It’s the last week of school for 2013!
Friday, Dec. 20th: Early Dismissal at 11:30 am
Dec. 23rd – Jan 3rd: Winter Break
Tuesday, Jan. 7th: Students return to school!
The students bring them to their class and if enough are collected .. they get a class party!
So clip and save. Your are making money for Peabody Elementary!
The School-Based Decision-Making Council is a group of Peabody’s administrators, teachers, staff, parents and community members, who meet several times each school year to discuss issues of importance to our school and students. This year’s council members are: Melanie Nelson (principal), Christopher Jones (professional counselor), Sandra Hamer (PLC coach), Donna Wilkes (general office secretary), Audrey Farmer (teacher and MEA rep), Daniel Flatt (representative of school adopter), Mandy Grisham (parent), and Ginger Spickler (parent).
Mandy and Ginger want to represent the parent body well. If you have concerns that you would like the council to address, please submit them via the form below (which will generate an email directly to them). While they cannot guarantee that the SBDMC will be able to address every issue, they’ll do their best to route your concerns to the appropriate people who might be able to help. Anonymous comments cannot be accepted, but if your concern is of a sensitive nature, and you do not wish your name to be brought up in the SBDMC’s discussion, please indicate that in your message, and Mandy or Ginger will handle your concerns accordingly.
Please bring a new, unwrapped toy or gift to our school and the Beta Club will deliver these toys to the Memphis Family Shelter — just in time for the holidays!
When: December 11th – 19th
Where: Peabody Elementary
Place donations in the boxes located outside the main office
The Beta Club will deliver toys to the Memphis Family Shelter by December 20th. So please bring donations in by December 19th.
Thank you for your generosity!
Now, it’s the fun part. Rewarding the awesome kids who helped sell nearly 950 boxes of cookie dough!
There are different shifts throughout these periods, so if you can only help out for an hour — your time will be much appreciated!
Contact super Cookie Dough parent Shelley Thomas to volunteer! She needs your help. Plus, it’s really fun.