Oct 21, 2019 Parent/Teacher conferences are scheduled for next week. Attending this conference is one of the most important ways to support your child’s education. At this meeting, we will celebrate your child’s successes, discuss areas where your child might need to focus more attention and talk about what we can do to help your child meet with continued success. If you are unable to attend your conference, please call your child’s teacher to reschedule. READ MORE
Oct 11, 2019 When you think of parent involvement, do you picture moms and dads volunteering in classrooms? That’s one way to help, but research shows that supporting your child’s education at home is even more important. Here are three conversations that will help you stay involved. “Let’s see what you brought home tonight.” Look at completed work to find out what your child is learning and how well he’s doing. READ MORE
Oct 11, 2019 From 3:20 - 3:40, our first priority is the dismissal process and making sure that all 270 students get on the correct bus; to scope; home in the right car; or walking home in the ight direction. During this window of time, we do not answer the telephone so our focus can remain on what’s important -- getting all of the children home safely.
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Aug 21, 2019 Welcome back to school! For those who are returning to Sandburg, it’s a pleasure to have you back. For our students and families who are new to Sandburg, I welcome you! Consider yourself part of a terrific team where teachers, parents, students, staff, and community members work together to provide extraordinary educational experiences for our children. READ MORE
Aug 21, 2019 It’s important that every child gets the most out of each day of learning at school. One way we strive toward this goal is by providing continuous learning from 9:00 - 3:30 each and every day. You can help! ~ Please make sure your child is on time to school. Learning begins at 9:00. If your child is late for school, not only has he missed learning, but his late arrival will interrupt learning for an entire class of students. READ MORE
Aug 21, 2019 One thing that sets good readers apart is the questions they ask themselves while they are reading. To the eye, reading might look like a sedentary task. However, good readers’ minds are anything but sedentary. Research shows that good readers ask themselves questions as they are reading. READ MORE
May 27, 2019 It is hard to believe that I am writing the last issue of Sandburg Sayings for the school year. The staff at Sandburg is very proud of our boys and girls. We have seen wonderful progress this year. With our staff members, our parents, the PTC, volunteers, business partners, and the community, we have proven that working together we can do great things for our boys and girls. READ MORE
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