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Monday, October 28, 2013

   










      In Guidance we have been discussing staying safe in public.  Part of what we visit about is called "Scoops".  This curriculum teaches students how to be safe when they are away from home.  The Scoops curriculum helps children understand the importance of being aware of their surroundings, and people they come in contact with.  It's focus is knowing that most individuals are nice, but some are not.  As part of the lesson we read together a book entitled "Scoop" written by Julia Cook.  We discuss the five safety rules that give students strategies and knowledge about staying safe.  Our first and second grade students are given a worksheet of the Scoop rules to take home with them so they can visit with their parents or guardian about what Scoop is.          

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Red Ribbon Week

"Red Ribbon Week" is approaching.  During the week students learn the negative effects drugs of all kinds have on the body.  It is also a time for the Intermediate and Primary building students, as well as all staff members, to have fun each day dressing to a theme of the day against drugs.


  Red Ribbon Week
October 28-November 1



The Intermediate and Primary buildings will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week October 28-November 1.

During Red Ribbon Week we encourage students and staff to wear clothing for the theme of the day.  This years themes are as follows.

Monday Oct. 28th- Team up on drugs. Wear clothing such as jerseys of your favorite sports team.
Tuesday Oct. 29th- Round up on drugs. Wear western or country clothing.
Wednesday Oct. 30- Sock it to drugs. Wear crazy socks to school.
Thursday Oct. 31- Put a scare on drugs. Wear Halloween costumes according to teachers agenda for Halloween.
Friday Nov. 1-Cardinal Red Day. Wear Chadron Cardinal clothing or other red clothing in honor of Red Ribbon Week.