Tuesday, May 24, 2016

End of the Year Information and next year

May 25, 2016
Dear Parents,

As the year comes to a close, I wanted to update you on some dates and decisions that have been made concerning next year.

Lately, our student enrollment has been unstable and very unpredictable for next year.  We have many factors that come into play when we are trying to plan classes and events for next year.  Because of these factors our class/ teacher assignments are unstable, so we have decided to cancel “Meet the Teacher” on June 2nd.  We will send out class/teacher assignments in mid July.

We have also decided to NOT have “Get to Know You/ Assessment days on August 8th and 9th for grades 1st-6th.  These grade levels will begin their FIRST DAY of school on MONDAY, AUGUST 8th.  We will have our traditional flag raising ceremony to begin the school year.
We will all meet on the playground in our classroom lines on Monday morning for the 8:40 ceremony.

Kindergarten parents: Please look for specific information about the first days of kindergarten from your teachers.

On Thursday August 4th, we will have an opportunity for students to drop off classroom supplies and see their classrooms prior to the first day of school.  Classrooms will be open for students to drop off supplies between 2:00 pm and 3:00 pm.  Teachers will be in their classroom setting up so they can help the students organize their supplies.

Wednesday August 24, 2016 PCE will host a Back to School Community night.  Please look for more details as we get closer to August.

I know that this is a lot of information and we will communicate this again as we get closer to the new school year.

Important Dates:

June 2nd Meet the Teacher has been cancelled.                 
August 4th – Drop off supplies 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
August 8th First day of school for Grades 1st – 6th
August 8th Flag Raising Ceremony 8:40
August 8th and 9th Assessment Days for Kindergarten (sign up to follow in July)
August 24th Back to School Community Night.


Carrie Rotherham

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