PARENT INPUT 2018/2019 SCHOOL YEAR: CURRENT 3RD GRADE FAMILIES
This is your opportunity to share your thoughts regarding your child as we begin the placement process for the 2018/2019 school year. Many factors are taken into account when creating classroom assignments. Our primary concern is creating well-balanced classrooms that create optimal learning opportunities for all children.
This is NOT an opportunity to choose your child's teacher for the upcoming school year. This is, however, an opportunity for you to provide us with information about your child so we may make every effort to appropriately place your child where he or she will have the greatest success.
This form will be available ONLY until June 1, 2018.
If you have questions, please don't hesitate to contact Laura Washington at firstname.lastname@example.org
Harvest Food Service Hot Breakfast!
When: 8:30a.m. – 8:45a.m.
Price: $1.70 (includes main entrée, fresh fruit, cheese stick and milk / juice). **Breakfast starts at 8:30a.m. and not 8:15a.m.. We apologize for this error in the flyer.
Entrees every week:
Monday: Breakfast Pizza
Tuesday: Sausage, Biscuits & Gravy
Wednesday: Pancakes & Sausage
Thursday: Warm Donut with Icing
Friday: Ham & Scrambled Eggs
Please make note of the Harvest Telephone Number
If you search for our phone number online you will be given an outdated number.
We need volunteers!
FROM THE OFFICE
The office would like to have ALL students keep a spare set of changing clothes (shirt, pant, socks, underwear) stored in their locker in case of an accident where the student needs to change. This will help with not having to make calls to home! Thanks for your cooperation.
Meet Mrs. Rosen-Leacher!
I am in my 22st year in education. I have served children, staff, and families as an at-risk instructor, classroom teacher, assessment coordinator, curriculum director, assistant superintendent and in my current role as building principal. I have had many diverse experiences in education throughout my career and outside of the time I spent in the classroom, my greatest joy has been serving as a school principal. Being a school principal allows me to utilize my strengths, particularly working with staff and children so each reaches their highest potential.
Leadership is making the right decisions in the face of difficult challenges always keeping in mind that children are the center of everything we do. It is learning the story of those that I work the most closely with to build relationships that allows us to do the work of improving student achievement.