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  • January Newsletter -- Safety Focus

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie at 1/7/2017

    Greetings Falcon Families and Happy New Year!

     

    Well, we definitely have rung in the new year with some very cold weather.  Thank you for sending your children to school with warm coats, hats, gloves, etc.  When the sun is shining, we rarely keep students inside for recess due to cold temperatures unless the wind chill and/or falling branches/trees would make things potentially unsafe for the students (which was the case during last week's unexpected wind storm on Wednesday).  The long range forecast for daytime high temperatures in January remains quite cold so students will be bundling up at recess. This may result in the "layers" sometimes being left at school.  If you find an item does not come home with your student, please encourage him/her to check the lost & found coat rack right inside the interior lobby doors on the left (NEW spot for lost & found so that students can see the items quickly and easily).  We will continue to place any hats, mittens, and small misc. clothing items in the lost & found cabinet in the MPR.  

     

    To start us off all on the same page for the new year, I thought it would be helpful to send out some information/reminders to support school safety. We have quite a few NEW families that have joined our Falcon family this past fall so this may be a review for most but new information for others.  

     

    Safety Tip #1:  Drop off & Pick Up

    1. The student drop off time begins at 8:10am on M,T,Th,F and 9:45 on Wednesdays. The INTERIOR lobby doors open at 8:10 for students to enter the MPR and get seated for our Morning Meeting (M/T/Th/Fri) and 9:45 on Wednesdays.  We have had an increasing number of students being dropped off at school as early as 7:30 and 7:45 am on regular start days and 9:00 am on Wednesdays and left to wait in an unsupervised setting. 

     

    2. NOTE: The EXTERIOR front doors to the school will NOT open until 8:00 am M,T,Th,F and 9:35 am on Wednesdays.  For student safety, it is VERY important that students not be dropped off at school prior to 8:00/9:35 am or they will be standing outside until the doors unlock at 8:00/9:35 am. If you happen to arrive at school prior to 8:00/9:35 am, PLEASE have your child(ren) remain in the car with you until the exterior doors unlock.This is something that will be reinforced as we move through the remainder of the school year as there is no supervision for students prior to this time.    If a child is dropped off prior to 8:00/9:35 am and is left to wait outside the school unsupervised, parents will be notified by the building secretary as a reminder to ensure student safety.  Thank you for your continued support.

     

    3. The tardy bell rings at 8:25am and the interior doors of the lobby lock for the safety and security of our students.  If you arrive with your child at 8:25 or later, please park and walk him/her into the office and sign your child in.  They will be given a tardy slip and the doors will be unlocked for your child to enter school.  

     

    4. Because our Morning Meeting starts at 8:18, it is strongly encouraged that you drop your children off by 8:15 so they can get seated/situated with their class in order to be ready for our all school meeting.  This meeting concludes at 8:25 when the tardy bell rings and teachers walk their students to class.

     

    5. On Wednesday Late Start days, the interior lobby doors open at 9:45.  For the safety and security of your children, please do not drop them off prior to 9:35.  The tardy bell rings at 10:00 so if you arrive at 10:00 or later, please park and walk your child into the office to sign in.

     

    Safety Tip #2: Updating Family Access

    Please confirm that all address and emergency contact information is correct in Skyward.  This is VERY important to ensure the safety of your children at Victor Falls.  The office staff creates an "emergency release/reunification" binder based on the page they print for each child from Skyward.  The phone numbers are crucial in the event of an emergency as these are the numbers that are connected to our Skylert emergency notification system.  PLEASE plan on logging into Family Access/Skyward to update your information.  For easy access, you can click on the link below.  I have also included a link to the pdf to walk you through the process for updating information.

     

    NOTE:  If you would like a blank hard copy "information update" form instead, please do not hesitate to contact our building secretary (Anngie Woodward).  She will gladly send it home with your student so that you can fill it out and return it to the school.  You are also welcome to drop by our office to get a copy, if needed.

     

    Link to Skylert/Family Access:

    updating-skylert.pdf 

    http://www.sumnersd.org/Page/3772

     

    Safety Tip #3: VFE Safety Committee

    1. We are in the process of forming a Victor Falls Safety Committee that includes parent volunteers.  We will be reviewing our reunification process in the event of an emergency and refining protocols to maximize the safety for students and adults at VFE.

     

    2. If you have a background as an emergency responder (police, firefighter, EMT, medical, etc.), please contact me if you are interested in being a part of the safety committee.

     

    Nuts & Bolts to keep us all on the same page:

    1. With the cold and flu season upon us, please review the link below containing the Sumner School District guidelines from our school health technician (Judy Taylor) on "when to keep your child home."  If your child does need to stay home for any reason, for any pre-arranged/planned absences, or if your child will be arriving late to school, please call or email Mrs.Taylor as soon as possible so that she can document this in our attendance system.  NOTE: If a parent/guardian does not contact Mrs. Taylor, their child's absence will remain unexcused in the system.  Thank you in advance for your understanding.   

     

    To leave a message on Mrs. Taylor's voice message:  (253) 891-4708

    To email: judy_taylor@sumnersd.org

    When to Keep Home.pdf 

     

    2. January is the month for a review of any concerns we have with student attendance and tardies.  If your child has had a significant number of absences or tardies on record during the months of Sept.-Dec., you may be receiving a letter in the mail from the school this coming week.  The letter is designed to communicate how important attendance is to student success at school.  The data shows that the academic rigor involved with our new state standards and school curriculums make the cumulative effect of good school attendance crucial to overall successful long-term graduation rates.  If you receive a letter regarding your child and have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call me.

     

    Upcoming Events at VFE

    1. 1/11 -- Color Splash Day

    2. 1/16 -- MLK Day...NO school

    3. 1/24 -- Jump Rope for Heart kick-off

    4. 2/8 -- Pink & Red Out Twin Day

    5. 2/16 -- Jump Rope for Heart event...5:00-6:00pm

    6. 2/17 & 2/10 -- NO school for Presidents Day weekend

     

    Finally, this past Thursday and Friday we reviewed our PBIS Falcon Expectations as a whole school...Be Safe, Be Respectful, and Be Responsible.  Please ask your child about this as well as what incentives are in place for positive behaviors at Victor Falls. :)  Thank you for your continued support of our school community.   As a reminder, our Falcon Character Trait for the month of January is "self discipline" so please share with us how your child shows "self discipline" by filling out the optional homework page.  Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions on anything in this newsletter.   

     

    Stay safe and warm!  :)

     

    Mrs. Scheerer, Principal

     

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  • December Newsletter

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie at 12/16/2016

    Greetings, Falcon Families-

     

    As we wrap up our last week together before the New Year, I just wanted to take a minute to thank you for sending your amazing children to Victor Falls each day and for partnering with the school on their educational journey.  We have already created so many memories together as a school this fall! The 2nd/3rd grade music performance was wonderful at the PAC last week.  Having the opportunity to look out at the audience to see so many family members that love and support our students warmed my heart. Listening to the kindergarten students over the past week practice for their Thursday music performance at VFE has brought a smile to my face each day. :) These special moments are what make our community unique and connected.

     

    Just a few items for the calendar:

    1. REMINDER: Wednesday (12/14) is the PTO general meeting in the library which includes a Digital Citizenship presentation by some of our VFE students and our building technology leader....7:00-7:45pm.   (Parents, your children can watch a movie in the MPR while you attend the meeting.)
    2. 12/15 -- Kindergarten music performance in MPR at 1:45pm.
    3. 12/16 -- PJ Day
    4. 1/3/17 -- First day back to school
    5. 1/16 -- NO school for MLK Day
    6. 1/24 -- Jump Rope for Heart (kick-off)
    7. 2/16 -- Jump Rope for Heart...5:30-6:30pm

     

    From all of us at Victor Falls, we want to wish you a very peaceful and memorable holiday season!

     

    Mrs. Scheerer, Principal

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  • STEM Club Cancelled for Thursday

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie at 12/7/2016

    Greetings, Falcon Families-

     

    With the "winter weather advisory" in the forecast for Thursday and Friday, we have made the decision to not hold STEM Club on Thursday after school. Please stay tuned for any other weather related changes as they are announced from the Sumner School District via phone/email/district website.  Stay safe! :)

     

    Have a wonderful wrap up to the week-

     

    Mrs. Scheerer, Principal

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  • VFE STEM Club Kick-off

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie at 11/26/2016

    Greetings, Falcon Families-

     

    This is just a quick reminder that Mr. Martin (STEM Specialist) and Mrs. Brines (kindergarten teacher) will be kicking off this year's after school STEM Club with a brief parent/student informational meeting this Thursday, Dec. 1, at 5:00pm in the MPR at Victor Falls...all grades welcome!  The teachers will be going over some important information so please plan to have one family member attend with your student.  STEM Club will meet each Monday and Tuesday after school. :)

     

    It's STEM Club time! First meeting is on Dec 1st at 5:00 for students and parents. Please visit our STEM Club Resources page for more information on how to prepare a science or engineering project and for a project preparation/completion timeline. 

     

    Enjoy the rest of your holiday weekend and we will see you Monday-

     

    Mrs. Scheerer, Principal

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  • November VFE Newsletter

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie at 11/12/2016

    Greetings, Falcon Families!

    As we enter the holiday season, I cannot help but pause and acknowledge how thankful and blessed I am to work in such a caring, compassionate environment with wonderful staff and families. Thank you for sending your amazing children to us each and every day. :)  Because of the generosity of our families, VFE raised $2,665 from the Kindness Adventure jewelry sales.  As a reminder, the sales were not a fundraiser for VFE but to support the next school's assembly (pay it forward) as well as the Kenyan clean water initiative and Kenyan artisans who create the jewelry.  The PTO will write a check for this amount and send it to the Kindness Adventure.  Please encourage your children to continue wearing their jewelry as a reminder that "kindness rocks" and that their smile is a free gift they can give to someone each day.

    Thank you for all your support of the PTO Holiday Craft Fair on 11/5.  Thank you as well for sending in such wonderful pictures for our Veterans Day assembly.  It was a very special time...memorable and meaningful for the students and staff.  My hope is that the longer weekend has given your family time to pause and remember the heart of Veterans Day.

    Upcoming Events at VFE

    1. 11/14-11/18 Conference Week (early release at 11:40 M/T/Th/F and regular late start on Wednesday)...breakfast available each day but lunch will only be served on Wednesday.  It is not too late to schedule a conference if you have not responded to your child's teacher yet...just limited options left.

    2. 11/23-11/25 NO SCHOOL...nice, long Thanksgiving weekend

    3. 11/29 -- Vision & hearing screening at school

    4. 12/1 -- Picture retake day

    5. 12/7 -- 2nd/3rd music program at PAC

    6. 12/8 -- VFE choir to Bonney Lake Senior Center

    7. 12/10 -- Community Dinner at Sumner High School (12:00-4:00)

    8. 12/14 -- PTO General Meeting and Digital Citizenship presentation for parents in the library (7:00-7:45pm)...children can watch a short holiday movie in the MPR while parents are listening to the presentation if childcare is needed

    9. 12/15 -- Kindergarten music performance for families in MPR at VFE (2:15-2:45)...please remember that parking is very limited during the school day so carpool if you can. 

    10. 12/19-1/2/17 -- Winter Break...school resumes Tues., Jan. 3, 2017

    Finally, as was shared in last month's newsletter, we raised over $11,700 in the walk-a-thon.  One of the highly desired items for purchase is a new tube slide to replace the one that was removed from the Big Toy last summer.  The material cost for the replacement tube slide with tax is $4,665.88.  This is all that the PTO would have to donate.  The district will pay installation costs and will pay to replace the pea gravel with engineered wood chips at the time of installation.  Great deal!  Because of the cost associated with the purchase, the PTO needs to take a vote for approval.  They have created a Survey Monkey for voting...here is the link:  

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XQ68ZJF

    Please vote online by Fri., Nov. 18.  Thank you!

     

    Thank you for your continued support of our school community.   As a reminder, our Falcon Character Trait for the month of November is "compassion" so please share with us how your child shows compassion by filling out the "compassion" optional homework page.  Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions on anything in this newsletter.   

     

    Have a wonderful holiday season!

     

    Mrs. Scheerer, Principal

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  • Veterans Day Assembly Pictures

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie at 10/30/2016

    Greetings, Falcon Families!

    As part of our upcoming Veterans Day assembly on Nov. 10, we will be sharing a slide show of military pictures submitted by VFE families and staff.  If you have a picture including a family member that is a Veteran that you would like to contribute, please just attach it to a reply to this email by Sat., Nov. 5.

    Thank you & have a wonderful week!

    Mrs. Scheerer, Principal

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  • Kindness Adventure...a big hit at VFE!

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie at 10/28/2016

    Greetings, Falcon Families!

     

    As we wrap up a very busy week at VFE, I just wanted to highlight a special assembly that we experienced as a school community on Thursday when the Kindness Adventure visited Victor Falls. I have a feeling that you may have already heard about this from your child....but please take a look at the blue link for more information.  :)  The Kindness Adventure is a "pay-it-forward" program, and our PTO will be following up with a sale of handmade jewelry from Kenya to remind students to BE KIND and to support future Kindness Adventure assemblies in our area as well as the "clean water" initiative for communities in Kenya (see attached flier that was also sent home with your children on Wednesday for sale details).

     

    Sales will occur during student lunches on the following dates next week: 11/ 1, 11/2, 11/3

         **Reminder:  Please make checks out to "VFE PTO"

    The sale will also continue during the PTO Holiday Craft Fair on Saturday (11/5)...9:00-3:00.

     

    Finally, with all the fun activities and celebrations planned for Monday (10/31) in the classrooms and around the school, PLEASE remember to not send students to school in costumes.  We are, however, having "orange and black" day on Monday if students would like to dress accordingly.

     

    Have a wonderful last weekend of October!

     

    Mrs. Scheerer, Principal

    Kindness Adventure Jewelry.pdf 

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  • Watch D.O.G.S. at VFE

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie at 10/26/2016

    Greetings, Falcon Families-

    We had a wonderful turnout for our Watch D.O.G.S. program kick-off on Tuesday night!!!  Thank you to all who were able to participate.  For those that may not have been able to join us or were not able to sign up at the event, I have included some information below to complete the process.

    1. Link here for the SignUp Genius to see what days are still available.  Please let us know if a day you would like to volunteer (child's birthday, etc.) is not showing on the SignUp Genius, and we will do our best to work with your schedule.
    2. Link here to sign up for your Volunteer Clearance for the Sumner School District.  This is required each school year BEFORE you can volunteer in any capacity at Victor Falls Elementary.  The process can take up to 2 weeks for approval so please start the process early.  If you have questions, please contact our building secretary, Anngie Woodward.
    3. Link here if you would like to purchase Watch D.O.G.S. gear. :)

     

    Looking forward to your positive presence at VFE! 

    Have a nice evening-

    Mrs. Scheerer, Principal

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  • October Newsletter

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie at 10/15/2016

    Greetings, Falcon Families!

     

    With all the crazy wind in the forecast this afternoon, I thought I would get the VFE October Newsletter out sooner rather than later. :)  Thank you again for all your support with our annual PTO walk-a-thon fundraiser.  Because of your generosity and effort, we raised over $11,700 which will help support all the wonderful "extras" that make Victor Falls such a great community for our students.  One "crucial" item put on the list by our students is the replacement of the "tube" slide on the big toy (it had to be removed over the summer due to wear & tear resulting in safety concerns). We have lots more to cover so let's dive right in.

     

    Nuts & Bolts to keep us all on the same page:

     

    With the cold and flu season upon us, please review the link below containing the Sumner School District guidelines from our school health technician (Judy Taylor) on "when to keep your child home."  If your child does need to stay home for any reason, for any pre-arranged/planned absences, or if your child will be arriving late to school, please call or email Mrs.Taylor as soon as possible so that she can document this in our attendance system.  NOTE: If a parent/guardian does not contact Mrs. Taylor, their child's absence will remain unexcused in the system.  Thank you in advance for your understanding.   

    To leave a message on Mrs. Taylor's voice message:  (253) 891-4708

    To email: judy_taylor@sumnersd.org

    When to Keep Home.pdf 

     

    It is that time of the year again to confirm that all address and emergency contact information is correct in Skyward.  This is VERY important to ensure the safety of your children at Victor Falls.  The office staff creates an "emergency release/reunification" binder based on the page they print for each child from Skyward.  The phone numbers are crucial in the event of an emergency as these are the numbers that are connected to our Skylert emergency notification system.  PLEASE plan on logging into Family Access/Skyward to update your information by Thursday, October 20.  For easy access, you can click on the link below.  I have also included a link to the pdf to walk you through the process for updating information.

     

    NOTE:  If you would like a blank hard copy "information update" form instead, please do not hesitate to contact our building secretary (Anngie Woodward).  She will gladly send it home with your student so that you can fill it out and return it to the school.  You are also welcome to drop by our office to get a copy, if needed.

     

     

    Link to Skylert/Family Access:

    updating-skylert.pdf 

    http://www.sumnersd.org/Page/3772

     

     

    Kindergarten Highly Capable Services Referral Period:  Oct. 11-25

    Do you know a kindergarten student who performs at significantly advanced academic levels when compared with other kindergartners?  Consider referring them for Sumner School District’s Highly Capable Services.

    Characteristics of Highly Capable learners could include:

    • Analytical thinker
    • Accelerated learner
    • Advanced language speaker
    • Self-motivated

    Referral packet and forms are available at www.sumnersd.org.  

     

     

    Did you know that there is a website that staff and families can use to order VFE spirit wear?   :)

    https://agpestores.com/sportsconnection/groups.php

    First you need to select "Victor Falls" on the list and then enter the password "VFS1."

    1. District Paraeducator subs needed...If you are not interested in working full time but would be interested in some intermittent work, this is a great opportunity!  The district's online application can be found on the website under the "Careers" tab on the right-hand side of the main page.
    2. If your family is need of additional community resources as we move through the school year, our counselor Vicki Johnson is a wonderful contact person.  She can be reached during the school day by calling the direct school line: (253) 891-4700.  In the meantime, here is a great list she has compiled for you to reference, if/when needed.Helpful Information and Resources for VFE Families.docx
    3. Just a reminder:As the mornings get darker and stormier, sometimes a late arrival might be the outcome. The tardy bell rings at 8:25am and the interior doors of the lobby lock for the safety and security of our students.  If you arrive with your child at 8:25 or later, please park and walk him/her into the office and sign your child in.They will then be given a tardy slip and the doors will be unlocked for your child to enter school.  For safety & security reasons, please refrain from walking your child to the classroom after the tardy bell rings.  If your child is struggling with going to class for some reason, we can assist you in the office.

     

     

    Upcoming Events at VFE

    • 10/20 -- School Picture Day
    • 10/20 -- Great American Shakeout (earthquake drill).  This is always a great opportunity to review safety and emergency preparedness with your children as you see appropriate.  Teachers will be reviewing basic safety during an earthquake as it would be handled at VFE.  Here is a link that you might find helpful in your conversations with your children. Shakeout
    • 10/21 -- PTO limo rides for walk-a-thon "winners"
    • 10/25 -- Watchdog Kick-off Night (6:00-7:00pm)...RSVP forms were due back on Friday (10/14).
    • 10/26 -- Kindness Adventure Assembly.  This is a wonderful opportunity for our students with a very positive message being conveyed: The Kindness Adventure assembly gets to the heart of bullying by showing that differences are not something to fear, but rather to respect and celebrate.  This is a "pay it forward" assembly meaning that we are not charged for the assembly.  In the week following the assembly, there will be African jewelry for sale facilitated by the PTO (culminating with the opportunity to purchase at the PTO Craft Fair).  All proceeds from the jewelry sales go to paying for the next school's assembly and to supporting the African village that made the jewelry. Please watch your child's backpack for more information.  PLEASE Note: Because we have such limited seating during our assemblies, we ask that this assembly only be attended by the students and staff. :)  Thank you for understanding!
    • 10/31 -- Kindergarten Fall Festival...1:30-2:45  Note: PLEASE have students refrain from wearing costumes to school on Oct. 31.
    • 11/4 -- Popcorn Friday
    • 11/5 -- PTO Craft Fair
    • 11/10 -- Veterans Day school assembly...please watch your email for more information on how you can send in a picture of a Veteran you would like to honor in our school slide show.
    • 11/11 -- No School in honor of Veterans Day
    • 11/14-11/18 -- school conference week...please watch for more information coming directly from your child's teacher on signing up for a day/time.

     

     

    To wrap things up, here is a notification from the Sumner School District on how you will be contacted in the event of a school/district emergency:

    When inclement weather occurs, our goal is to make information available to families about school closure or changes in the school schedule by 5:30 a.m. In this digital age, here's how we can quickly reach you with this information:

    • Family Access: Log into Family Access and click on "Skylert" located in the left-side column. The options you can choose in the "Emergency" column designate how we contact you with closure or school schedule changes. Please be aware that if all "emergency" boxes are checked for various contacts, you could receive closure or changes in the school schedule information multiple ways!  By house phone, cell phone, email, and text.
    • FlashAlert: The Sumner School District uses FlashAlert Newswire (previouslyorg) to inform media and parents of weather closures and school schedule information. Families can subscribe to information posted on the Newswire atwww.flashalert.net.

    Please continue to stay informed by accessing the Emergency Hotline (253-891-6001), the Sumner School District website and staying connected on Facebook and Twitter.   

     

     

    Thank you for your continued support of our school community.   We have been working on "initiative" as our Falcon Character Trait for the month of October.  As you plan ahead and work with your children at home, November will be "compassion"...how appropriate to follow our Kindness Adventure Assembly.  Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions on anything in this newsletter.   

     

    Have a wonderful, safe month!

     

    Mrs. Scheerer, Principal

     

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  • September Newsletter

    Posted by Martina Scheerer at 9/19/2016

    Greetings, Falcon Families-

     

    With the kindergarteners and preschoolers arriving last week, our student body is now complete and full of energy! :)  The first day of fall is Thursday (hints of it have been in the air) which means that more layers will be worn to school and potentially left at school...ooops!  This is just a reminder that our "lost and found" tends to get quite full and can be checked by students and parents/guardians as needed.

     

    Fall also means illnesses tend to get passed around which means potential absences.  Please remind students of the importance of coughing and sneezing away from their friends and into their elbows and washing/sanitizing hands regularly.  If a sickness does require a student to stay home from school, please remember to call VFE to inform our health technician of your child's absence...(253) 891-4708. Minimizing school absences is vital to student achievement, especially with the new CKLA and Eureka math curriculums, which require learning opportunities that can only be experienced within the classroom setting and difficult to make up at home.

     

    Upcoming events at VFE:

    1. Grades 1-5 will be MAP testing this week.  Please see your teacher's communication to determine the exact days for testing.  Here is a parent link with a snapshot A-Parents-Guide-to-MAP-.pdf and more detailed information on MAP testing is attached to this newsletter as well. 

    2. VFE Choir practice starts for 4th/5th graders on Sept. 22.

    3. SBA/MSP results will be mailed home for our current 4th and 5th graders on Sept. 23.  If you do not receive your child's results in the mail by Fri., Sept. 30 and he/she attended VFE during the 2015-16 school year, please contact our main office.

    4. Conflict Manager Training in the library for selected 5th graders (our school counselor Ms. Johnson will notify those chosen for the job)...Sept. 29 (3:10-4:30)

    5. PTO Scholastic Book Fair in library...Sept. 28-Oct. 5

        **Parents can visit the library with their children before/after school or students can visit the Book Fair during their recess.

    6. Popcorn Friday...Sept. 30

    7. Annual VFE Walk-a-Thon Fundraiser (look for more information to come home with your child)...Wed., Oct. 5

        **There will be a PTO General meeting in the MPR at 3:15 following the Walk-a-Thon.

    8. NO SCHOOL...Fri., Oct. 7

    9. School Picture Day...Thurs., Oct. 20

    10. WatchDog kick-off night (please look for more information to come home with your child)...Tues., Oct. 25 (6:00-7:00pm)

     

     

    Thank you for your ongoing partnership in educating "safe, respectful, and responsible" Falcons.  Please do not hesitate to contact me or our main office staff if you have questions about events at VFE.  Happy first day of fall this week!

     

    Mrs. Scheerer, Principal

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