Wednesday, December 13

Newsletter

PTO

January 21st and 22nd: Talent Show Tryouts. A form was sent home last week with the details. All students interested must have a form filled out and turned in to be able to participate in our auditions. Our Talent show is scheduled for March 19th and will begin at 6pm. January 23: Box Tops, Labels for Education, and Tyson A+ labels need to be turned in. Make sure to …

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Boy’s Basketball

The following boys have been chosen for the 2015 Basketball Team:  Brady Brussell, Jon Guy, Jaelin Black, Cody Hendricks, Caimen Mithcell, Chandler Jones, Casey Walls, Carter Walls, Dimitrius Hunter, Monnie McGee, Jacob Rosenburger, Kane Morgan, Elijah Carmen, Joe Hiser, Matthew Hall Caoch Gray thanks everyone that tried and is looking forward to a great season!  

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Parent Tip

15 Basic Rules of Parenting Be Realistic Many parents set unrealistic goals for themselves. One of these is to be the best parent in the world.  Being a good parent is good enough for children.  Don’t berate yourself for not being perfect.  Nobody is. Be the Best Role Model You Can The most powerful and influential teaching tool is the …

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Traffic Issues

Parents, we continue to experience some problems during arrival and dismissal that pose a safety risk and we need your help  Some parents are creating a second lane when entering the parking lot off of Lombardy.  Some parents are not waiting in the drop off or pick up line and are pulling into spaces and allowing their children to cross …

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Boy’s Basketball

We had a great group of boys participate in intramurals this past week.  Tryouts for the basketball team will be held Wednesday, January 7 – Friday, January 9.  Students in grades 3-5 are eligible to tryout with parent permission.  Contact Coach Gray for a permission slip or for more information.

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Parent Tip

What Parents Can do at Home to Help Students with Math: Build an Interest in Math With Sports Statistics Many students who have never developed much interest in math start to see its importance when they develop an interest in sports.  As you’re watching a game with your young sports fan, help him keep his own statistics.  For example, ask: …

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PTO

Thanks to all of you who helped out by supporting Santa Shop. BoxTops are due Friday, December 19. We are still looking for some great parents that are interested in making a difference at Parkwood! If you are interested in volunteering through the PTO or have any questions, suggestions, or comments please email Angela Hiser at ahiserparkwoodpto@yahoo.com. Please stay informed by visiting and liking our Facebook …

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Boy’s Basketball

Boys basketball intramurals are scheduled to be held after school next week.  Parent permission is required for students to participate.  Contact Coach Gray if interested.   Tryouts for the basketball team are scheduled for January 7, 8, and 9 for boys in grades 3 – 5.  Parent permission is required for students to participate.  Contact Coach Gray if interested.  

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Parent Tip

What Parents Can do at Home to Help Students with Math: Help Older Student Get Over Math Anxiety Some student may be so anxious about math that they can’t do their best.  Here are some teacher-tested tips on turning math anxiety into math success: Point out that boys and girls can do equally well in math. The idea that boys …

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Textbook Assistance

Textbook invoices are being sent home today.  If you feel you would qualify for Lunch/Textbook Assistant and have not applied, please go to the Greater Clark website, www.gcs.k12.in.us, to complete and submit the application.  

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