1 BULLDOG NEWS ROCKCREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SUMMER 2013 PRINCIPAL S CORNER I hope you are all enjoying your summer. It was such an exciting year at Rockcreek and it s hard to believe we are now preparing for I am very proud of the year we had due to the hard work of the teachers, staff, students, and parents! As summer is in full swing, here are some suggestions to keep your child active and engaged: Find a sport or activity that your child can do on a regular basis. It doesn t have to be an organized sport, but something physical. It is good for your child s body and brain to keep active. Limit you child s TV-watching or video games during the summer so that he/she keeps active outside. Get involved with the public library! Read, Read, Read to your child or with your child. The best activity you can do with your child to keep them on target is read as often as possible. Utilize your child s RAZ kids or ALEKS accounts if they have them from the school year. These programs are individualized to meet your child s needs. Please make sure that any computer in your house is in a common area in your home, that your child is never unsupervised, that you have an internet content filter. All internet browsers have a built-in filer you can activate and then password protect. The internet is a wonderful learning tool, but it is important to keep content filters in place. As we prepare for next year, this is just a reminder that our open house will be Thursday, August 1st from 5:30-6:30pm. At this time, your child will find out their classroom teacher for the year. The purpose of waiting until closer to the beginning of the school year is often times numbers fluctuate and classrooms change due to the size of our school. We don t want students to spend all summer preparing for a certain classroom or classmates and then change it at the last minute. I appreciate your understanding with this process. Our teachers for next year will be as follows: Kindergarten: Mrs. Boezeman and Mrs. Glick 1st grade: Mrs. Wallace and Mrs. Bedel 2nd grade: Miss Crone and Mrs. Hill 3rd Grade: Mrs. Stamper and Mrs. Giggy 4th Grade: Mr. Rankin, Mrs. Elsbury, and Mrs. Goodin 5th Grade: Miss Houghtelin and Miss Glusak 6th Grade: Mrs. Parker and Mrs. Ginder Enjoy the remainder of your summer! Please feel free to call or come by if you have any questions or concerns! Mrs. Jessica Poe (812)
4 BCSC FREE/REDUCED MEAL ELIGIBILITY APPLICATION OPEN HOUSE THIS OPEN HOUSE IS FOR ANYONE INTER- ESTED IN APPLYING EARLY FOR FREE/ REDUCED MEALS/TEXTBOOKS FOR SCHOOL YEAR FOUNDATION FOR YOUTH MULTIPURPOSE ROOM JULY 31, :00PM-7:00PM FORMS AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH & SPANISH *GUARDIAN MUST BE PRESENT* ESL STAFF AND FOOD SERVICE STAFF AVAILABLE TO ASSIST WITH FORM COMPLETION.
5 BCSC ENCUENTRO SOBRE LA DETERMINACIÓN DE ELEGI- BILIDAD PARA RECIBIR COMIDAS GRATUITAS O A UN PRECIO REDUCIDO EL PROPÓSITO DE ESTE ENCUENTRO ES PARA CUAL- QUIER PERSONA QUE LE INTERESA SOLICITAR ASIS- TENCIA CON LOS LIBROS DE TEXTO, COMIDAS GRATUI- TAS O A UN PRECIO REDUCIDO PARA EL CICLO ESCO- LAR FOUNDATION FOR YOUTH FECHA: 31 DE JULIO, 2013 HORA: 5:00PM-7:00PM SOLICITUDES DISPONIBLES EN INGLÉS Y ESPAÑOL SE ENCONTRARÁN REPRESENTATIVOS DISPONIBLES DEL PER- SONAL DE LA OFICINA DE INGLÉS COMO SEGUNDO IDIOMA Y TAMBIÉN DEL DEPARTAMENTO DE SERVICIOS ALIMENTICIOS PARA AYUDARLE A LLENAR EL FORMULARIO.
6 PROGRAMA DE ALIMENTACIÓN PARA EL VERANO 2013 Oigan niños les encanta la diversión? Les gusta juntarse con los amigos? Les gusta la comida? Vengan a comer lonche con sus amigos este verano! Es absolutamente gratis y totalmente divertido! El distrito escolar de BCSC está participando en el Programa de Alimentación para el verano. Habrá comidas gratis disponibles para todas las personas de 18 años de edad y menores. Se proporcionarán comidas gratis libres de costos que serán iguales para todos los niños y adolescentes hasta los 18 años sin distinción alguna de raza, color, origen nacional, sexo, edad o cualquier clase de incapacidad. 3 DE JUNIO-26 DE JULIO EN LA FUNDACIÓN PARA JÓVENES SE SIRVE EL DESAYUNO A LAS 7:30AM; EL LONCHE A LAS 11:00AM CERRADA 4 DE JULIO 5 DE JUNIO-26 DE JULIO EN EL PARQUE DE LA CALLE 9 & EL PARQUE DE LA CALLE PENCE LONCHE SOLAMENTE A LA 1:15PM CERRADA 21 DE JUNIO; 28 DE JUNIO; 4 DE JULIO; 5 DE JULIO; 19 DE JULIO 5 DE JUNIO-25 DE JUNIO EN LA ESCUELA SECUNDARIA CENTRAL 8 DE JULIO-19 DE JULIO DESAYUNO A LAS 7:30AM; LONCHE A LAS 11:00AM 8 DE JULIO-19 DE JULIO EN LAS ESCUELAS DE LINCOLN; SMITH; TAYLORSVILLE; SCHMITT; & MT HEALTHY DESAYUNO A LAS 7:30AM; LONCHE A LAS 11:30AM EL HORARIO ESTÁ SUJETO A CAMBIOS ESTA INSTITUCIÓN ES UN EMPLEADOR CON IGUALDAD DE OPORTUNIDADES DE EMPLEO La misión del Departamento de Servicio Alimenticio de BCSC es proporcionar comidas nutritivas de alta calidad que son económicamente factibles y que les brindan a los alumnos alternativas saludables con el fin de animarlos a desempeñar un estilo de vida positivo.
7 2013 SUMMER FEEDING PROGRAM Hey kids do you like fun? Do you like friends? Do you like food? Come eat lunch with your friends this summer! It s free and fun! BCSC is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Free meals will be made available to all children 18 years of age and under. Meals are provided free of charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. JUNE 3-JULY 26 FOUNDATION FOR YOUTH BREAKFAST 7:30AM; LUNCH 11:00AM closed July 4 JUNE 5-JULY 26 9 TH STREET PARK & PENCE STREET PARK LUNCH ONLY 1:15PM FIELD TRIPS TUES & Thursday Closed June 21, 28, July 4,5,19 JUNE 5-JUNE 25 CENTRAL MIDDLE SCHOOL JULY 8-19 BREAKFAST 7:30AM; LUNCH 10:15am JULY 8-JULY 19 LINCOLN; SMITH; TAYLORSVILLE; SCHMITT, MT HEALTHY BFAST 7:30AM; LUNCH 11:30AM Adult meals available for purchase $3.00 lunch TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE THIS INSTITUTION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER The mission of the BCSC Food Service Department is to provide nutritious, high quality, cost effective, appealing meals & nutrition education so students can achieve their full academic potential and learn to make healthy choices.
11 Keep Reading! The Rockcreek Library staff encourages parents to keep your students reading this summer. Cereal boxes, road signs, game instructions, comics, recipes, books - - all reading helps keep skills sharp. While students are not restricted by AR levels during the summer, if you want to know the level of a book your child chooses, visit for information. Shop yard sales for inexpensive books, swap books with friends and relatives, or borrow books from the public library and keep reading! Have a great summer!
August 03 independent School District Alief ISD ready to kickoff the new school year! in This issue registration Times and Dates Page minimum Vaccination requirements Page 3 registration for After School
Student/Parent Handbook 2014 2015 Grady A. Brown Elementary Student/Parent Handbook Table of Contents Belief and Mission Statement Vision School Day 1-2 After School Programs 1 Visitors/Volunteers 1 Emergency
Springfield Parent Academy Educate, Motivate, And Engage For Success! 2013-2014 Course Catalogue Cursos disponibles en Español SpringfieldParentAcademy.com Find Us on Facebook & YouTube Table of contents
PAPSHandbook_10_11_FINAL:Layout 1 1/20/2011 1:19 PM Page 1 W elcome to the Perth Amboy Public Schools District Handbook. The District Handbook is designed to provide students, parents and other members
East High PTSA COMMUNIQUE East High School s Communiqué is a cooperative publication of the PTSA and the Administration May-June2015 FIND THE COMMUNIQUE AT: HTTP://EAST.SLCSCHOOLS.ORG/ NO MORE LATE START
this week wednesday to wednesday November 12-19 TODAY LAST DAY to buy COMEDY NIGHT tickets - mckinleyevents.com Thurs. 11/13 8:45am TK/K Forum - Auditorium Fri. 11/14 LAST DAY to bid in the online auction
PART II: ACTIVITY PACKETS Needs Assessment and Learner Self-Evaluation The assessment of literacy needs from the learner s perspective is an important part of an instructional program. Learners come to
November 2013 Daniel Morgan Middle School Daniel Morgan Middle School 48 S Purcell Avenue Winchester, VA 22601 Phone, 540-667-7171 Fax, 540-723-8897 Inside this issue: Calendar 2 A note from the principal
INTERAMERICAN CAMPUS FALL 2015 COURSE SCHEDULE FALL in love with learning. Classes Available at 8 MDC Locations Visit our website to see the schedules. www.mdc.edu/ce Look Inside... The Language Center...
How to Use This Health Literacy/ESL Curriculum Overview The curriculum is organized into12 units that include step-by-step instructions on how to teach the educational sessions to community members. Each
S D Issue Date: 7/24/15 Frequency: 3x/Year Issue #: 2-Summer Communicator www.sdrc.org R C San Diego Regional Center A Service of San Diego-Imperial Counties Developmental Services Inc, 4355 Ruffin Road,
08 July 2014 WELCOME LETTER FOR PARENTS OF PUPILS JOINING IN SEPTEMBER 2014 Dear Parents, I am writing to say how much my staff and I are looking forward to welcoming you and your children to the school
Dear Waldo Families, Welcome to a new school year, in a new school, with new adventures waiting. We are so excited to have you as part of the Waldo Mustang community! The enclosed packet of information
Pendergast Elementary School District Newsletter Fall 2014 Superintendent s Message It is my honor and privilege to serve as your new Superintendent. We are all Bee -lievers in Pendergast! Dear Pendergast
Clinton Elementary School STUDENT HANDBOOK 2013 2014 C omitted to Excellence for all Students This agenda belongs to: Name Address City / Town Zip Code Phone The Clinton Public Schools is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
McFADDEN INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 2701 S. Raitt Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 435-3700 2011-2012 STUDENT AGENDA This agenda belongs to: Name Grade ID # Address City State Zip STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO USE
Received: Data Entered: For Office Use Only Tutor: Subject: Date Called: Msg: Initial: Tutor Request Form (Forma de Peticion en Tutoría) Instructions: Please read and complete every page (front and back)
Extraordinary Learning for All 7150 N. 22 nd Street Phoenix, AZ 85020 Phone: 602-664-7800 Fax: 602-664-7899 Attendance: 602-664-7820 Health Office: 602-664-7820 March 14, 2014 SPRING BREAK March 17th March
Connecticut Home Care Program for Elders Can Home Care Help You? Programa de Cuidado en el Hogar para los Envejecientes en Connecticut Puede ayudarle a usted los cuidados en su casa? ALTERNATE CARE UNIT
Making the Leap to Great Nutrition Elizabeth Board of Education (Board Member pics) Carlos Trujillo, President Marie Lynn Munn, Vice President Pastor Raúl Burgos Elcy Castillo-Ospina Armando Da Silva John
MILLBRAE SCHOOL DISTRICT 2015-2016 STUDENT REGISTRATION Registration Period: January 15, 2015 February 20, 2015 All forms must be complete. All forms must be signed and initialed. All completed forms must
ADVOCATES QUICKLY SEEN AS NEEDED TOOL ABOGADOS RÁPIDAMENTE VISTOS COMO HERRAMIENTA NECESARIA Migrant Students Heroes in Overcoming Obstacles Migrant students face obstacles that most of their classmates
Off the Shelf Sección en Español en las paginas 10-12 The newsletter of the Montrose Regional Library District Summer 2012 by Janet Oslund All children from birth through 5th grade are invited to participate
Houston Independent School District Title I, Part A Parental Involvement Policy 2014 2015 Houston Independent School District will implement the following No Child Left Behind requirements: 1. HISD with
2011-12 Parent Rights and Responsibilities TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Page Key to Code and Regulation Section Abbreviations 01 Notification Changes for 2011-2012 02 Summary of Notifications 03 Index by Title