Elementary School Daily Bulletin

NO SCHOOL - Teacher Inservice Day

Welcome to Roland-Story Elementary School!

 

10/21/2014 BREAKFAST: pancake stick, orange slices, milk/juice

LUNCH: ham & cheese, french fries, green beans, pineapple

10/22/2014 BREAKFAST: breakfast pizza, banana, milk/juice

LUNCH: crispito, chips/cheese, cantaloupe slice

 

School Carnival – The carnival committee needs some additional volunteers to make the 2015 event a success! The carnival will be on February 27th and is a fun time for the entire family. Volunteer positions available for various levels of time commitments.  Please contact Audrey Heaberlin (draymom@rocketmail.com) for more information at 515-460-3706.

The Roland Library will be holding its second annual Fall Fun Day on Monday October 20th from 1-2 pm.  Children of all ages are invited. Remember to BYOP-Bring Your Own Pumpkin for decorating.  There will also be crafts, games, and hot apple cider.  Costumes are encouraged but not required. Please contact the Roland Library for more information about this fun day!

Also, the LEGO Club will be meeting Saturday October 18th from 1-2 pm at the Roland Library.  Ages 5 and up are welcome to attend.

Norsemen Fan Apparel Sale (WE NOW HAVE ORDER FORMS IN THE OFFICE): Norsemen fan apparel is available NOW for you and your family!  Choices include t-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, headband, bag, camo print shirt and more!  Flyers and order forms are available in each of the school offices or you may visit this link to view products and print out the order form Norsemen Fan Apparel athttp://www.roland-story.k12.ia.us/hs/index.php. Orders are due by 8:30 AM on Monday, October 27th.   Orders will arrive before Christmas so this is a great way to get some of your shopping done!   All proceeds will benefit the Roland-Story After Prom.  Any questions, contact Stacey Erickson at 733-2688 or Kathy Hovick at the High School.

 

Roland-Story PTO is sponsoring our bi-annual can and bottle recycling day as a fundraiser for the K-8 school field trips. You can help out by donating your 5 cent refundable cans and bottles.   Donations will be collected door to door in Story City on Saturday morning, October 18th, or donations can be dropped off at the corner of Broad Street and Elm Avenue from October 15th-18th.  Volunteers are needed both on October 16th (after the 1:00 PM dismissal) to place fliers on doors in Story City and on October 19th at 8:00 AM to collect and sort all donations.  If interested in helping please contact Eileen Wuebker at 515-291-9420

 

The Roland-Story School District would like to inform you of the Angel Gift Program.  This is a Christmas gift opportunity for families in need of support during the holidays.  The gifts are purchased by donors or through donations.  The children who receive the gifts may not receive gifts this holiday season without this program.  The families are members of the Story City and Roland communities.  Gifts are distributed just before Christmas.

If you would like to be a part of this program, either to give or to receive, please contact Alyssa Loots at: 515-733-4386 or 515-290-9899 by November 6th.  Family applications are available in the elementary office.  Gift lists will be distributed to donors on November 21st.  All gifts must be delivered to Immanuel Lutheran Church by December 9th.  Gift pick-up for the families will be on December 17th.

 

The Britson Park and Athletic Complex (www.britsonpark.org) is continuing fundraising efforts for the complex and  will be hosting a TURKEY TROT - 5K Run/Walk, Saturday, November 8, at the Roland Story Middle School, starting at 9am.  The BPAC is a youth softball/baseball/soccer park in the city of Roland to accommodate the Roland Story youth softball, baseball and soccer programs.  The Roland KIWANIS will be serving pancakes and sausages during and after the race, which is also open to the public. Registration forms are available here or can be found on the park website:  http://www.britsonpark.org/5kturkeytrot/5K2014TurkeyTrot.pdf


Come out for a fun morning of good exercise and support our community youth programs!

 


​Enterovirus is a common virus, with more than 100 strains.  Due to the harshness of symptoms for some, I have provided two links from the CDC with general info and guidelines:  http://www.cdc.gov/non-polio-enterovirus/about/EV-D68.html and http://www.cdc.gov/non-polio-enterovirus/about/EV68-infographic.html .
Take comfort in knowing I am monitoring illnesses, and we are disinfecting frequently touched surfaces in all rooms on a regular basis.  Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.  I am happy to talk with you!  Kristin, RN

 

Coat weather is here!  Please send a jacket with your child to school...morning recess -especially- is pretty chilly.

 

Roland-Story and the Iowa High School Athletic Association and Iowa Girls Union want to promote sportsmanship at all of our athletic contests.  Please be respectful of both teams in actions and comments.  Please be kind to our guests.  If you come to games, please be there to support our team and not running around.  Thanks!




The first every Story County Crime Stoppers 5k will take place at Ada Hayden heritage park in North Ames on Saturday, October 18.  Registration/Packet Pickup is at 8:00 AM and the race begins at 9:00 AM.  Age divisions are 10 and under, 11-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+.  Registration fee is $10 for kids (17 and under), $20 for adults, $40 for families.  Medals will be given to the overall winner and the top finisher in each age division.

 

RS Athletic Booster Memberships

The Roland Story Athletic Booster Foundation is accepting Norse, Red, Black, White and Family memberships. Membership forms are available on the High School\Athletic\Booster webpage. The Foundation’s purpose and objectives are: (1) to promote and foster interest in and goodwill toward all athletic programs within the R-S school district, (2) to bring into closer relationship the home, school, and fans who follow athletics, (3) to secure for all athletic programs the highest standards and advantages a program can provide, (4) to assist the athletic programs via work projects, fund raising events and providing volunteers when needed and (5) to stimulate fair play and good sportsmanship by parents, fans, coaches and participants.


 

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Please recycle your old cell phones and used printer cartridges.  You can turn these into the office.  We have earned $800 so far from the recycling of printer cartridges and old cell phones.   Thank you from PTO

**Reminder:  Please remember we ask ALL visitors in the building to check into the office and get a visitor badge. 
**We also ask that if your child is coming in late or you are picking them up early that they check in or out of the office. 
**The north parking lot is for pull through only in the mornings.  If you plan to get out of your car, please park in the parking lot.




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