Please do not hesitate to email me with any questions or concerns you may have. My email address is: firstname.lastname@example.orgSAVE THE DATES:Book Fair: October 13th @ 10:30School Picture Day October 21stFall Harvest Party 10/28 1:30-2:30School Closed: November 10th-11thLunch:11:25-11:55Specials:12:15-12:55
If you are in my homeroom Room 6 and Homeroom 7, parents please join our Remind Text System.
- Please make sure to label everything that comes in, from water bottles to even sweatshirt/jackets.
- Children are to bring a CHARGED chromebook to school everyday. Please make sure these are fully charged before coming to school each morning
- Water bottles are allowed in class. There will be a special place for students to store.
Birthday Party PolicyBirthdays will be celebrated at lunchtime in the cafeteria. To be sensitive to allergy concerns, non-edible items (e.g. toys, stickers, pencils) are strongly encouraged for these celebrations so that all children can participate in the celebration.If you choose to send in a snack, consider a healthy snack. Also please note that all items sent must be in individually wrapped, pre-packaged portions so that the child can easily distribute to classmates. Ice-cream cakes and whole cakes cannot be accommodated by the food service staff. You can deliver your item and/or treat to the receptionist or send it with the birthday child. Visitors are not permitted in the cafeteria. Birthday and/or Party invitations are not handed out in school, under any circumstances. However, parents are invited to join the class “party list” which will be distributed to parents that join the list.
Topic 2: Addition and Subtraction of Decimals
Unit 1- States of Matter (beginning Mid October)
Unit 1: The Early Europeans
Our school is working towards to being a more caring and respectful environment. The philosophy is simple and is this- imagine everyone is born with an invisible bucket. The bucket represents a person's mental and emotional health. You can't see the bucket, but it's there and it is our responsibility to fill that bucket. When you say nice things, show respect, act in kindness, you are filling each other's buckets and, in turn, filling your OWN bucket.
Switlik Elementary School is working towards keeping our buckets full EVERY DAY, thus resulting in individuals who feel healthy mentally, emotionally, and socially.
Lunch is scheduled from 11:25-11:55
It is recommended to have a bag lunch each day. If a student plans to purchase lunch, we suggest have the money loaded onto the lunch account.