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Tips To Consider
Take Time to Make Time. Children need a schedule they can depend on.......one that includes definite times for homework, meals, and sleep.
Read, Read, Read. This is essential in order to acquire skills and knowledge in reading. Continue to share with your children even after they can read by themselves. It often contributes to a continued positive relationship and lively conversation.
Check Into It. Take a few minutes every day to look at what your child brings home from school. Talk about the schoolwork together.
Get In The Homework Habit. It's tough to get back in the swing of doing nightly homework after the lazy days of summer. Suggestions...set a regular time and choose a familiar consistent place (sometimes the kitchen table works well). Include the basics of reading, reviewing math facts, memorizing spelling lists, etc.
This year promises to be another wonderful year!
Together Everyone Achieves More.
"Every person you meet and everything you do in life is
Important School Times
7:20 Unload buses at front entrance - Car riders unload 4 cars at
a time at north entrance with assistance from school personnel
7:20-7:35 Time car riders should be entering cafeteria if they need
to eat breakfast
7:40 Bell for students to be in classroom
Car rider line moves to the front entrance
7:45 Tardy bell - students should be in their classroom before the
tardy bell rings
2:00 Dismissal bell for car riders and begin loading buses
2:10 Buses leave school
Check out the
Sunshine State Young Reader Award
book selection for 2016-2017!!
We are here to help! Please feel free to contact us.
Jeanene Hall, Principal
Laura Carroll, Assistant Principal
Sheila Bryan, School Counselor
Lissa Bardin, Secretary
Emily Tullis, Data Clerk
Lisa Johnsen, Receptionist
Breakfast Full price $1.25
Reduced $ .30
Lunch Full price $2.25
Reduced $ .40
Extra milk $ .50
Silly String War 1.8
DATES TO REMEMBER
5th Grade Field Trip
August 26 & 29
Cookie Dough Fundraiser Begins
Labor Day Holiday