Dear Neighborhood School Families,

It’s family conference week.  Twice each year, in November and again in March, we hold family conferences.  In our early childhood classes, it is an opportunity for teachers, together with the child, to talk with the adults in each child’s family about the child’s work and progress in school.  In our upper grades, children lead conferences, speaking about their work alongside teachers and their adults. Conferences will be held Wednesday evening and Thursday afternoon (dismissal is at 11:45 AM).

Please stop by the Library Open House before or after your conference to learn more about the library resources available to you and your child:

  • Audiobooks (families can borrow a license to Tales2Go, our audiobook service)

  • Makerspace/Maker station table

  • Parent Resources

  • Dewey Shelving Game

  • Take a “Selfie with a Book”

  • Snacks

Friday is Fall Family Celebration!  Classes schedule celebrations at various times during the day so that families with siblings in different classes can participate in all celebrations.

Erin/Michelle/Yolanda 11:30 - 12:30

Shaquawn/Dianne/Hughes/Fidelina 11:30 - 12:30

Dara/Cesar 11:45 - 12:30

Catlin/Haydee 11:45 - 12:30

Wanda/Elsie/Lucio 11:30 - 12:30

Chelsea/Shaniqua/Carmen/Lameeka 12:15

Lindsey/Olivia/Mildred 11:50 - 12:40

Caroline/Grace/Edgar 12 - 12:40

Jane 11:45

Matt 11:45

Hannah 8:45 - 9:10

Joanne/Sofia/Liz 8:45 - 9:45

Corinthia/Alexis/Louis Monday, November 19 @ 8:45

Mark Your Calendars:

  • The Grants Committee meets today after drop-off in the small cafeteria.

  • We have our PTA General Meeting Thursday at 8:40 AM in the PTA Room.

  • THURSDAY IS A HALF-DAY for family conferences.  Dismissal is at 11:45 AM.

Pest update:  Over the long weekend, custodial staff continued to seal cracks and holes in classrooms, offices, hallways and any other area that needs closing.  

It finally feels like Fall.  Please make sure your child has all the necessary accessories (hat, scarf, mittens and coat) to stay warm and active; it’s important children come to school prepared to play outside as temperatures drop.   Missing something? Check our “Lost and Found” next to security.




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