Parents enjoyed hearing original poems at the Grade 2 Poetry Evening last week.
Thank you for attending my final ES Principal Meeting last week. Next year will bring positive changes to our school. Continued collaboration between the adults (parents and teachers) in our community will be essential.
Of course, our focus now is ending the year on a healthy and positive note. As you can see, we have many activities and events listed under “Important Dates” in Enotes this week. We have a lot going on from now until June 15!
Finally, it was a pleasure to see families at the PTO Spring Fair on Saturday. Our appreciation goes out to PTO who offer so much to our community and school. Thank you!
Tuesday, May 24: Parent Tech Connection (8:45 - 9:45 AM in the Learning Center)
Thursday, May 26: Holiday- NO School
Friday, May 27: Spring Season of after-school activities ends
Saturday, May 28: High School Graduation (Evening)
Wednesday, June 1: Kindergarten performance (9:00 AM)- Tower
Thursday, June 2: PreK performance (9:00 AM) - Tower
Thursday, June 2: Party for Pierogi Bowlers 3:30-4:30
Friday, June 3: Elementary Field Day
Wednesday, June 8: Grade 5 Concert (1:30 PM)
Wednesday, June 15: Last Day of School- Dismissal at 11:30
Elementary Parent Partnership:
2016-2017 Elementary Class Placement Process:
Class Placement is a multi-step process designed to ensure the development of balanced classes created to meet the needs of all students. Class Lists will initially be compiled without the assignment of specific classroom teacher names. Classroom teachers will not be able to place students in specific classrooms. The teachers are able to assist with issues related to separating students into different classes based on past student experiences.
The process is designed to allow professional input of Resource Support, ELL, Classroom, Language, and Specials teachers and Teaching Assistants with a close eye on developing classes balanced in terms of gender, special student learning needs, English language development, nationality, learner traits, and relationships. Requests to place students in the classroom of a specific teacher will not be honored.
Consideration will be given to requests from parents to not have their child placed in a specific classroom due to past personal experience. Personal experience would mean that another sibling in the same family was previously in the teacher’s classroom and the experience was not a positive one. If your family is in this situation, please write a personal email to Mrs. Munnerlyn (email@example.com) by Friday, May 27, 2016, noting the name of the teacher and the name of the child that was in the teacher’s classroom in the past. Please be assured that any communication will be handled in a confidential manner.
Parent Technology Connection - Sliding into Summer with Technology
Tuesday, May 24 from 8:45 - 9:45
Please join Simon May and Kris Sheehan in the Learning Center as we explore and discuss strategies for working with your child to manage their summer technology time. In this session we will provide you with a sample family contract you can use as a guide to balance screen time as well as share some tips to help you better understand your child’s online activities. We will also show some fun apps you can use to capture your summer memories. We hope you will join us for our last PTC of the 2015-2016 school year!
Our annual Field Day for Pre-K through Grade 5 students will be held on Friday, June 3rd (weather permitting).
The morning activities for all students begin at 9:00 am and finish at 11:15.
Grades: 3 - 4 - 5 will also have afternoon games starting at 12:45 and finishing 14:10.
All students need the following items:
A hat/cap, water bottle, suncream , sport shoes ( and proper clothing).
Questions? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Field Day Lunch Bags
To help make our fun day run smoothly, we ask that students either bring a bag lunch from home, or purchase the special bag lunch option from the cafeteria. Information about the cafeteria bag lunch was sent home with your child last week. Please return this form to your child’s teacher by May 27th.
We appreciate your help as other food options will not be available for students on Field Day.
ATTENTION - This week is the last week of the Spring Season of activities! The season ends on Friday, May 27.
Although the season is ending, we still have a few make-ups as well as yearlong activities - please see below the specified ending schedule of those:
2/3 CHOIR, 4/5 CHOIR & ORF - ended last week (with a pizza party scheduled one day after school this week, more information to come from the music department)
MATH OLYMPIAD - ended on May 19
ADVANCED AERIAL ACROBATICS - ends on May 30
PIEROGI BOWL JUNIOR - ends on May 31
PIEROGI BOWL - ends on June 2
FRENCH - ends on June 8
STUDENT COUNCIL - ends on June 8
If you have questions about Elementary After-School Activities please e-mail the coordinator Ms. Kusanovic: firstname.lastname@example.org
Party for Pierogi Bowlers
Pierogi Bowl will be having it's end of the year party/celebration on the 2nd of June, Thursday from 3:30 until 4:30.
What's going to happen at the party?
1. Giving of Awards to acknowledge students for their athletic skills and spirit.
2. Photos twill be taken of each team so students should wear their team shirts.
3. The highlight of the party will be having each team enjoy Pizza and ice cream together.
4. After eating they will have a short time to play their favorite game, Capture the flag.
We have prepared for 40 students who have signed up to join the party.
Thank you for having your child participate in our activity.
The Pierogi Bowl Coaches,
Chechen Refugee Club encourages you to participate in the Educational Tools Drive for the Kindergarten students from the Refugee Center in Linin.
If you would like to support refugee children from ASW's key partnership institution please consider donating the following items:
- pens (colored ball pens), crayons, pencils, markers, erasers, scissors
- coloring books, boxes for coloured pencils, drawing blocks, coloured paper
- arts and crafts ornaments (stickers), any type of arts and crafts supplies
- books for kindergarten children in Polish
- educational board games for kindergarten kids (Lego blocks, Twister game)
- thick coloured drawing chalk
- klanza sheet
- any type of sport equipment for kindergarten children including soccer balls, -badminton, jump ropes, Chinese jump ropes
Students,parents and teachers may donate new, as well as gently used educational items.
There will be plastic bins placed in the High School entrance near the elevator, near Ms. Ligita's office at the main entrance, and at the Elementary School entrance. The drive will be held until June 3rd.
Please feel free to stop by and drop off your items to support the Kindergarten at the Chechen Refugee Center!
Questions? Please contact Ligita Stawarz at: email@example.com
ASW is hosting a spring Daddy/Daughter Dance!
This is a special evening just for dads and their daughters to enjoy (dads may bring more than one daughter). There will be a DJ playing all your favorite songs. Light snacks and refreshments will also be served. Students from all grade levels are welcome and there is no cost to attend.
When: Saturday, June 4; 6-9pm
Where: ASW MPR in the new building
Please RSVP to Katie Stein at firstname.lastname@example.org
Final High School Concerts
June 1, 16:30 PM - String Ensemble & HS Guitar Class Recital in the New building Band room (downstairs). Free admission
June 2. 2016 16:30 PM - Rock'n'Rota The ASW Theater. Tickets 20 PLN at the door.
MS & HS Music