Posted 01/20/2020 11:38PM
PTA presents Western Dance Night on Friday, February 7th from 6:30pm-8:30pm. Buy your pre-sale ticket(s) by Wednesday, February 5th. Pre-sale ticket(s) will be distributed at the DANCE. With your ticket, you can enter a chance to win a raffle basket. PRE-SALE TICKET is $5/PERSON. $10/PERSON AT THE DOOR. (KIDS UNDER 5 YEARS OLD ARE FREE.) Come join us for our 2nd Annual Dance Night. Parents and students are invited to join us for a fun night. Food and drinks will be on sale at the event. Your child must be accompanied by an adult.
Posted 01/07/2020 12:09PM
We have partnered with PEER to provide STEAM workshops for all students! In the next couple of months, students will have the opportunity to participate in STEAM workshops to learn how to code, robotics, Makey-Makey, Stop Motion Animation, and more. The STEAM workshops will take place during the school day. We were able to fund the STEAM Workshops with donations from PTA and Walk-for-Education! Thank you for your support!
Posted 12/05/2019 05:43PM
Congratulations to the winners of this year's PTA Reflections Contest. Please click "PTA Reflections Winners" for more information.
Posted 11/09/2019 01:39PM
The Matsumoto's GeoBee, sponsored by PTA, is for students in Grades 4-6. It is on Thursday, January 16th at 6pm. Please register by Friday, January 10th. Click on the link above for access the GeoBee Study Toolkit and additional resources. Register at: https://tinyurl.com/tmgeobee2020
Posted 11/09/2019 01:09PM
The Matsumoto's Spelling Bee, sponsored by PTA, is underway. Click on the link to see the results for the Written Spelling Bee. Top finalists from the Written Spelling Bee (Upper Grade) will advance to the Oral Spelling Bee on Tuesday, January 21st at 6pm. Permission slips will be sent home with qualifying students. Primary Written Spelling Bee Winners will be awarded on January 21st as well.
Posted 11/03/2019 03:51PM
January's Book: Today I Feel Silly by Jamie Lee Curtis teaches students to identify emotions; their own and to understand how another person may be feeling. Learning to identify feelings is important because it is one of the first steps to becoming a bucket filler. Bucket fillers express empathy for others.