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Principal's Message

Principal's Corner

A Message from Mr. Veit - June 4, 2021

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Mr. William Veit, Principal
 
Dear Parents and Guardians,

Good afternoon and welcome to June! There is quite a bit of excitement in the air, and plenty of reason for optimism and celebration!

Below are some points from the past week, and things to look forward to:

1.  I would like to thank all the parents and staff that made Wednesday night's outdoor 8th grade banquet such a special event! The masquerade theme was beautiful. The amazing parents who decorated transformed the parking lot into a New Orleans style Mardi Gras festival!   Thank you all so much!

Now, on to promotion!

2.  We are looking forward to a big Thursday next week as we will have yet another Bike to School Event! Please look to the communication sent earlier today from the JK main office for information. Also, on Thursday evening, we will have our first outdoor Spring Concert! We are looking forward to Mrs. Hengeli and the JK bands sharing their musical skills in this end of the year talent showcase!

3.  As a reminder, we only have 5 school lunches left (Monday-Thursday next week, and Monday the following week). Please remind your children that if they are ordering lunch they must inform their teacher during homeroom as we need to keep an accurate count.

4. Please look out for detailed information on remote student book drop off . This information will include dates, times, and instructions, and it will be shared on Monday.

5. Finally, being that spring fever is long past, and summer is on the immediate horizon, we ask your support in reminding the students that as school winds down it is imperative for them to remain focused on their academics, and respectful to their teachers, and to one another. It would be an understatement to say that since being back full time with lunches we have needed to remind the students as to the most basic of expectations. Many of those expectations relate to positive and respectful communication between themselves, and with their teachers. Your support in this common and everyday expectation of respect is most helpful and very appreciated!

Have a great, and hopefully sunny weekend!

Be well,
Mr. Veit