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As we head into the last half of May, our students are finishing up their standardized tests and getting ready for summer break. There's still a lot of learning to be done - so stick with us! Children need a good night's sleep every night, at least 8 hours. Make sure they have a nutritious breakfast, and bring a healthy snack to school each day. Don't forget breakfast is served in our cafeteria for just $2.00.

If your students have school library books checked out, please be sure they return them by the end of May.

Our Student Council has planned several fun Spirit Days to finish out the year. May 31 is Career Day - what do you want to be when you grow up? Choose a career and dress like they would - astronaut? doctor? scientist? vet?  June 7 is Character Day - dress like a favorite Disney character, superhero, cartoon character. Our last day of school, June 12 is College Day. Wear a t-shirt or sweatshirt from your favorite college or university.


 The last day of school is Wednesday, June 12. It will be a minimum day with grades 1-6 dismissed at 12:25. All kindergarten students will be on early schedule June 10, 11, and 12 - dismissal at 11:20. Be sure to check our calendar here on the website and in our newsletter for other end-of-year events as they are scheduled.

 Lastly, if you have an incoming kindergarten student to enroll for the 2019-2020 school year, please stop by the school office as soon as possible to pick up an enrollment packet.

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