Monday cycle day 2D
Fifth Grade Fleece Blanket Project
Way to go fifth graders! We’re proud of you for being in service to people in need.
Red Pine Ski and Snowboard Club begins in January!
Dates for 2020:
If you have any questions, please email Kristen.email@example.com
In the Computer Lab
It’s time for our annual HOUR OF CODE! All students will participate in this worldwide event by solving coding puzzles with their classmates and learning what it feels like to work with computer code. If you are or know of someone who works with code this would be a great time to talk with your child about the power of computer code and careers that call for this skill. More information can be found at https://hourofcode.com/files/hoc-one-pager.pdf.
Notes from the RP Library:
Red Pine Password for Databases:
If you want to try a fun enrichment/reading activity with your child over break visit:
A Great Resource for RP Families- Common Sense Media Website:
A new article from Common Sense Media- How Plugged-In Families Can Have a Device-Free(ish) Holiday: https://tinyurl.com/y78dd5wp
Happy New Year and Happy Reading,
Gary Anger Memorial Scholarship
From the Social Worker:
FREE FOOD BAGS OVER Winter Break!
*** To find the nearest location and specific hours, visit:
WHAT: 4-5 pounds of non-perishable food items provided over winter break
** no membership or enrollment required at any partner location.
FREE DENTAL CARE FOR CHILDREN IN NEED Friday, Feb. 7 & Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020
Right now volunteers across the state are working hard to get ready for Give Kids a Smile. We need your help to get the word out!
WHAT IS IT?
WHEN IS IT?
WHEN WILL THE LIST OF PARTICIPATING CLINICS BE AVAILABLE?
HOW ARE APPOINTMENTS MADE?
News from the Bird Feeder:
Free/Reduced Applications are Online**
We welcome all visitors to come in and join us at lunchtime.
Cheryl Rosa, Food and Nutrition Manager
Happy Break Red Pine Families!!!!
Two weeks of family fun…. sleepovers, parties, gatherings and other activities. Continue to practice washing hands, covering coughs, getting a good night’s sleep, eating healthy, staying hydrated and staying home if you are sick.
Minnesota Department of Health recommends being fever free, no vomiting, no diarrhea for 24 hours without the use of medication. This helps prevent the spread of any illness. We recommend this whether you are in school, at work, or yes winter break gatherings.
K – 5th graders have been doing a great job of bringing an extra set of clothes with them in case they have something spilled on them, they get dirty/wet outside or anything else happens. This is a wonderful way for them to be independent and responsible. Thank you for guiding them.
Long breaks, means close contact with the community. Please try not share hats, pony tail holders, combs, brushes, pillows. Please be vigilant in checking your children for any little friends that love to hang out in their hair. Lice are not particular, boys, girls, adults, kids. If you have any questions the Minnesota Department of Health has a wealth of information. https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/headlice/headlice.html
The best part? Donations don’t come out of your own pocket. When you make Coca-Cola purchases, you simply enter the product codes here: https://us.coca-cola.com/give/schools/ and our school receives a donation.
Do you know of any company that would allow a box to be set up to collect Coca-Cola caps? We can get a box all set up and will drop off and pick up the caps! (there is a collection box in the entry area of the school as well)
Please contact Ashlie Brown at Ashliebrown427@gmail.com if interested.
Click herefor FUN things to do through ISD196 Community Education!
With winter on its way, ensure you receive messages regarding any emergency weather-related cancellations. Check that your telephone numbers and email addresses are listed correctly in the online registration system, eleyo. During periods of severe weather, watch for updates on Facebook, Twitter, instagram and check our website.