May 6th, 2016 - Kent School District

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May 6th, 2016 - Kent School District
MEADOW RIDGE ELEMENTARY
RANGER NEWS
Suzy Kontos
Principal
27710 108th Ave. SE
Kent, WA 98030-8767
Ph: 253-373-7870 Fax: 253-373-7877
May 6th, 2016
Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe and Be Ready to Learn
MAY
Sun., May 8th—Mother’s Day
Wed., May 11th—Late Start, 10:30 start, no breakfast
Tues., May 24th—Last day for After School Energy Program
Thurs., May 26th Kindergarten Roundup
(9:00-11:00 & 5:30-6:30)
Fri., May 27th—Kinder to College Field Trip
Mon., May 30th Memorial Day (No School)
Tues., May 31st—Concert (9:30 am and 7:00 pm)
KINDERGARTEN ROUND UP TIME!
Thursday, May 26th is our kindergarten round up! There are two sessions you
and your child can attend: either 9:00 am -11:00 am or 5:30 pm—6:30 pm. To
sign up for a time, and/or to pick up or drop off paperwork please visit the
Meadow Ridge office.
On the day of the round up, you and your child will get to meet the teachers
and learn about what it means to be a kindergartner at Meadow Ridge. You can
also drop off any remaining paperwork that may be missing in your child’s application.
ATTENTION 6TH GRADERS IN SPORTS
If your child is planning to do sports next year as a 7th grader their physical examination must be
completed after June 1st, 2016. Any physicals done before this date will not be accepted. 20162017 Registration/Physical forms will be available at the school and KSD Athletics and Activities
webpage, and District Athletic Department main offices ON OR AFTER JUNE 1, 2016.
CONCERT DATE CHANGED
Due to a schedule conflict, the music concert has been changed to Tuesday, May 31st at 9:30 am
and 7:00 pm. The concerts will feature our band, orchestra, choir, and percussion groups.
PLEASE PICK UP CHILDREN ON TIME AFTER SCHOOL
School is out every day at 2:38 pm. Children need to be picked up no later than 2:45 pm. If
you have extenuating circumstances and are not able to pick up your child by that time,
please call the office to let us know at 253-373-7870.
ATTENDANCE DESK
Did You Know? Children who enjoy school and who are engaged in school want to go to school every day. When kids
attend every day they learn skills and make friends. This helps them be successful both academically and socially.
Here’s How You Can Help:
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Regularly ask your child about school.
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What do you like best about your class? What would you like to change about your class? Why?
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Tell me about what you do before school, at recess, after school.
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What things are you learning in school?
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Tell me about upcoming family events at the school that we should plan to attend.
When the answers from your child indicates there are problems contact someone at the school (teacher, counselor,
principal) and ask for help addressing the problem.
ENROLL YOUR CHILD FOR KINDERGARTEN & PRE-SCHOOL
Information is available on the district website for enrolling your child(ren) for kindergarten and pre-school. Visit http://
www.kent.k12.wa.us/Page/5643 for more information.
NOTES FROM OUR NURSE
If your child has a fever, 100º or more, they must stay home until the Fever has been gone for a
full 24 hours without the aid of a fever reducing medicine.
If your child vomits or has diarrhea, they must not return to school until 24 hours have passed
since they last vomited or had diarrhea and are eating normally.
If your child has red, swollen, or puffy eyes with evidence of mucous or drainage they must not
return until there is no drainage from eyes or have been on medicated eye drops for 24 hours.
If your child has lice, they must be checked and cleared by our health room before being allowed back in
school. They will not be permitted back in school with live bugs. Nits are allowed, as long as parents are
continuing to actively remove them. When lice is found, a letter is sent home with the classmates of the
student, advising families to inspect their own children for lice. With proper treatment, the lice can be
removed in as little as one evening. If you need advice about head lice, please contact our school nurse.
SAVE THE DATE
LATE START DAYS
Wed., June 1st—Late Start
Fri., June 17th—Last day of school (dismissal at 11:38 am,
no lunch served)
Sun., June 19th—Father’s Day
Please remember that students should not be dropped
off before 10:10 AM on late start days. School starts at
10:30 AM. We do not serve breakfast on any of our late
start days.
June 1st
WANT MORE FUN NEWS FROM MEADOW RIDGE ELEMENTARY?
Check us out online at http://www.kent.k12.wa.us/MR for more stories and exciting articles!
Kent School District does not discriminate in programs, activities, admission, access, treatment, or employment on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of trained dog guide or service
animal by a person with a disability, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.. Student, school district employees, parents/guardians, and community members will not be excluded from participation in or be subjected to discrimination with respect to any educational
program or activity. If you have any questions, please contact: Title IX Officer and State Law Compliance Coordinator Section 504/ADA Coordinator Chief Accountability Officer 253-373-7203 Executive Director, Student and Family Support Services 253-373-7010 Kent School District will also take steps to
assure that national origin persons who lack English language skills can participate in all education programs, services, and activities. For information regarding translation services or transitional bilingual education programs, contact the Director of Multilingual Education 253-373-7269
MULTICULTURAL NIGHT A SUCCESS!!
FAMILY FITNESS NIGHT!
The Meadow Ridge Office Staff would like to say thank you to all of the
children, teachers, Ms. Kontos and Mr. Koomia for making us all feel like such
rock stars during Administrative Professionals Week! We love you all and are
so grateful for all your kindness!
POETRY FEATURE:
Recycling
By: Natasha Thach
Trash, trash is everywhere
But people just don’t care
They rip open tasty treats
And throw wrappers in the streets.
We want our Earth to be clean!
We want our Earth to be bright!
People: don’t be mean!
Let’s make our planet right!
We will help anyway we can.
We will make a difference,
so here’s our plan:
Recycling is the word of the day.
So, be careful what you throw away.
Look around and do your part.
It’s never too late to start.
DID YOU KNOW? THE SILLY HOLIDAYS IN THE MONTH OF MAY
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th
9th
10th
11th
12th
13th
14th
15th
16th
17th
Save the Rhino
Brothers and Sisters Day
National Candied Orange Peel Day
Star Wars Day
National Hoagie Day
No Diet Day
National Tourism Day
No Socks Day
Lost Sock Memorial Day
Clean Your Room Day
Eat What You Want Day
Limerick Day
Blame Someone Else Day
Dance Like a Chicken Day
National Chocolate Chip Day
National Sea Monkey Day
Pack Rat Day
18th
20th
21st
22nd
23rd
24th
25th
27th
28th
29th
30th
31st
No Dirty Dishes Day
Be a Millionaire Day
National Memo Day
Buy a Musical Instrument Day
Lucky Penny Day
National Escargot Day
Tap Dance Day
Sun Screen Day
International Jazz Day
Learn About Composting Day
Water a Flower Day
National Macaroon Day
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR MEADOW RIDGE WINNERS!
Every year the Kent area PTSA recognizes three individuals from each school based on the
recommendations of their peers. This year the Meadow Ridge winners were: Thomas Baugh (Outstanding
Educator Award), Nurse Milly Nabarrete (Golden Acorn Award), and Kathy Walker (Outstanding Advocate
Award). The winners attended a dinner catered by the Kent Meridian High School culinary program
students.
COLLEGE NIGHT
Thank you to all our wonderful families who
came to college night! It was wonderful to see
families and their children getting ready for the
future!
WE NEED CLOTHING
When students have a wardrobe malfunction at school we often lend them clothes. Currently,
we are in need of uniform pieces (shorts, skirts, pants, shirts, and jumpers) in sizes 7-10 for girls
and boys. If your child has outgrown their uniform and you no longer need it, please consider
donating it to the office.
RANGER RALLY
THE KINDERGARTENERS ARE HEADED TO COLLEGE!
The kindergartners will be taking a field trip to South Seattle College on Friday, May
27th. This is a program sponsored by local colleges, universities, and technical
institutes to increase awareness of college requirements and engage students in
activities that will be prepare them for success. While on the trip the children will take
a tour of the school, and participate in different activities.
SPOTLIGHT ON THE STAFF
Name: Amy Campbell
5th Grade Teacher
About Me: I grew up in SeaTac and went to Highline School District. I’m Auntie to 3
nephews and 1 niece to one awesome older brother in Virginia. I have a ferocious kitty
named Tiger Lily. I graduated from Central Washington University with a Bachelors of
Education degree and University of Washington Bothell with a Master of Education degree.
My Top 10’s
Color:
Purple and Orange
Season: All of them
Animal:
River otter
Book:
Goodnight, Mr. Tom
Movie:
Rear Window
Sport:
Football
Hobby:
Being with friends
Place:
Arlington, VA
Food:
Bread
Drink:
Coke
Stuff That Makes Me Awesome
I know American Sign Language. I’ve been to Norway to visit family. I love kids!
1ST GRADE VISITS THE ZOO!
LOST AND FOUND IS OVERFLOWING!
Our lost and found area is brimming with coats, shirts, pants, gloves, lunch bags, etc. If
your child has lost something, please have them check it out. Lost and found is located
on a large rack just outside the cafeteria.
AFFORDABLE INTERNET
Comcast is offering home internet for $9.95 a month for qualified families who have students
in the free and reduced lunch program. To see if your family qualifies please contact
1-855-8-INTERNET.
MATH RESOURCES AT HOME!
Does your child need help with math, or can’t get enough math? We have some awesome resources
available online!
Multiplication Games— http://www.multiplication.com/games
Picture Dictionary for Math Terms— http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/vlibrary.html
More Math Games—http://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/ePC/start.do
Username: mr2
Password: 12345
(the 2 in the username should match your child’s grade number)
FROM MS. KIER’S DESK
Reading: We started our Cinderella Unit. It was fun to learn there was
a true story about Cinderella. It was the Egyptian story. Students have
homework to bring home their props and retell each story. If you have
not heard it, ask them about it. Each child got their own copy of the
Disney Cinderella and we will be comparing/contrasting stories,
putting them in the correct sequence, and doing many fun learning
activities.
Math: We had our test on the big unit where we learned about
subtracting three digit numbers and regrouping. This is a difficult
concept and most of the students did well. Those that were not able
to understand this, will have continued practice. This is a necessary
skill to be able to do in 3rd grade. Thank you for your help with them
as they did their homework.
SPOTLIGHT ON THE STAFF
Name: Katey Kjelland
5th Grade Teacher
About Me: I grew up in Ellensburg, WA and also attended Central Washington University.
I’ve played soccer since kindergarten and love to go hiking. I am a very happy person. I couldn’t imagine doing anything else besides teaching!
My Top 10’s
Color:
Purple
Season: Summer
Animal:
Dog
Book:
Harry Potter Series
Movie:
Elf
Sport:
Soccer
Hobby:
Reading
Place:
Honduras
Food:
Ice Cream
Drink:
Coffee
Stuff That Makes Me Awesome
1. I have a Schnoodle (schnauzer / poodle) named Noodles.
2. I have been traveling around Europe this summer.
3. I have been on 7 cruises.
4. I love to do 5k’s and have done 5!
THANK YOU APRIL LUNCH LEADERS!
The April Lunch Leaders were absolutely awesome! They weathered schedule changes, and
alternate lunch times with determination and a great sense of humor.
Abdi
Nadine
Raihanah
Rosehelena
Aaron
Sam
Brian
Samuel
Danielle
DaQuan
Khaled
Nicolas
Anastasiya
Ziair
Patrick
Jada
Ann
Iris
Arshdeep
Gurjasdeep
Abdirizak
Abdulhussein
Al Kinani
Alvarez
Andrews
Atanacio
Bui
Cruspero
Dalistan
Ervin
Fisher
Garrido-Diaz
Gerasimova
Gilbert
Guzman Vargas
Hoskins-Cato
Jassim
Joaquin-Serrato
Kaur
Kaur
Nebiat
Evelina
Cing Hoih
Khang
Sachmn
Gavin
Lotfekwa
Vasyl
Mezmaryah
Madino
Ricky
Mia
Showstika
Zin
Taylor
Ena
Noel
Cristin
ATTENDANCE
Kemal
Khudan
Kim
Le
Litt
Lopez
Luzayadio
Mazur
Misher
Osman
Perez
Phok-Binh
Rai
Tay Lay
Vang
Victor Jefferson
Villegas
Zaniga
SPOTLIGHT ON THE STAFF
Name: Pam Ausen
Attendance
About Me: I have worked at Meadow Ridge for 15 years. I have 3 sons, Colby who is 28,
Miles who is 26, and Owen who is 24. I love to read and do so every chance I get.
My Top 10’s
Color:
Purple
Season: Christmas
Animal:
Horse
Book:
Anything by Nora Roberts
Movie:
Action / Adventure
Sport:
Baseball
Hobby:
Cross Stitching
Place:
Disneyland
Food:
Pizza
Drink:
Diet Cherry Dr. Pepper
SOUTH KING COUNTY MOBILE MEDICAL UNIT SCHEDULE
Please note that we take our last medical patients 30 to 60 minutes prior to the clinic end time. Try
to arrive at least an hour before the end of the medical clinic.
The mobile van program provides no-cost walk-in care for people who are living homeless (or were recently
homeless) only. El Programa del Van Mobil ofrece Cuidados de Salud sin costo solo para personas sin hogar
(o recientemente sin hogar).
For more information/ Para obtener más información:
Phone: 206-330-6775 Email: [email protected]
Phone: 206-915-4809 Email: [email protected]
Uninsured? The Mobile Medical staff can help you apply for a new Medicaid program available to people
with a low income. The program covers prescriptions, doctor and hospital visits, basic dental and vision
care, and more.
PERFECT ATTENDANCE AWARDS FOR APRIL
Here are the students who have perfect attendance in April! Wonderful job
Rangers! You are an inspiration to everyone!
Abdirizak
Abed Aoun
Abed Aoun
Adhikari
Agbayani
Aguayo-Zuniga
Ahmed
Ahmed
Al Kinani
Al Kinani
Al-Tameemi
Al-Tameemi
Alindayu
Alindayu
Almasan
Alvarez
Andriyuk
Atanacio
Aung
Baca
Baca
Barkadle
Barkadle
Borja
Bayaka
Bik
Boiko
Borja
Bui
Callejas Del Valle
Castillo-Ochoa
Center
Chitral
Chyypesh
Crowley
Crowley
Cuevas-Maceda
Dahir
Dahir
Davis
Davis
Delmar
Abdirihman
Ali
Yousif
Kiran
Neo Dave
Cristian
Abdirashid
Mursal
Ibrahim
Raihanah
Aaya
Farah
Landen
Nicolas
La'Shawn
Rosehelena
Vadim
Darius
Naing
Kimberly
Roxana
Maryama
Munir
Francine
Dina
Stony
Vladyslav
Francine
Brian
Emanuel
Bryan
Michael
Maya
Kristina
Emma
Johnnie
Chris
Abdulahi
Marwo
Jack
Sydney
Kolby
Dinh
Doma
Douled
Eh
Ernest
Faris
Faris
Gafurova
Garrido-Diaz
Gates
Gaye
Gerasimova
Gonzalez Ruiz
Gordiichenko
Gordiichenko
Gurung
Guzman
Guzman
Guzman-Vargas
Ha
Hae
Harrell
Harman
Hendricks
Hendricks
Htoo
Hussein
Huynh
Ignacio-Flores
Jaimes
James
Jamias
Jammeh
Jefferson
Jefferson
Johnson
Johnson
Jose
Kadir
Kadir
Kami
Karami
Vicky
Samuel
Filsan
Hser Nay Gay
Saw
Alexander
Katrina
Esmira
Nicolas
Jamea
Jeremiah
Anastasiya
Ernesto Jr.
Arsen
Ilona
Projjal
Addie
Italy
Patrick
Evalynn
Day Bae
Janaya
Carlos
Franklin
Nicholas
Saraku
Nagham
Tina
Preston
Aissa
Amerie
Jeremiah
Tucker
Eleesia
Ena Victoria
Celina
Christian
Joel
Jabir
Nesrudin
Saurav
Mardin
Karplyuk
Karume
Katwal
Kaur
Khai
Khokar
Khokhar
Khryapkina
Khudan
Khudan
Kim
Kravchishin
Kuchiyev
Kuchiyev
Kukharevych
Kumar
Lahtaw
Lay
Le
Le
Le
Leon Lita
Lian
Lian
Lian
Litt
Luzayadio
Mabeyoje
Maddox
Malanog
Man
Man
Man
Mang
Manjarrez-Hurtado
Maran
McGeachy
Medeiros
Melinetskiy
Misher
Misher
Mitchell
Jason
Bryanna
Dushan
Manleen
Khup
Prince
Lovepreet
Diana
Evelina
John
Jennifer
Lauren
Aslan
Jean
Veronika
Shayali
Ja Seng Htoi
Zin Tay
Minhkhang
Thy
Vy
Joan
Anthony
Efrim
Johny
Aksh
Lezlen
Iman
Grace
Alexandria
Sokunmealea
Threasa
Veatu
Thang
Juan
Sut
Kianna
Jazmine
Dann
Lamia'Sky
Mezmaryah
Makayla
PERFECT ATTENDANCE AWARDS CONTINUED...
Mohamed
Mohamed
Mohammed
Monroe
Moo
Moo
Morales-Becerra
Mouan
Nahal
Nahid
Nahid
Naing
Nalivayko
Nava
Nava Guzman
Nem
Nguyen
Normandia
Okafor
One
Oo
Oo
Paillant
Paillant
Paw
Perez
Perez
Perez-Flores
Perez-Flores
Pham
Phiri
Phommavongxay
Pich-Binh
Pich-Binh
Pijuan
Pileno
Pileno Leonardo
Pineda
Produsevich
Pyu
Qadoora
Rai
Jamaal
Zakaria
Eliham
Blake
Christ
Nay Soe
Cesar
Po chou
Gagan
Hasan
Hussein
Victoria
Jennifer
Carlos
Giovana
Cin
Kevin
Andrea
Chidinma
Ree Doh
May Zin
Nwee
Hawkins
Jaisen
Eh Wah
Melanie
Ricky
Alberto
Sonya
Jennifer
Adriano
Tryse
Ayden
Jayden
Ralph
Flor
Gyanna
Nathan
Yana
Sol
Sedra
Showstika
Reed
Reh
Reh
Reh
Renteria-Abarca
Riley
Riley
Robbins
Robbins
Rodriguez-Rayo
Rodriguez-Rayo
Rogers
Rogers
Rosas
Ruvalcaba
Ruvalcaba Jaimes
Ryu
Saetern
Sanchez
Santos
Santos
Saucedo
Saucedo-Yepez
Sayed
Sayed
Scharmer
Seay
Shee
Sieh
Soe
Solimankhil
Solimankhil
Somera
Somera
Strothers
Su
Tabullo Sanchez
Tallman
Tauaefa
Thach
Thang
Tilahun
Michael
Nong
Pee
Sehe
Uriel
Avah
Liam
Raymonni
Rayvontae
Julian
Thomas
DeLano
Dorian
Emilee
Esbeyde
Tristin
Ian
Chad
Eric
Caitlyn
Jordan
Karen
Jesus
Sayed Musawer
Sayed Muzamel
Dylan
Ava
Hser Kue
Mary
Saw Mu Lar
Lima
Sahar
Micaella
Renzae
Jaylah
Su
Miguel
Jayden
Shanaiyah
Natasha
Naing
Tsiyone
Travis
Darius
Tuang
Lian
Uriarte Angulo
Daven
Valdivia
Jair
Vazquez Diaz Covarrubias Victor
Wah
Moosoe
Wah
Sher Law Eh
Wah
Susata
Wahidi
Zarlasht
Webber
Frankie
Webster
Nalani
Webster
Natalie
Webster
Nickolas
Wilson
Jamari
Wilson
Joshua
Wong
Raymond
Xiong
Vita
APRIL RANGER RECOGNITION RECIPIENTS
Students who demonstrate The Ranger Way—being respectful, responsible, ready to learn and safe receive Ranger
Recognition slips. Below are the outstanding students from April.
Abdirizak
Abdulhussein
Aguayo-Zuniga
Ahmed
Ahmed
Akram
Al Kinani
Ali
Alishanov
Almasan
Al-Tameemi
Alvarez
Andrews
Atanacio
Barkadle
Bayaka
Binh-Nuon
Bolinger
Borysovets
Boyko
Castillo-Ochoa
Castro
Chandi
Chitral
Chitral
Coe
Conwell
Dahir
Dahir
Dalistan
Dansky
Davis
De Dios
Devi
Dhillon
Dodge
Doma
East
Ernest
Ervin
Faris
Fisher
Abdirihman
Nadeen
Cristian
Melek
Mursal
Sha'Far
Ibrahim
Abdulahi
Alishan
La'Shawn
Aaya
Rosehelena
Aaron
D. Samuel
Munir
Dina
Aleen
Makyla
David
Mark
Bryan
Shay
Noor
Jayden
Kishan
Latrayvius
Laurelei
Abdulahi
Safa
Danielle
Alison
Jack
Giselle
Eesha
Ranjot
Zachariah
Samuel
Daniel
Saw
DaQuan
Alexander
Khaled
Fisher
Galeana
Garrido-Diaz
Gates
Gordiichenko
Gutierrez
Gutierrez Galarza
Guzman
Guzman-Vargas
Harrell
Harris
Hauk
Hayes
Heh
Hernandez
Huynh
Jassim
Jefferson
Joaquin-Serrato
Johnson
Johnson
Kadir
Kadiri
Kami
Kami
Kaur
Kaur
Kaur
Kaur
Khai
Khalil
Khudan
Lay
Le
Le
Lemus
Lewis
Lian
Lidstrand
Litt
Lloyd
Luzayadio
Nadia
Angelina
Nicolas
Derrick
Arsen
Luis
Betsy
Brisia
Patrick
Janaya
Novella
Dorin
Jailen
Kwar Lar
Gabriel
Tina
Ann
Ena Victoria
Iris
Christian
Derek
Nesrudin
Erik
Jai
Saurav
Arshdeep
Gurjasdeep
Harman
Triman
Khup
Khadija
Evelina
Zin Tay
MinhKhang
Thy
Chasitee
Jaliyah
Anthony
Dylan
Sachmn
Kevaeh
Lofekwa
Maina
Mali
Mang
Manjarrez-Hurtado
Matthews
Maw
Mazur
McIntosh
McWilliams
Mefi
Merry
Misher
Misher
Mitchell
Muya
Nasir
Nezdyur
Ochoa-Felix
O'Keefe
Oo
Paillant
Paw
Peckenpaugh
Peckenpaugh
Perez
Perez
Perez-Flores
Phok
Pich-Binh
Pitre
Pittman
Pyu
Qadoora
Qadoora
Ramirez Garcia
Reh
Reh
Revko
Riggins
Riggins
Riley
Rodriguez-Rayo
Christopher
Om
Thang
Juan David
Donavon
Mary
Vasyl
John
Amara
Karess
James
Lamia'Sky
Mezmaryah
Makayla
Rehema
Yousif
Maxim
Jonathan
Ann
Nwe
Hawkins
Eh Wah
Aiden
Alex
Melanie
Osvaldo
Sonya
Mia
Ayden
Jaylon
Kylie
Sol
Hazim
Sadiq
Sarahi
Nong
Pee
Zoryana
Taliyah
Thomas
Liam
Ebony
APRIL RANGER RECOGNITIONS CONTINUED…
Rodriguez-Rayo
Rogers
Ruvalcaba
Saetern
Santos
Sharma
Shevchuk
Singh Litt
Soe
Soe
Solimankhil
Somera
Stephenson
Stinsman-Epitacio
Su
Thach
Valdivia
Vongprachanh
Wah
Wah
Walker
Wells
Williams
Xayavong
Yambao
Yefimchuk
Zaremba
Julian
DeLano
Bianca
Chad
Caitlyn
Maithly
Ruslan
Sachmn
Saw Eh Kli
Saw Mu Lar
Sahar
Renzae Mae
Chase
Andrew
Su
Natasha
Jair
Keidene
Moo Soe
Sher Law Eh
Amerion
Conner
Makyla
Aubrey Sheyana
Dylan
Ethan
Andrian
TRACK DATES
Mon., May 2nd—Practice
Wed., May 4th—Practice
Mon., May 9th—Practice
Wed., May 11th—Practice
FUN INTERNET LINKS!
Did you know that the Meadow Ridge
website has a bunch of fun learning
links? Below are some of our
favorites:
www.switcheroozoo.com
www.funbrain.com
DID YOU KNOW?
www.kids.nationalgeographic.com
It's important for kids to have breakfast every day, but what
they eat in the morning is crucial too. Choosing breakfast
foods that are rich in whole grains, fiber, and protein while
low in added sugar may boost kids' attention span,
concentration, and memory — which they need to learn in
school.
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Kids who eat breakfast are more likely to get fiber, calcium,
and other important nutrients. They also tend to keep their
weight under control, have lower blood cholesterol levels
and fewer absences from school, and make fewer trips to
the school nurse with stomach complaints related to
hunger.
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