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Wash Oct 2011

Wash Oct 2011

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Washington Elementary Newsletter, October 2011
Washington Elementary Newsletter, October 2011

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Published by: Kelly Simmons Schloss on Sep 24, 2011
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 Kindergarten welcomes Mrs. Travers each Thursday morning to read a new book to the class. Mrs.Travers volunteers at Washington Elementary each Thursday just because she loves reading children's books. We can't wait to see what Mrs. Travers will read next!The Okay figure Kurdistan okay I okay Imay go to Des Moines yes not really good taxes and bills giving Ari Carr no
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You’re invited! Our annual Pastriesfor Parents event will be held onFriday, October 14 starting at 7:30 AMin the Washington Gymnasium.Donuts, coffee, milk and juice will beserved. There is no cost for this event.Please come with your children, meetthe teachers, and enjoy a Fridaymorning at school.
 
Washington
 
Elementary
 
October 2011 Kelly Schloss, Elementary Principal
Pastries for Parents
The new security system has now been installed atour building. Cameras have been placed in severallocations outside, which can be viewed in theoffice. At the main entrance on the north side, andthe entrance on the east side where car riderss enter and exit, visitors will find a silver box with adoorbell-styled button that they can press to buzzthe office. We can remotely open those two doorsfrom the office. All students have practiced pressingthe button and having the doors unlocked, so thatthey will know what to do if they ever findthemselves locked out of the building.
New SecuritySystem
Our annual fundraiser was a hugesuccess again this year. Students soldover $19,000 in products. The fundraiser delivery will be held on Thursday,October 20 from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM.Thank you to students and families for all their hard work. Our fundraiser supports student activities, classroommaterials, technology, and equipmentthat enhances learning.
Fall Readin Incentive
Twice each year elementary students participate ina reading incentive program. The reading incentivelasts four weeks. It is designed by teachers andassociates. Our kickoff assembly was held onSeptember 26
th
. Over the next four weeks, studentswill be asked to keep reading logs of the minutesthat they read, or that others read to them. Theywill turn in their reading logs each week to earnprizes. The final day of the reading incentive will be on Friday, October 21
st
. Our celebration will beheld at Jefferson County Park on Monday, October 24
th
. If you have questions, feel free to contact your child’s teacher. Happy reading!
Kindergarten welcomes Mrs. Travers each Thursday morning to read anew book to the class. Mrs. Travers volunteers at WashingtonElementary each Thursday just because she loves reading children's books. We can't wait to see what Mrs. Travers will read next!

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