Sunday, May 21, 2017
The Correct Message: AM Kindergarten is to come to school Tomorrow, Monday May 22nd until 1:20pm.
PM Kinder stays home.
I'm sorry for the mixed up communication. ~~Mr. Webster
Mandamos una nota y un mensaje contradictorios acerca de qué clase de Kindergarten debe venir a la escuela mañana.
El mensaje correcto: AM Kinder debe venir a la escuela Mañana, lunes 22 de mayo hasta la 1:20 pm.
PM Kinder se queda en casa mañana.
Lo siento por la confusión. ~~ Sr. Webster
Updated Link: http://skyhawktrail.blogspot.com/2017/05/important-dates.html
Thanks to the parents who posted the contradictions on Facebook for us, so we could see our mistakes and fix them.
Friday, May 19, 2017
When: June 10, 2017
Lots of activities for the whole family!
Where: Rotary Park and Whittenberger Park in Caldwell
- Color Run
- Fishing derby
- Kids zone with jump houses, relays, chalk art, and so much more
Where: Sacajawea, Van Buren, and Lewis & Clark Elementary Libraries
When: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
May 30-July 27
Visit anytime from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.
Hands on Science & Art!
Check out great books to read!
Parents and family members are welcome.
Monday, May 22: Early Release at 1:20 for CHS Graduation - AM Kinder Only at School
No school for PM Kinder.
Tuesday, May 23: Field Day - Make sure to put on sunscreen and wear tennis shoes
9:30-11:30 AM Kinder, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade
1:15-3:15 3rd-5th Grade & PM Kinder
Wednesday, May 24: Quarter 4 Awards Assemblies
1:20-2:05 Kinder, 1st & 2nd Grade
2:20-3:05 3rd-5th Grade
Thursday, May 25: Kinder Graduation 9:15-10:00 in the gym
Talent Show 10:45-11:45
Early Release 1:20
Summer Library will be open May 30th-July 27 on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursdays from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm at Sacajawea, Van Buren, and Lewis and Clark Elementary Schools.
Thursday, May 11, 2017
Their inspiration for this project came last November after BPD Officer Kevin Holtry was shot in the line of duty. The students wanted to find a way to show their appreciation for law enforcement and ultimately planned, voted on, and pulled together the breakfast.
Student Council President, Maycee Hurd, prepared a welcoming speech and wrote a "big book" about police officers that she read alongside Representative Shyann. The breakfast was not only an opportunity for students to give "Star Compliments" and letters to officers, but also an opportunity to eat breakfast together, play soccer and get to know our local officers better.
Student Council would also like to extend a huge thank you to all of the sponsors who helped make this breakfast possible:
-Idaho Tractor Inc. (Nampa)
-M & W (Parma)
-Rise & Shine Bakery (Nampa)
-Mr. & Mrs. C