Star Testing last day will be Feb, 16th
Please help your child/children prepare by making sure they get a good night’s sleep, eat a healthy breakfast, and arrive on time to school.
There is no school on Monday Feb.19th in observance of President’s Day.
FYI: Your child/children may have been exposed to head lice. The parents of the student(s) with head lice have been notified and the student(s) is being treated. We ask that you please check your child’s hair over the next week and treat if necessary. Routine examination is advised.
8th Grade Easter Baskets
The 8th Graders are beginning to collect items for their annual Easter Basket Sale. If you would like to donate items for the sale, please place them in a bag with your name on the bag so that you’ll receive volunteer hours for your donation(s). Great items for the baskets are wrapped candies, art supplies like crayons and colored pencils, scented soaps, body lotions, garden supplies like gloves and seed packets, small stuffed animals, other small toys, teas, coffees, mugs, teapots, picture frames, and books. The Class of 2018 thank’s you in advance for your generosity.
Used Uniform Sale
Next week a used uniform sale will take place after school on Tuesday, February 20th, in the parking lot. Please take the time to purchase a few very inexpensive uniforms for your child/children.
Service hours are being collected and will be posted when all information has been received. If anyone has hours information from an activity that they organized, please submit it ASAP. We appreciate your support and efforts.
“B” Girls Basketball Fundraiser
Our “B” girls basketball team will be selling drinks and snacks for a $1.00 each at all home games. Please come cheer the team and support them in raising money for new uniforms!
Pre-sale is over and the price is now $60.00. Attached is the new order form.
CEF Applications are now available
Please request one from the office.
Safe Driving on Campus
Please ensure that when pulling onto the campus you adhere to the 10 mph speed limit. Stay in designated pick-up and drop- off areas, as directed by the student aides. Be sure to drive the proper direction through the parking lot. Most importantly, we should be patient, respectful, and courteous to other drivers while they pick up their students from school. Anger and frustration can lead to careless and unsafe behavior. Being a positive role model can help students learn safe procedures. Thank you so much for your compliance with the speed limit and drop off and pick up locations.