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Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!
We are off to a busy start of the month by celebrating Read Across America in honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday. This is a special time, of the school year, when we celebrate reading. In elementary, this means celebrating our students mastering their foundational reading skills in kindergarten through second grade to become fluent readers by third grade. We started this important celebration with a Green Eggs and Ham breakfast and have continued by wearing crazy socks in honor of Dr. Seuss’ book, Fox in Socks, and by inviting community members to read to our students. In an effort to raise literacy awareness and build community we invite all adults to join our Signal Hill Staff in reading Wild, by Cheryl Strayed during the month of March. Let’s model for our students the importance of being life- long readers.
Next week, many parents will be invited to school for Spring Conferences. This is a very important time for many of our families to meet with teachers to discuss their child’s academic progress. Only those students and families who are notified need to attend.
Thank you for your continued support of our “Less Than Five” attendance goal. Although we did not meet our attendance goal last month, we did improve from the previous school year. Thank you for ensuring that your children are here at school, ready to learn and on time. Beginning this week, individual students with perfect attendance will be recognized with an extended recess filled with fun physical activities.
Some important dates to add to your calendar are the following:
March 9th-13th – Spring Book Fair in the Library
March 20th – Tea with Tammy
March 28th – Saturday Earth Day Celebration/ Family Day in our Garden
I look forward to seeing all of you during this busy month and again, thank you for your generous support with our February, Jog-a-Thon fund-raiser. Nearly $7,000 was raised for our students.
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