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ood evening, Meadow Park families! This is Mrs. Elek with your weekly reminders.
Tuesday is Spring picture day. Orders can be given to the photographer on Tuesday or you can do it online. Make sure you wear your best smile.
Friday morning our All Pro Family is meeting in the media center from 7:30-8:00. This is a great time to eat breakfast together as a family and talk about things. This month’s topic is How your Parenting Style can Influence your Child’s Development. We hope to see you there.
The rest of the week is pretty routine. Girls on the Run and Chorus have their normal meeting times, and the Family Center will be open at its normal times.
This is our last week before Spring Break. Students will be off from March 16th - March 23rd. Make sure you take time to sharpen the saw and spend quality time with your families. I hope everyone enjoys their week. Have a great night!
We have a busy week this week. Our Spring Book Fair is here. Mrs. Colleen has all sorts of fun titles for you to shop from. Spring Break is coming up, so stop by the book fair to pick out some great books for Spring Break reading. Students can shop all week at school, but we’re holding an additional shopping event for families tomorrow night from 5:00-7:00pm as well. Throughout the week, Mrs. Colleen will be collecting spare coins. Students are encouraged to bring in some spare coins each day. This collection goes to help students that can’t otherwise afford to shop at the Book Fair. She’s also hosting fun spirit days throughout the week. Check your child’s backpack or our Facebook page for details. Tomorrow is Mismatched Day. Dress in mismatched clothes.
Tuesday night, I’m going to be doing an interactive read aloud on Facebook Live at 7pm. Students and families can get into their PJs, grab a favorite stuffed animal, and snuggle up to listen to a story with me from the comfort of your own home. Just log in to our MPE Facebook page on Tuesday night and click on the live link. If you can’t join us right at 7 for the live event, the video will be available on our page afterwards.
There is more fun on Wednesday night, too. Wednesday from 6-7pm is our STEM Wars event. We still have plenty of room for RSVPs, so even though this was scheduled to be a 5th grade only event, we’re going to open it up to our 4th grade families as well. Please let your child’s teacher know if you plan on coming. This is great hands on fun for the whole family, so you don’t want to miss it.
Our 3rd graders are taking a field trip to the Symphony on Friday. Please make sure you’ve returned your permission slips for this fun trip.
Those are all of our school events for the week. Girls on the Run and chorus still have their meetings this week, and Mrs. Pennybacker will be in the family center on Thursday afternoon and Friday morning.
Thank you for your continued support of our school. We hope to see you at some of these fun activities this week. Have a great night, and we’ll see you all in the morning.
Before we get started with our weekly events, I have one quick reminder. If your child is going home a different way than usual, please make sure you send a note to your child’s teacher to let us know. Unless we have a request in writing, we have to send students home their normal way. You can email the front office, send your child’s teacher a dojo or Remind message, or write it in your child’s agenda. We just need to have it in writing if we need to send them a different way. Many times parents show up in PPU and it takes time for us to pull students from their afternoon clubs or from iSTAY due to a miscommunication about dismissal. We appreciate your help with this.
Girls on the Run will meet on Monday and Wednesday afternoon. Chorus is practicing on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. Our Family Center will be open after school on Thursday and before school on Friday. Some of our Kindergarten students are also taking field trips this week, so that’s exciting!
Friday morning is our Box Top collection day. If you have any, please send them in to your child’s teacher. Looking ahead to next week, Mrs. Colleen is hosting another Book Fair! This is a great time to buy books for students to read over Spring Break coming up. Speaking of Spring Break, mark your calendars! Students will be off for Spring Break March 14th through March 23rd. Our school will close for the entire week including our iSTAY program, so make sure you have arrangements.
Students return to school tomorrow morning. We’re ready for a great week. The MPE carnival is this Friday from 4-7pm. This is one of our favorite events of the year. We’ll have inflatables, carnival games, a cake walk, and all sorts of fun activities for your whole family. J&K’s Café Food truck will be on site along with Pelican Sno Balls for dessert. The Punta Gorda PD will be there with a video game trailer, too! It’s going to be a great time, so please plan to join us Friday night from 4-7.
Chorus is meeting on Tuesday or Wednesday after school, and our Girls on the Run will meet on Wednesday. Mrs. Pennybacker will be in the family center Thursday afternoon and Friday morning. On Friday morning, Babcock Ranch will be visiting, and they're bringing their friend Buddy the Alligator with them. You don't want to miss that.
This Friday is the last day for you to pre order your yearbook. After Friday, the price will increase, so if you’d like to reserve your copy at the discounted price, make sure you see Mrs. Ott by Friday.
We’re ready for a great week! Quarter 3 progress reports will be sent home tomorrow. Please make sure you check your child’s backpack to see their progress. This is a great time to have a conversation with them about how they’re doing and what their goals are for the rest of the quarter. We recently finished our mid year iReady assessments and Kindergarten, First, and Second grades just gave a mid year DRA assessment. Go over their scores together to reflect and plan for the rest of the year. Students taking ownership of their learning goes a long way in their success.
Last week, your child should have come home with a flyer about our parent engagement survey. Each family has it’s own unique access code using their child’s 88 number. Please take some time this week to complete this survey. We love to hear feedback on our parent involvement plan, family engagement activities, or anything you’d like us to know to improve our relationships between school and families. Please take the time to complete this survey so our parent engagement team can review the results and comments at our upcoming meeting this Spring!
Yearbooks are still available to pre order for just $15. We are also taking orders for lovelines and advertisements. For $5 you can send your child a special message on their class page. Additionally, if you or a friend owns a business and would like to advertise in our yearbook, please see Ms. Ott in the front office for pricing.
Let’s look at our weekly activities. Chorus will meet on Tuesday and Wednesday after school. Our student leadership team will also meet Wednesday after school. On Thursday, Mrs. Pennybacker will be in our family center from 2:50-3:30 and then again Friday morning from 7:30-8:45.
We have a 3 day weekend ahead of us. There is no school for students on Monday as we observe President’s Day. Looking ahead to next week, save the date for Friday the 21st for our annual Meadow Park carnival. We’ll have bounce houses, games, food trucks, a cake walk, and lots of other excitement for the whole family. The carnival is from 4-7pm. We can’t wait to see all our Gator families there.2/2/20
Good evening, Meadow Park families! This is Mrs. Elek with your weekly announcements.
We have a pretty typical week this week. Chorus will meet on Tuesday and Wednesday after school. Thursday is class picture day. Every class will have an opportunity to take a photo. Also on that day, students will take photos with their clubs. Check your child’s backpack for order forms. The Family Center will be open on Thursday after school and Friday before school.
This week is National School Counselor Week so I wanted to take a minute to give a big thank you to our very own Dr. Bo. He goes above and beyond to make sure our students get the services they need, and he always gives a caring ear when needed. If you see Dr. Bo around campus this week, make sure you give him a smile and a thank you.
Good evening, Meadow Park families! This is Mrs. Elek with your weekly reminders. We have a great week ahead of us. Our 4th and 2nd graders will be going on field trips throughout the week, so check with your child’s teacher on details for those fun adventures. We’re also wrapping up our Pennies for Patients fundraiser, and it’s Literacy Week! Students will have fun literacy activities throughout the week, and on Tuesday night, we’ll be having a family literacy event in the library from 5:30-7:00. Families can have a pizza dinner, read together, and take AR tests. It’ll be a lot of fun, so make sure you RSVP with your teacher, and join us Tuesday night in the library.
Yearbooks are on sale for $15. If you or someone you know has a business and would like to advertise in our yearbook, please contact the front office. Families can also buy lovelines, personalized messages written to your student. Check your child’s backpack for an order form.
The rest of our week is pretty routine. Honor Chorus is meeting Tuesday and Wednesday after school, and our Family Center will be open on Thursday afternoon and Friday morning. We’ll be selling Friendship Grams towards the end of the week for $1 a piece. Check your child’s backpack, and return your order form as soon as possible.
Our last announcement is that Friday is Box Top collection day. If you have any Box Tops to turn in, please send them in your child before the end of the week.
Those are all of our announcements for now. I hope everyone has a great night, and we’ll see you all in the morning.
Good evening, Meadow Park families! This is your assistant principal, Mrs. Elek, welcoming you back from winter break. I hope everyone had a chance to relax and rejuvenate while we were off. Our staff will be returning tomorrow to finish report cards and prep our classrooms to prepare for the return of our students on Wednesday. We can’t wait to see all our gator families Wednesday morning.
Let’s look at some upcoming events. Wednesday after school, our honors chorus will have practice until 3:45. Our Title One family center will be open on Thursday after school and Friday before school. This resource is available to all our families to come and check out books together. Every time a student checks out a book, they can also select a keeper book for their personal library at home. Mrs. Pennybacker has all sorts of titles to choose from, so plan to go visit Thursday after school or Friday morning.
Report cards should go home with students next week. Mark your calendars for our upcoming awards ceremonies.
Jan. 13th- First grade @ 9 and Kindergarten @10
Jan. 14th.- Third grade @ 9 and Second grade @ 10.
Jan. 15th- Fourth grade @ 9 and Fifth grade @ 10.
Any student earning an award at one of these ceremonies will receive a notification from their teacher before the end of the week.
Here are just a few more reminders to make sure we start the year off on the right foot. Students can arrive on campus beginning at 7:45 each day. Please do not drop students off any earlier than 7:45 unless they are enrolled in iSTAY. Our campus is locked down for security reasons, so students will not be able to be supervised until 7:45. Breakfast is served daily from 7:45 until 8:15. If your student(s) needs to eat breakfast, please make sure they arrive in time to finish eating by 8:15 and be in their classrooms ready to learn before our tardy bell at 8:20. In the afternoon, our Parent Pick Up line runs until about 3:30. Please be sure if pick up your student no later than 3:30.12/15/19
This is Mrs. Elek with your weekly reminders. This is our last week before our holiday break. Students are finishing up Quarter 2 and ready for a well-deserved break.
We just have a few reminders for this week. Good News Club is canceled for this week. Any students that normally attend this club on Thursday will need to let teachers know how they’ll be going home instead.
Friday is our Box Top collection day. If you have any paper box tops, please send them in to your child’s teacher before Friday. Remember, money from our Box Tops goes right back to our teachers to buy materials and supplies for our students.
Our Title One Family Center will still be open on Thursday afternoon and Friday before school. This is a great opportunity to check out some extra books to read over the holidays. Remember, when you visit the family center, you also get to pick a keeper book to stock your bookshelves at home. Mrs. Pennybacker has all sorts of titles for every reading level, so stop by and see her this week.
Those are all of our announcements for now. Remember that attendance is still very important. Our tardy bell is at 8:20am, so please make sure students are in their rooms, ready to learn by 8:20. Friday will be our last day until January 8th. We hope everyone has a great week. We’ll see you in the morning.
Our chorus concert is Monday night at 7pm. We can't wait for these students to showcase all their hard work from this semester. Come on out and support them tomorrow night in the cafeteria.
Towards the end of the week, our Title One family center will be open on Thursday after school and Friday before school. We're also having a special guest on Friday morning. SANTA is coming to help students find a great book. So mark your calendars to join us at the end of the week.
Those are all our announcements for this week. I hope everyone had a great weekend. We'll see you all in the morning.
Good evening, Meadow Park families! We hope everyone had a nice relaxing weekend with your families. This is Mrs. Elek with your weekly reminders. We’re looking forward to kicking off December with some fun events.
Mark your calendars for this Saturday the 7th. Santa is coming to Meadow Park for our annual pancake breakfast. Bisque It Studio will also be there if you’d like to decorate ornaments, and we’ll have a shopping expo with some local vendors, too. We’ll have jewelry, beauty products, home décor items, and much much more so you can cross some items off your list and support small businesses at the same time. It’s sure to be a fun event, so we hope to see you there!
The rest of the week is pretty routine. Girls on the Run will meet for their final 2 meetings this week on Monday and Wednesday after school. These girls have been working hard all season to prepare for their 5K on Saturday. We’re so proud of all their hard work, and we can’t wait to see them on Saturday!
Our MPE chorus will practice on Tuesday or Wednesday this week as they prepare for their concert. Mark your calendars for next Monday the 9th to hear their holiday concert.
Looking ahead to next week, Santa is coming back to MPE to visit the Family Center. He’ll be with us next Friday morning in the library, so plan ahead for that as well.
Coming up on Dec. 7th is our annual Pancake Breakfast with Santa from 8am-11am. Be looking for a flyer soon to RSVP. We’re adding a new component to this event. This year, we’re inviting local entrepreneurs to attend to help you cross some items off your shopping list. While you’re enjoying breakfast, you’ll also be able to shop popular vendors like 31 Bags, Mary Kay, Usborne Books, and other products like jewelry, beauty products, home decor, and much more. If you have a small business, and you’d like to participate, we are still in need of more vendors. Please contact Mrs. Elek in the office if you’re interested in being one of our vendors. You just have to make a $25 donation to the school, but you get to keep all the profits from your sales that day. It’s a great WIN WIN.
Tuesday night is our Spirit Night at Pelican Snoballs. It is located right on US 41, near Luigis Pizza. Stop by for an after school or after dinner treat, tell them you’re from Meadow Park, and a portion of your bill will come back to Meadow Park. We’re really looking forward to this fun event.
Also this week is our SAC meeting Thursday afternoon at 4pm. This is an important meeting because they’ll be voting on whether or not to approve the distribution of our school recognition funds. We hope to see you there.
The rest of the week is routine. Girls on the Run meets Mon. and Wed. Chorus will meet Tues. or Wed. The Family Center is open Thurs. afternoon and Fri. morning.
One final announcement is that all Square One art orders are due by the end of the week. I hope everyone had a great weekend. We’ll see you in the morning!
Last Friday, our staff and students participated in their first unannounced active threat drill from the Charlotte County Sherrif’s Office. We will continue with our monthly drills, however, they will be unannounced for the upcoming months. This is a great way to practice so we can be prepared in case of an emergency. I’m happy to report that our staff and students were well prepared and everyone followed procedures for this drill. The officers running the drill were so proud of them, and so were we!
Mrs. Klaholz would like to remind students about Square One art orders. All orders are due by Nov. 21st. This is a great way to get some gifts for your loved ones for the holidays. If you can’t find your child’s information, feel free to contact Mrs. Klaholz. She can get it for you. Remember, a portion of all sales comes right back to our art room for materials and supplies for our students.
Our week this week is pretty routine around campus. Chorus and Girls on the Run are meeting will have their weekly practices. Mrs. Pennybacker will be in the family center on Thursday and Friday. Throughout the week, we’ll be collecting food for our Food Drive, and 2nd-4th graders will be getting their dental sealants.
Looking ahead to next week, mark your calendars for Tuesday the 19th. We’ll be having a Spirit Night at Pelican Snowballs. Bring your whole family for an after school or after dinner treat. A portion of your sale will come right back to our school. Also next week will be our SAC meeting on Thursday afternoon. At this meeting, our SAC will be voting on the distribution of our School Recognition Funds. We’d love to see our families there to voice their opinion.
Our 2nd-4th graders will be getting their dental sealants this week. If you signed the permission slip, your child will get their teeth sealed in the next few days.
Our Girls on the Run and Chorus practices will be after school at their normal times. Our Family Center is also open at its normal times.
Extra events this week include a field trip for 1st grade on Wednesday and Picture Retake day on Friday. If your child was absent or if you weren’t happy with their first set, our photographers will be back on Friday to do retakes.
Thursday evening is our school-wide Math night. All families are welcome to join us in the cafeteria for fun math games. If you RSVPd for our Escape Rooms, those will also take place Thursday night. Families that RSVPd will be getting a ticket sent home with your assigned time and location. Unfortunately, due to the preparation of materials, only families that RSVPd will be able to participate in the escape rooms. All families that weren’t able to RSVP are welcome to join the fun in the cafeteria any time between 5-7pm.
Mrs. Klaholz wanted to remind families about the Square One Art program. Catalogs went home with students in October. All items that are ordered will be delivered in time for the holidays, so this is a great way to do some shopping. A portion of these proceeds goes right back to our art room for supplies and materials. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Mrs. Klaholz.
We’ve reached the end of the first quarter. Grades are updated in FOCUS, but paper copies will go home with students tomorrow, so check your child’s backpack for their report card.
We still have more spots available for our Math night on Nov. 7th, so if you haven’t RSVPd yet, you still can. Just let your child’s teacher know how many people will be attending. K-2nd grade families will have math games in the cafeteria anytime between 5 and 7pm. 3rd-5th grade families can participate in a pirate-themed math escape room, but these activities begin promptly at either 5 or at 6. When you RSVP, please indicate which time slot you plan to come to.
Girls on the Run and Chorus will meet afterschool at the normal times. Please remember that siblings not in these clubs will still need to be picked up during normal dismissal times. We do not have enough supervision to hold siblings during these club meetings. Thank you for your help with this.
Thursday will be our annual storybook character parade. We will begin right around 8:45. Students wishing to participate will parade around the school in their costumes holding the book of their character. Families are welcomed to gather in the cafeteria to watch the parade and clap for our students.
Our Family Center will be open on Thursday after school and Friday before school. Students accompanied by an adult can visit this family resource center to check out a book for the week. They can also select a free book to keep and stock their library at home. This is a great resource for our families, so stop by and see Mrs. Pennybacker.
We’ve come to the end of the 1st quarter. We’re looking forward to celebrating students’ accomplishments at awards ceremonies this week. We’ll start tomorrow morning at 9:00 with our 3rd grade awards, followed by 2nd grade awards at 10:00. On Tuesday, our 1st graders will have their awards at 9:00 followed by our kindergarten students at 10:00. We’ll finish up our awards ceremonies on Thursday with 4th grade celebrating at 9:00 and 5th grade finishing at 10:00.
Don’t forget about Girls on the Run and Chorus practices this week, and our Family Center is also open at its normal times. We’ll also be holding our monthly safety drills on Thursday. We’ll have a SAC meeting Thursday after school at 4pm. We still have some Boo grams left, so if you haven’t purchased yours yet, you still have the rest of this week to get your orders in.
We’re ending the week with a Family movie night Friday night at 5:30. We’re watching Coco on the big screen in the cafeteria. Free admission and free popcorn, but feel free to bring your own blankets, chairs, or other snacks. Bring your whole family and enjoy a fun night together.
Speaking of family fun events, check your child’s backpack this week for a flyer for our upcoming math night. K-2nd grade families will come to the cafeteria for fun math games. 3rd-5th grade families will have an opportunity to participate in a math escape room. Work together as a family to see if you can solve math problems and escape a crew of pirates. We’ll need RSVPs for this event, so make sure you send back the bottom portion as soon as you can.
The Book Fair is here! It will be open all week long, so students can shop whenever they’re ready. Mrs. Colleen is having a special family night tomorrow so the whole family can come and shop together. It will be open from 5:00-7:00 tomorrow night, so we hope to see you there.
Speaking of books, our Family Center will be open Thursday afternoon and Friday morning again this week. This is another opportunity for you to check out a book, but you also get a keeper book for free. And guess what? Smokey the Bear is coming on Monday morning to meet all our students and pose for pictures. You don’t want to miss that, so stop by the library Friday morning anytime from 7:30-8:15.
Remember that Girls on the Run meets Monday and Wednesday, and Chorus meets Tuesday or Wednesday. 4th grade also has a field trip this Friday.
It’s going to be a great week. We hope everyone had a relaxing weekend, and we’ll see you all in the morning.
Families, September was School Attendance Month. We were closely monitoring our attendance all month long and brainstorming ways to improve – especially with tardies and early releases. We are still having difficulty with tardies in the morning. Our new school start time is 8:20am. We have a lot of cars entering our drop off line right before the bell. These students do not have enough time to have breakfast and get to class before 8:20. Right around 8:00, our line isn’t too long. Most cars pull right through with little delay. If those of you arriving right at 8:20 can come a little earlier, we’ll be able to get all students in their seats by 8:20 so instruction can begin right after the bell. Thanks so much with your help with this. We’d like to cut our tardies in half in October.
Let’s take a look at our weekly events. Girls on the Run will meet at their normal times this week Monday and Wednesday after school. Chorus will also meet at their normal times Tuesday or Wednesday. Our Family Center is open Thursday after school and Friday before school. This Friday morning, our Book Fair is having its GRAND opening. By that we mean all grandparents are invited to come visit and shop with their grandchildren. This event was so much fun last year, so you don’t want to miss it. The Book Fair will remain open all next week. Mark your calendars for next Monday night. Mrs. Colleen will be having a special family night for you to shop as well.
Those are all of our announcements for this week. Have a great night, and we’ll see everyone tomorrow morning.
Good evening, Meadow Park families! This is Mrs. Elek with your weekly reminders.
We are a month into school, and all our drop off and dismissal procedures are running much smoother. We are still have a bit of an issue with students arriving tardy. Our drop off line ends at 8:20. For safety reasons, we lock up the building right when the bell rings. Any student arriving after 8:20 will need to be escorted into the building and signed in by their grown up. Likewise, our parent pick up line in the afternoon should end by 3:40. Any parent arriving after 3:40 will need to come in and sign their student out from the office.
This is the last week for our Yankee Candle fundraiser. Hopefully, you have invited all your family, friends, and co-workers to shop. There are some really great candles this year! Remember all catalog orders are due Monday, Sept 23rd! Online sales will continue through the holidays.
Our chorus starts practicing this week. 5th grade chorus will meet on Tuesday and 4th grade chorus will meet on Wednesday. Some students still have not returned their contracts, so if you’re planning to participate, please make sure you bring that back in before practice. Chorus will run from 2:50 until 3:45.
Our Girls on the Run start practicing this week as well. Their first meeting will be Wednesday afternoon from 2:50-3:45. If you are a 4th grader in chorus, you can attend chorus on Tuesday instead.
We’re having a Family Involvement Meeting on Thursday afternoon at 4pm. Mr. Loge will be looking for members to join our School Advisory Council as well as our Parent Teacher Organization or PTO. Many of our parent volunteers last year were 5th grade families, so we’re looking for a new crop of supporters. If you’d like to learn more about ways to get involved, please come to the SAC/PTO meeting Thursday at 4pm.
Our Family Center will be open at it’s regular times Thursday after school and Friday before school. On Thursday, the Peace River Wildlife Center will be visiting, so you won’t want to miss that. If you’re planning to visit the Family Center Thursday afternoon, just write a note to your child’s teacher, and they will send your student straight there at dismissal. Remember, every time you visit, you get to check out a book on loan, and also select a keeper book for your home library. We hope to see you there this week.
Those are all of our announcements for today. Have a great night, and we’ll see you all in the morning.
Our drop off and pick up lines are going much smoother, so thank you so much to all our families for being patient and following the correct traffic patterns. We still have a few students arriving tardy. Remember that our new start time is 8:20am. Any students dropped off after 8:20 need to be walked into the building by an adult. Due to our new security system, all doors to our campus are locked, so students cannot get in without an adult. If you arrive, and our adults have already come inside from the drop off ramp, you’ll need to park and walk your child in. In the afternoon, all picks ups need to go through the appropriate procedures as well. Once our dismissal procedures begin, we will not be able to release students from the lobby. Please go through the parent pick up line. Our line has gotten much shorter so all students should be picked up no later than 3:30.
We don’t have too many events happening on campus this week. Our Title One family center will be open Thursday afternoon. Remember, this is a great opportunity to visit as a family. You can check out a book for the week, and select a keeper book for your library at home. Mrs. Pennybacker has all sorts of titles to choose from, so stop by and see her this Thursday after school.
There is no school for students this Friday or next Monday so we hope everyone enjoys a nice relaxing 4 day weekend for Labor Day. Have a great night, and we’ll see everyone in the morning
Good evening, Meadow Park families! This is Mrs. Elek your assistant principal with your welcome back announcements. I can’t believe tomorrow is the first day of school! We really enjoyed seeing everyone on Friday night at our Title One Annual Meeting. Hopefully everyone was able to visit their teacher and tour the building a little.
I wanted to remind everyone about our new school hours. We have added 30 minutes of instruction to our school day this year which means our bell times are now 8:20-2:50. Students are allowed on campus beginning at 7:45. Please do not drop them off any earlier because there will not be supervision at our Parent Drop Off or Walker areas until 7:45. Breakfast will be open at that time, however classrooms will not open until 8. All families are welcome to walk their students to class on Monday and Tuesday mornings. By Wednesday morning, we’d like all 1st-5th graders to be walking independently. New Kindergarten families can continue to escort students to class through this Friday.
If your student is a walker, they should be walking to the building and entering our walker gate on the sidewalk. If you are dropping your student off in a car, please use the parent drop off loop in the front of the building. It becomes very unsafe when cars are dropping students off at the walker gate.
Another reminder is about our new security system. Once our school day begins, our school has a single point of entry and that is the front office entrance. If you’re coming for a conference, to have lunch with your child, or for any other reason, please be prepared to show ID when you ring the front doorbell. You will be buzzed into the office where your license will then be scanned into our security system. Please plan to arrive a few minutes early in order to allow for this process.
Our dismissal will begin at 2:50. Please be patient with our staff and students for the first few weeks while everyone learns the ropes. Our lines may be a little later than normal at first, but once everyone gets acclimated to the procedures, I’m sure things will be much smoother.
Those are all of our announcements for right now. I hope everyone has an AMAZING first day. We can’t wait to see you in the morning. Have a great night!