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Volume 1, Issue 3

November 2022

A Message from Mr. Sobczak

Friends and Families,

We have officially begun Quarter 2 of the school year, and that means conferences are coming up! While I always encourage our families to regularly communicate with teachers and monitor grades on PowerSchool, there is no greater way to get the full picture of your child’s education than to have uninterrupted and focused time to go over their academic progress. If you’re not already signed up, please do so!

Scholastic posted a great article with some tips for parents as they approach conferences; check it out here: https://tinyurl.com/mer9d9va

In addition to conferences and a holiday that involves a turkey, November is also National Family Literacy Month. With things cooling down and more time spent indoors, this is the perfect opportunity to help foster the love of reading within your kids. Whether you’re reading bedtime stories or giving books to them to read on their own, reading for at least 15 minutes every day is a key factor in the future success of our students.

Knowledge is power, and reading is an essential part of gaining that knowledge. From story problems in math to the primary documents in social studies, our kids can’t excel academically if they can’t read. So make an effort to bring home the newspaper, turn on the subtitles, or play “the alphabet game” when in the car, and READ – for the sake of our kids!


Joshua Sobczak

Important Dates
  • Nov. 3 – Parent Teacher Conferences/Half-Day
  • Nov. 4 – Half-Day
  • Nov. 8 – Election Day (No School)
  • Nov. 10 – Picture Retakes
  • Nov. 11 – Late Start/Veteran’s Day Breakfast
  • Nov. 23 – Husky Honors
  • Nov. 24-25 – Thanksgiving Break


  • Be sure to send your kids with warm clothes as things cool down
  • The Lost and Found is filling up – if you’re missing hoodies/water bottles/etc, make sure you have your child check there
    Sign up for text notifications if you haven’t already done so

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