Echo, Vol 4, No 6, October 2017

Dear Parents, We had a great Red Ribbon Week and all of out events had a great impact on our students. I think we are all ready to stay committed to a life free from drugs and harmful things that will damage our futures. We are starting our 2nd quarter and I want to remind…

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Echo, Vol 4, No 5, October 2017

Dear Parents,  Next week is Red Ribbon Week and there are activities all week long as we celebrate our students decisions to “SAY NO TO DRUGS” We will have several events through out the week as a means to help our students continue in the “Anti-drug” mindset. Monday, October 23 students will sign a pledge to stay…

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Echo, Vol 4, No 4, October 2017

Dear Parents,  With the coming of October we start to settle into a nice smooth rhythm and works begin to really build up steam. I hope you are taking the time to spend quality moments with your children. Not having to do homework in the evening should free you up to enjoy these wonderful years.…

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Echo, Vol 4, No 3, September 2017

Dear Parents, With the start of the year we are of and running!  I am excited to see all the blessings God has in store for us this year.  I know that His hand has led us this far and if we follow, we will see His school contnue to grow. A reminder that this…

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Echo, Vol 4, No 2, August 2017

Dear Parents, Starting out in the new year is not always easy. There are so many things that change like: getting up when the alarm rings instead of sleeping in, having to get dressed in a uniform set of clothes instead of wearing whatever you want, eating breakfast quickly to get out the door instead…

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Echo, Vol 4, August 1, 2017

Dear Parents,  Summer is gone! Here it is August and we are only 20 days from welcoming our students back into our classrooms.The big news has not happened yet. Many have asked if our grant money has any news, the answer is not yet. No news is good news right? I am sure that whatever…

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Echo, Vol 3, Summer, 2017

Dear Parents, Summer is here and I hope each of you are enjoying the time off from the stress of the school year. Here at school, we are getting things ready for the upcoming year. We are still hopeful for the grant money to come in but now from our sources, the agency that could…

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Echo, Vol 3, March 13, 2017

Dear Parents, Kindness, empathy, love, are strong characteris cs that we always hope to import into our children. What do you think is the best way for us to teach our children the importance of these and other life changing traits? From the latest Chris anity Today comes this quote from Rebecca Randall, a science…

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Echo, Vol 3, February 23, 2017

Dear Parents, We had a great day last Thursday when our students assembled in the gym before lunch and we celebrated “World Read A Loud“ Day. We heard from several upper grade students and a few shy but brave 4th and 5th graders. Then at the Valentine dinner the crème de la crème. A kindergartener,…

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Echo, Vol 3, February 12, 2017

Dear Parents, In the November issue of e-School News, the lead article headlined this topic was entitled, “How Schools are Reimaging Learning Spaces.” In this article, it boiled the concept into these three ideas, One, The leaders and teachers at schools should not be afraid to rethink what school should look like and what practices…

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