The PTA, Community Council, and JSSC (teacher/staff team) join together in making decisions that affect the whole school community. We have over 600 families, year-round track schedules, and a focus of “Learning First” to consider in making decisions.
We met five years ago to discuss the Halloween parade and found that there are as many concerns in having a parade as there are in not having one. To be fair, we compromised and decided to have a parade on the days where Halloween landed on a school day. We review these decisions together every year.
This year, the committees also discussed the possibility of having a party when everyone would be on track and it was unanimously decided to schedule a “Harvest Party” on November 24. Since there are always other planned activities for Halloween, we are excited to give every student the opportunity to have a class party just before Thanksgiving break and to see the fun ideas and possibilities for “Harvest Parties” this year!
The Star reading program is designed to help those students who are reading below grade level. We have volunteers come into the school and read one on one with a student. We have several kids that could use our help, but we can’t run our program without volunteers If this is something that you think you could help with we know that it will make a difference in a child’s life.
Here are the days and times that we are going to be running this program:
If you could give one hour a week it would help the Star Reading program succeed. Thank you for your consideration in helping our awesome kids.
Theme:"Check Out Learning at Eagle Bay"
Who can enter: Students in all Grades.
Submit: Your best work on 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of white paper. Put your name and grade on the back.
Limit: One Entry per student
Deadline: November 6, 2015 at 4:00 p.m.. Turn into the office.