auditorium can be chilly. We will not bring jackets with us. The buses will start loading early in the morning. Please be on time to school. We will have lunch as soon as we return to campus. Since that exact time is unknown, visitors will not be allowed to join us. Thank you for your cooperation.
Don’t forget to read over the dress up days next week for the Great Kindness Challenge! Kindness Dress Up Days
I look forward to seeing you at our 2nd Semester Parent Night next Thursday, January 26th at 5:30 in the Media Center. Please have the parent that works with your child on the practice sheet attend the meeting. Parent Night Invitation
Tuesday, January 17th
Reminders for our field trip on Friday:
-All students should wear their class shirt on the field trip.
-Please wear a long sleeve shirt under the class shirt. The auditorium can be cold and we are not bringing jackets.
There is an important note in your child's folder about our 100th day of school next week.
Please keep Friday’s note about Valentine’s Day in a safe location to refer to as your child works on writing their name and the names of their classmates.
Mark your calendar for Second Semester Parent Night on Thursday, January 26th at 5:30 pm. Please plan for the parent who works with your child on the practice sheets to attend this event.
Next week is the Great Kindness Challenge. Please see the following notes from Mrs. Sturdivant for more information about this exciting week-long event.
Kindness Dress Up Days
Kindness Challenge Checklist
Thursday, January 12th
Here is next week’s newsletter: January 17-20. Thank you for taking the time to read the newsletter each week. If you haven't read it before, these are five components to the newsletter: upcoming events, the monthly challenge, a preview of this week's ELA and Math instruction, and Important Kindergarten Information. Be sure to check it out!
Valentine's Day is almost a month away! Tomorrow there will be a note in your child's Daily Folder with directions for the Valentine Exchange Home Project. By starting early, your child can write one valentine card per day and never have hand cramps. :) Please see this flyer with pictures to help answer questions: More Information about Valentine's Day
We have focused on subtraction since returning from winter break. When looking at a subtraction sentence, I suggest pointing to the minus and equal sign and asking your child to tell you what it is called and what it means. The plus sign, minus sign, and equal sign are frequently confused in Kindgeraten, especially when the students begin writing the addition and subtraction sentence on their own without just tracing the signs.
- No school on Monday, January 16 in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
- Send Practice #11 on Tuesday, January 17th.
- Our field trip to see Aladdin Jr. will be Friday, January 20th. Your child needs to wear our class shirt on January 20th.
- 2nd Semester Parent Night is Thursday, January 26th at 5:30.
Monday, January 9th
As you read in the newsletter, this week during our literacy instruction, we are learning about the digraph th. We are learning that a digraph is a team of two letters that make one sound.
A new practice sheet was not sent home today. I should have waited to send Practice #11 until today instead of a three-day week. So Practice #11 needs to be completed by Tuesday, January 17th. This works out well for many families that did not have time to complete the practice sheet. If your family has already completed it, I ask that you continue to listen to your child read the blending words, sight words, and sentences. Thank you!
Our next CES PTA Spirit Day is Wednesday, January 11th. The theme is Career Day! Students are asked to send in $1 to dress up as their future career this day. Please send this donation in an envelope with your child’s name, teacher’s name, and CES Spirit Day written on the outside. As a reminder, clothing and shoe guidelines still need to be followed on dress-up days.
- Report of Learning Folders came home on Friday. If you have not signed and returned your child’s report card, please do so and return it tomorrow.
- No School on Monday, January 16th in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
- Our field trip to see Aladdin Jr. will be Friday, January 20th. Your child needs to wear our class shirt on January 20th.
- 2nd Semester Parent Night is Thursday, January 26th at 5:30. Please mark your calendar and send the parent that works with your child on the practice sheets at home.
Thursday, January 5th
Here is next week's newsletter: January 9-13 . Please take time to read the newsletter. Thank you!
Help at home: We are now writing our first and last names on our papers. Your child is expected to be able to write their name with correct letter formation and orientation to the line. Please work on this with your child. Learning your last name, how to spell it, and writing it can be difficult and can take longer to master.
Report of Learning Folders will come home tomorrow with your child’s 2nd Nine weeks Report Card and the mid-year DIBELS and iReady reports. Please read the yellow note that is in the folder before reading the reports. Thank you!
Tuesday, January 3rd
Happy New Year! I hope you and your family had a wonderful and relaxing break.
Here is this week's newsletter: January 4-6. Please take time to read the newsletter. Thank you!
The 3rd Nine Weeks of school is packed full of essential learning in Kindergarten. If your child is healthy, it is important for him/her to be at school on time each day ready to learn. If there is anything you need from me in order to make that happen, please reach out. I am here to help.
Help your child select one picture from Christmas Break that he/she would like to share with the class. Help your child decide what they would like to say to the class about the picture. Email the picture to me before 7:30 tomorrow (Wednesday) morning. Thank you!
I look forward to seeing your child tomorrow. Your child will need: a water bottle, one snack, and their rest mat.
Thursday, December 15th
We had a wonderful Christmas party today! The students really had fun! Thank you to all who sent in items to make the party a success! I also want to thank the parents who were able to come and help with our party. I also want to say how much I appreciated the class gift for me. It is so thoughtful and I love it! Thank you all!
Wow, it is hard to believe we have finished the first semester of our school year! As I said on Parent Night back in August, this year will fly by, it truly goes by so fast. Thank you for all your support this semester. Thank you for sharing your children with me each day and entrusting me with their foundation school year! I have enjoyed watching the kids learn and grow this semester, I know we have big things ahead for next semester!
I hope you all have a very blessed Holiday, enjoying time with family and friends! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Reminder: After Winter Break students will return to school on Wednesday, January 4th. I look forward to seeing the kids in 2023!
Monday, December 12th
Our next CES PTA Spirit Day is Wednesday, December 14th. The theme is pajamas! Students are asked to send in $1 or more in order to wear pajamas to school this day. For this Spirit Day the cash donations will be split evenly between the custodians, cafeteria staff, and our plant manager. They work so hard at school to prepare meals and keep the building clean. Please send this donation in an envelope with your child’s name, teacher’s name, and CES Spirit Day written on the outside.
Parents, please listen to your child read anything that comes home with sentences. For example, every Word List, phonics framework page, and Wonders Readers have "just right" sentences for your child to read to you. If you click on the links, you will see an example of what I am referring to. We are not sending home a new Word List this week, but I hope you save the old ones and let your child read from those. The more your child practices reading, the better the reader they will be. Daily practice will make a HUGE difference. Thank you for your support at home.
We are so excited that our school-wide field trip to Bob Jones to see Aladdin Jr. will be next month! Field trip forms will be coming home in folders tomorrow. The cost of the field trip is $2. Please send in field trip forms and money back to school by Thursday, December 14th.
- Our sight word assessment will be done tomorrow. Please review the list again tonight!
- Reading Logs are due on Wednesday. Your child will receive FIVE Good Time tickets if they have 25 books recorded on the reading log for this nine weeks.
- Parents, please listen to your child read anything that comes home with sentences. For example, the Word List, phonics framework pages, and the Wonders Readers have just right sentences for your child to read to you. The more your child practices, the better the reader they will be.
- Thursday, December 15th is the last day to pay for the yearbook.
- Please remember that students are only allowed to wear tennis shoes to school.
- Rest mats will come home on Wednesday this week due to Thursday and Friday being half days. School will dismiss at 11:30 on the half days.
Thursday, December 8th
Here is next week’s newsletter: December 12-16. Thank you for taking a moment to read the newsletter each week and stay informed.
Thank you to everyone who generously donated to help sponsor our angel off of the angel tree. I know our angel is going to have an incredible holiday season.
Next Thursday, December 15th and Friday, December 16th are half-days of school. Elementary students are dismissed at 11:30. *Please note this is a different time from normal half days. If you haven't filled out the Half Day Google Form yet, please do so. Here is the link: Half Day Google Form
Monday, December 5th
2nd Nine Week Assessments have started. We will assess sight words on Tuesday, December 13th. Please make sure your child gets plenty of sleep each night and eats a healthy breakfast each morning. If you plan for your child to be absent, please let me know so I can plan accordingly to assure missed assessments are completed.
Our class holiday party will be on Thursday, December 15th from 8:30 - 10:00 a.m. There will be food and a craft (making candy canes out of pipe cleaners and beads). Please sign up here if you are able to help with the party and/or provide food or supplies. Thank you for all of your support!
I wanted to give out a few reminders about jackets-
We go outside for recess as long as the “feels like” temperature is above 32 degrees. Please pay attention to the weather and send an appropriate jacket.
Keep working with your child on zipping his/her jacket until it is mastered. Thank you! Many of them have it down pat now which is very helpful as we transition to and from recess.
If you send gloves, hats, or scarfs we keep those items in pockets or sleeves while the jackets are zipped to their chairs in the classroom. This makes our transition to recess easier than everyone going to the closet to dig for those extra items.
Friday, December 2nd
What a fun and exciting day we had in Kindergarten! We spent the day on the engineering component of our AMSTI Balls and Ramps Unit. It is called Sidewalk Safety. First, we did a test to learn that the size of a push determines the distance an object travels. Then, we did truck races and learned that the size of a push determined the speed of the truck. Next, we learned about slopes and looked at pictures of runaway truck ramps. Then, we learned about barriers and looked at pictures of concrete barriers on highways. Finally, we put everything together and worked in groups to create a plan to stop the spring-loaded truck in the safety zone. I encourage you to talk with your child about their experience today. It would make great dinner time conversation! Unfortunately, I was so busy helping all of the groups, I didn't have time to take pictures.
Here is next week's newsletter: December 5- 9 Please take a few minutes to read the newsletter.
Way to go! So many families were at or above 20 books read! Thank you for making reading a part of your family's routine. If your child has 25 or more books recorded on the reading log when they are turned in on December 14th, your child will receive FIVE Good Time tickets. If the entire class meets the goal, then we get an extra recess!
Keep working on the Kindergarten sight word list that was on Monday's post and a copy was sent home in folders.
We have a busy week ahead! Please have your child get plenty of rest each night and arrive at school on time. Thank you for your support!
Monday, November 28th
Angel Tree Donations - Please send $1.00 in an envelope labeled with "Angel Tree Donation" in your child's blue daily folder. We are collecting through Friday, December 2nd. (See email sent on November 18th.) Thank you!
Semester Assessments - We started taking our iReady math assessment today. We'll finish it tomorrow. After that, we will take our iReady Reading assessment. On Thursday, the students will take their DIBELS benchmark assessment. Please make sure your child gets plenty of sleep each night and eats a healthy breakfast each morning. Thank you for your support.
Fry Sight Words - This note provides a list of the Fry sight words that are taught during 1st semester: Fry Sight Word Note Please review the words at home to help your child read them automatically. Thank you for your support.
Reading Logs - Students need to have 25 books recorded on their 2nd Nine Weeks Reading Logs by December 14th. On Friday, I will check-in on progress. Please try to have 20 books read and recorded on the log.
Holiday Party - Our Holiday Party is Thursday, December 15th from 8:30-10:00. Parents are invited to join us for the party, but siblings may not attend. You will receive an email with a sign-up genius soon. Thank you in advance for your willingness to provide items for the party.
Sunday, November 27th
I hope your family enjoyed the Thanksgiving break! Here is this week's newsletter: November 28th -December 2nd. Please take the time to click the link and read the newsletter so you know about everything happening at school this week. If your child completed the November challenge, please send a note in their Daily Folder tomorrow. The December challenge is especially important this week with all of the assessments happening, so be sure to check it out.
Our Kindergarten grade level team has chosen to sponsor an angel off the angel tree. If you and your child are interested in helping provide Christmas for our angel, you may send in $1.00 in an envelope in the blue Daily Folder. The Kindergarten teachers will be purchasing the items and will take care of everything. If you'd like to participate, please send the dollar by Friday, December 2nd.
Tuesday, November 15th
Yesterday we began our unit on sorting. We are learning how to 1) sort by attributes, 2) count the amount in each group, 3) sort the groups by amount. We practiced these skills yesterday using M &M’s! The children sorted them by color, then they counted how many of each color they had. Finally, they sorted the color groups by amount. Today the students worked in groups to sort various objects. By the end of this unit, the children should be able to do our 3 step sort for multiple attributes of the same group of objects.
Progress Reports will be coming home in the Report of Learning Folders on Friday, November 18th. Please read over it, sign it in the box labeled 2nd Nine Weeks, and return it to school after Thanksgiving break.
Friday is Community Hero Day! Students may dress up like their favorite community hero and bring in $1. Please remember that dress up days must follow the dress code.
As the cold winter weather arrives, please dress your child to go outside for recess. We will go outside as long as the “feels like” temperature is 32 or greater. Please put your child’s name in their coat. Winter boots are not allowed at school. Students need to wear socks and velcro or slip on tennis shoes.
Thursday, November 10th
Here is next week’s newsletter: November 14-18. Thank you for taking a moment to read the newsletter each week to stay informed.
The PTA sponsored a Trail Mix bar for teachers in honor of Thank a Teacher Month. If you contributed to this, I want you to know that your thoughtfulness was appreciated!
All of the students were happy to hear that we are going to use the M&Ms on Monday for our sorting lesson. Thank you for sending so many to school. If there are any extra packs after we finish the lesson, I plan to put them inside the prize box that we use for our weekly drawings.
Our class really enjoyed learning about veterans and going to the Veterans parade yesterday. They also illustrated a Veterans song and poem for their Poetry Notebook. I don't always remember to send it home each week. I hope you enjoy reading them with your child when it comes home.
Helpful weekend to do list:
Wash your child’s rest mat and return on Monday morning.
Have your child practice zipping their coat until they can do it independently 3 times in a row.
Finish Practice Sheet #7 and return it to school on Monday morning inside your child’s Blue Daily Folder.
Enjoy the long weekend!
Tuesday, November 8th
Please watch this quick, less than 2 minute, video Mrs. Hester made about two new boxes on Practice #7. Click here to watch video. Thank you for your support!
Our school’s Veterans Parade is scheduled for tomorrow morning from 9:00-9:30. Please have your child wear red, white and blue. Also, if your child would like to make a sign to hold during the parade, please make it at home and send it to school with your child tomorrow morning. Send me an email if you or a family member is driving in the parade so we know to look for you.
The Game Night form is due tomorrow.
Tomorrow night we are having a school spirit lunch at Slim Chickens from 4pm-9pm. Make sure you tell them you are with Columbia! Show this flyer when at the register.
Request: When looking through your child's Halloween candy, please send 1- 2 packages of the Fun Size plain M&Ms in your child's folder for us to use later in November for a math lesson. Thank you!!
Thursday, November 3rd
Here is next week's newsletter: November 7-11
Our 3rd annual Drive Thru Veterans Day Parade is on Wednesday at 9:00 - 9:30. Have your child wear red, white, and blue. You are welcome to make a sign for your child to hold during the parade. Please send it on Wednesday morning. We'd love to see any veterans from your family drive thru our parade. Let me know if we should expect to see you.
Reminder - No School on Friday, November 11th in honor of Veteran's Day.
Please label your child's jacket with their first and last name. If the jacket is labeled, it will be easier to find it in the lost and found and return it to you.
Please send Practice #6 to school on Monday. Thank you!
Monday, October 31st
Please remember to send the Practice Sheet to school each Monday. Practice #6 is in your child’s daily folder today. If you did not return Practice Sheet #5, please send it tomorrow. Thank you!
Columbia Elementary School will be hosting the following events on November 9th in order to honor Veterans Day!
The eS2S Astro Ambassadors will be handing out thank you cards to families with Veterans during the morning car line! Cars will put their flashers on to signal that they have a Veteran in their family.
There will be a drive thru parade at CES for our students to honor Veterans from 9:00a.m.-9:30a.m. in the back car line area.
Students are encouraged to invite a Veteran friend or family member to eat lunch with them on the CES stage on November 9th. Veterans can purchase a lunch at the school for $4.75 or bring their own lunch!
Please see these fliers for more information.
Flu and Illness Reminders:
If your child has a fever he/she must be fever free for 24 hours (without the use of fever-reducing medicine) before returning to school.
Students must also be free of vomiting or diarrhea for 24 hours before returning to school.
Do not be tempted to send your child back to school too soon, children with the flu or other illnesses need time for their body to recover.
Request: When looking through your child's Halloween candy, please send 1- 2 packages of the Fun Size plain M&Ms in your child's folder for us to use later in November for a math lesson. Thank you!!
Friday, October 28th
Here is next week’s newsletter: October 31-November 4 . Thank you for taking the time to read the newsletter each week.
It was so much fun seeing some of our students at Trail of Treats on Thursday night! The costumes of the students I saw looked great and I know everyone had fun! I wanted to also thank you for supporting our school by attending or sending in money for your child to buy items from the book fair. Just so you know, the library was closed for checkouts all week because of the Book Fair. We'll go again starting on Monday.
If you haven't filled out the Google Form for fall conferences, please do so as soon as possible. The link was on my post on October 14th. Here it is again: Google Form I will soon begin conferences with those who've already requested one. If you select that you do not want a conference, you will still receive a conference form. If you have already filled out the Google form, you do not need to fill it out again.
Please note that we try to go outside for recess daily. If temperatures are above 32 degrees, we will go outside. Now that temperatures are getting colder, please send your child a coat or jacket daily. I also know it is a temptation to send your child in boots when the weather is colder. Please remember to participate safely in P.E. and to play in the playground, students need to wear tennis shoes only.
Students dressing up on Monday, October 31st will be acceptable, as long as the costume follows our current dress code to include the following conditions:
- No masks that cover the face.
- No scary or gory costumes.
- No props that look like weapons.
- Appropriate shoes should be worn.
- No inflatable-type costumes that could prevent the student from sitting appropriately in a desk.
- No onesie costumes in Kindergarten.
Have a great weekend!
Monday, October 24th
I have collected Practice Sheet #4 today and have sent home Practice Sheet #5. If you didn’t send in your child’s Practice Sheet today, please send it tomorrow in their blue Daily Folder. For those that forgot their practice sheet, I will be listening to them read the words from the Word List tomorrow.
Red Ribbon Week is this week: Please refer to the October 20th post, on our class Remind App, or our schools’ social media platforms for the dress up days.
The Book Fair will be open all this week. It will be open from 7:45-2:15 daily and will close on Friday, October 28th at 11:00 a.m. In addition, if you wish to come and shop with your child the Book Fair will be open during the Trail of Treats Thursday night from 6:00-7:00 p.m. Our class is scheduled to visit the Book Fair on Wednesday from 9:45-10:15. If you plan for your child to participate in the Trail of Treats please remember to send in a bag of unopened candy with your child.
Please empty your child’s Daily Folder every day.
Please send your child to school with a snack and a bottle of water.
Please make sure your child has a change of clothes in their backpack that is appropriate for the season.
I will be out of the classroom tomorrow and Wednesday for trainings. I can't wait to be back in the classroom on Thursday.
Thursday, October 20th
Here is next week’s newsletter: October 24 - 28. Thank you for taking the time to read the newsletter each week.
The Trail of Treats is Thursday, October 27th at 6:00. We are still in need of candy for this fun event! Each family that is participating needs to send an unopened bag of candy to be distributed that evening.
The Book Fair will be open this coming Monday, October 24th. It will be open from 7:45-2:15 daily and will close on Friday, October 28th at 11:00 a.m. In addition, if you wish to come and shop with your child the Book Fair will be open during the Trail of Treats on Thursday night from 6:00-7:00 p.m. Our class is scheduled to visit the Book Fair on Wednesday from 9:45-10:15. If you would like for your child to purchase books you can send money in a marked envelope or Ziplock bag inside your child’s daily folder.
We will begin our Science unit on Balls and Ramps on Monday. Please read the important information on the newsletter linked above pertaining to this Science unit. I also hope that you and your child are enjoying spending time together as you do the October Challenge that you will find at the upper right hand corner of our newsletter.
October 24th-28th is also our Red Ribbon Week. The following are dress up days for this week:
Monday- wear red to show “we are RED-y for Red Ribbon Week”
Tuesday- wear your favorite sports jersey or team gear to “team up against drugs”
Wednesday- wear workout clothes to “work out your choices Wednesday”
Thursday- wear mismatched clothing to “change poor choices to good choices”
Friday- wear pajamas to “follow your dreams.”
Starting tomorrow, students will have the option to purchase ice cream only on Fridays. The cost of ice cream is $0.75. If you would like your child to purchase ice cream, please ensure there is money in their lunch account. You can send cash or check inside your child's folder in an envelope or bag labeled lunch money.
Tomorrow is Rock Your School Day. Don’t forget to have your child dress up like a rockstar. We ask that your child’s outfit is school appropriate and they have on tennis shoes.
As you know the weather has become drastically cooler. Over the weekend please practice doing the following:
Have your child practice taking on and off their winter coat
Practice zipping and buttoning their coat
Practice taking off coat without the sleeves being inside out
Write your child’s name on the inside of their coat
Tuesday, October 18th
Wow! What an awesome Field Trip we had to Gullion Farms! The children really enjoyed petting the animals, picking a pumpkin, the hay maze, corn crib, gathering eggs, the pony ride, the giant slide, fishing, and milking the cow! I was very proud of the children as they were all so well behaved. We really had a great day! Thank you to our chaperones and to all of the parents who joined us at the farm! It wouldn’t have been successful without all of your help!
We have had an awesome first quarter in Kindergarten! It’s so hard to believe that nine full weeks have gone by and that we are now into our second nine weeks! I have enjoyed watching our students transition into school and our classroom and make so much progress academically. If you haven’t already, please sign your child’s report card and send your child’s Report of Learning Folder back to school as soon as possible.
Next Thursday night will be our Trail of Treats at 6:00. If your family is attending, please send in an unopened bag of candy.
Starting on Friday, students will have the option to purchase ice cream only on Fridays. The cost of ice cream is $0.75. If you would like your child to purchase ice cream, please ensure there is money in their lunch account. You can send cash or check inside your child's folder in an envelope or bag labeled lunch money.
We still need families to help blow up microphones for Rock Your School day on Friday. If you would like to help blow up microphones, please email me and I will send home a pack for you to return before Friday.
Friday, October 14th
Here is next week’s newsletter: October 24-28. Thank you for taking the time to read the newsletter each week.
Report of Learning Folders are coming home today with your child’s 1st Nine weeks Report Card. As discussed at Parent Night, our grading scale is 4, 3, 2, 1. Your child will not receive a 4 until the standard has been taught to the full depth of the Kindergarten expectations AND your child has shown consistent mastery of the standard. At this time of the year 2s and 3s are extremely common. Another thing we discussed at Parent Night was that Kindergarten teachers system wide have a rubric to follow when assigning a 4, 3, 2 or 1 for a standard. After reading the Report Card, please do two things. First, sign the report card in the address box on the front page. Second, I would like one parent from each family to complete this Google Form.
If you are available to help decorate the hallway and prepare items for the Rock Your School event, please use this link to sign up. We need volunteers that can come without children at 4:00 on Thursday, October 20th. Thank you for your willingness to help!
This important note is coming home in folders today: Field Trip Notes I’m posting the note on the website just in case you misplace it before Tuesday morning.
The AEA Be A Champion and Read contest will begin on Monday when the form comes home in your child's daily folder. Students will read six reading-level appropriate books to qualify. All reading logs should be submitted by Friday, October 28th. No late entries will be accepted. Every student who completes the special Be A Champion and Read reading log will receive an Alabama or Auburn bookmark. The grand prize - two students will be selected statewide - one Alabama fan and one Auburn fan - to receive free tickets to the Iron Bowl. Each prize includes game tickets, sideline passes, and pre-game activities for the winner and two accompanying guests.
We had a wonderful teacher appreciation lunch today provided by PTA. Thank you so much to those that contributed to the luncheon or provided Duty Free Lunch. We all enjoyed this delicious meal in the quiet library!
Enjoy the Fall Festival tomorrow!