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Yellow Gold SnowflakeWe would like to wish our Manchester Elementary School families a happy, safe, and restful winter holiday. As a reminder, students will be released at 12:15 on Tuesday, December 19th and will return to school on Tuesday, January 2nd.  Have a safe and happy holiday.

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Published by Rebecca McLean on December 13, 2017

        


December
December Calendar for Parents
14 – Winter Concert 5:30 p.m.
20 – January 1- Winter Break

January
2 – Students Return to School
12- Spelling Bee
12- Clubs within a School Day
15- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
16- SIT Meeting 2:40 in Rm A3
19- Report Card Grades Due at 8 a.m.
22- Teacher Workday
23- Bright Shining Star Touring Theatre at 8 (K-2); 9:15 (3-5)

 

 

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Published by Rebecca McLean on December 9, 2017

        


Girl Reads Book Dark HairKeep students reading during the winter break with a special community resource! Beginning December 15th, students may pick up a winter reading log at North Regional Library or any other branch of the Cumberland County Public Library.  When students read for 5 hours between December 15th and January 15th, they may redeem their winter reading log for a free book at North Regional Library or any other Cumberland County Public Library branch as long as supplies last!

Adults and teens who read 3 books OR read 2 books and attend a program may redeem their log for a free mug.

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Published by Rebecca McLean on December 8, 2017

        


Miltary with Can Food ItemsThank you to all the families who donated to our canned food drive.  Your generosity is so very appreciated.  We send a special Eagle Shout Out to the 10th Military Police Battalion on Fort Bragg.  Their unit donated nonperishable food items that will be given to Manchester families in need.   Pictured: (standing) CPT Kulis, SGT Johnson, MSG Miller,  SGT Cotton, (sitting) SSG Jancaric, PFC Simmons, SPC Williams, (kneeling) SPC Reese, SPC Green, and SGT Barnes

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Published by Rebecca McLean on November 19, 2017

        


Internet Safety Knowledge for Parents

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Published by Rebecca McLean on November 13, 2017

        


two girls raking leavesNow that summertime is over, lets warm up as temperatures cool down by staying active. Remember during the fall season, raking the leaves counts! Learn more Tips for an Active Lifestyle and how to Be an Active Family. For more healthful tips, visit wellness.ccs.k12.nc.us.

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Published by Rebecca McLean on November 12, 2017

        


 

NovemberTurkey blue green red yellow feathers

02: K Field Trip

03: Report Cards Go Home

03: Clubs within a School Day – First Session!

09: Early Dismissal for Students

10: Veteran’s Day (Holiday Staff & Students) 

13: Awards Day- 3-5 @ 8; K-2 @ 9

13: Parent Advisory Board Meeting A at 12:30 (Manchester Elementary) & 6 p.m. (Spring Lake Rec Center)

13-21:  Reading Rocks Penny Wars

17: Fall Picture Make-Up Day

28: SIT Meeting at 2:40 in Room A3

30:  Fall Festival 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

 

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Published by Rebecca McLean on November 10, 2017

        


Red Ribbon Your Future is KeyThis week is Red Ribbon Week! We invite all students and staff to participate as we take a stand against drugs.

MONDAY – Sock it to Drugs! (Wear crazy socks with your uniform.)
TUESDAY – Turn Your Back on Drugs! (Wear your uniform shirtbackward.)
WEDNESDAY – Rally in RED! (Wear as much red as you can withyour uniform. Think red shirt, red socks, red bow, etc.)
THURSDAY – Team Up Against Drugs! (Wear your favorite sportsjersey with uniform pants.)
FRIDAY – Tune Out Drugs! (Listen to music in the cafeteria duringlunch. Music provided by the school.)

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Published by Rebecca McLean on October 22, 2017

        


low fat yogurt pink carton spoonOur little ones are always watching. Adults who choose low-fat or fat-free or yogurt show kids that dairy is an important part of a healthy eating style. When kids model this behavior, their growing bones will thank you. Share these 10 Tips for Dairy and how to Be a healthy role model. For more nutritional tips, visit wellness.ccs.k12.nc.us. @gottabhealthy #behealthy

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Published by Rebecca McLean on October 15, 2017

        


Survey paper white PenWe’re taking our temperature! Not literally, but we do need your help in assessing our school climate. Please take this super quick 3-minute parent survey.

SURVEY LINK
http://eprovesurveys.advanc-ed.org/surveys/#/action/32062/23355

SURVEY DIRECTIONS
– Copy the survey link and paste it into your web address bar.
– The first five questions are about demographics (describe you).
– The remaining three questions are about the climate and culture in our school.
– Each of the last three questions requires you to pick four choices in each answer.
– You will see a green check once you’re finished.
– You will then be directed to the AdvancEd website.
– Close the browser when finished.

SURVEY GOAL: 100 parent participants
This is a really easy way to make your voice heard!

SURVEY PRIZE: If we get 100 parents to participate in this survey byWednesday, 10/3/17, the entire school body will get a dress down day!

Thank you in advance!
Kailey Hill, principal

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Published by Rebecca McLean on September 28, 2017

        


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