Principal's Message


Mrs. Tinna Croy, Pk-4 Principal

I hope you all are staying warm!!! Please stay tuned to the radio and sign up for the district's text alerts to stay upon the latest news on school closings. Please make sure you are familiar with our procedures for early outs!! Please continue to save and send in BoxTops with your students. This money goes to purchase equipment and supplies for our school. We have just returned to school and we are already thinking about parent/teacher conferences. Third quarter conferences are scheduled for February 7th. The forms will be sent home the last week in January so please look for those in your child's backpack. This time of year can be both exciting and stressful as well as germy! Visiting family and friends along with the weather getting colder and more unpredictable can lead to sickness. Take care of yourselves and the kiddos and make sure to get enough rest. I have included information from our school nurse on the "For Parents" link at the top of this page.

Reading is one of the best strategies a parent can do at home to assist their child in school. Not only are you putting text in front of them but you are also modeling what a reader does. If you stumble over a word, go back and reread it. If something was funny or sad, express that emotion. Children love to interact with adults and books are a great way to build their confidence in themselves. Reading together creates a bond!! Just 20 minutes a night can make a huge impact on your child's education.

  • According to our elementary handbook, fast food for lunch is discouraged.  Our district wellness policy only gives allowance for our Halloween and Valentine parties.  So please save the picnics for after school and the weekends.

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