Daily Announcements

June 13, 2019

It is an E day

Student Leaders – Our final meeting is tomorrow, at 8:00 in Mrs. Pettis’ room. Please bring a breakfast treat to share.

We have received so many books over the last few days in the library!  Students have 312 books still checked out.  Thanks to those who have brought back all their books.  For those of you still with library books, bring them back by Friday.  All books are due back from students by tomorrow. 

To all students in Grades 2-5:  Join Page Turners for the summer!  Permission slips were due yesterday.  Please see Mrs. Paul if you forgot your permission slip yesterday.  You will read at least 6 books, write 2 questions for each, and be part of a tournament in September.  There are great books on our list that you'll have fun reading.  That's  all students in Grades 2-4:  See Mrs. Paul if you forgot your Page Turners permission slip.

 

 

 

Have  a  wonderful day!


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