Thursday, December 20, 2012

Our students enjoy a little lunch time together.  We enjoy visiting about the day at school, and building those important relationships. 

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

 During "Red Ribbon Week" the students at the Intermediate building made their own drug free poster.  Below are the 4th grade posters.  Student's work has been displayed in the hallway at the intermediate building.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Red Ribbon Week

 Red Ribbon Week was a great success.  Thanks to the administrators, teachers, parents, and especially the students in their participation.  The curriculum workbooks have been enjoyable and we have been discussing the material in guidance classes.  Students will be taking these home soon.  I would encourage you to discuss the books at home with your child, and add to the conversations we have had at school.


Monday, October 29, 2012

The first day at school during Red Ribbon Week was a success.  Many students as well as staff dressed out in Red.

Monday, October 22, 2012

Red Ribbon Week

"Red Ribbon Week" will take place October 29th - November 2nd at both the Primary building and the Intermediate building.  Red Ribbon Week is an educational curriculum of drug awareness and staying drug free.  During the week the staff and students are encouraged to participate, if they choose, wearing clothing of the theme of the day.  Wednesday October 31st children will participate with Halloween costumes as they have done in the past.  

                                          RED RIBBON WEEK
Red Ribbon Week is October 29th  – November 2nd .    We will celebrate by dressing up during the week to take a stand against drugs.  Red ribbons will be passed out to students on Monday, October 29th .

Monday, October 29th
“Red Day” – Wear as much red clothing as possible
Tuesday, October 30th
“Roundup  Against Drugs” – Wear “cowboy/cowgirl” clothing
Wednesday, October 31st
“Put a Scare on Drugs” – Halloween costume day (as you have normaly done)
Thursday, November 1st
“Sock it to Drugs” – Wear your craziest socks to school
Friday, November 2nd
“Team up Against Drugs” – Wear sport clothing, like a team jersey or team T-shirt

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Circle of Courage

The past two weeks at the intermediate building our 3rd and 4th grade classes have been discussing the "Circle of Courage".  painted by George D. Blue Bird Sr..  It includes an educational program leading to a foundation in:

Belonging-Opportunity to establish trusting connections
Mastery-Opportunity to solve problems and meet goals
Independence-Opportunity to build self control and responsibility
Generosity-Opportunity to show respect and concern