There will be no school Wednesday, November 23rd through Friday November 25th due to the Thanksgiving holiday.

Note from Dr Goodin

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I wanted to write and say “Thank You” for your patience as we close out the first semester of this school year.  I know it has been very difficult for all involved but we made it.  Students, parents, faculty, staff and bus drivers have performed courageously.  Words cannot express my gratitude for everyone’s help.  The new semester will begin Monday January 4, 2021. The semester will start with students returning to normal/traditional schedules, no hybrids, although we will continue e-learning for those who have chosen that mode of learning for the next semester.  As always, contact your principals’ office if you have any questions.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!!!
Dr. Terry Goodin, Superintendent

Giving at the Holiday Season

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The holidays are a great time to teach children compassion and empathy for others. It is easy for children to be excited to receive gifts, but how do we develop the same enthusiasm for giving? Here are some examples of how you can involve your child in the joy of giving.

  • Let your child shop for a few gifts for others using their own money
  • Do a holiday craft or bake cookies to give to neighbors or friends
  • Let your child wrap a few gifts themselves
  • Have your child make cards for others
  • Give your child the opportunity to present a gift to someone so they can see the joy it brings
  • Volunteer in a local soup kitchen or participate in Toys for Tots

Tips and Ideas To Foster Reading at Home

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Reading Ideas:

*Read bedtime stories.

*Have your child read the grocery list as you shop.

*Write down a recipe for your child’s favorite food.

*Get excited to visit the library.

*Play a board game and have your child read the cards.

Reading Tips:

*Don’t leave home without it! Always have reading materials available to read in the car or at appointments.

*Once is not enough. Re-read favorite stories to help build fluency, speed and accuracy.

*Dig Deeper! Ask your child questions about what they just read.

*Be patient, correct gently and praise with enthusiasm