As I mentioned in a post back in November, we are conducting safety scenarios with the kids at school. Today we practiced another conversation as to the best way to keep safe. This was in response to a scenario that was shared with the children. We do reinforce with the children that these are just drills. Fifth graders teased me that I reminded everyone that it was a DRILL at least 7 times in one minute.
There are different levels of conversations, based on the age/grade of your child. Our goal is always to keep a sense of calm, but keep children educated about responses. Please ask your child about this conversation. If you have any questions about these drills or scenarios, please do not hesitate to call my office at 284-4128.
Do you have a student entering grades 1-7, who would be interested in learning more about field hockey? Please click on the link below for more information about Comet Camp.
Comet Camp Field Hockey Flyer 2015
Just a reminder that tomorrow (3/27/15) is an early dismissal (1:30). There will be no P.M. Kindergarten.
Please be aware of our PSSA testing window and take a look at this video message from Dr. Sugra about how you can help to encourage your son or daughter during this week. We are so proud of our teachers and students for their commitment to lifelong learning.
PSSA principal message
I just wanted to take some time and convey my sincere appreciation to the Pennsylvania State Police troopers who protect our school. They are very vigilant and always looking out for our building, staff members and students at our school. We are so lucky to have their watchful eye and I want to recognize their efforts. If you are ever in the building volunteering and you see one of these officers, please go introduce yourself and thank them for their protection.
Have a great evening.
I love my job for so many reasons, but I especially love the things I get to observe during the day. Here are three beginning drummers working with Mr. Dutton. They are working on playing the “paradiddle” – a hand pattern of R L R R or L R L L. Take a peek by clicking below.
Drumming Along Through My Day.