2/12/18 Monday MessagePublished by heather.balli on Mon, 02/12/2018 - 20:23
Over the weekend I was able to watch some of the Olympic events. I have always looked forward to the Olympics—not just because of my love of sports—but because of the dedication of the athletes and the sense of unity we all feel as people from all over the world come together to compete. I hope all of you are enjoying it as wellJ.
As a school, we are always seeking to improve communication and responsiveness to our stakeholders. To that end, we invite students, parents and teacher to give feedback on teachers and administrators. The survey will remain open until Wednesday, February 21st. Third through sixth grade students will be invited to participate in this survey during computer class; if your kindergarten through second grade students would like to give us feedback, we would encourage you to help them with this at home. The purpose of this feedback is to help us improve our instruction, to keep our finger on the pulse of our patrons, and to celebrate what we are doing well. For feedback to be most helpful, I would suggest being polite even who sharing intensely positive or negative feelings. Thank you for your feedback. Survey link: https://neboschools.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_a3Lrk9lpA9ORMRD
Yearbooks are now on sale. This year Lifetouch—the company that takes our student pictures—will be helping us make our yearbooks. The yearbooks will be in full color and will be at least 60 pages long. The price of the yearbook will be $10 in the office. Please send correct change, or make out a check to Meadow Brook Elementary. You can also order online at YBPay.lifetouch.com with yearbook ID code: 13488118. The deadline for order yearbooks is March 26th.
Meadow Brook's next two weeks at a glance:
Tuesday (13th)—PTA Meeting 10:00; Online SEP Sign-Up closes at noon (if you haven’t yet signed up, go to http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c054aafac2aabf58-thursday2 The access code is mustangs.
Wednesday (14th)—Valentine’s Day; Kindergarten Field Trip to Stonehenge
Thursday (15th)— Book Fair opens from 4-9; 1st-6th grade SEP Conferences (I will be gone at a principal’s conference in St. George the night of SEPs, so if you need to meet with me please don’t hesitate to send me an e-mail or contact my secretaries to schedule an appointment.)
Friday (16th)—Spring Pictures, Book Fair is open before school and during lunch
Monday (19th)—President’s Day, No school
Tuesday (20th)—Box Tops Deadline
Book Fair dates: February 15th, 16th, 20th -22nd
15th: Thursday— 4-9 during SEPs
16th: Friday— before school (8:30-9:00), lunch (11:45-12:45), after school (3:15-3:45)
20th: Tuesday— before school, lunch, after school
21st: Wednesday— before school, lunch (parents invited for lunch), after school
22nd: Thursday— before school, lunch (parents invited for lunch)
Come eat lunch with your child on Wednesday OR Thursday and then check out the book fair! Parents, if you choose to purchase a school lunch with your child, please bring $4/person (cash or check) and purchase your ticket in front of the office. You are welcome to bring your own lunch as well.
Our PTA is looking for more volunteers to help in the Book Fair; if you are able to help, please sign up at https://volunteer.scholastic.com/#/experience/signup/uuvK2FBG
Warmest Wishes, Miss Balli