The winter season is almost over and springtime is almost upon us! Spring is a time for growth and rejuvenation. We know that our students have grown both academically and socially throughout the year and it’s been wonderful to see their progress. It’s hard to believe that we only have a few more months for the school year to come to a close and we want to recognize our students’ hard work and their growth! Please remind your child of how proud you are of their efforts. This will continue to encourage them to try their best every day. There is still so much learning to do in the next few months!
Even though the spring season is near, unfortunately, the warm air is not here yet. As much as we try to remind them, we are still seeing some children getting off the bus without hats, gloves, or sometimes even coats! Please remind your child (children) to always dress appropriately for the weather. There are still very cold days and we’ve even seen students in flip flops on even our snowy days.
If you attended our March 4th Parent/Teacher Conference, we want to thank you. By now you have had an opportunity to review both the November and February report cards for your child. If you haven’t already done so, we encourage you to schedule a time to meet with your child’s teacher as soon as possible to discuss their progress. Please contact the school at 585-271-4583 to set up an appointment to speak with your child’s teacher.
We are excited to share that on March 7, 2014 we opened our classroom to outside guest readers. Some of these guests included local sport stars, college professors, and authors, as well as our own personnel from the City School District. Teachers and students Suess-ified their classrooms to celebrate Theodor Geisel, also known as Dr. Seuss! Our Students are always thrilled to have an adult read to them, especially when it is someone special. There is no one more special in your child’s life than YOU! We always encourage students to read every day. Regardless of their age, we encourage you to read with your child for at least half hour a day – a little reading goes a long way and although they may not say it often, our students appreciate it!
As always, we appreciate your support to our school and we hope that you stay as warm as possible for the remaining winter days. We are all welcoming the warmer brighter days that are to come! Please remember to visit our website and if you have any questions feel free to call our school.
Picture Of The Week
This week's picture stars a volunteer reading
to Mrs. Quinones' Sixth Grade Class on our first annual
Read Across Pinnacle School Day!