Dear Sexton Mt. Families:
At the assembly on Friday, April 28 at 8:30am, students will be recognized for demonstrating safe respectful and responsible behaviors. Over the past few weeks, I’ve had conversations with parents about a range of topics including social media, stranger danger, and bullying. Whether navigating online or through neighborhoods or relationships, if children have a firm understanding of what it means to be safe, responsible and respectful (kind), they can handle any challenge with greater success.
Because we will have an assembly on Friday morning, we hope to have lots of volunteers to help with clean up at the end of the Thursday night Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math Night. It’s going to be a great night of learning! I look forward to seeing you there.
Teresa Clemens-Brower, Ed. D.
Jog-a-thon Postponed to May 11
The Jogathon has been postponed to May 11, due to the rainy weather. Now you have two extra weeks to fundraise! :)
There is still time to create an online fundraising account! Go to http://pledgestar.com/sextonmountain to get started.
If you are interested in volunteering for this fun event, please sign up at http://signup.com/go/W27ZT6.
(If you need to do your background check, please do so at www.myvolunteerpage.com)
Our STEAM Fair is still scheduled for April 27th at 6:30 PM. Please join us Thursday evening to see all the wonderful displays from your students.
Drop off a kid, Drop off a can.
Wednesday, April 26 Planting Seeds will be collecting cans of food for hungry Sexton Mountain families.
As you drop off your students for school, please drop off a non-perishable food donation.
Fourth grade volunteers will pick up your donation as you pull into the drop-off lane, so you don’t even have to get out of your car!
Mayonnaise – in non-glass containers
Granola Bars and other healthy snack foods
And other non-perishable foods
We will also be collecting items from students who bus, bike, and walk, so please send a can with your kid! All food will go to support families in our Sexton Mountain Community. Together we can make a difference and make sure no kid goes hungry.
· As the weather gets nicer, we will likely see more children walking or biking to school. Please review the safe routes to school map that shows a safer route to school. http://www.beavertonsaferoutes.org/sexton-mountain-elementary-school
· Early Release Starts Fall of 2017 - When planning for next year, please remember that the District will implement an early release model beginning September 13. https://www.beaverton.k12.or.us/PS/Pages/Early-ReleaseTeacher-Collaboration.aspx
· Thanks for keeping the office informed of any updated contact information.
· All medication (including cough drops) must be signed in and out of the Health Room by an adult.
*Wish List-These are items we’d love to have donated. If you have something on the list you’d like to donate, please send items to the school office.
· Donations of children’s books can be put to good use in classroom libraries.
Mouse and Mole
Iris and Walter
Ivy and Bean
Pete the Cat
Pinky and Rex
Henry and Mudge
Who would win?
Sports Illustrated for Kids
National Geographic for Kids
*Help Wanted-These are tasks with which we’d love to have help. If you are able to help, email Mrs. C.-B. at Teresa_Clemens-Brower@beaverton.k12.or.us and make sure your volunteer background check has been completed.
· Creative Tech Volunteer is needed to make a photo collage on Snapfish or Shutterfly type website to make a school puzzle. If you can do this type of project for us, contact Mrs. CB for details on the vision of the project to be completed by August 1.
· Thanks to the Chang family for the donation of chalk.
· Thanks to Lisa Williams for organizing the assembly last week.
· Thanks to Ms. Peerenboom for making Book Club cover sheets for our primary readers.
· Thanks to ISB students for completing several projects on their day of service.
· Thanks to our Creative Volunteer, Ms. Peerenboom, for making visual tracking sheets for author book clubs.
April 27 Jog-a-thon During Specials
(Volunteers must complete Background Checks prior to the event. Complete your application today if you
· April 27 STEAM Night 6:30-8:00pm
· May 11 Jog-a-thon During Specials (Volunteers must complete Background Checks prior to the event. https://www.beaverton.k12.or.us/depts/CCI/volunteer-engage/Pages/default.aspx)
· May 19 Carnival 5:30-8:00pm (Volunteers must complete Background Checks prior to the event. Complete your application today if you haven’t already. https://www.beaverton.k12.or.us/depts/CCI/volunteer-engage/Pages/default.aspx)
· May 26 No School Assessment Day
· May 29 No School Memorial Day
· June 1 Family Literacy Night at Beaverton City Library @ 5:30pm
· June 2 Volunteer Appreciation Celebration
· June 3 Run with the Eagles 5K
· June 7 4th and 5th Grade Music Program at 6:30pm
· June 16 Field Day (Volunteers must complete Background Checks prior to the event)
· June 22 Last Day of School for Students
· Aug. 2 School Office Open 8am-Noon
· Aug. 9 School Office Open 8am-Noon
· September 5-First Day of School for 1st-5th Grade
· September 5-First Day of School for Kindergarten Students Last Name A-L
· September 5-No School for Kindergarten Students Last Name M-Z
· September 6-No School for Kindergarten Students Last Name A-L
· September 6- First Day for Kindergarten Students Last Name M-Z
· September 6-This is the only Wednesday of the school year with a 3:05pm dismissal due to it being the first day of school for some kindergarten students and some students at the middle and high school level too.
· September 13-Early Release Wednesdays Begin-Sexton Mt. students will be dismissed at 1:35pm