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Important information from the Superintendent
Three opportunities to offer suggestions on the ease of use of the Uniform Complaint Procedures
Would you like your child to be bilingual? Now enrolling for the Dual Language Immersion Program for kindergarten and first grade.
Welcome to another fun-filled week of dress-up days and activities to promote a drug-free life! Thank you for your support in making this week a success.
The dress-up days are:
Monday: Use Your Head - Don’t Use Drugs (wear a hat)
Tuesday: Mariposa Is The Happiest Place on Earth (wear Disney clothes)
Wednesday: Turn Your Back on Drugs (wear your clothes backwards/inside out)
Thursday: Be All You Can Be Drug-Free (wear camo, military clothes)
Friday: Red Alert (wear as much red as possible)
*Grades K-6 will receive ribbons (please wear daily) - it’s a good idea to have the kids leave the ribbons at school at dismissal so they can be worn daily.
*We will be having a dress-up participation contest again! Someone to come around to count the number of students who dress up each day (teachers count too!). The winning class at each grade level each day will receive a treat at the end of that day.
*There will be a door/window decorating contest! A panel of judges will choose the best entry and that class will win a pizza party. Judging will be Wednesday, October 24, so get those doors or windows decorated before then!
*There will be a Red Alert parade Friday morning at 9:00 a.m. on the blacktop - sounds like P.E. is covered that day!
No School - Parent/Teacher Conferences
Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 8:30-3:13pm
Minimum Day - Parent/Teacher Conferences (continued)
Thursday, October 18, 2018, 12:45-3:13pm