Principal Crowl's Latest Newsletter

Mrs. Crowl

Cherry Valley News      

 February   2020
Dates To Remember:

 
  • February 5th, 12th,  and 26th : Early Release (2:40 Dismissal)
  • February 19th: Half-Day 11:45 Release
  • February 28th:  NO SCHOOL due to Divisional BB Tournament
    2nd Quarter Report Cards

Your child’s 2nd Quarter Report Card is being sent home today  in their Red Tuesday Folder!! If you have any questions about your child’s progress, please contact their teacher to schedule a parent/teacher conference.

 

100 Days of School!!!

On February 10th we will celebrate 100 days of school! Teachers and classrooms will be celebrating in their own fun and various ways sometime that week.  

 

Valentine’s Day Celebration

Valentine’s Day is coming soon!  Different classrooms will choose how they want to celebrate, so check the teachers’ newsletters for more info on what your students’ class has planned for February 14th!

      

Attendance

Attendance is crucial to student success in school.  Please make sure your child is here “Every Day, On Time!”  Unless your child is sick, they need to be here! 

 

BREAKFAST IS SERVED DAILY!!

 

If your child  needs to eat breakfast, please have them here between 8:00 and 8:20! Thanks!

 

NO SCHOOL on February 28th

There will be no school on Friday, February 28th for the Divisional Basketball Tournament.  I hope everyone enjoys the 3-day weekend!

 

Please Keep Toys at Home

Toys at school are becoming a problem during recess here at Cherry Valley. Students are bringing very large and expensive toys to school, which are at risk of being lost or stolen. Other students are packing small suitcases full of toys (i.e. dolls, trucks, electronics, blankets, pillows) to play with out on the playground. PLEASE KEEP THESE TOYS AT HOME.  We do allow soccer and footballs, jump ropes, Frisbees or other outside toys to be brought from home and played with during recess.  For additional information, please refer to the Toys at School Policy, in the 2019-20 Cherry Valley Handbook. Thank you so much for helping us with this issue.