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A Friday Hello from Mrs. MacQueen

February 20, 2015

Our WES ROCKS program is well underway. Most classes have brought their jars to the office at least once which means soon we'll be planning our end of the year ROCKS celebration.

One important part of the ROCKS program is scholarly work. At this week's Community Meeting I spoke to the students about how we can be all be "Outstanding Scholars," and the importance of doing our best work. We also talked about what it means to produce our best quality work.

I'll be meeting with every class after vacation to discuss these ideas and together we'll develop a quality work plan. Students who demonstrate the characteristics of a scholar will present their work and discuss why it is their best effort. All students submitting quality work receive a certificate and have their work displayed on our Quality Work bulletin board across from the office.

Allowing our children to share their accomplishments and be proud of their work is an important part of their education. We have high expectations for our students and we want them to understand that with hard work, anything is possible.

The Kindergarten classes from both schools shared Quality Work when they performed two of Eric Carle's most popular books.

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Winter Carnival

Due to frigid temperatures we are postponing this week's Winter Carnival. We have rescheduled for
Friday, March 6th from 1:00-3:00 where we'll celebrate author, Dr. Seuss with exciting outdoor games and activities.

Important Dates

    • March 2nd thru 6th – I Love to Read Week
    • March 6th – Winter Carnival
    • March 12th – EXPO at the Academy
    • March 17th – Annual District Meeting
    • April 14th – Spring Concert
    • May 8th – 4th Grade to Hulbert
    • May 22nd — ROCKS Celebration
    • May 29th – Jobs on the Move
    • June 12th – Field Day at Treasure Island

February 20, 2015 Newsletter