New at Watkins Elementary
- PTA Working Groups Award Over $11,000 in Grants
In the first of 3 rounds of funding this school year, the working groups at each campus awarded more than $11,000 in grants that directly benefit scholars, classrooms, specials, and reading instruction. Through the Working Group Grants, the PTA localizes a large portion of its funding at our 3 campuses. This year, working groups are distributing their allotted funding amounts in 3 rounds of grants (fall, winter and early spring), along with teacher supply stipends. Working groups receive proposals online then discuss submissions at an open meeting. The meetings in late October were spirited discussions about real needs – and good ideas – at each campus. Following is an overview of what was funded at each campus:
- A listening center (audio player and a set of headphones) for all PreK-4 and Kindergarten classrooms that is important for early childhood students as they learn to read.
- New instruments and teaching materials for the music program
- Independent reading books to be available for all 2nd grade classrooms
- Washington, D.C.-themed books and ebooks for use by all 3rd graders (Washington, D.C. history is a primary area of study for 3rd graders)
- Supplemental books for 3rd grade leveled libraries
- Young Playwrights Theater in-school playwriting group for all classes in 4th grade
- FoodPrints for 2nd and 5th graders. 2nd grade curriculum brings in lessons on plant biology and nutrition, and 5th grade curriculum focuses on independent cooking, math, and history. (FoodPrints classes are funded by FRESHFARM Markets only in 1st, 3rd, and 4th grade.)
- New Science books and ebooks for use by students in grades 1 through 5. This grant will help the Watkins Library purchase 60 new science books (the current collection of science books is much outdated).
- CD players for Read 180 students
- Lunchtime games
- Band trumpets
- Band banner
- Library furniture
- 6th grade boys’ basketball warm-up suits and game jerseys
- Volleyball uniforms
- Making it possible for students who otherwise could not afford it to go to Luray Caverns on a class trip
For more information about PTA Grants, visit our Grants pages.
- Watkins Winter Wonderland Concerts: Details and Info
November 11, 2013
It’s that time of year again! Our Winter Holiday program is in the works! Our children are working extremely hard to put on a great show for you and the school community.
With all of the talented students here in the Cluster, there will be multiple shows and opportunities for you to come out and show your support. Please take note of the following dates, times, and details as it pertains to your child. Costume and dress attire information is also included.
Kindergarten & 1st “Winter Wonderland” Concert
9:45 am Hanock, Bronner, Bowers*
1:45pm Bowers*, Padilla, Parler
*Ms. Bowers class will perform twice, but parents need only attend once.
2nd & 3rd Recorder concert and play “Elfis and the Sleigh Riders”
Dec. 18, 2013
9:45 am Wertheimer, Coleman, Davis, Moxley, Loftis*
1:45 pm Miller, Gladney, Deprez*, Jones, O’Neil
*switched from original scheduling due to scheduling conflicts
4th &5th Choral Concert at Stuart Hobson Middle School
6:30 pm All 4th/5th grade classes
I have need of a few items to be used for our 2nd grade musical. If you are able to let us borrow (or have) any of the following items it would be greatly appreciated!! PLEASE SEND ALL DONATIONS TO THE MUSIC ROOM. LABEL ANY ITEMS THAT NEED TO BE RETURNED.
Vintage records (any size), a drum set, black blazer jacket for a boy child, any Michael Jackson or Elvis type costume pieces, little girl’s poodle skirt, garland, Christmas lights, a sleigh
Kindergarten/and 1st graders are asked to wear blue jeans and white turtlenecks and or white collared shirt. We will be accessorizing the students with a blue ribbon necktie
Please note students that are scheduled for afternoon performances may prefer to wear a sweater or hoodie over their white shirt to prevent any unforeseen lunch “accidents” or messes.
2nd graders are all asked to wear solid red, green, or white tops along with blue jeans as most students will be portraying the character of “Elf” in our musical. Students are also asked to bring in $2 for the purchase of an Elf hat that will be ordered for the performance. The deadline is Wednesday, November 20, 2013.
3rd graders please plan to wear red shirts and blue jeans. Also, I will be collecting monies for any student who would like to purchase their own recorder. Cost is $7 for a Yamaha soprano recorder from Music & Arts store. Deadline for money is Tuesday, November 26, 2013. I will place the order the following morning to ensure that they arrive before the winter program.
4th/and 5th graders are asked to wear dressy clothes such as slacks, collared shirt, tie, or vest for boys. For girls, please plan to wear a nice dress or skirt. Please no jeans!
Color scheme: black, red, or white.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me via email at email@example.com. Thank you and I look forward to seeing you soon!
- Cluster Canned Food Drives
This holiday season, each campus is hosting a food drive to feed our own Cluster families in need. Please give generously. See details for each campus below.
Peabody is taking donations in the Main Office and will be distributing the baskets to Cluster families.
Contact: Ms.Virginia Turner.
Please bring all donations of non-perishable food items such as canned goods, peanut butter, pasta, beans, etc. to Watkins ES between November 12th – November 25th. Let’s help feed our own hungry families this holiday season, sponsored by Watkins Safety Patrol.
Contact: Ms. Terrie Carraway.
Stuart-HobsonProviding 40 Thanksgiving Baskets to Cluster Families in NeedTuesday, November 12-Friday, November 22ndStudents bring canned goods and place them in their grade level boxes located in the main office. The grade level who donates the most cans will receive a special incentive from Assistant Principal Turner. Students will also participate in a Thanksgiving Basket decorating contest in their advisory classes. A generous donation from After School All Stars will also provide a grocery store gift card for each family receiving a basket. Boxes will be assembled on Monday November 25th and distributed on Tuesday, November 26th. This year’s Thanksgiving Basket program will be the best yet focusing on collaboration and student engagement in serving our community.
- What You Need to Know About Family Game Night & Wine Raffle
Thursday November 7th is CHCS Family Game Night & Wine Raffle at Stuart-Hobson, from 6 pm – 8 pm. This is not just a fundraiser, it’s a fun event with an evening of games from Labyrinth Games & Puzzles. There will be food trucks starting at 6 pm and games for everyone in the family.
BEFORE THE EVENT – WINE
1. For the Wine Raffle, we ask each family to donate one bottle of wine valued at $15 or more – either by purchasing it and dropping it off at a designated location, or by “opting-out” and making a $15 donation (and we will buy the wine for you). Here’s how to do your part to build the wine collection for the wine raffle. We need your wine donation by November 4th.
2. Sell wine raffle tickets, or buy wine raffle tickets ($20 apiece or 3 for $50). Contact Wine Raffle Chair Amy Salunga at firstname.lastname@example.org. See the Wine Raffle page for prize information – Grand Prize is 50 bottles of wine!
YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE PRESENT TO WIN THE WINE!
BEFORE THE EVENT – FAMILY GAME NIGHT
1. Put November 7th at 6 pm on your calendar.
2. Volunteer one hour of your time at the event to learn a new game from Labyrinth staff, and teach it to / play it with a small table of Cluster kids! To volunteer on Family Game Night (trust us, it’s fun and easy), sign-up through our VolunteerSpot link or contact Lona Valmoro at email@example.com.
AT THE EVENT – Family Game Night & Wine Raffle
Grab some food from the food truck! Play games with your kids! Learn a new game and teach it to other kids! And stay to find out if you won some wine.
See you at Family Game Night & Wine Raffle…
LOCATION: Stuart-Hobson Middle School Gym
TIME: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm (Food trucks at 6)
WHY: To raise money for our kids and teachers in the classroom, and build community outside of the classroom. Our goal is to raise 6% of our PTA budget at this event and continue our financial support of important enhancements like Spanish at Peabody, Aides at Watkins, and Math Tutoring at Stuart-Hobson.
AFTER THE EVENT – GAMES GAMES GAMES!
Labyrinth Games & Puzzles will donate 10% of all sales BACK TO THE CLUSTER! Shop for your holiday gifts at Labyrinth, located at 645 Pennsylvania Ave SE, through November 27th.
PTA dollars make a difference in the kind of education we give our kids. This is a great way to have fun and do your part!
- Watkins Wins Award for Gardens from OSSE DC
Thanks to an essay by 5th grader Louise Banks, Watkins won the Best Sustained School Gardens Award on Monday October 21st, 2013, sponsored by OSSE.
A copy of Louise’s essay is included below.
Congratulations to Louise, and to everyone connected to our wonderful gardens, including Barbara Percival, Watkins Master Gardener, and our partners at FRESHFARM Markets.
Essay for Best School Garden Award
Louise Banks, 5th grade, Watkins Elementary School
I am 5th grader from Watkins ES. Imagine yourself walking through
the garden. You can feel the soil under your feet, an important part
of a cycle called decomposition. You can feel the sun smiling, an
important part of the garden called photosynthesis. And the plants!
You could smell that basil from a mile away!! Can you feel that little
flower nestling your feet, waiting to be pollinated? Yes, we have
learned about pollination, too! And who tends to it during the year?
Our amazing gardener Mrs. Percival, parents and us students!
When we go to the garden, there is a ring of benches at one end. We
find a seat, listen to directions, and split into groups, ready to get our hands dirty.
In first grade we learned about the different parts of the plant. In third
grade, we learned all about nutrition, and energy and nutrient dense
foods. In fourth grade, we learned about the Three Sisters, and where
some foods originated. Now, in fifth grade Iʼm so excited to learn more!!!
Watkins has many gardens. In the Childrenʼs Garden, we have logs
to play on, and flowers and bugs to examine. In the Seasons Garden,
we have different plants from each season. In the FoodPrints Garden,
we plant and harvest foods to cook, learn about and eat. We are
always harvesting delicious vegetables and planting new seeds.
I think our garden should win the best school garden award because
our garden is teaching us new things constantly.
- Sharon Draper Visit with the Cluster
Author Sharon Draper is visiting Watkins Elementary School and Stuart-Hobson Middle School on Tuesday November 12th! (Thank you CHCS PTA!)
SH Auditorium: 9:30 – 11:00 am
Watkins Elementary: 1:30 – 3:00 pm
The Cluster is pleased to welcome Author and former teacher Sharon Draper this month. Watkins Librarian Ms. Currie Renwick met Dr. Draper at her previous school in Spartanburg, when Dr.Draper captivated the Middle School students with her talk. A recipient of the National Teacher of the Year Award, Dr. Draper taught junior and senior English for years in Cincinnati, where Cluster parent Danielle Keemer, mom to Mitchell (4th grade) and Mason (2nd grade), was a student of hers.
Sharon Draper will visit with 3-5th graders at Watkins, as well as 6-8th at Stuart-Hobson. The SH students have been busy reading her books.
SH students have read:
6th – Fire From the Rock
7th – Battle of Jericho
8th – Romiette & Julio
1)Tears of a Tiger
2)Forged by Fire
3)Darkness Before Dawn
Fire From the Rock
We Beat the Street
Copper Sun – Won the Corretta Scott King Award
Clubhouse Mysteries (Series)
#1 – The Buried Bones Mystery
#2 – Lost in the Tunnel of Time
#3 – Shadows of Caesar’s Creek
We will be selling books during the events on November 12th, and Dr. Draper will be signing some books. Please be prepared to pay by cash or check.
- It's Healthy Schools Week at Watkins
The upcoming week is Growing Healthy Schools Week in the DC schools!
Watkins will be participating in this weeklong celebration of school gardens and
farm to school program.
The week will kick off with a celebration on Monday, October 21st at Thurgood
Marshall Academy. From 10 – noon local chefs will compete in a cook-off using
produce from school gardens, and the winner of the Best School Garden Award
will be announced. Watkins is in contention for the award, thanks to a wonderful
essay written by 5th grader Louise Banks.
During the rest of the week we have planned a number of activities at Watkins in
and about our school garden:
• We will have four classes in the garden and FoodLab as part of our FoodPrints schedule;
• The hallways will be decorated with posters about the Healthy Schools Act;
• Classes will be brainstorming “Top Ten” lists of ways to make — and keep — Watkins a healthy school for kids and adults;
• A group of students will be going to the FRESHFARM Market by
the White House on Thursday, Oct. 24th to help with a cooking
demonstration and give samples to shoppers
• On Thursday, Oct. 24th FRESHFARM Markets will provide each student with an apple as a snack to celebrate Capitol Crunch Day
- Wine Raffle & Family Game Night is Thursday November 7th
- Watkins Scholars Love First in Math - Incentives!
First in Math Awards
Watkins Elementary School
Primary Champions (1 team overall in grades 1-2): Champions Trophy and Pizza Party (per quarter)
Intermediate Champions (1 team overall in grades 3-5): Champions Trophy and Pizza Party (per quarter)
Overall Players Grades 1-2: 1st Place, 2nd Place, 3rd Place Medallions at Awards Ceremony each quarter.
Overall Players Grades 3-5: 1st Place, 2nd Place, 3rd Place Medallions at Awards Ceremony each quarter.
Teams of the Week/Month: Announced on PA – posted in Cafeteria
Players of the Week/Month: Announced on PA – posted in Cafeteria
Teams of the Day: Announced on PA
Players of the Day: Announced on PA
Milestone Certificates: given by teacher
- Fall Picture Days Announced For Each Campus
Our school has contracted Lifetouch Photography as our official yearbook photographer for the 2013/2014 school year. Lifetouch offers a variety of portrait packages and background styles for your selection. Each student will receive a picture day flyer with payment envelope approximately 1 week prior to picture day.
Stuart-Hobson Picture Day: Tuesday October 22nd
Watkins Picture Day: Tuesday October 29th
Peabody Picture Day: Wednesday October 30th
Scheduled Make-Up Days:
Stuart-Hobson - December 3rd
Watkins - December 4th
Peabody - December 3rd
If your child does not receive this flyer additional copies will be made available in the school office. In the interest of security, check or money order is the payment type recommended. Parents preferring to pay with credit card may prepay on line by visiting MyLifetouch.com. Simply follow the on line instructions for making credit card payments. If cash is your preferred method of payment, please include the exact amount in your payment envelope. Photographers will not be able to open payment envelopes to make change for cash customers. ALL students will need to be photographed for yearbook and administrative purposes, but only those submitting a completed order form to the photographer on picture day will receive a portrait package.
Lifetouch Photography can provide additional information regarding picture day directly to parents and guardians by calling toll free 800-445-1189 Monday through Friday 8:30am – 5:00pm or via e-mail at UCAnswers@Lifetouch.com.
- Watkins Lost and Found
Please Come Find!
LOST and FOUND: The items are located in front of the stage for the convenience of parents and scholars throughout the day. Items that are not claimed by the 15th of each month will be removed and donated to charity.
Items will either be on racks (as pictured) or in large tupperware bins.
- Childcare for Days Off - HoopEd is Fun!
No School, No Problem! October One Day Camps at Stuart Hobson MS!
The “No School” HoopEd All Sports and Games One Day Camps have kicked off for the 2013-1014 school year! We are SUPER pumped to be back in the Capitol Hill community at the amazing facilities of Stuart Hobson MS!
HoopEd provides a childcare service that is safe for the parents and appealing for the kids! We want the beginner athlete, the passionate athlete and the love to just play athlete in the gym with us! HoopEd has all the right skills and the fun games to keep your children busy!
We are ready, ARE YOU?
HoopEd All Sports & Games Camp 11/29/13 @Stuart Hobson MS
Maybe the kids ate too much turkey or you want to hit the sales on Black Friday or maybe you are back to work: No Worries!HoopEd will be in the gym @ Stuart Hobson MS staying active, having fun and making friends!*Donate to our Thanksgiving food drive at camp check-in and receive a $5.00 coupon for your next HoopEd registration.
Times: 9:00am (drop-off as early as 8:30am, FREE) to 3:00pm (AfterCare available until 5:30pm, $10)
Cost: $60 / $70 w/AfterCare
WWW.HOOPEDUCATION.COM TO REGISTER
Past Hoop Ed….
November 11, 2013 - HoopEd All Sports and Games Camp @Stuart Hobson MS
www.hoopeducation.com to Register
Dates: November 11,
Girls and Boys ages 5 to 13 are welcome
Camp runs from 9:00am (drop off can start at 8:30am) to 3:00pm (AfterCare is available until 5:30pm)
Cost: $60 for the day / $70 with AfterCare
- Two Cluster Teachers Win Prestigious Rubenstein Award
The Cluster is thrilled to share that two (yes TWO!!!!) wonderful teachers have been selected to receive a 2013 Rubenstein Award for Highly Effective Teaching! Congratulations to Ms. Dowan McNair-Lee of Stuart-Hobson, and to Ms. Amy Wertheimer of Watkins Elementary School. We are so proud to have you in the Cluster family.
The Rubenstein Award for Highly Effective Teaching is one of the district’s top honors, and the selection process was very competitive this year. DCPS received hundreds of letters from teachers, current and former students, parents, school leaders, colleagues, community members, and others—all attesting to the lasting impact made by the outstanding educators we are fortunate to have at DCPS.
Read more about Ms. McNair-Lee on the DCPS website>>
Read more about Ms. Wertheimer on the DCPS website>>
Ms. McNair Lee and Ms. Wertheimer will be presented with their awards, which include a $5,000 prize, during A Standing Ovation at the Kennedy Center on November 4th. Please congratulate them when you see them.
- Watkins ES Meeting with Councilmember Catania
Councilmember David Catania
Wednesday, October 2
Councilmember David Catania, as Chair of the DC Council Committee on Education, will be visiting Watkins Elementary with the Watkins PTA Working Group. We have invited Councilmember Catania to our school to share with him the great things that are happening at Watkins and to also discuss with him the following:
Watkins’ Phase 1 modernization has been pushed back to FY15.
Details about (current) Modernization Needs and Plans for Watkins in this PDF document.
Per Pupil Funding Equity
Watkins ranks near the bottom of per pupil funding, despite our
large and diverse student population.
Please attend this important meeting to discuss issues that have a significant impact on Watkins’ future and the continued success of our students. If you have specific stories or anecdotes to share about the conditions of the Watkins facility (HVAC, gas leaks, bathrooms, etc), as well as the wonderful programs happening at Watkins (Engineering in Education, Foodprints, Afterschool enrichment, outdoor recreational facilities, etc.) please come prepared to share them. Any member of the Cluster Community (parents, teachers, staff) are invited to come show their support for our elementary school campus.
- Watkins Book Fair October 7 - 11
It’s hard to believe, but it’s already time for the Fall Scholastic Book Fair at Watkins Elementary School.
What: BOOK FAIR
Where: Watkins ES Library, 2nd Floor
When: Monday October 7th through Friday October 11th
8:00 am through 5:00 pm
Find more information on the Scholastic Website>>
Let’s celebrate our love of reading – see you at the Book Fair!
Here is what will be happening at Watkins to support our love of reading:
We will be promoting reading and the book fair with
“You’ve Been Caught Reading” tickets. Administrators and non-classroom
teachers will be giving special tickets to students who are reading
outside the classroom. Each student then will be able to receive a
“golden ticket” that is good for $5.00 towards a book. (The money for
these books comes from the Scholastic Dollars accrued at previous fairs.)
One other contest will be held for 4th and 5th graders. Rick Riordan,
the author of the Percy Jackson series of books, will be speaking at Wilson High
School on October 11. 4th and 5th graders will be invited to write a
letter to Mr. Riordan, explaining why they should get the opportunity to
see him. The writers of the best two letters will each receive 2 tickets
to the event, along with a signed copy of Riordan’s newest book, House of
Hades—hot off the press!
Thanks for all of your support for building a love of reading in each Cluster scholar!
– Currie Renwick, WE School Librarian
- Watkins Spanish Enrichment With Language Stars
Language Stars is expanding from Peabody to Watkins! Get Spanish enrichment for your child after school at Watkins.
Families may enroll online: http://reg125.
imperisoft.com/LanguageStars/ Search/Registration.aspx or just give us a call at 866-557-8277.
WATKINS ES SPANISH FOR K-3RD,
FRIDAYS FROM 3:30-4:30
Oct 4, 2013-May 30, 2014Tuition: $490.00
Level: Early Elementary CurriculumLanguage Stars offers a natural and easy way for children to learn a new language. Our unique FunImmersion® method means 100% foreign language exposure and 100% fun! Our dynamic group learning classes are led by highly trained, native speaking instructors who focus on sentences and phrases, rhythmic chanting, and “echo” techniques to learn and practice the language. Children are exposed to language learning goals each week, while participating in fun, theme-based activities. Class sizes are small, with a maximum of 14 children per group. This allows beginners to benefit from advanced peer role models while more advanced learners build more complex language skills as well as leadership and confidence.
- 10% sibling discount available!
- Walk or Bike to School Day is Wednesday Oct. 9th! Walk or Bike to School Day is Wednesday, October 9, 7:30 am at Lincoln Park
Celebrate our walkable, bikeable, scootable neighborhood together with friends and neighbors! Capitol Hill Walk to School Day is an annual celebration of safe routes to school, a healthy lifestyle, and a cleaner environment.
Join the Capitol Hill Cluster School and the entire Capitol Hill community at Lincoln Park (East Capitol Street & 13th Street NE/SE) starting at 7:30 am. Wear your CHCS t-shirt.
At the event, grab a healthy snack and a free water bottle, get moving with our performers, and hear Ward 6 Councilmember, Tommy Wells speak
Then, at 8:15, join other Cluster families as we walk or bike caravan together to our respective campus.
Thanks to members of the Watkins student safety patrol for helping out at the event!
Learn more about why we walk or bike to school: http://www.
- Vote for Family Foodprints to Win Grant
Help FRESHFARM Markets bring Family FoodPrints back to Watkins this year!FRESHFARM Markets/FoodPrints are finalists for the Ford Community Green Grant that is designed to support non-profit organizations that have sustainable, forward-thinking ideas to improve the environment or quality of life in their local community. Our application is one of five finalists for this award. If selected, this funding would bring back this very popular program for the rest of this school year at Watkins. Family FoodPrints brings parents and children together to learn about nutrition while preparing a delicious dinner from the school’s organic garden and FRESHFARM Markets farmers markets – and sending participants home with lots of recipes. (For the purposes of this grant, the program is referred to as “Cooking Basics.”)Please vote for us by following the link so we can make the “FoodPrints for Families/Cooking Basics” program a reality. YOU CAN VOTE ONCE A DAY UNTIL SUNDAY September 22nd! The winner will be announced at the Green Festival on Sunday afternoon. Click to read more!Also, please join FoodPrints at the Green Festival on the Good Food Stage on Saturday 9/21 and Sunday 9/22 at 2 pm. We will demonstrate two of our most popular recipes and have samples to share! I have left a number of free admission coupons with Ms. Roy in the front office. Please stop by her desk if you would like to come.
- Physical Activity Program Before School
We are pleased to announce the launch of BOKS, a before school physical activity program, at Watkins Elementary School this fall. BOKS prepares children for a day of learning and is an important step in helping children gain an appreciation of the benefits of exercise and healthy choices that will last a lifetime. BOKS was inspired by Dr. John Ratey’s book “Spark”. Dr. Ratey, of Harvard Medical School, states that “exercise is the single most powerful tool that we have to optimize the function of our brains.” Classes are filled with team-oriented games and provide plenty of opportunity for play, since the program focuses on fun!
Typical BOKS Class
• 45 minutes long
• Fun warm-up game or movement drills
• Running activity, relay races, obstacle courses and strength movements
• Fun game
• Cool down and a BOKS Bit- a nutrition component of the program
When is BOKS?
BOKS will run every (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday) morning from 7:15 am to 8:00am. The session starts the week of September 24th, 2013 and ends the week of December 13th, 2013. The BOKS program allows students to participate in breakfast and transition into the classroom .
How do I sign up?
Sign up will begin at Back to School Night, September 11, 2013 at Watkins ES. Approximately 30 children may participate in the session and the participants will be chosen based on a first come first serve basis.
Is there transportation for BOKS?
Parents will be responsible for transporting their children to school. Children who attend a before school program are eligible to enroll and participate.
BOKS is designed to involve the whole community and family. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer please contact Mr. Howard. You can also visit the BOKS website at www.bokskids.org for more program details.
I hope that you will share my enthusiasm for this program and you will, in turn, see a positive impact on your children.
- Watkins Back to School Night Schedule
Back to School Night 2013-2014
Watkins Elementary School
6:00 PM- 7:30PM
Welcome parents and families to back to school night! This year, we have taken care of all housekeeping items and big picture ideas at last week’s Curriculum Nights so that Back to School night can focus on getting to know your child’s teachers, grade level, and the upcoming year’s academic programs. Please check the schedule below to find out where to go based on your child’s grade level. Parents with more than one child should be able to float from grade level to grade level to get any information needed.
First Grade Second Grade Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade 6-6:40PM
- Grade level presentations in Room 112 (Ms. Bower’s room)
- Meet and greet in classrooms
*All classrooms are located on the first floor
- Grade Level Presentation in Library (2nd floor)
- Meet and Greet in Classrooms
*All classrooms are located on the second floor
- Grade Level Presentation in Room 307 (3rd floor)
- Meet and Greet in Classrooms
*All classrooms are located on the third floor
- Classroom presentations
- Meet and greet in classrooms
*All classrooms are located on the third floor
- Classroom presentations
- Meet and greet in classrooms
*All classrooms are located on the fourth floor
- New after school club Language Stars will be located in the first floor hallway 6-7:30PM for sign ups. Please see them for more information or check their website http://www.languagestars.com/
- Meet and greet with the PTA (Parent Teacher Association). Come say hello, and sign up to become a member! (First floor hallway)