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Baby Eagle News May 2019
Campus Dates to Remember

May 3: Luau Day
May 6-10: Teacher and Nurse Appreciation Week
May 16: Graduation Ceremonies
                9:00 a.m. Turtles, 11:00 a.m. Bears,                                      1:00 p.m. Frogs
May 17: Graduation Ceremonies                                                         10:00 a.m. Frogs, 1:00 p.m. Fish             

May 22: *Early Dismissal*                                       

May 23: *Early Dismissal*                                                                         LAST DAY OF SCHOOL                                                                      

 

important reminder:

Due to end of the school year activities, the last day to eat lunch with your student on campus will be May 2. 

 

Transportation Changes
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Please keep transportation changes to a minimum. All transportation changes must be put in writing in the agenda and received by 2:00 P.M. Please do not leave voicemail messages concerning transportation changes.

**We do not make bus to bus changes.**

 

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easy ways to show teacher appreciation:

Monday: bring a flower/plant

Tuesday: write a note

Wednesday: bring a new pen, pencil, or marker

Thursday: bring his/her favorite treat

Friday: give your teacher a big hug and tell him/her how much they are appreciated

 

family involvement

Please see page 3 of this newsletter for great ways to help keep your Eagle reader engaged during the summer break. 

 

end of year parties

Be on the lookout for information regarding end of the year class parties. 

Turtle Trail

Friends on Turtle Trail are having lots of fun welcoming Spring with the arrival of baby chicks, bean sprouts, and Easter egg hunts. Friends in Mrs. Emerson’s and Mrs. Sonnier’s classes were so excited to hunt eggs in the multipurpose facility. We are so lucky to have such a great option for activities, rain or shine. Mrs. Johnson’s friends are learning and witnessing the Chick Life Cycle. The 8 baby chicks that recently hatched are already loved so much. Mrs. Gonzalez’s friends are so proud of the growth of their bean plants! They have been working super hard to keep their plants alive and thriving, and their
success is evident in their bright smiles and tall green plants.