Even though our work day was rained out yesterday, a number of families still came to help and bring more mulch. Thank you very much to all of the parents who donated mulch (40 bags) and volunteered to help. Don't forget to enter your volunteer hours. Thanks to Ella's (6th grade) mom for pressure washing the stage area yesterday even though it was rainy and cold. We will set up another day soon so we can work towards completing other plans for the area.
This week is the last week of the first semester so students should be sure assignments are up to date. Grades will be posted next week.. We have a few activities scheduled this week -
- Governing Board meeting, 8:00 AM Monday
- Florida Studio Theatre visit to our campus Tuesday afternoon. Kindergarten through fifth grade classes will watch a play in the Reading Garden. Bring a sweater or jacket in case the temperature doesn't get to the predicted 75 degrees. The actors will then work with the students in their classrooms on writing their plays.
- Hearing screenings will be Wednesday and Thursday for 6th graders and students new to Sarasota this year.
- School will be closed for students next Monday for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and Tuesday for Teacher Professional Day. (January 16-17)
Enrollment forms went home last week. Please return them as soon as possible. As part of the lottery process, siblings have preference for open seats. We know there will be 18 openings for kindergarten and 20 openings in 6th grade. There will still be only one class in the elementary progrram (K-5) and two classes at each middle school level.
Have a great week.