Our next spirit wear site sale is scheduled for tomorrow, September 29th from 2:30- 3:15pm in front of the library. Cash, check, and cards accepted. Any questions please feel free to contact Robert Gonzalez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The APEX Crew is back for our 2nd annual fun run. Attached is a FAQ sheet to help answer any questions. The fun run day for A&B is on Wednesday 9-28-16. We need parent help that day, and your main job will be to mark the t-shirts of students as they complete laps and cheer them on! This is Apex’s way of keeping track of the laps that students run. Please let us know if you have any questions.
Ahoy, Me Hearties! Stone Lake’s “Bookaneer” Book Fair is coming up on Oct. 10th -14th. Shop for dastardly great books all week! See the flyer for Fair hours and be on the “lookout” for the sign up genius for volunteer opportunities. We need “all hands on deck” for this one!
Where did Lexia go? The Lexia log-on is now located inside of the portal along with other apps such as ThinkCentral, Wonders, Google Drive, etc. Click the Portal Icon located on the left-hand side of the page. Students will log into the portal just like they do at school. Once inside the portal, they will be able to go directly to Lexia.
The APEX Crew is back for our 2nd annual fun run. Attached is a FAQ sheet to help answer any questions. Also included in this email is a link to sign-up and volunteer for the fun run. We need parent help that day, and your main job will be to mark the t-shirts of students as they complete laps and cheer them on! This is Apex’s way of keeping track of the laps that students run. Please let us know if you have any questions.
APEX and Stone Lake PTO
Complete the order form below and return with full payment
(payable to Stone Lake Elementary PTO) to your child’s teacher or the front office.
Contact Robert Gonzalez at email@example.com with any questions.
Red Ribbon Week focuses on educating students about healthy choices, especially the choice to avoid drugs, alcohol, and tobacco. The need for prevention efforts never diminishes. Being bully free, teaches students to accept and celebrate the differences in each other, not to be a bully, not to accept being bullied, or allow others to be bullied. This week will provide students the opportunity to participate in activities that focus on making positive, caring, lifestyle choices, while promoting community service. The following is an agenda of our school’s activities.
The Scholastic Book Fairs’ Monster Book Fair is coming to Stone Lake!
Please read below for all the scary details
This week Stone Lake Educators invite you to Parent University. September 16 (Wednesday) for K-3, and September 17 (Thursday) for grades 4-6. Please read the flyer(s) below for the details.
Welcome Dads and Father-Figures of Stone Lake Elementary School!
Thank you for taking the time to volunteer at Stone Lake Elementary School for the WATCH D.O.G.S. Program for the 2015-2016 school year! Please feel free to sign up for more than one day as the entire school year is listed. You may decide to sign up for a full day or a half-day of service. On your day of service, please be sure to wear your official WATCH D.O.G.S. t-shirt. If you need to order one, please visit the watchdogs.org website to order one. They are approximately $15 plus shipping and handling charges. You will need to allow a least a week for delivery prior to your day of service. We look forward to partnering with you this year!
To sign up for this program, please click on the link:
Mrs. Dreena Freeman
Stone Lake Elementary School