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September 17th - Map Testing Begins
Students K - 5th will be taking the Measures of Academic Progress computerized test in Reading and Mathematics. Testing dates are from September 17th - October 3rd.
September 19 - COLT T-Shirt Orders are Due
September 23 - Interim Reports
October 2nd - Literacy Night!
Enjoy Literacy Activities with your child before, during, or after your teacher conference. Also be sure to join us in the cafeteria for our Annual Title I Meeting at 6:00.
October 2nd - Parent Conference Night
Schedule a conference with your child's teacher. Conferences will run from 3:00 - 6:30.
October 3rd - Parent Conferences Day 2
Be sure to schedule a conference with your child's teacher. Conference times will run from 1:00 - 3:00.
FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK!
"High Tech, High Expectations"
Dear Parents and Guardians:
We are increasingly aware about the health and well-being of our students. One issue we are particularly attentive to is the potential for food allergies and other health concerns of our students and staff.
For this reason, the Chester County School District has instituted a new procedure on "homemade food items" brought into the schools or classrooms for snacks, celebrations (i.e. birthdays, class/school celebrations, parties) during the school day. "Homemade" food items
will no longer be allowed
for these celebrations and/or other activities during the school day. If you wish to send food and/or snacks to your child's classroom, these items must be
and in the original sealed container/box/wrapper. The label and ingredients must be listed on the package as well.
If throughout the course of the year you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me. Wishing you and your family a safe and healthy school year!
Dr. Tammy Graham, Principal
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