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Park Ave. Elementary

• April 11- PTO meeting 3:30-4:00 in the Library

• April 16-27 PARCC testing. Make sure your student get lots of rest and a good breakfast.

Please drop off your students on Hartman Street before school.

There have been several incidences where parents are dropping off students on Navajo Street or Park Avenue, in the bus lane, or in the parking lot. This causes congestion with traffic and disrupts the bus flow. Several students have ran across Navajo unattended, which is a major safety hazard. Many students are crossing the parking lot to get to the cafeteria or the office. This is dangerous as there are often cars coming around the corner that do not see the students. Please, for your students safety, use Hartman Street as the only drop off place. Thanks!

••Tiger Time is Park Avenue’s intervention or enrichment block. This occurs Tuesday-Friday from 2:30pm-3:00pm. Students may rotate to different teachers based on their specific need. During this time teachers are engaging students in targeted activities in Math and ELA.

•FROM THE HEALTH OFFICE - Remember if your child has a temperature over 100 or is vomiting please keep him/her home. Because there are so many illnesses going around, we are requiring students to be fever/vomit free for 24 hours before returning to school.

Lydia Rippey Elementary

• April 19-20 Reading Awards Day (Kite flying)

• April 23- PARCC testing for 3rd graders Make sure your kids get lots of rest and a good breakfast beforehand.

• 2nd graders are going on a field trip to Durango Nature Center (all day) April 10: Sheppard and Shaver’s class; April 12: Kelly, Vigil and Webster’s class

• April 27- Kindergartners and 1st graders are going on a field trip to the Alb. Zoo. Students are to be at the school by 6:45 AM and will return by 5:30 PM

WE HAVE A COMMUNITY CUPBOARD set up at Lydia Rippey! This is a cupboard of non-perishable food to help out our community. Please leave what you can and take what you need.Parents, Spring is in the air which means Spring Fever. Please talk to your kids about how to play. We have been seeing a lot of kids in the office for just playing way to rough. Thanks!


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