Daily Announcements

Tuesday September 18, 2018

It is an E day

Congratulations to all our Page Turner Participants. 

 We had a great tournament with well-written questions based on interesting books.  Second graders were in the audience and we hope you join our next Page Turners event later this school year.  Thanks to Mrs. Broussard, Miss Joseph, and Mr. Pursel for bringing the 2nd graders to watch the tournament. 

 All four Page Turner teams knew many answers! 

 And our winner is TEAM 4 led by 5th grade captains, Amelia Buono and Sheridan Yogis.  Their teammates are 4th grader, Abby Marcello, and 3rd graders, Jaiden Burley, and Dominic Caruso.  Way to go, Team 4!   Please wish them well when you see them today.

 Congratulations, again, to everyone for an excellent tournament.  A big thanks to Mrs. Macaluso, Ms. Bonny, Mrs. Crumb, Ms. Morales, and Mrs. Blossom for helping with this event.

Attention 4th Grade !
Mr. Rhodes, the band teacher, is desperately 
seeking students interested in the FLUTE.  All interested students will be accepted!  See Mr. Rhodes today !!

 
It's HOMECOMING WEEK !  Please show your school spirit by wearing BLUE & GOLD this Friday !

 

 

Have a wonderful day!




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