Joke of the Week Link to Video
After School Programming Information
The following upcoming Open Doors programs are already FULL:
- Hip Hop
- Tae Kwon Do
- Crafty Kids
Other programs are filling up fast so students should get their forms in soon!
Note: Session 5 of Open Doors does not begin until Monday May 9th, 2016
The weather is discouraging for outside recess. Check before you head outside.
Celebrate Difference and Diversity
Next week, April 11-14, we will come together as a school to celebrate difference and diversity with a spirit week and an assembly on Thursday. Please join in the fun. See the list below for the themes for each day.
Monday - Wacky Day - dress to express your uniqueness
"Why fit in when you were born to stand out!" -Dr. Seuss
Tuesday - Dress your best - dress up to show personal pride and self confidence
"Self confidence is the best outfit, rock it and own it." - Anonymous
Wednesday - All the colors of us - dress the rainbow
"Strength lies in differences, not similarities." -Stephen Covey
PreK-K - Red
Explorers and Triumph - Orange
Imagination and Discovery - Yellow
Investigators and Voyagers - Green
Travelers and Incredibles - Blue
USA and Renaissance - Purple (or anything close like Burgundy or, Maroon)
Thursday - School Spirit, dress in raider gear and school colors. - We are all one community
"Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much." - Helen Keller
The Squad for Kindness would like to thank Explorers for celebrating moments of kindness with us. Thank you Makenzie, who was chosen at random to represent all the students that were caught being kind. Makenzie was honored for helping Mrs. Speakerman to clean up the boots in the hall without being asked.
Other Explorers students we would like to recognize are: Luke, Nate, Meredith, Jessica, and Brianna
Voyagers and Kindergarten (Williams) Played in the Surprising April Snow
Undeterred by the snow/slush on Thursday 4-7-2016, these students headed out for a romp during recess. The school's snow tubes had already been stored for the winter, or it would have been tempting to put them out. Warm temperatures melted off half the snow by midday.
Walking Wednesday Results
87 students and 13 Adults came to school on Walking Wednesday 4-6-2016. This works out to 12% of the student population. Here is what the data looks like for the school year of Walking Wednesdays when placed into a bar graph. We have five more Walking Wednesdays left in the school year and four of them take place in May.
Notice: Girls on the Run will NOT be meeting on April 25th and 27th or during Learning Showcase week. Girls on the Run will resume on May 9th.
Don’t forget to finish up your door/wall/community autism display. Judging will take place on Wednesday, April 13th.
Do you recognize these famous people with autism.
Film director, producer, artist, writer and animator Known for: Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, The Nightmare Before Christmas
Film actress known for
Blade Runner, Splash, Roxanne Wall Street,
One of the first women to talk publicaly about life with Autism
‘Dance All Night Then Sleep Tight’
4-6 PAJAMA PARTY DANCE
Thursday April 14
Hosted by Voyagers
Wear your PJ’s and be entered in our Raffle!
Music by ‘The PJ DJ’
Start Vaca the right way!!
It’ll be Dreamy!
Oranges are for snacks today
Oranges are an excellent source of vitamin C. They are also a very good source of dietary fiber. In addition, oranges are a good source of B and A vitamins, and minerals calcium, copper, and potassium.
It is healthier to consume oranges as a whole fruit rather than in the form of orange juice. Whole fruits contain more fiber and less sugar and calories than juice -a win for your health.
UNIVERSAL LUNCH MENU
Entrée Options Main Meal or Cabot Yogurt Parfait or Deli Sandwich or Pizza
Offered with all Meals Vegetable/Fruit Bar Fresh Fruit, Fresh Hood Milk