Hello Parents,It is approaching our big CES spring fundraiser. "Fair in the Lair 2016” Mark your calendars because there is a lot of planning going on and it is going to be FUN!! Think….. fair food, games, moon bounces, dunk tank, book fair, silent basket auction, and much more!Our class is sponsoring a “_____gardening____” basket for the silent auction. This is a fun way for our kids to help raise needed money for their school. We need you to send in donations for our basket. Here are a few ideas… potting soil, spray fertilizer, seeds, hand tools, gift cards--get creative and use your imagination. If you don’t have time to shop around and would like to send in a cash donation (Attn: Susan Vick/auction) I can do your shopping and put it towards our basket items!!!Please send in donations by April 7 and feel free to contact me if you have any questions. I will show the class what they have gathered and package up to represent our awesome class!! Hope to see you at the fair!Thank you again,Susan VickRoom Parent for Mrs. Sartor's class
As warmer weather is upon us, please review the student dress code (from student handbook) with your students (and enforce):
o Pants must be worn at the waist and must be appropriately sized and at a safe length.
o Head apparel (such as hoods, hats, etc.), except for religious or medical reasons, must not be worn inside the school building.
o Footwear is required and must be safe and appropriate for indoor or outdoor physical activity.
o Clothing or accessories must not display offensive, vulgar language or images and must not advertise products which students may not legally purchase.
o For students in Grades 3-5, “short shorts”, mini-skirts, and skin-tight outer material such as spandex are inappropriate attire.
oNo shorts or skirt shorter than 4 inches above the knee are allowed.
o Shirts, blouses, and dresses must completely cover the abdomen, back, and shoulders, and skirts or tops must cover the waistband of pants, shorts, or skirts with no midriff visible and must be no longer than wrist-length.
o Waist length sweaters, sweatshirts, and lightweight jackets (appropriately sized) can be worn inside school for warmth.