Primary Weekly Newsletter!
April 8-12, 2024

Parent Messages


Family Movie Night – Help support our school by taking your family to see Kung Fu Panda 4 at Maya Cinemas on the evening of Wednesday, April 17th at 5:30pm. (Please forgive the flyer typo!) Tickets are $10 each. The first 20 kids will get a free kids meal. Extra concessions will be available for purchase directly from the theater. We will be selling tickets after school at Pick Up starting Monday the 25th up until Spring Break.


Fantastic Friday – We need volunteers for our Fantastic Friday rotations this week.


Book Fair – We will be having a Scholastic Book Fair April 22-26.  If you are interested in helping at the book fair, sign up for a time slot at this link:

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Family Network Board Annual Ice Cream Social and Elections on Wed 4/24! – Right after school on Wednesday, April 24 at 3PM, ALL families are invited to stay for ice cream at the picnic tables. This is also our Family Network Spring General Meeting, when we vote in our new board members. We would like to have as many people as possible there. Set a reminder and save the date!


Young Author’s Night – On Thursday, April 25th from 5:30-7:00 PM is our version of an Open House called Young Author’s Night.  Families are invited to stop by the classroom so your child can show you the story they wrote and demonstrate their favorite classroom jobs.


Silent Auction Raffle Basket Donations Needed! – Our annual silent auction is back on Friday May 3rd. We are in need of a few more donations for raffle baskets! If you would like to donate to our silent auction, you can help us out by donating items for one of our three themed raffle baskets: Summer, Movies, or Sports. Please bring items you are donating to the office by Friday April 26th.


Walk-a-Thon Packets – All donations must be returned to school in the Walk-a-Thon envelope (or online via your 99Pledges page) by noon on Friday, April 26th in order to earn you raffle entries.   Remember that each grade level (Primary, Elementary, Intermediate and Middle) can earn a Root Beer float party if 60% of students collect donations and a Pizza Party if 70% of students collect donations.

Upcoming Events

April 15-19- No School, Spring Break

April 24 – Ice Cream Social 3 PM

April 25 – Young Authors Night 5:30

May 3 – Silent Auction

May 16 & 17 – School 8:15-11:00


Kindergarten – Reading Eggs 46&47

Mathseeds 30

TK – Reading Eggs 27

Mathseeds 26

Week in Review

Last week we introduced the sounds of ch, sh, and th and sight words: go, by, look.  We used a number line to add and subtract. Students also practiced reading and writing words with -ot.  We have also been reading and writing about places in our community and community workers.  On Friday students used forks to pain tulips, finished their rocket ship craft and drew a fox.

Counselor Connection

As parents and caregivers, we want to do all that we can to protect our children, and we worry about what alcohol may do to their health and well-being. In this guide, we break down the risks of youth drinking, why it appeals to youth and what you can do to protect your child from its harms.            Alcohol: What Families Need to Know to Protect Young People