February 11-February 15

Hello Families!!


We have a busy busy week before us! But first…..

Just A Reminder:


We continued to have an issue with hoodies. Per our dress code, it states, “Outerwear: Outerwear is defined as anything worn over the standardized dress, such as, but not limited to: hoodies, jackets, and coats. Students shall not be allowed to wear any type of hood/hoodie inside the school building. Nothing offensive on outerwear is allowed, such as images, sayings, artwork, music groups, etc.” Please enforce this with your student as this is against our school’s dress code and your student will be written up.

Smart Watches

In our day and age, smart phones and smart watches are in and are often a necessity. We want to assure you that all classrooms are equipped with phones; therefore, students should not have their phones or smart watches on during the school day. Per our Electronic Resources Policy, ” Students may not have electronic devices in their possession during the School day or at School-sponsored activities unless approved by the Director.” Please enforce this with your student as this is against our school’s electronic resource policy and your student will be written up.


This Week!!

Parent Teacher Conferences are this Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 1:30pm-7:00pm. Students will be released at 1:00pm each day.  If you haven’t signed up, Please get on track it forward and sign up for a time. Don’t forget the book fair is open during conferences, in the library. Come check it out!


For Valentines day, it is an early out day.  So we will have a morning work cycle that will last until 10:00. We will do a couple of Valentines activities before our recess/ finial clean – up.  We will have our Valentines Exchange at 12:30 and release at 1:00.  Please remember that we do have children with allergies to Nuts, dairy ,seeds and eggs.  Children are free to bring any boxes or bags to collect valentines. We have 25 students in our class.

Coming Up!

2/13-15/19 — Parent Teacher Conferences (Early Release); Book Fair

2/19/19 — Classic Skating Spirit Night; 5:00-8:00pm

2/20/19 — Box Top Store

2/21/19 — Parent Education Night: Executive Function

2/26/19 — School-wide Spelling Bee (more information to come)

We encourage all individuals at our school, grades 1-9, to participate in this wonderful experience. Although this experience is open to our students 1-9, only students in grades 3-8 can qualify for the State Wide Spelling Bee.Lower Elementary: 9:00am-10:00am

Upper Elementary and Junior High: 11:00am-12:00pm

3/1/19 — MAPA Meeting 8:45am in the Main Conference Room

3/1/19 — MMA Ski night at Powder Mountain

Tickets will be on sale Wednesday-Friday from 1:30pm-7:00pm. Ski night tickets will only be available for purchase during PTC and must be purchased with CASH ONLY. Gala tickets will continue to be on sale until March 10th and can be purchased with a card or cash during PTC.

3/11-15/19 –Literacy Week (School-wide events)

3/12/19 — Literacy Night; 5:30-7:00pm at MMA

3/15/19 — Professional Development (Early Release)

3/18/19 — Professional Development (No School)

3/21/19 — The Ritchey Science and Engineering Fair; Dee Events Center

3/23/19 — State Spelling Bee in SLC

3/23/19 — 8th Annual Gala at Snowbasin; 7:00pm-9:00pm

3/29/19 — Yearbook sales end

4/1-5/19 — Spring Break (No School)

Thanks so much !

Ms. April

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