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January Newsletters


                January 26, 2018


  • Smencils are back!!!!  Members of the Junior Class will be around in the mornings for any student who would like to purchase one or more for a dollar each.


  • Character Avenger T-shirts are again available to purchase.  Forms came home today.  All orders due by Friday, February 2nd.



  • Today a packet of information came home about the Wax Museum.  The second page includes the due dates.  You may want to hang that in a visible place.  All materials have been placed in a yellow folder for your child’s convenience. 



  • We will be participating in the national “Wear Red Day” on Friday, February 2nd

       T-shirts can be purchased until Jan. 31st.   Students are encouraged to wear red on

       that day. 


  • There will no school on Monday Feb. 5th.  Teachers have a professional development day.


  • The Book Fair will be held on February 15th.


  • Parent Teacher Conferences will be held on February 15th.  Please call the office to schedule a time. 


Have a Great Weekend!!!




 5January 19, 20185


  • Happy Birthday wishes went out to Nathan Osman on January 13th.  Thank you for the drink and cookie.


  • Report cards are available on Progress Book today.   A hard copy was sent home today as well.


  • There will be a Dress Down Day on Jan. 24th.  The cost is $1.00.  5
  • February 2nd is Wear Red Day.  T-shirts are available to purchase until Jan. 31st. Cost is $1.   A note came home regarding this activity.


  • Thank you to Felicia Mentzer, our recent Spotlight Student, for inviting her dad and Christina in to talk about what they do.  Reporter Sydney Procick reports that Felicia’s dad brought a 3-D printer that he actually made using some fishing line and tennis balls. Reporter Gianna  Palumbo adds that it took Felicia’s dad two months to build his 3-D printer.  It was very cool to see how it worked. He also brought some of the things he has printed with the 3-D printer. Did you know you can make parts with a 3-D printer to make other 3-D printers and even heart valves, and casts?  Pretty amazing.  Reporter Isabella LaMont adds that Christina, a registered nurse, is now an educator and teaches kids about diabetes. She brought in plates and fake food and let us put the five food groups on it. She then gave each of us a Mercy Health key holder bracelet.  Thanks again for a very informative visit!!!!!


         Have a Great Weekend!!!!                           



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