September has come and gone so fast and now we welcome October and the wonders of the autumn season.
September’s Character Count was “Friendly” and the winner was Bella, the Math award winner was Immanuel and the writing award winner was Trezjur. In October, I will be looking for someone who demonstrates “Responsibility”. Please discuss at home ways to be responsible.
This year we are participating in the Book-it program. The Book-it calendar is attached to the back of the newsletter. Our goal for October is for all of the students to read for 300 minutes at home. That breaks down to about 10 minutes a night. Please keep track of minutes read each day and total them at the end of every week. At the end of the month, send the signed calendar back to school. Your child will receive a coupon for a free personal pan pizza at Pizza Hut!
Fall Harvest Party
Here at Evergreen Academy we have a Fall Harvest Party. The date of our party is Wednesday, October 31st. We will have our celebration in the afternoon from 1:00 to 3:20. We will have food in our room. For our harvest, parents will bring in snacks, drinks, and other yummy treats for the class to enjoy. Your child is to arrive to school in their school uniform and will be allowed to change into their costume for the party. Please sign and return the volunteer sheet if you would like to help with the party and I will send a reminder closer to the celebration.
And now, a few words about costumes before you begin your shopping…
We require that your child does NOT wear a costume that would be considered unsafe, scary, or menacing and no masks. NO weapons of any kind or gory objects are allowed.
Examples of appropriate costumes would be:
*fairy tale characters, cartoon characters, doctors, business people, or
*costumes that are sports related; football, baseball basketball, soccer.
Thank you very much in advance for volunteers who decide to help and with your cooperation in the matter of the costumes. Parents are welcome to join in on the fun.
Helping at home
Your child has been given a username and password for IXL.com. This is website that students can use at home to help strengthen their skills in math and language arts. Students have been shown how to log in and navigate the website. I recommend that students use IXL every other night and on the weekends for 30 minutes.