Join us for an Hour of Code on December 10 from 1:00-2:00 p.m. at the Roosevelt High School Media Center.
What is the Hour of Code? A one-hour introduction to computer science. Students and teachers can choose from a variety of activities for kindergarten and up. Activities work on any modern browser, tablet, smart phone, or even with no computer at all!
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The drive (Race to “Can” Hunger”) will start Monday, November 14th and go until Friday, December 9th. Every morning, 5th grade Student Ambassadors will come and collect cans in each classroom from 8:30-8:45. We will keep a count in the counseling office, as the classroom that donates the most will earn a classroom party. The winning classroom will get to vote on what kind of party they want to have (Movie and Popcorn, Pizza, Donuts etc.). The date/time to be determined by the winning classroom teacher.
Good luck everyone and have fun!
Picture retake day has been moved from November 10 to November 14. If your student was absent on picture day, request a form in the office. If you want your child’s picture retaken, you must turn in the entire original package.
Please call the office if you have any questions at 330-676-8300.
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Red Ribbon Week will be held October 24th -28th. This week focuses on making healthy choices for ourselves and our bodies, and saying no to alcohol, tobacco and harmful drugs.
Staff and Students will have theme days to help celebrate:
- Monday: “Walls Elementary Students are Part of a Drug and alcohol Free Rainbow.” Wear glittery, colorful clothing!
- Tuesday: “Hats on and Heads Up to Making Healthy Choices for Our Body!” Wear a fun hat to and from school and during recess. (Hats during classes are at the teacher’s discretion.)
- Wednesday: “Stick together and don’t get tripped up on Alcohol, drugs, or making poor choices.” Dress like twins, triplets or wear whole class colors
- Thursday: “Walls Elementary Students Say Night Night to using Alcohol, tobacco, and harmful drugs.” Wear fun PJs to school.
- Friday: “Don’t Let Unhealthy Drugs, Alcohol, or Tobacco Trick You Because they’re Not a Treat!” Halloween parties: wear your costume. See the back for details.
|Additionally, red ribbons will be given to classroom teachers to pass out in homeroom. Several other activities will be planned during lunch and recess. Student Ambassadors have made colorful posters and will do daily announcements.
Mrs. Knuth and Mrs. Wise, School Counselors