EES PTO NEWS 10/10/2017

October 10, 2017

Thank you
To everyone who came out to our first PTO meeting. Our next one will be Nov 9th immediately following the whole school assembly.

LAST DAYS TO SELL DAN’s CHOCOLATES!
The money we raise pays for school activities such as Skate Night, Math Night, Field Trips, classroom supplies, quick dry clay for Art, Author visits and much, much more!!
Orders and money due back this FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13th!!

CHOCOLATE DELIVERED: About 12 days later (before HALLOWEEN!!) to your child’s classroom (AROUND WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25th).

USE THE FORM HANDED OUT – or go online via this link or www.dansfundraising.com/f6g5

Please support our wonderful school by participating in this annual fundraiser. We make more than half of our PTO budget from this fundraiser! Questions? Email PTO Treasurer Leigh Fisher at leigh.r.fisher.

Teacher Appreciation Poll:
Parents & Guardians!! – let us know your opinion about Teacher Appreciation here at EES. Feel free to use a pseudonym for privacy. The pto

FOUR WINDS FUNDRAISER

Please help us continue to offer the Four Winds program at EES by helping out with our annual fundraiser. We are hosting a bake sale on I-89 at the Williston exits from 8:00-4:00 on Saturday, October 28th. You can help by volunteering to take a shift at the sales table. Shifts are 2 hours. We raise hundreds of dollars each year doing this bake sale but your help is essential.

Here’s the link to sign up: Four Winds Williston Rest Stop Fundraiser, Saturday, October 28th 2017 from 8:00-4:00

Please contact Gail Rose if questions: grosevt or 802-343-5886.

Thank you for your support!

From the Principal:

I understand that there are concerns about some inappropriate behaviors being experienced before school this week. The information that I have received from families indicates that concerns have resulted in rumors about the extent of the behavior. The problem with rumors is that they often become embellished. Such is the case in this instance. There was a elementary classroom tool used inappropriately outside by one student new to our community. As with any instance of inappropriate behavior, steps have been taken to correct the behavior.

We have had an exceptionally higher number of students join our community this fall, and are continuing to work on teaching EES expectations. As students become more comfortable, they will test limits of their environment, which can result in behaviors that are unacceptable. We working to insure that all are aware of the kind of safe, inclusive environment and climate we want for all children. We appreciate the support of all of our parents as we continue the important work of developing appropriate social skills for our community.

Thank you for your understanding,

Dr. Mathias

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