Elementary E-Notes. February 13, 2017
Please take a minute to look around our hallways this week. The elementary school has taken the challenge! We are in the thick of the 100-Ways to Show the Learner Profile challenge. From the Office, to the Pre-K wing, to the Grade 4 hallway you will note the work of our teachers and students to identify when, where and how we embody these ideals. It is work worth working on.
This week is full of events. So much so, it is important to have our students in attendance. If you are planning to leave early, please let your child’s teacher know.
Enjoy the Winter Holiday. School resumes Feb. 27. Here’s hoping it will be a little warmer and a little brighter.
Important Upcoming Dates to Note:
(more detailed information below)
ES Drama Production The Jungle Book!
Please join us for the final ES performance of the The Jungle Book on Feb. 14. This culmination of our Drama Club- After School Activity, will be a positive drama experience for our actors and for our viewers.
No Tickets will be sold. However, contributions will be accepted at the door. All money collected from the play will be donated to a local charity. We hope to see you all at one of the productions! Thank you for your support.
(Questions? Contact Grade 4 Teacher Mr. George Benson: email@example.com)
If you ordered a class photo- you will be getting a replacement photo in a frame today. These come at no cost from our school photographer.
(Questions? Please contact our Director of Communications: Agnieszka Swietliczko: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Kiss and Go Drop Off Zone: Parking Lot Reminder!
Please remember our school safety agreements about parking and drop off. In the Fall, this brochure was sent to all in our community to show the areas for parent and staff parking, rules for cyclists, speed, and curbside drop off: Kiss and Go!
If you are dropping off or picking up, please do not leave your vehicle unattended on the curb. If you plan to walk your child in, please park in the parent section.
Your support of this process is appreciated. Thank you for keeping our parking lot safe!
(Questions? Contact our Head of Security: Michal Mozanski: email@example.com)
Call for Makers
ASW’S FIRST MAKER FAIRE!
Maker Faire is an all-ages gathering of tech enthusiasts, crafters, educators, tinkerers, hobbyists, engineers, scientists, authors, artists, students, and community makers. All of these “makers” come to Maker Faire to show what they have made and to share what they have learned. Click HERE for more information.
We invite you to set up a station at the Maker Faire to showcase your unique creative skills and demonstrate to small groups of students how to do it themselves.
Please spread the word and sign up here: Maker Activity/Demonstration
or Event Volunteer.
(Questions? Contact HS Design Technology Teacher Mr. Campbell firstname.lastname@example.org)
Yearbook Update/Clarification: Photos and Names
The Yearbook Staff is working on our yearly publication. This student publishing group wants the Yearbook to be as accurate as possible.
IF you would like your child's name presented differently than how we refer to them in school, please complete this name verification form. (Teachers will check Yearbook names and nationalities to verify they are accurate before publishing.)
IF you would like to use an electronic version of a photo instead of the one taken here at ASW for the yearbook, please use this form to submit that photo.
All forms will be closed on March 1.
(Questions? Contact HS Design Technology Teacher Mr. Miele: email@example.com)
Ms. Ocaya Gamon
Specialists and Languages
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