September 28th and Rumors

We are looking forward to Monday, September 28th when we will return to our regular school schedule, following Education Model #1, which still includes increased health and screening practices. Face masks will still be required for students ages six and older (3-5 year-olds wear masks into the building, but can remove them once in their … More September 28th and Rumors

Fall into Reading!

October is Fall into Reading Month! To kick things off, our 2nd Annual Elementary Student Book Exchange will take place on September 30th. Please consider donating your gently used children’s books to this worthy event. The more books we have, the more choices there will be for elementary students on September 30th. Our goal is … More Fall into Reading!

Success Orientation Assemblies, Bake Sales and Spirit Days

Because we aren’t allowed to have gatherings on campus (according to the protocol given to us by the government), we will not be able to have assemblies or bake sales until that protocol changes. I’m hoping for new announcement at the end of this month, but until then we won’t be able to get together … More Success Orientation Assemblies, Bake Sales and Spirit Days

8th Period Activities

Because we’re returning to a full day (8:10-15:30) beginning Monday, September 28th, we will also begin 8th period activities again. These will be a bit different, however, since we don’t want to mix the age levels like we’ve done in the past due to the restrictions in place. They’ll still be a lot of fun, … More 8th Period Activities

MAP Tests Begin Monday

What’s the MAP Test? (Measure of Academic Progress) The MAP tests are an instructional tool for teachers, meant to guide our instruction and identify the needs of each student. They are not related to student grades or any placement at school. MAP testing measures a student’s growth from year-to-year, identifies a student’s learning needs, and checks retention of learning … More MAP Tests Begin Monday