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News From Elementary Principal

It's easy to get caught up in the commotion of the holiday season, but our wish for you is that you are able to slow down this month and spend quality time with your family and reflect upon the beauty that is Christmas.  However, before we send students home for Christmas vacation to relax, we have a lot yet to do!

            December brings about the beginning of the winter sports season and the end to the first semester of school.  Students and staff are working hard to finish the first semester on a high note.  We ask parents to continue to communicate often with your child and his/her teachers as well as check online with PowerSchool to make sure daily assignments and homework are completed and handed in on time.  Your involvement remains one of the most important factors in determining your child’s success in school. 

            In the past, there have been some issues with unattended children both outside the building and in the commons area during home basketball games.  Please understand that when your young child comes to school events, he or she is expected to stay in the gym under your supervision.  As always, there will be at least one administrator on duty at every home event and we will be directing kids to stay seated in the gym for their safety and enjoyment of the event.  Please assist us in this effort by keeping your child with you at all times.

            The elementary Christmas programs are can't-miss events.  This year’s programs are scheduled for December 11.  The PK-3 concert begins at 6:00pm in the east gym and the 4-6 concert begins at 7:15pm in the west gym.  We fill both gyms every year so please arrive early to ensure a great seat. 

            Finally, I would like to take this opportunity to wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas and blessed New Year.  I hope you keep the true meaning of Christmas in your mind and heart and have an enjoyable and relaxed holiday with family and friends. 


Jason Calahan

Elementary Principal


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