Congratulations to our November Students of the Month! These students were caught making excellent choices in November. Their names are (in no particular order): Dawson, Taylin, Mylee, Kyde, Claire, Eliza, Savannah, Cayle, Parker, Shaylee, Christian, and Deysi. Also, congrats to all of those 2nd graders who earned a belt buckle this month. We had bronze, silver, and even three gold buckles earned. We loved having a visit from Cowboy Pitcher who came to celebrate with us!
For December, Meadow Brook students finished out Red Ribbon Week by learning about Habit 4: Think Win-Win. They watched an inspiring Olympic video that represented a Win-Win attitude. The students learned that to think win-win means to make the best of any situation. We do our best to reach our potential and we help others to reach their potential, too. A win-win person doesn’t just think about what they want, they think of other’s needs too. They think of ways to make everyone happy. If you would like to encourage Habit 4 in the home, you can have a family game night and focus on the
Hey Meadow Brook parents,
Catch all the latest news and information in our latest school newsletter. We have quite a few things going on this month that you will want to know about.
Thank you so much. We hope you have a great month!
--Meadow Brook Elementary
(This newletter is the same one that was emailed out on Friday so if you didn't receive it via email please call the office and make sure we update your information so you don't miss any future emails.)
Mrs. Hancock's class just got a big surprise! Generous donors from Donors Choose funded the money to purchase several new chapter books for our classroom library. These donors have just made a big impact in 26 students' lives! We can't thank them enough, but we're doing our best to read every new book!
Thanks to all Mustangs who participated in the Reflections contest this year. And, a BIG thank you to the PTA for all of their hard work!
We have amazing sixth graders! We are so proud of the students who have been able to pass off levels of math fluency assessments and earn stars on their belt buckles this month. We are also proud of students who were presented with certificates for outstanding behaviors. Way to go sixth graders!
Second grade students have been learning all about being good citizens. What better way to participate in citizenship than by voting! After learning all about the right to vote, the second grade had their own election. Students voted on what Thanksgiving activity they would like to participate in, and they took that privilege very seriously. After the ballots were counted, the winner was announced. Popcorn and a Thanksgiving movie got 49 votes, and making mini pies got 51 votes. Wow! It was almost to close to call, but the pies won! Congratulations to all of our little voters.