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November Newsletters


November 17, 2017


 Last day for Fan Gear T-shirt orders will be November 21st.


 The Book Fair will be held on Monday, November 20th and Tuesday, November 21st.  The Book Fair will remain open during conferences.


Conferences have been set for Tuesday, November 21st.  The office has the master schedule and therefore able to make the appointments more quickly and efficiently.  Please call (330) 536-8426 Ext. 100 to set up a conference.  Please know that if you need to or just would like to set up an alternate date and time to meet, I would be more than happy to look at some options instead of Tuesday night. 


Congratulations to our Spelling Bee participants that will represent our class at the school Spelling Bee on December 4th.  Way to Go…Isabella LaMont, Gianna Palumbo, Mason Wyberg, and our alternate Ricky Willrich!  Good Luck!


Just a reminder that our Science test on Rocks and Minerals has been moved to Monday, November 20th.  We had a review game today and extra studying can be done over the weekend.  Students using the study guide will be prepared for the exact questions on the test.  


There will be no school for students on 11/22, 11/23, 11/24 and 11/27!


There is a Giving Tree in the cafetorium.  Students were instructed to get parental permission before taking a slip and purchasing a gift to return. 


Looking Way Ahead…Santa’s Workshop is coming on December 14th and 15th

Our 3rd and 4th grade winter concert will be on Dec. 14th also.





November 10, 2017


  • We had a rockin’ good time at the Rock Museum at YSU!  Hopefully you had a chance to hear all about it.  A “What we had to say about the Rock Museum” and a picture collage came home this week.  They can also be found on my webpage.


  • Happy Birthday wishes go out to Jordan Gonzalez who is celebrating his special day TODAY!!  Thank you for the birthday treat!


  • The Scholastic Book Fair has been scheduled for November 20th and 21st. 


  • Conferences will be held Tuesday, November 21st.  Please call the office at 330 – 536-8426 Ext. 100 to schedule an appointment.  Please know that I can be available on another day or by phone if the 21st will not work out for you.


  • Check the student planner and website next week for a Division test and Science test on Rocks and Minerals.


  • Thank you to this week’s Spotlight Student, Josh Kelly.  He shared a very interesting fact about himself with us.  Did you know that he was a goblin in a community theater production of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe? He let us hear the voice that he used in the play.  He had so much fun doing the play that he hopes to do more in the future.  We had fun doing his favorite dance, Watch Me Whip/Nae Nae, with him during recess too!!!!


  • In the case of an absence, homework can be requested first thing in the morning to allow time to write any instructions and to organize work.  Also, just a reminder, the office requires a doctor’s excuse or a note explaining the absence whether it be for illness, appointments, or any other reason the student is not present in school.  







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           November 3, 2017


  • Thank you for all of the Halloween treats!  Also the boys and girls looked adorable for the parade and when dressing for the themes of Red Ribbon Week.


  • Reports cards are able to be viewed today on Progress Book for the first grading period.  A copy of the report card was also sent home today.


  • Just a reminder that our field trip to Youngstown State to see the Rock Museum is November 8th.  We will be back in time for the students to following their regular lunch routine.


  • Also on November 8th there will be a Dress Down Day.  For $1.00, students can wear jeans and a Rocket shirt.


  • A new contest has started. Boxtops are being collected again for the month of November.  Congratulations to Mrs. Long’s third grade for winning the October contest. 


  • Cooper Jones was last week’s Spotlight Student.  We found out some interesting things about Cooper.  Did you know he already has a real car???  A Monte Carlo no less!!!!!!!  He also likes to “hunt” for morel mushrooms and has been to Disney World.   His talent is telling jokes, so he left us with the following:  How do you say goodbye to a vampire? So long sucker!!!! Thank you Cooper for an interesting week.


  • Thank you also to Caitlyn Smith’s grandpa for visiting our classroom for Spotlight Student. Reporter Sydney Procick informs us that Caitlyn’s grandpa invented a sauce called Grumpa 654. His sauce has NO salt or sodium.  Reporter Bella LaMont adds that Caitlyn’s grandpa took about three years to figure out how to make his sauce perfect. He has about twenty different sauces. Reporter Gianna Palumbo reports he also works at land surveyor.  He has worked there for 33 years. Reporter Felicia Mentzer reports that his job is in Florida and he draws maps and his sauce is amazing on vegetables.  Reporter Samantha Shumaker reports he is trying to start online sells for his sauce! Finally reporter Josh Kelly reports you can dip more than ten things in his sauce like chicken, ribs, and even shark! Caitlyn’s grandpa gave his pineapple/orange sauce to Mrs. Matisi and let the class smell it!!!!!!) Thank you!       (Written exclusively by the reporters above!  Great Job!)


  • Book Orders are due November 10th.
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