09-09-16 Newsletter - Luverne Public Schools

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09-09-16 Newsletter - Luverne Public Schools
Stacy J. Gillette
Principal
[email protected]
UPCOMING
DATES
************
NATIONAL FIRE
SAFETY
AWARENESS
WEEK
10/9 – 10/15
KIDS IN THE
COMMONS
(GRADES 3-5)
3:15-4:45
10/11
KIDS IN THE
COMMONS
(GRADES K-2)
3:15-4:45
10/13
HEARING &
VISION
RESCREENINGS
10/17
MEA
NO SCHOOL
10/20 & 10/21
CLIMB THEATHER
PRESENTATION
WEEK
10/24 – 10/28
EARLY DISMISSAL
1:30PM
10/27
FLU SHOT CLINIC
10/28
5TH GRADE
ROLLERSKATING
10/28
EARLY DISMISSAL
1:30PM
11/4
END OF 1ST
QUARTER
11/4
Luverne
Elementary
709 N. Kniss
Luverne, MN 56156
507-283-4497
www.isd2184.net
LUVERNE ELEMENTARY WEEKLY NEWSLETTER
October 7, 2016
KIDS IN THE COMMONS REMINDER
11th
(3-5th
Tuesday, October
grade)
Thursday, October 13th (K-2nd Grade)
This activity will run from 3:15–4:45pm in the
Elementary Commons. Please be sure to talk with
your child about pick-up plans for after the event. If
you have questions, please contact Mrs. Dinger.
MEA NO SCHOOL
Thursday, October 20th or Friday, October 21st
(NO Family U)
EARLY DISMISSAL
1:30pm on Thursday, October 27th
(Due to Luverne Hosting the Sections CC Meet)
(Family U will begin at 1:30pm
*** MARK YOUR CALENDARS ***
Early Dismissal on Friday, November 4th at 1:30pm
(Family U will begin at 1:30pm)
ONE WARM COAT PROJECT
Rock County’s 2016 ONE WARM COAT PROJECT is
collecting new and/or clean reusable coats and snow
gear. Coats and snow gear of all shapes and sizes are
welcome (children’s coats are especially needed).
Bring your clean, reusable coats to the Luverne
Elementary School NOW through October 28th.
There will be a collection box located in the commons.
Please contact Mrs. Dinger if you have questions.
FLU VACCINATION CLINIC COMING
We will hold our annual Flu Vaccination Clinic on Friday,
October 28th. Forms and more information are being
sent home in this week’s Friday Folder. Please note
that this year we will only be offering the Flu Shot. NO
Flu Mist is available or be offered. These forms will need
to be completed and returned by Wednesday, October
19th. If you have any questions, you are encouraged to
contact Phil Paquette, our school nurse.
IS THIS YOURS???
Our “Lost and Found” has collected SEVERAL jackets,
sweatshirts and lunch bag items. In an effort to make
sure your child keeps any items that belong to him/her,
we are encouraging you to write a name on a tag or other
area so that if it is lost it can be returned.
FIRE PREVENTION WEEK
OCTOBER 9TH – 15TH
Next week is national Fire Prevention Week. Several of
our students will be learning about fire prevention
strategies and how to be safe at home and school. This
year we will be telling families, “Don’t wait! Check the
Date. Replace your Smoke Alarms Every 10 years”.
Smoke alarms save lives. The focus on smoke alarm
replacement comes as the result of a recent survey
conducted by NFPA, which showed that only a small
percentage of people know how old their smoke alarms
are or how often they need to be replaced.
DRESSING FOR THE WEATHER
We would like to remind parents that students should
come dressed to spend recess time outside each day.
This means sending your child in warm clothing if the
temperatures are predicted to be cold. Now is a good
time to make sure that you have warm clothing that
fits for the coming winter season.
DO WE HAVE YOUR NUMBER?
Please contact the elementary office if you have a
change of contact information so we may update our
records. This includes changes of address, phone
number, email addresses, cell phone numbers, and
emergency contact information. This information is
used for School Reach in the event of an early
dismissal/school closing, school related emergency
or for an illness to reach parents.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
2016-17 MUSIC PROGRAM SCHEDULE
All programs will be held at 2:00pm
in the Elementary Gym.
3rd & 4th Grades – November 11th
1st & 2nd Grades – April 28th
Kindergarten – May 12th
COMMUNITY EDUCATION NOTES
Sneaky Senses: This activity is for Girls in Grades K-1 on
October 13 & 27. Find out how your 5 senses can trick
you!
It’s For The Birds: Students in grades 1 and older will
enjoy doing crafts with the residents at the Mary Jane
Brown home. On October 15, participants will paint a bird
house and make bird feeders. Fee is $15.
Family Volleyball: Moms, Dads and kids age Kindergarten
and older will have fun at these sessions on October 17,
24, 27. Fee is $15/family or $10/individual.
Cardinal Basketball League: Register by October 19 to
play intramural games with the Cardinal Basketball League
for grades 3-6. Those students in grades 4-6 who want to
play additional basketball may register for traveling league
too. Fees go up after October 19.
Science Museum and Mall of America: Plan to take a
child to the Science Museum and MOA on October 20th
during the MEA No School days. Fee is $55 which covers
the cost of museum ticket and bus ride.
Mr. Hansen’s 5th Grade Class
My Favorite thing about of Fifth Grade is…
Math – Jackson
Kids Against Hunger – Dominic
Typing Class on Typing For Kids – Spencer
Having A Fun Teacher – Shayla
Math because I like Addition & Subtraction – unknown
Two teachers and friends – Chloe
Science – Tyler
Mr. Hansen is my teacher and we get more privileges – Kayla
Has been the Digestive System in Science – Izabel
Science – Ian
All the nice teachers – Julia
Learning about all of the systems of the body – Gavin
Science and recess – Grace
Adding decimals – Valeria
Mr. Hansen and Mrs. VonHoltum as teachers – Morgan
The Teacher – Kiesli
Mr. Hansen – Sadie
The Teachers – Zane
Math – Tucker
Science – Tyler
FUN30 and Art – Hailey
FUN30 – Tyler

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