Classroom Happenings

Week of January 21 - 25, 2019
  • ATTENTION PARENTS:

Please remember that ALL visitors MUST report to the main office upon admittance to the building and sign in.  At no time should visitors go directly to any classroom or other room in the school.  We appreciate your adherence to this policy because it is for the safety of our students and staff.   

*Dress Down Day - $1.00 (1/21)
*Spirit Wear Day - Gold Color (1/23)
*Blue Ribbon Shirt Day -(1/24)
(If you don't have a Blue Ribbon Shirt, you may wear a plain dark blue shirt instead.)
*Sports Jersey Day - Wear your favorite team! (1/25)
*Progress Reports (1/25)

*Cartoon/Disney Character Day - Wear your favorite shirt! (1/28)
*Silly Sock & Hat Day - Wear your gym uniforms as well (1/29)
*Catholic School's Week Mass - 10:00 a.m. (1/30)
*Knowledge Bowl - 1:15 p.m. (1/30)
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Spirit Wear Day - Gold Color (1/31)
*Pep Rally - 1:00 p.m. (1/31)
*Please send in "Phanatic About Reading" log to be checked for the month of January (2/1)
*Tye-Dye/Polka Dot Day (2/1)
*Glow Run Day! (2/1)
*Early Dismissal - 12:00 p.m. (2/1)
*Class Mass - 9:00 a.m. (2/8)
*First Penance - 10:00 a.m (2/9)
*No School (2/18)
*Early Dismissal - 12:00 p.m. (3/1)
*Ash Wednesday Prayer Service (3/6)
*IOWA Testing Week (3/11-3/15)
   
                        Tests
ILA
Lesson 16 Reading Test (1/25)
Lesson 16 Spelling Test (1/25)

Math
None This Week

Religion
Chapter 16 Test (1/25)
Act of Contrition Oral Test (2/4)

Science
None This Week

Social Studies
None This Week


A Few Reminders
- Please make sure your child has a book in his/her desk to read at all times.
- Please make sure you send your child in with some type of dry eraser.  Also, an old sock works fantastic for this.


Specials
Monday - Computers
Tuesday - Library
Wednesday - Music, Art
Thursday - Gym
Friday - Spanish


Thank you to all the parents for attending Back to School Night!  
I have posted the PowerPoint so parents may review at anytime. 

Peanut Free Table in the Cafeteria

Attention Parents,

This year we are introducing a peanut and nut free table in the cafeteria. Please be advised it is not mandatory that your child sit here but they do have the option. If you would like your child to sit at this table please let your child’s homeroom teacher know. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask. Thank you!


Cell phone policy

Parents, please review the Cell Phone/Text Messaging/Telephone/ and Internet Correspondence Policy with your children:

Cell Phones/Text Messaging/Telephone/Internet Correspondence
Students are permitted to have a cell phone at school but the cell phone must be turned off and kept in the book bag at all times while at school. Text messaging is never allowed. Violators will have their phones taken and only his or her parent must reclaim the cell phone in the school office. Utilizing any other form of communication, other then the nurse or main office, is strictly prohibited and will result in an immediate detention.
The school telephone is for office use only. Students may use the phone only in the case of an emergency with the Principal's permission.  Permission WILL NOT be given to students to call home for forgotten supplies or to communicate social plans. Please do not request that a child phone home during or after school for any reason.  If it is necessary to communicate a message, the parents are expected to phone the school. The message will then be forwarded to the student. During the school day, students or teachers may not come to the phone to receive messages.
 



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