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Announcements for 3/10/20

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In partnership with students, families and our community, we challenge all students to achieve excellence, become college and career ready, and make a positive impact in a global society.

 

We will show Pretzel Pride by being Safe, Respectful and Responsible at Carl Sandburg, at all times.

Siempre demostraremos nuestro Pretzel pride siendo cuidadosos, respetuosos, y responsables en nuestra escuela Carl Sandburg 

 

  • Lunch/recess -Be prepared to go outside for recess, but it will still be dependent on the weather.
  • 6th Graders: If you are planning to go to college and are interested in the AVID elective at FMS, please get a green AVID application to complete with your family. They are available in the main office or from Mrs. Hodges. Thank you to the students who have already submitted their applications. 
  • FoR needs your help! FoR is collecting clear plastic bottles.  If you want to help, place your empty bottles in our collection box near the Community Box during lunch!  Have some empties at home? Bring them in and bring to Ms. Wallin, Ms. Wilson, or Mr. Kramer! Thanks - FoR Club 
  • SAIG Groups will begin on Tuesday, March 10.
  • Student Council meeting is Wednesday, March 11th at 3pm in Mr. Kramer’s Room 310
  • Art club is cancelled this week! We will resume next week. 
  • Middle level golf will be starting right after spring break with a parent meeting at FMS at 5:30pm on Tuesday, March 31st. If you are interested, please stop in the office and pick up a schedule sheet.  
  • Attention all boys and girls. Starting on Monday March 16th, you will be able to attend basketball practices at the Carl Sandburg gym designed to increase your skills and abilities. All fifth and sixth grade girls can attend on Mondays and Wednesdays while the fifth and sixth grade boys can attend on Tuesdays and Thursdays. This will run for seven weeks with no practices during spring break. You only have to attend those dates that work for you. Please bring your friends and learn the game of basketball.

 

  • With a couple weeks left until Spring Break, we will be focusing on behaviors that are seen as insubordination and disruptive conduct.  Insubordination is defined as when a student engages in a refusal to follow directions or shows open disrespect to school personnel. Disruptive conduct is when a student engages in behavior that causes a substantial disruption to the learning environment.  Focus on following expectations and being safe, respectful and responsible. 

Today’s lunch: No lunch today

Tomorrow’s breakfast:  Breakfast Bowl or Assorted Cereal