March Notes from the Desk of Principal Nelson:
Come and view our students spectacular Science Fair Projects Friday, March 21st from 8:30 A.M.-11:30 A.M. in the cafeteria.
Please support Peabody Elementary by participating in our Popcorn Fundraiser. We are not only selling popcorn. We are selling tote bags and doggie treats. Funds from the doggie treats will be donated to an animal shelter. The Fundraiser will run from March 20 – April 4.
Spruce Peabody Day
Volunteers needed! PTA is sponsoring their annual Spruce Peabody Day. PTA and volunteers will work to prepare the outside grounds of the school for Spring. Sprucing will take place Saturday, March 22nd from 9:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M. Go to this Facebook Event page to RSVP.
Report Card Informational and PTA Night
Parents will have an opportunity to pick up report cards early on Tuesday, March 25th from 5:30 P.M.-6:00 P.M. PTA will have a brief meeting in the cafeteria at 6:00 P.M. Our Honors Program for this report card period will be Wednesday, April 2nd. Times are 8:30 A.M. for grades KK-2 and 9:40 A.M. for grades 3-5.
This Spring Break, don’t take a break from reading…pick up a book for great stories and a chance at great prizes!
Read 10 books or more to get a free book to take home! Parents, please fill out the reading log that will be sent home with the names of the books you read with your child over Spring Break and return to his/her teacher by Tuesday, March 18 to receive a free book!
1st & 2nd Graders:
Earn 5 or more Accelerated Reader points between March 17 and the end of the school day on March 20 to be entered into a drawing for two second row tickets (plus a parking pass!) to see the Grizzlies play the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday, March 24!
Keep working on your Read to Achieve books! Read six books (30 pages or more, please) and do one book report before April 2 to join your friends at FedExForum on April 10 (during the school day!) for the Read to Achieve Celebration, featuring Grizzlies players, Grizz girls, and Grizz himself! Parents, please sign off on the books your child reads on his/her Read to Achieve bookmark.
Reading aloud to your children (of all ages!) is one of the very best things you can do to support their education. Here are seven reasons why!
Well, the weather has postponed yet another Peabody event!
This time — our Science Fair.
Our teachers have determined that the kids will not have enough time to work on group science projects. The school will reschedule the fair as soon as possible, and we will let everyone know.
For those of you who so generously signed up to be judges, we thank you for volunteering! We hope you will be able to judge the rescheduled fair. The science fair coordinator, Dominque Mendoza, will contact you.
If you have any questions, please click this link to find the contact form for Ms. Mendoza.
Thank you for supporting Peabody Elementary!