Family Newsletter 5/15/22
We are getting close to the end and I must say that it is bittersweet. The days are really flying by and I'm trying to cherish every minute with the kids still in the building. This week we made more memories- we had our 4th and 5th grade trivia, Mrs. Driscoll's class went to the Seeds of Kindness, 5th grade had a pizza party in the OLC, and our pre K had their graduation. What fun all around!
We also got to start a new fun tradition at Robinson this week. We had students transition up to the next grade on Thursday to meet all of the teachers in the grade that they are going to. The kids shared that they enjoyed it and so did the teachers. We will definitely keep doing this in the future. The purpose is to help reduce anxiety for students. Having a face to a name and knowing what the learning space will look like should help students feel more secure and able to predict what it will be like when they get the class placement information this summer.
Special thank you to the Glendale Kiwanis Club, they brought books for our kindergarteners this week. Thank you!
The Robinson Reading Challenge is coming to a close. Please return your child's reading form on Monday. It's okay if you lost the paper, just write down any books your child read at home 4th quarter. If we hit our goal of 1,000 books, we will tape Dr. OH to the gym wall on Field Day this Friday- YAY!
Lots of events again this week. Please look at the calendar below. Reminder that you can pick up your cardinals tickets in the office. Thanks!
We found out the 4th grade talent show that was previously shared did not work- you may access it here- https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yypTcyWa_FvICUE3DxpW0Qz0_M1a_5xs/view?usp=sharing
Please reach out at any time to share any questions, concerns, or ideas. I am here to help and support you and your family. Thanks for all you do to help keep our students and staff safe.