January Update


January wanted to let us all know it was here with the snow and cold weather! Please be sure that your child(ren) are dressing for the weather. We have outdoor recess daily if the temperature is above 16 degrees. Sleds are allowed but MUST be the flexible roll up kind, sleds are NOT allowed on the bus. 

We will be having a special All School Meeting Thursday, January 9th at 9:00 am for a special surprise and the Dance-off from the November food drive. Please join us for this special assembly. 

As usually Center Woods is a busy place. We will be sending six students to the Upper Elementary on January 17th at 9:00 am for the combined CWES/CWUES Spelling Bee. Congratulations and good luck to all of the first place and runners-up: Third Grade: Kaitlyn O. and Brylie G. Second Grade: Owen G. and Avarie B. First Grade: Emma M. and Lily M. 

Invention Convention is around the corner! Please be sure to get your the forms in ASAP so you can get your inventors journal and be ready for February 16th when the invention convention will take place. 

Are you saving your box tops? The PTO is sponsoring a Box Top Battle for the month of January. Which grade level will collect the most box tops? Get them in by February 1st to support your grade level. 

Dates to Remember:
1/10- School Board Meeting 6pm/ Public Budget Hearing 7pm @ Weare Middle School 
1/11- Special All School Meeting 9am
1/15- No School in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day
1/17- CWES/CWUES Spelling Bee 9am @ CWUES
1/22-2/23- Winter iReady Testing Grades 1-3 (testing day varies by class)
2/16- Invention Convention
2/23- Early Release Day for Students- No PM Kindergarten
2/26-3/2- Winter Break- No School

 

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