Have a wonderful Labor Day weekend everyone! Thank you for a wonderful first week of school! Don’t forget to join us for our Back to School Picnic on Tuesday, September 3!
Please join us for a meet and greet in the cafeteria tomorrow at 9 am! See you there!
Congratulations to Ms. Fleming on her marriage. Her name is now Mrs. Nosewicz (No-sa-vich). If you see your student assigned to her class, it is still the same amazing Disney loving teacher with a new name.
Again, classroom assignments will be posted no earlier than Friday at 5 pm
We can’t wait to see you on Monday! Enjoy the weekend!!
Families, please remember that traffic is one way in front of the school. There is no parking on York during drop off and pick up times. If you would like to see your child to school on the first day, please utilize the side streets surrounding the school. For drop off and pick up, please remember to come one way on York going southbound unless you are using Lawrence.
We will continue the same procedures as last year. A more detailed description and map are attached in the letter below.
We are so excited to welcome our new Kindergarten class to our Howard family! Below are a few reminders for all Kindergarten families.
We will be holding Jump Start for all incoming Kindergarten students on
Monday, August 19 and Tuesday August 20 from 9 am – 12 pm.
Please have students arrive at the Kindergarten doors (closest to the park on the school’s south side) at 8:50 am. These two days are a great opportunity for the students to meet our staff and participate in art, music, and physical education activities as well. Make sure to send your student with a snack as they will practice how to eat in the cafeteria as well.
Please see the attached flyer for additional information.
I hope that you are all enjoying a great summer. Students remember your promise…A minimum of 20 minutes of reading everyday. Now, you can even log your reading minutes for a good cause. Just follow the link below and you can put in your minutes to help Save the Children reach their reading goal.
Also, are you practicing your math skills? If you visit www.mathplayground.com you can play games to keep your math mind working. I just played Alien Addition and got a score of 30 per minute. Who can beat it? Make sure you check out the other games on there too!!
Remember, our brain is like a muscle, it needs a good workout to stay strong!
Thank you for a wonderful year.