Springport Elementary will be hosting a parent meeting on March 15th from 6:00-7:00 pm. Parents will pick up an enrollment packet, meet administration and teachers, and hear about kindergarten programs. Please call Springport Elementary office at 517-857-3465 to pre-register. (If your child is not eligible for enrollment per the guidelines specified and will be five years of age by December 1, 2017 the child`s parent or legal guardian may apply for a waiver to enroll their student in school.)
Families will be invited back on March 29th from 6:00-7:00 pm for a Kindergarten Open House where kindergarten students will explore classrooms, meet teachers and staff, tour the school, and participate in fun activities.
MAR 10 (FRI) - SPRING LOCK-IN 5:30-7:30 PM
MAR 13 (MON) - NO SCHOOL STUDENTS
MAR 15 (WED) 6:00-7:00 PM - KINDERGARTEN PARENT MEETING & REGISTRATION
MAR 22 (WED) - SPRING PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES 4:00-7:00 PM
MAR 31 - APRIL 7, 2017 - SPRING BREAK
CITIZEN OF THE
MONTH - JANUARY
Angel Barnhill – Mrs. Warren’s 2nd Grade
I would like you to meet Angel Barnhill. She is the early elementary nomination for Citizen of the Month. She is the daughter of Sheryl Piepkow and Jerry Barnhill. Angel has an infectious smile and a joy for learning. Angel wants to be an artist when she grows up and she is very skilled in this area. She draws with great detail. Mrs. Warren is trying to persuade her to be a teacher as she often tries to help others learn. She is a leader in the classroom always modeling appropriate behavior. It is a pleasure to have Angel in our classroom.
Niceswander – Mrs. Hick’s 4th Grade
I am very pleased to nominate Raigan Niceswander as Citizen of the Month for January. Raigan is a quiet, confident young lady. She has many qualities that make her an obvious choice for Citizen of the Month. She is very honest and trustworthy. She shows kindness to her classmates every day. She is eager to help others with school work, cleaning their desk, finding something that's lost, or loaning out a pencil. You'll always find her working hard and giving her best effort, and you won't find anyone with a more positive attitude.
Did you know there's an easy way to help us raise money for our school - for books, band uniforms, reading programs and anything else that can use extra funding? Kroger have programs in place so when you shop we earn $!
Kroger Community Rewards (KCR) makes supporting community organizations as simple as shop, scan, and earn! Once you've registered, a % of each of your shopping trips will be contributed to the organization you've selected every time your card is scanned. Registering is as simple as updating the Community Rewards field on your My Account page with the information of the organization you wish to support.
ALSO - The Elementary has a box in the office for Labels for Education. Collect Campbell's soup labels and box tops from participating products like Glad, General Mills, Pepperidge Farms, certain beverages, stationery and magazines. Clip/Give/Earn!
THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT FOR OUR “KIDS” AND SCHOOL!