SHARK CELEBRATIONMarch’s Shark Celebration included students participating in watching a movie and being allowed to bring their own snacks. It was a relaxing way to end a hectic week and jumpstart the spring break.
Also on April 1, dog tags and certificates were awarded to students who have been 100 pointers for six months. What a great accomplishment! CONGRATULATIONS!!
K– Eryc Arrevalo, Brayden Bradley, Weston Harlan, Brandon Mangruem, Brayden Matsko, Clayton Shinkey, Braydon Farrell
1– Addison Yacko, Reese Reinhold, Maddan McCloskey, Will Heider, Deken Clift, Abby Galvan, Isabella Robart
2– Emilee Brenbarger, Ella Chalkey, Hadley Lowe, Mason Spellious, Ebony Brown, Brian Delara
3– Jordan Kayes, Kaddie Emm, Rylie Thomas
4– Abby Calderon, Giovanni Guitierrez, Daniel Koval, Anthony Dominic, Layla Carter, Danielle Giacinto, Isabella Wood, Bridget McGurk, Zander McCloskey
Thank you for your help with the FANNIE MAY fundraiser! The PTO profits were approximately $7,500. PTO funds are spent on student activities such as Shark Celebrations, end of the year picnics, school/classroom needs, and equipment. Students and families tend to like the Fannie May fundraise due to the incentives. This year, 57 student were in the cash drawing—$283 dollars were given out in total. Twenty-seven students were able to participate and win money in the cash machine.
For the safety of all students and the animals, PLEASE do not bring your dog when you walk to school to drop off or pick up your child. THANKS!
PARCCThank you for getting your children here on time for the PARCC testing! We are extremely proud of our students for trying so hard during the tests. They were very impressive. For more information, try:
www.parcconline.org. OR http://www.isbe.net/assessment/parcc.htm
If you have any safety, disciplinary, or general improvement suggestions for Sherman, please feel free to attend the monthly PTO meetings to share your ideas. Meetings are usually held the first Tuesday of every month at 5:30. However, due to the spring break, the date was changed for this month to 4/12 @ 5:30.
AM PROCEDURES: Just a reminder that school doors open at 8:30. There is no supervision before that time. More students will be walking to school. Please remind them of safety procedures when crossing streets and dealing with strangers!
RECESS: Students will be playing outside most of the time for recess. It is important that they wear comfortable clothes and shoes that allow for active play. We would prefer that students do not wear flip flops if possible. Also, Please encourage children to be safe and respectful to others. Students will lose recess privileges for inappropriate behaviors.