Student Education Plan Conferences (SEP's) are an important component of ongoing home–school communication and family involvement in children's education. Our Student Education Plan Conferences will be held on Wednesday, October 3rd, and Thursday, October 4th.
The goal of Red Ribbon Week is to provide an opportunity for students and teachers to talk about some of the dangers and risks that are involved with experimentation and prolonged use of drugs and alcohol.
Listed are some of the activities that we will be involved in Oct. 1st-5th:
On September 21st, 1998 a healthy baby boy was born to Alan and Dayna Hughes. The Hughes' had been married for 15 years, and, unable to have any children of their own, had already adopted two beautiful girls, Lauren and Mallory. But, without warning, Landon died in an unfortunate drowning accident. Dayna and Alan wondered how they could honor their son and keep his memory alive. They decided to set up a special place in their daughters' school library where children could come to read and relax, and where the love of reading and learning would be encouraged.
The Fall Festival was a HUGE success and there was fun to be had by all who attended! The theme of the festival was Dr. Suess's "Oh The Places You'll Go" Bounce houses, game booths, decorations, and food all was themed to a Dr. Suess book. There was a silent auction and also book baskets that parents could bid on.
Families and faculty spent their time playing, bouncing, eating, and visiting. We appreciate the hard work and long hours spent on behalf of the students, especially Mrs. Dani Wright, who is the PTO committee chair over the Fall Festival. It was a great night!
Jodi teaches mathematics, social studies, and science in the fourth grade. She uses balance balls and drum sticks to reinforce mathematics through rhythm and movement and it is a fun instructional approach that produces results. These hands-on materials allow Mrs. McKee to combine physical education activities with the mathematics core standards. The program is called Academic Beats. This program is based on the philosophy that students learn by doing.
One of the best ways for students to get to know each other is by trying out some simple team building games and activities. Mrs. VanLeeuwan and Miss Dolman know how to help their students have fun and get to know each other better while they're at it! Take a peek at some of the fun games 6th grade played on 'Team Building Day.'
What do famous folks such as Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg and Thomas Edison all have in common? They have changed our world and all have been called "nerds"
The world needs more nerds. Nerds, you know, create more jobs and advance science. The student council has chosen to celebrate coming back-to-school by dressing up as "nerds" on Friday, September 21st.
So hitch up those pants, stuff a few pens in those pockets and celebrate a fun day with us...Nerd Day!
Books can take your imagination anywhere it wants to go!! The Mt. Loafer faculty and PTO want the students to understand the value of daily reading.