Monday cycle day 5B
Think Summer 2020!
CAHOOTS math and language arts in one book … great value!
Parents, it is time to start thinking about summer and how you will help your children keep their math and language arts skills sharp. CAHOOTSis a workbook correspondence program for math and language arts, designed to more closely match our district curriculum through an engaging and reflective approach to learning. CAHOOTSshould not be considered as a replacement for participating in summer school, if a child qualifies. CAHOOTSregistration information will be sent home with students the week of March 2. Sample workbooks will be available for review in the school office in February/March. The deadline for registration is April 3. Cost is $42. Watch for more information later this winter.
Red Pine Ski and Snowboard Club Dates:
Dates for 2020:
If you have any questions, please email Kristen.firstname.lastname@example.org
Girls on the Run is coming to Red Pine!
We will begin the week of March 16th, meeting every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:45pm - 5:15pm. The season ends with a noncompetitive 5K event. Online registration opens February 1st and closes February 8th. Our team maximum is 20 girls. If more register, selection will be based on a lottery. To learn more and to register, visit us at WWW.GOTRTWINCITIES.ORG
Please contact us for any questions or if you need a paper registration.
News From the Library:
Volunteers needed for our Scholastic Book Fair over conferences Wednesday, 2/12 - Thursday, 2/13 in the Red Pine Elementary Library.
We need volunteers...we need YOU!
Please sign up now or feel free to check with us about this fun and rewarding volunteer experience. Visit: https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bf/redpineelementaryschool
We have volunteer spots open for set-up - the day before the Book Fair on Tuesday, 2/11 @ 3:30. And we have volunteer spots for Wednesday (4 pm - 8 pm) and Thursday (12 pm - 8 pm) when the Book Fair is open.
In the past some Red Pine Cardinals have come back to fulfill volunteer hours for middle school / high school- which we love! Please spread the word!
“Every Minute Counts” Reading Challenge”
Our school will be challenging several neighboring schools in a “Time to Read” competition. Red Pine students are to record reading minutes from Feb 5- Feb 20using yellow reading record and drawing slips that are coming home in Friday Folders today. Last year’s winner was Shannon Park and other past winners include Westview and Highland Elementary. Maybe Red Pine can bring home the trophy this year?! Please contact the Library for more information.
Dress Like Your Favorite Book Character Day - Friday, February 28
Mrs. Robertson& Mrs. Jarvi
Please visit our Book Fair homepage for more information or to sign up as a volunteer:
Gary Anger Memorial Scholarship
Click here for details: Gary Anger Scholarship 2019-2020
From the Social Worker:
FREE DENTAL CARE FOR CHILDREN IN NEED
News from the Bird Feeder:
Please click this link to the Red Pine Elementary School menus:
Food service offers bag lunches for students on field trip days. Please sign up for bag lunches with your student’s teacher.
Free/Reduced Applications are Online**
We welcome all visitors to come in and join us at lunchtime.
Stay healthy by keeping hydrated and washing those hands!!!
Hospitality Committee is looking for Volunteers!!
Please consider signing up to bring food for our Winter Conferences.
Here is the sign-up link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0E4AABA8238-redpine2
Monetary donations are also welcome. Please drop off any monetary donation at the office and label “hospitality committee/conference meals”.
Please let me know if you have any questions!
National African American Parent Involvement Day Information Night
There will also be activities for the kids!
Engaging in Family Digital Conversations
Mark Aronson, District 196 Learning and Technology/Math Coach, has an MA in elementary education from Rockhurst University, and Jenny Huling, District 196 Teaching and Learning Specialist, has an MA in Learning Technology from the University of St Thomas. Both have been instrumental in the implementation and training of the one-to-one technology initiative in District 196.