- Crawford-Rodriguez Elementary School
October Principal's Message 2021
Hello Crawford-Rodriguez Wildcat Families,
October is a busy month! Thank you families for attending Back to School Night either in person or by reviewing the information your child’s teacher posted. Your support is very much appreciated and creates a successful home/school connection.
Any important fliers will be sent home on Mondays. The Wildcat Newsletter will outline all important PTN events.
School Picture Day
School pictures are Friday, October 8. Flyers will go home on Monday, October 4. The make-up day for pictures is December 7.
School Assemblies for October
October 6 - Grades 4 and 5: All About Energy
October 18 - Grades 1 and 2: Recycling 101
Week of Respect, Safe Schools Week and Red Ribbon Week
The elementary school counselors planned school spirit days for the Week of Respect, Safe Schools Week and Red Ribbon Week for the month of October.
Week of Respect Activities - Monday October 4 - Friday, October 8
Monday, October 4-- Stomp Out Bullying created World Day of Bullying Prevention Blue Shirt Day. Do your part to stomp out bullying. Wear a BLUE shirt.
Tuesday, October 5-- Follow the Golden Rule- Be respectful! Wear GOLD or YELLOW.
Wednesday, October 6-- We Are Positive! Positive vibes = kindness and respect! Wear a positive vibe/saying shirt.
Thursday, October 7-- Crazy for Kindness- We go crazy for kindness and respect! Crazy Hair Day.
Friday, October 8-- Kindness is Classy! Dress to Impress, it’s Picture Day!
Safe Schools Week Activities - Monday, October 18 - Friday, October 22
Monday, October 18 -- Help Everyone Respect Others – Dress like a Superhero Day - Wear a superhero shirt or dress like your favorite superhero.
Tuesday, October 19 -- Peace, Love, & Happiness - Spread good vibes and promote peace by wearing peace signs or tie dye to school.
Wednesday, October 20 -- Wear ORANGE for Unity Day - Show that we are united for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion.
Thursday, October 21 -- Throw Kindness Around Like Confetti – Wear as many colors as you can.
Friday, October 22 -- United As One - Wear your school apparel or school colors (red, black and gray) to show that we are united to keep our school safe.
Red Ribbon Week Activities - Monday, October 25 - Friday, October 29
Monday, October 25 - Proud to Be Drug Free! - Wear RED to kick off Red Ribbon Week.
Tuesday, October 26 - Team Up Against Drugs! - Wear a team jersey or shirt.
Wednesday, October 27 - Put A Cap on Drugs! - Wear your favorite hat.
Thursday, October 28 - My Future is Bright! No Drugs in Sight! - Wear neon or bright colors.
Friday, October 29 - Scare Drugs Away! - It’s Halloween! Wear your costume!
Parking spaces designated for Handicapped Parking are to be used by those vehicles that have handicapped plates and/or a handicapped tag displayed in their car. Parking in designated handicapped spots without the proper documentation is against the law and is subject to a summons and fine by law enforcement.
Under no circumstances should the handicapped spaces be used for vehicles that do not have the proper documentation.
This includes if you are dropping your child off late to school. When dropping your child off for school late, you must park in the parking lot and walk your child to the main entrance of the school to be signed in by the receptionist.
I want to avoid this becoming a problem for students that are dropped off who require access to handicapped parking spots.
We ask for your cooperation in abiding by the rules. If this becomes a problem, the school reserves the right to contact law enforcement to resolve the issue.