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Dear KES Families,
April has been busy with the kinds of special events and activities we have all come to love and expect at KES!
We are so appreciative of the PTO for the support of these, and many other enriching programs, held throughout the year. All of this made possible by the generous donations, volunteering and participation of KES families, and of course, the direct support of the PTO Executive Board and Chairpersons. The upcoming KES PTO Adult Spring Social is the major fundraiser for the year, so thank you in advance to those of you planning to attend- enjoy your night out!
EARLY PICK-UP DISMISSAL
As we approach the final three months of school, we want to remind you of how we manage early student pick up/dismissal. If your family finds the need for a change of dismissal plans, please write a note, review the note with your child, and send the note to school with your child in the morning. If the need arises to change dismissal plans after the start of the school day, you need to call the school as early as possible, preferably by noon, but no later than 2:00 pm. You must follow up the call with an email; we need written documentation of any change of dismissal plan.
Thank you very much for your attention to the system that we have in place. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out.
REGULAR PICK-UP DISMISSAL
With the relocation of the pick-up area this year due to the flood damage on side “A” of the building, parents are now having to find their way over to the Plaza area to the door at Art Room B. We ask that parents use the sidewalks, staying to the right, in order to leave space for students to walk to their buses. Please DO NOT cross the driveway between buses on your way to or from the pick-up location; this creates a significant safety issue.
LOST AND FOUND
Over the course of the year, students misplace or forget to take home various articles of clothing or lunch accessories. We currently have an organized display of the aforementioned in the cafeteria. Please encourage your children to check the ‘Lost and Found’ during their lunch period. In addition, you are welcome to stop by KES to look for missing items. We hope to find the rightful owners for these items by May 15 at which time any remaining items will be donated to the local Community Center.
MAKERSPACE CLUB- DONATIONS
Makerspace Club have started and the kids are having a wonderful time building and creating. Whether or not your child is currently part of the Makerspace Club, we would appreciate any donations of the following items to use now, and in the future:
Students can bring these items to the Library. Parents can drop off these items at the front door with our Greeter, Paul Sarli. Thank you so much for your generosity and support.
We look forward to reaching out again next month with a report on all the exciting things taking place here at KES as well as important information.
Cristy Harris, Principal and Kweon Stambaugh, Assistant Principal