Welcome to Inglewood Elementary
Inglewood Elementary will have our “Read Across America” with fun activities on March 10th-14th. Each morning we will have a “Character Quiz” where the students hear a riddle and write the name of the character that is described. On Friday afternoon we will pull five correct responses and these students will win a “Book” prize!
Monday, March 10th "How Sweet it is to be a Reader"
Tuesday, March 11th “Readers Are Bright!” – Students and staff wear sunglasses.
Wednesday, March 12th “Dress Up Day!” -- Students and staff dress like a favorite story character.
Thursday, March 13th “I’m in the red ‘cause I read a good book!” Students and staff wear a red.
Friday, March 14th “Read Me Day” – students and staff wear a “readable” shirt over SSA.
March 10th-14th Read Across America-Inglewood Elementary was selected as the Metro's site to drop everything and read. We will have very special guest joining us that day!
March 12th-Parents can drop off their childrens SSA for the Inglewood Swap
from 7-9am and 2-4pm in the Community Room
March 13th-PTO Family Math Night & Inglewood SSA Clothes Swap
March 17th has been designated as an instructional make-up day
March 18th- Teacher planning day; students do not report
March 18th-28th-Spring Break
March 19th-21st-Intersession 2nd-4th grade
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Seasons change – children grow – budget stays the same!
Clothes Swap is an opportunity to exchange outgrown Standard School Attire (SSA) clothes for new SSA.
March 12th-Drop off Day- parents can bring SSA clothes from 7-9am & 2-4pm in Community Room
SSA clothes need to be clean & in good condition (no holes or stains)
• Solid collared tops (shirts, sweaters)
• Inglewood ES t-shirts
• Navy, khaki, black bottoms (pants, shorts, skirts, jumpers)
Location: Community Room – parent will receive 1 ticket for each item
March 13th-Clothes Swap Day - parents “shop” during 3:00-5:00 pm Parents can drop off their
Congratulations Ms. Pridy for being awarded Inglewood’s TEACHER OF THE YEAR!!!
2013-2014 School-Wide Theme: Grow
School Time 8:00 - 3:00
Doors open at 7:45 a.m.
Students are tardy after 8:00 a.m.
Parents, any transportation changes must be made in writing. Please send a note to the teacher by writing, faxing or emailing. Also, please remember no early dismissal after 2:30.
2013-2014 Supply List
A message from our principal, Carrie Mickle.
Hello Inglewood families! I am looking so forward to this second semester with your children. Our school wide theme this nine weeks is Our Country. I hope you will be able to join us for our next PTO meeting/Open House on March 6th. We will showcase the work we have done around the theme Our Country, and we will also share some math practices you can do at home with your child.
I also want to share some extended learning opportunities for students in 2nd-4th grades. We will begin offering free, after school tutoring on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 3:15-4:15. We will send home notes later asking for your commitment to ensure your child stays after school on those days. All children who go to the Center, Learning Zone, or Fun Company after school should be able to stay at school until 4:15 an then be escorted by a staff member to their after school location after tutoring is over. Another opportunity is Spring Intersession. This will take place on March 18th-20th from 8-11. This will be centered around preparing for TCAP, which begins April 30th. Thanks for all you do to make Inglewood Elementary a great place to learn!
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