Good Morning Leopards!! Today is Thursday, October 8th
Welcoming Ritual: How are you feeling about the warm weather? Still excited to wear shorts, or are you ready for fall?
Shout It Out: Let's give a big shout out to..... Mrs. Wankel's 7th hour B Group - 8th grade math!! The entire class was present today and participated. That deserves a big hand clap! Way to go 8th graders!!
Cross Country: Great meet at Lincoln Park yesterday!! Congratulations to Jack W. and Ben C. who ran personal best times. Costume Practice today at Lincoln Park from 3-4pm. Visit http://www.cubbyholeonline.com/ for all your Sectional Apparel desires. Next Week: Practice at Lincoln Park on Tuesday and Thursday from 3-4pm. The Sectional is next Friday at Lincoln Park. Girls’ Race 4:30, Boys’ Race, 5:30pm.
Scholastic Bowl: Scholastic Bowl is preparing to start!! If you are interested in being a part of the team, please send sign up via this Google form. You will need to be signed into Google with your district log-in and only complete the form once. See Mrs. Lott with questions. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1eX7x-kw0c4QvgDVZ4FhOJiR3kUayojJwhBE8Wd0c2GU/edit
- Remote Learning Family Support Trainings: The School District if offerring support and trainings on various topics to help our families during these Remote Learning Times. Please see the information below, as well as the flyer on our main page to get signed up in advance. Any questions please email email@example.com.
- Thursday, Oct. 8th- Managing Frustrations and Stress during these times. Begins @6:30pm
- Tuesday, Oct. 13th- Canvas for Families @6:30pm
- Thursday, Oct. 22nd- Supporting your student Emotionally during these times. Begins @6:30pm
- Thursday, Oct. 29th- Balancing Work, Remote Learning, Rest & Play @6:30pm
National Calendar Day: Today is "National Fluffernutter Day" National Fluffernutter Day on October 8th brings about a yummy and extraordinary combination. Some food holidays are stickier than others. And National Fluffernutter Day is a stick-to-your-ribs-chin-fingers-nose kind of day! Celebrate zealously, then take a bath. It's also "American Touch Tag Day" Tag! You’re it! American Touch Tag Day on October 8th celebrates the traditional childhood game and encourages kids of all ages to get out play! The game lends itself to long hours playing outside at recess, after school, and on weekends. The best way to celebrate is by getting out in the fresh air, running around, and tagging someone.
Thursday, Oct. 8th
District Parent Zoom- Managing Frustrations and Stress during these times @6:30pm
Cross Country Costume Practice @3-4pm- Lincoln Park