PDF Easter Basket Parent Letter

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GIRL SCOUT SIGN UP NIGHT!

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Click Here to Download the Christmas Program!

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Starting Monday, Nov 30, MSCSD will prepare hot lunch meals for students, K-6, that are in quarantine or online learning. You MUST call the school daily by 9:00 A.M. and notify them that you wish to take part in this opportunity. Meals will be available for pickup only between 11-12

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COVID Notification Letter

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Parent Letter #5

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-Click Here to Sign-Up For Email and/or Text Alerts School Alerts-

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Return to Learn Matrix

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State Technology Access Survey

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School Clinic Flyer

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Summer Lunch Program

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Book Fair

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Return to Learn Update:

Happy Tuesday afternoon! It’s been a while since I’ve sent out an update, and I’m sure people have questions. July 1 is the magic date by which all school districts have to submit their Return to Learn plans to the state. This plan is very, very different from plans for reopening school in the fall. The Return to Learn plan is basically a series of check boxes that indicate what sources of data districts will collect as they continue to plan. Reopening school buildings is a very different process. Plans and discussions are ongoing about schedules, cleaning strategies, traffic flow, etc…The recent reopening guidance from the state clearly says that schools are to plan on meeting in-person in the fall. Questions about requiring face masks and other logistical issues are going to need to be discussed further with more guidance from the state. There is very little about the COVID-19 landscape that is solid and unchanging. One thing that you can take to the bank is that everyone connected to the school district is working, thinking, and planning for the most effective ways to keep everyone as safe as possible as we resume school this fall. There will be more information coming out throughout the summer. As always, let me know if you have any questions.

Mike
mike.peterson@mscsd.org

Parents, please be aware. PTO Fundraiser. ... See MoreSee Less

Parents, please be aware. PTO Fundraiser.

 

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Dustin, Michelle, let me know what the kiddos themes are. I'd love to help. 🙂

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Tiny Tigers’ Preschoolers listened to the book “Not A Box” by Antoinette Portis. The book is about how a rabbit changes boring boxes into something magical using his imagination. On Thursday, the preschoolers were broken into groups and they had to decide what they would change their boring brown box into. Then they all had to work together to draw a picture of what it would look like.

Today they got to use items they brought from home to create their small group masterpieces! It was so much fun watching them work together and having discussions on what they should add to make their creation even better! Thanks to all the parents for supplying us with awesome materials 😊.
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Love this book! I have boxes the kids sit in while I read to them!! On the outside of the boxes I wrote, "This is NOT a BOX!😆

3rd grade Spanish, reviewing their 'frutas in peras'! ... See MoreSee Less

When living in Iowa..... have fun in the snow!!! I have a feeling those boots will be needed through the long spring thaw. ... See MoreSee Less

When living in Iowa..... have fun in the snow!!! I have a feeling those boots will be needed through the long spring thaw.

Morning Sun Elementary School is on a 2 hr. delay tomorrow, Tuesday, February 16th. Also to Breakfast ... See MoreSee Less

Morning Sun Elementary School is cancelled for tomorrow, Monday, Feb 15th ... See MoreSee Less

No school on Monday, February 15. Stay warm and safe.

Mr. Steve
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COVID has brought a lot of changes to our school experience: masks, social distancing, less shared objects, continual cleaning of shared objects, hand washing, virtual parent teacher conferences, fewer field trips, lack of public performances, etc. However, there have been some unexpected benefits, too. One unusual one is with the music room chairs. Each class period, the children wipe down their chair seats for the next child to use. LOOK AT THESE CHAIRS! They are becoming NEW looking! The built in grime over the years is gradually being wiped away! ... See MoreSee Less

COVID has brought a lot of changes to our school experience:  masks, social distancing, less shared objects, continual cleaning of shared objects, hand washing, virtual parent teacher conferences, fewer field trips, lack of public performances, etc.  However, there have been some unexpected benefits, too.  One unusual one is with the music room chairs.  Each class period, the children wipe down their chair seats for the next child to use.  LOOK AT THESE CHAIRS!  They are becoming NEW looking!  The built in grime over the years is gradually being wiped away!Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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I was in band when we got those chairs.

I may add that my children have never been more healthy than they have been this winter, thus the parents have been healthy.

Preschool Signup is happening NOW for the 21-22 school year.

Preschool Requirements:

Child must be 4 years old by Sept. 15th.

Morning Sun residents/open enrolled students get first priority on open slots.

20 students is the maximum amount of students allotted into the program each year.

Preschool Days - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

Hours - 10:00-12:30

No monthly fee - part of the Statewide Voluntary Preschool Program Grant.

Please call the school now to get your child registered.
319-868-7701.
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