Dear Arbor Star Families,
The past few months have flown by, as we find ourselves turning back our time clocks to prepare for another Ohio winter. Our teachers have been working diligently, planning research-based lessons and activities for your children to experience in the classroom. Third grade students participated in a field trip to Holden Arboretum, fifth grade students visited the Planetarium at Euclid High School, grades Kindergarten through five, also played an all-school Fall Bingo game, and University Hospitals, Clifford The Big Red Dog, and the Euclid Police Department modeled safely walking to school, for our annual “National Walk To School Day.” So students can maximize their learning, at Arbor, our STAR students are expected to follow the Arbor Three Rs, by displaying Respectful, Responsible and Ready to Learn behaviors -- at all times. Please review, with your child, what he/she may be learning at school, as well as, appropriate, positive behavior to ensure safety and success.
Your involvement in your child’s education will make a positive difference. Teaching takes place, at Arbor, from 9:00 AM – 3:26 PM. Students eating breakfast at school may arrive between 8:30 AM – 8:50 AM. Students are considered late after the 9:00 AM bell. If a student is tardy to school or released early from school, this does not count as a partial absence. The month of November is a month of giving thanks. Ms. Johnson and I are thankful for the opportunity to spend our days, with your children, at Arbor Elementary. We would like to wish you a warm and relaxing Thanksgiving holiday. We hope you are able to enjoy the Thanksgiving break with family, friends and loved ones.
We are certainly thankful for your support,
Ms. Schutte and Ms. Johnson
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