Thursday, November 18, 2010 #7

PICTURE REMAKES - The photographer will be here tomorrow (Nov. 19) to take pictures of students who were absent during the Sept. photo session or have enrolled since then. He will also be taking candid shots and band, choir, student council, etc. for the yearbook.

STAR STUDENTS - Second graders who earned 93% or above in reading and math are recognized as Star Students this grading period. The first grade will be included in the second grading period. Star students for this grade period are Cade Campbell, Colleen Campbell, Kaylea Harmon, Anna Jones, Logan Klintworth, Ethan Lang, Skylee Lang, Nathan Mason, Carter Meadows, Brier Offenberger, Katie Offenberger, Alyvia Oliver, Joseph Pantelidis, Karlee Ross, Carson Sampson, Jake Sarver, Connor Shook, Emma Smith, Luke Teters, and Ben Trader.

CONTEST WINNER - Tess Teters recently won a Peace Poster contest sponsored by the Leos club. Her poster has been sent to state competition. Congratulations!
THANKS BEVERLY CITIZENS BANK for furnishing awards for our honor roll students. It is very much appreciated!

SNOW DAYS - The time is drawing near when bad weather may cause school closing or delays. In this event it will be broadcast on radio WXIL, WMOA/WJAW and WNUS. It will also appear early on WTAP-TV and On rare occasions school may be dismissed early during severe weather. Please make arrangements for your child in case this is necessary. It is impossible to call parents and our lines are too busy to take your calls.

LOCKDOWN - Our school is required to have a practice lockdown drill before Dec. l. Lockdown will be used in cases where safety of students is involved. For example: stranger is in the building, gun fire, police helicopter overhead, civil disruption and/or active shooting in the building. Hopefully we will never have to use a lockdown but we must be prepared. Please help us to make sure that your child is not frightened. It is similar to a fire or tornado drill.

- The first grade students will be making a music project in class and so we're requesting any empty Kleenex boxes for one of the materials. Thank you so much for your contribution!
School coats are a must at Waterford Elementary, hats and glove would be helpful! Please teach your child to store hats and gloves in their coat sleeves and/or coat pockets. Students will be going outside in weather warmer than twenty degrees. Cool air wakes up the mind and in addition kills weak germs. Students get sick from germs, not winter air. Please help prepare your students for outside winter fun by encouraging them to dress for the weather.

THANKSGIVING - For the third year Jukebox Pizza if offering a free traditional Thanksgiving dinner on Thanksgiving day from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to anyone who would like to come. Questions call 984-8881.

HONOR ROLL - The first nine weeks honor roll is viewable by clicking this honor roll link.

Pee Wee Girls Basketball year-end party Sun., Nov. 20 at the high school 2-5 pm

Pee Wee Wrestling Sign-up Mon., Nov. 22 - 6:30-8:00 pm in the Cooper commons

There will be no school Nov. 25, 26 and 29. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!