It is time to start our first annual Read-A-Thon here at Walterville. Below is a list of important dates and the prizes that students can earn, as well as an explanation of what a “unit” is for each grade level.
Please help your child collect pledges and/or donations from loved ones, friends, and neighbors to help challenge him/her to reach his/her reading goal. The pledges will be per unit:
Kinders: 10 minutes= 1 unit
1st-2nd: 15 minutes= 1unit
3rd-5th: 20 minutes= 1 unit
Feb 12: Kick off Assembly/Packets go home
Feb 12-Feb 28: Students collect pledges/donations
Feb16-Feb 26: Students keep track of units read
Feb 22: Students return packets for a check in
Feb 26: The last day to earn units toward pledges
Feb 29: Student Packets are due with any money
March 4: Prize Assembly
Top Pledge/Donation Earner Per Class:
The 8 winners will get a field trip to Barnes and Noble Bookstore where
they will each receive a $15.00 gift card to spend on books. After the bookstore, the winners will get a treat at Dicky Yo’s.
Classroom with the Most Units Read:
The classroom that has the most units read over the two weeks will win a
pizza and rootbeer float party.
All participants who bring in pledges or donations will receive a bookmark
and a pencil
The battles will begin soon!!!!
Students in grades 3-5 will be competing against eachother in Walterville’s Battle of the Books next week. The battles will begin Tuesday, February 16th at 8:45 in the music room. They will continue throughout the day. The final battle will be Friday, February 19th at 9:30 in the gym. If you are looking for more resources please check out our library page! Good luck Wildcats!
It’s that again time for our annual wreath sale!!! These wreaths can be fantastic gifts or will look great on your front door!
Spring Creek Holly Farms, just up the road from the school, offers us wreaths for the holiday season. Our PTO earns money from this fundraiser to be able to provide fun and educational activities for our students and our community.
If you would like to order, please pick up an order form/send money to the Walterville Elem Office by November 20th.
Wreaths are available in 3 different sizes:
18″ wreath for $15
24″ wreath for $18
28″ wreath for $20
Add a red bow for $3, cedar accents for $1, and 3-pine cones for $1.
Please make checks payable to “Walterville PTO.” Questions? Please contact Elle Brooks, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wreaths will be available for pick up at school in the Cafeteria on 11/25/15.
When it’s time for your Christmas tree, head up to Spring Creek Holly Farm and be sure to mention Walterville Elementary School. When you mention the school they will donate to the PTO!
Thanks for helping support our Walterville PTO, our school and our community!
Don’t forget. Open house is Thursday October 1st from 5-6. This is an event for the parents only. There will be no childcare available. See you there!
Join us on Facebook so you can see the latest happenings around the school. Search for Walterville Elementary School (the one with the carrot art spelling Walterville) and like our page. Go Wildcats!
Meet your teacher will be September 8th from 6-7pm. Please bring your supplies and come in and see your classroom and meet your teacher. The PTO will provide ice cream from 6:30-7. See you there!
New student registration will be August 26th from 8:00am to 4:00pm. At registration you will fill out the necessary paperwork for enrolling your student. Please bring a copy of birth certificate and immunization records. If you are looking for registration dates for other school please visit this link for more information. http://www.springfield.k12.or.us/site/default.aspx?PageType=3&DomainID=1&ModuleInstanceID=206&ViewID=047E6BE3-6D87-4130-8424-D8E4E9ED6C2A&RenderLoc=0&FlexDataID=1598&PageID=1
Thanks and see you on Wednesday! Go Wildcats!
Good morning Wildcats! Today is Friday, June 5th 2015
The Character Word of the Week is sharing. I let them play with what I have for as long as they want.
Joke of the Day: Why did the boy bring a ladder to school?
Science Fact: Viruses can get viruses.
Have a great day and “Go Wildcats”.
Joke Answer: Because he wanted to go to high school.
Good morning Wildcats! Today is Thursday, June 4th 2015
The Character Word of the Week is sharing. I may let someone have what I have over night.
Joke of the Day: Why did the girl smear peanut butter on the road?
Science Fact: Bees can be trained to detect bombs.
Have a great day and “Go Wildcats”.
Joke Answer: To go with the traffic jam!