Principal's Message

Dear Parents and Guardians, 

It’s hard to believe we are beginning the second trimester of the school year already.  So many exciting activities and great learning has taken place since September.  We are proud of what we’ve accomplished and continue to work toward our goals.


Below are some of the highlights of things happening here at school:

 Parent Conferences and Report Cards:  Thank you for attending our parent teacher conferences.  It was great to see everyone engaged in conversations about student growth and learning.  Our report cards went home on December 8th.  We made a few changes on them this year.  Please let us know if you have any questions concerning your child’s progress.


 Geography Focus:  This year our site team has created virtual geography activities for our teachers to share in their classrooms.  Our first activity was all about Argyle.  We are creating a bulletin board of selfies of the places we’ve visited around the world.  If your students has a selfie to share please send it in.


 Proud to be a SCOT:  You may have noticed the new bucket filler slips and student of the month awards that have gone home.  We are working on the core values of respect, responsibility, citizenship, and trustworthiness.


 Benchmark Assessments in ELA and Math:  During the month of January, students in Grades K-6 will be taking STAR reading and math assessments to determine the amount of progress they’ve made since the beginning of the school year.  Your child’s teacher will share those results with you as soon as they are compiled.


 Thank You:  To all the parents who helped during our fall holiday events.  We appreciate your support and enjoy having you visit our classrooms.


 Donated Supplies/Lost and Found:  Just a reminder to check our lost and found table by the Main Office.  We also have donated school supplies if your child is in need of pencils or paper.


We know how busy and hectic this time before December break can be.  We appreciate your support in getting your children to school, helping them with their homework, and attending their activities.


Enjoy this holiday season.  We hope to see you at our school celebrations.

Mrs. Wood