encourage the members of your family to do thesame.The POWER ANNOUNCEMENT RapidNotification (via the phone) will be used in theevent that school is cancelled, started late, ordismissed early; so please be mindful of this meansof communication. Also, please turn on thetelevision (KMTV, WOW, KETV, FOX 42) or theradio (WOW 94.1 FM, KNOD 105.3 FM, KMA960 AM, KFAB 1100 AM) and watch or listen forthe announcement as a backup.Make sure that your kids are ready for coldweather
especially if they are exposed to theelements while waiting for the bus. If a situationexists whereby you cannot dress your childappropriately, then call the school and we will beglad to help. It especially hurts to see little kids thatare underdressed during the winter months. Hats,gloves, boots, coats are a must---please send yourkids out of the house ready for winter.
BUNDLE KIDS UP-PLEASE SEMD THEM TOSCHOOL PREPARED FORCOLD WEATHER
6 of Life’s Puzzlers
. . . excerpts from thebook,
“WOODEN, A Lifetime of Observations andReflections . . .”
Why is it easier to criticize than tocompliment?
Why is it easier to give others blame than togive them credit?
Why is it that so many who are quick tomake suggestions find it so difficult to makedecisions?
Why can’t we realize that it only weakens
those we want to help when we do things forthem that they should do for themselves?
Why is it so much easier to allow emotionsrather than reason to control our decisions?
Why does a person with the least to sayusually take the longest to say it?
of Life’s Puzzlers
. . .
(Samesource as above)
Why is it so difficult to realize that othersare more likely to listen to us if first welisten to them?
Why is it so much easier to be negative thanpositive?
Why is it so difficult to motivate ourselveswhen we know that results come onlythrough motivation?
Why is it so difficult to say thank you tosomeone when those are two of our ownfavorite words to hear?
Why do we dread adversity when we knowthat facing it is the only way to becomestronger, smarter, and better?
Have a Blessed Holiday Season! Enjoy your Family, Friends, and the Festivities!
From the Principal’s Desk
… Angie Huseman
iving at one goal isthe starting point to
Perhaps it is appropriate that I begin thisnewsletter, the last one of the year and the last onebefore semester tests, with a reminder of goodintentions. We all have them; the end of the year,however, seems to be the time when we think more