Calvary Families please help make our Book Fair a success by supporting our school library and SHOPPING VIRTUAL with Mrs. Keeling. Easy shopping, easy payment with a credit card through eWallet, easy curbside pick up. Just visit our Calvary Elementary School Webpage at https://www.marion.kyschools.us/o/ces Click on the Virtual Shopping News and read more for links and info. Supporting our book fair means buying new books and robotics for OUR school library. We also give students books through the year using these profits. It takes us all purchasing a little something. Thank you!
Want to shop book fair complete virtual right from our book fair at Calvary?? Tomorrow Mrs. Keeling has set up some appointments to Video Call you in Facebook messenger or your child's Google Meet. Go to our School webpage and click on the Book Fair Webpage link in the News section. It will also have a link to the Google form to sign up for virtual shopping tomorrow. I have nine slots possible a couple more if others shop in less than 30 minutes. Pay with credit card or eWallet. Pick up from 3:00-4:30 tomorrow evening curbside.
Some reminders for tomorrow October 22nd, 2020. Individually wrapped candy or treats for Halloween parties need to be brought into school tomorrow due to Friday being NTI day. Also, Friday's dress up day will be moved to Next Tuesday October 27th. Finally, look for a live feed update about Virtual Purchasing from our book fair with Mrs. Keeling during the day on Friday this week.
Dragons, our Book Fair begins this week. Please take a look at our School Website for a ton of information regarding all that is going on. There is also a link to a Book Fair Website to explain all our events. Students should have brought home several papers from Mrs. Keeling on Thursday explaining our events. Don't forget Tuesday - Friday Dress up events this week.
Students : don't forget to bring a small stuffed pig (or other animal) to school with you on Friday for our Challenge Course event. Please try to mark them on the tag with your name and keep in book bag until your turn on the course.
Congratulations to Klaire Garrett on winning 1st Place in 1st Grade Ham Days Poster Contest at the County Level.
We're excited to offer local apples from Hinton's Orchard & Farm Market this week in our schools!
Don't forget: Our first re-entry date for Distance-Learners who want to return to In-Person learning is Wed., September 23. Please contact your child's school if your child will be transitioning to In-Person learning.
The following is a message from the MCPS Transportation Department we emailed to families earlier today: Parents, Given the circumstances surrounding COVID-19, we cannot currently allow what we historically have called "note riders" -- that is, students who bring a note in order to ride a bus when they typically do not use MCPS transportation. For example, a student would not be able to bring a note indicating that he/she will ride a bus to a friend's house on a particular day. In the past, we've been able to accommodate those situations, but with our current set of COVID-19-related health requirements, this is not possible. However, we are able to work with families if a student who normally rides a bus needs to be dropped off at a different location. For example, some students may occasionally need to be dropped off at a relative's home. As we continue to receive health-related guidance, we'll update our procedures and share that information with you. Thank you and please stay healthy.
Reminder: Our first re-entry date for students currently enrolled in Distance-Learning is September 23. Please communicate with your school if your child plans to return to In-Person learning.