I cannot believe we are wrapping up the year! It seems like only yesterday that we were walking back into a building that was vacated last March. While this has been an eventful year, we have worked to ensure your child continues to grow academically and socially.
Continue to partner with us for the remaining few weeks to finish this year strong!
Make sure your child is at school EVERY day and ALL day.
If your child is absent, complete assignments on Schoology.
With time change, it’s difficult to maintain bedtime routines.
Make sure your child is getting enough sleep for a successful day at school.
Stay in contact with the school and your child’s teacher(s).
Check grades on HAC and check phone, email, and text messages.
ONLINE Scholastic Book Fair
April 19 – May 2
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“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.”
~ Helen Keller ~
This year, Mitchell Elementary transitioned to an online blog to provide weekly communication for parents and families. If you bookmark this site on your personal device, the information is always at your fingertips.
The format of the blog looks different this week, but our hope is that it is easier to read and access information. Continue to scroll through each entry…and the last entry each week will be an image from the week and an inspirational quote. You can also see what’s current by looking at the post’s date. Keep scrolling if you want to see older posts, or use the menu on the left to navigate to specific online information.
The menu on the left provides many resources:
Please let us know how we can continue to improve our communication with you!
National Library Week
School Librarian Day
Special Thanks to Kerry Gray for enriching our lives!
Please take a moment to complete the Spring Survey:
Congratulations to the following Mitchell Staff Members who exemplify excellence in education:
The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery.
~ Mark Van Doren ~