Showing posts from December, 2016

Week of 12/12/16 - 12/15/16

Hello Panthers! I hope you had a wonderful weekend! Personally, I feel like I need another day. It just went too fast and the Cowboys lost :( I want to thank everyone that came out to the school this past week to support your student in various activities. We have amazing support from our parents, families, and community. We had wonderful performances from the band and orchestra during three nights. Our Lady Panthers continue to impress on the court and the boys are looking good as well. We had a wonderful Fun Run on Friday night. Thank you to all the volunteers and vendors that took part! We also have great kids! Part of the Coins for Coats pay off for the winning advisory classes was pie in the face for me and NJHS members. Luckily some of the kids have bad aim! I did get nailed a couple of times though. Needless to say, it was the last straw and the beard had to come off after smelling that whipped cream and not being able to wash it out :)
Lost and Found We will once again have all l…

Week of 12/05/16 - 12/09/16

Hello Panthers! Wow the weekend went fast! Maybe it was the rain. Actually, I think the rain usually slows things down. Anyway, it is back to work! This week will be busy with games and festivities.  Please look at the “Upcoming Events” tab to stay on top of it all. Keep an umbrella handy, the rain doesn’t look like it is going away anytime soon this week :(
Reflections Contest I am happy to announce that we had a student move on to the state level judging for the PTA reflections contest. Congrats Sophia T!
Sign Comes Down I was glad to see that some middle schoolers were actually paying attention to their surroundings and noticed the “Proud to be a Cedar Valley Jag” sign that was in my window. I had a few 8th graders that were actually upset about it. I guess my question was why wasn’t everyone upset? Maybe moving forward I can use it as motivation to remember that we try to do our best in everything that we do. I would really like us to take that to heart in the classroom and our academi…