Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Announcements 06-10-10

Dear Parents/Guardians,

It is hard to believe that our school year is winding down and that summer is almost here. Our last school day will be Friday, June 11th . It will be a full day with students arriving and leaving at their usual times. Report cards will be issued on that day.

On Monday, June 14th we have planned a very special Student Step-Up Celebration for this year’s Kindergarten students entering first grade, third grade entering fourth grade and six grade entering seventh grade. We know these children are anxious to meet their new Learning Community teachers as well as their new surroundings and this Step-Up Day will provide the perfect opportunity for this to happen.

This event will start at 8:00 am and end at 10:00 am. Both A and B session will arrive and depart on their usual bus but will ride together. Bus Drivers will start picking up A session at approximately 7:20 and B session pickup should start at approximately 7:40. All students will be greeted in the cafeteria by their next year’s Learning Community teachers then proceed to their new classrooms.

An invitation will be sent to all Kindergarten, grade 3 and grade 6 students only, to attend this very special Step-Up Day Celebration. It will be a fun and informational time for all who attend.

Other Important days to remember:

Kindergarten graduation: June 9th @ 6:00 pm

8th Grade graduation: June 11 @ 5:30 pm

(Graduation dance to follow)

Band Trip to Washington D.C – June 21 - 24

First Day Celebration (1/2 day) Gr. 1-8 – Aug. 25th

Kindergarten Screening – Aug. 25, 26, 27 (by appt. only)

We hope you enjoy your vacation and have a fun-filled and restful summer. If you have any questions pertaining to our special Step Up Celebration for grades, K,3, and 6 or any of the events, please feel free to call the school at 527-0565.

8th grade City School Graduation is June 11, 2010. We are inviting families to join us 5:30-6:15 within learning communities to celebrate and honor 8th grade students. Learning Communities will give out awards, certificates and medals to recognize student success in Language Arts, Math, 21st Century, Art, Music, Band, PE Tech Savvy, etc.

Next, the formal graduation ceremony will begin in the large gym at 6:30 followed by a reception and student dance. During the formal ceremony students will wear medals indicating they received a learning community award. Also, during the graduation other scholarships and traditional awards will be presented.

We hope to see you celebrate our 8th grade students and their accomplishments on June 11th.

Y Summer Camp for any Franklin County School child going into grades 1-6. Open Daily from 7:30 - 6:00 from June 28 to Aug. 20. Scholarships and subsidies available. Brochures available in office or call 752-0049 for more information.

Parents of sixth and seventh graders,
Enrollment forms for next year's French classes have been distributed to students. Please return these forms to your child's homeroom teacher as soon as possible to enroll your child in the extended French experiences offered for next year.