Daily Bulletins

Monday, March 4, 2013


Welcome to Roland-Story Elementary School!

See the menus on the left and at top for helpful links to both elementary
and district-wide resources. Visit Mrs. Hartzler's page for special
announcements and Weekly Happenings. All Staff are listed on one,
easy-to-navigate page, and links to class websites are included where
available.

GOOD MORNING THIS IS MONDAY, MARCH 4, 2013 #126
Welcome to Roland-Story Elementary School!

Breakfast Monday, March 4: breakfast bar, blueberries, milk, juice
Lunch Monday, March 4:corndogs, fritos, cucumbers/dip,applesauce

Breakfast Tuesday, March 5: hot pocket, orange slices, milk juice
Lunch Tuesday, March 5: Spaghetti, lettuce salad, green beans, garlic bread

McTeacher night is back!! Tuesday, March 5 from 4pm - 8pm.  Come with your family and eat at McDonalds.. See your teacher working at McDonalds and help raise money for our school. Come join in on the fun!!

Original Artwork packet with a magnet with your child’s artwork on it was sent home with your child.  If you would like to purchase the enclosed magnet with your child’s drawing on it, please send $6.00 to school or return the magnet with no obligation.  There are also several other art ideas to consider. The deadline is Friday, March 15.  This project is sponsored by PTO.

It’s Time to order your 2012-2013 Roland-Story Elementary School Yearbook only $10.  Order deadline is March 15th.  Checks can be made out to Pete Tekippe Photography.  An picture packet was sent home with your child.  

FRIDAY, MARCH 8--Early Dismissal at 11:15 am Teacher Inservice.

MARCH 12 and March 14: PTC for PK-4th grade.  Early dismissal at 2:15
Art show and PTO Book Fair will take place during conferences. 4pm - 8pm both days

SPRING BREAK March 18 - March 22. NO SCHOOL


ATTENTION KINDERGARTEN AND FIRST GRADE PARENTS!
Upcoming Spring concerts have been changed for the kindergarten and 1st grade.  The concert will be moved up one week to Thursday, April 11.  Kindergarten will perform at 6:45 pm and 1st grade will perform at 7:30 pm. The concert will be at the High School Auditorium.  A note will go home with your child concerning this change.

RS Under Armour jackets are available for purchase.  Cost is $45 and order forms are available in the office.  RS stocking hats and other apparel are also available.  Those order forms can also be found in the office.  All orders are due by noon on Wednesday, 3/6.  Contact Chris Hill at the high school with any questions.

Please continue to save your box tops.  PTO is collecting those and you can bring them in to school anytime. Each box top is worth $.10 and it all goes into the PTO account to be spent at the school.

YOUTH SOFTBALL REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! All Roland Story girls in grades 1st through 6th are invited to participate in the Story County Softball League, sanctioned through Roland Youth Sports. Completed medical forms MUST be handed in with the registration form.  Participants will not be allowed to practice or play without a completed medical form.  Practices start in mid-late April, games begin late May and the season wraps up through a county tournament the last week in June.  Games will be played both home and away.   Further information will be on the forms or on the Roland City websitehttp://www.cityofroland.org/youthsports.htm.  Registration deadline:  MARCH 14, 2013.Coaches Clinic will be held at the Roland Story Middle School on Tuesday, March 5, starting at 6:30 PM. If you are interested in coaching, please contact Colleen Louw at 816-225-5470 or include your name on your daughter’s registration form.
Softball Skills Assessment Night: Tuesday, March 26, from 6:30-8:30 PM, at the Roland Story Middle School Gyms.  It is MANDATORY that girls signing up for softball participate in the skills assessment in order to be drafted to a team.  More information can be found on the Roland City website: http://www.cityofroland.org/youthsports.htm. Absolutely no registrations will be taken after the skills assessment.

**Reminder:  Please remember we still 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 and you are picking them up early that they Check in or out of the office.

Reminder that it is cold outside make sure that you have your hats, mittens, and warm coat.
Please leave snow poles alone before and after school.

**Parents: 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.

We are updating our information for kindergarten screening 2013-2014 school year. If you have a child or know of someone that has a child that will be 5 years old by September 15, 2013, please call the Roland-Story Elementary at 515-733-4386 so that we can verify information or add the name to the list for kindergarten screening in March 2013. Mailings will go out the end of February regarding kindergarten screening.

ROLAND-STORY PRESCHOOL APPLICATION 2013-2014  DUE MARCH 1
Roland-Story offers a preschool class that is housed in the elementary building. This class consists of children that are 3 and 4 years old. It is an integrated program along with children of the same age that have special needs. The program will be                offered to all children who will be 4 by September 15, 2013. The class size is limited to provide all children with a high quality preschool.
Due to the limited size of the classes we will take applications until March 1st. We will then have a lottery type drawing to determine enrollment.  If you are interested, please stop by the elementary office and fill out an application card. (this must be completed by parent)
There will be a box there to drop the applications card in. After the drawing March 1st,  you will be contacted by mail to let you know whether or not your child’s name was drawn and they have a spot in the preschool program. If you have any questions please call the elementary school at 515-733-4386.  Thank you. Mrs. Arnold

Notice:  The make up dates for the Snow Days on December 20, December 21 and January 30 will be Wednesday, May 22 and Thursday, May 23 and Friday, May 24.