Friday, February 23

Newsletter

Speak Up Survey

Survey Open Until December 19, 2014 Speak Up, a national online research project facilitated by Project Tomorrow®, gives individuals the opportunity to share their viewpoints about key educational issues, particularly concerning 21st century education and technology. Each year, findings are summarized and shared with national and state policy makers. This survey can be taken by students, parents, educators, and community …

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Student Health Clinics

Clark Memorial Hospital and Clark Physician Group, LLC, are excited about the opportunity to collaborate with Greater Clark County Schools to provide limited health care services performed by a Nurse Practitioner to the students enrolled in the school system. A Nurse Practitioner will be available when school is in session at Jeffersonville (appointments scheduled 7:40-2:00) and Charlestown High Schools (appointments …

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November Wildcat Journal

Ways To Help Your Children Succeed In School Parent involvement and support is critical to the success of each child and school. Higher grades, long -term academic achievement and more efficient schools are the result of parents who actively participate in their children’s education. Listed are several tips parents may find useful:  Make learning a priority! Have your children …

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Pedometer Challenge

We have completed the 1st of 3 pedometer challenges. Returning them is very important because they are being shared throughout the corporation. Spring Hill’s return rate was very poor. Please return them to the office this week.. The classes that returned the pedometers and won CHOICE in PE:  Riley 68%, Ebling 55% Williams 47% -Ms. Larson 

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October Wildcat Journal

Building Responsibility  Parents, Routines make life smoother for everyone in the family. Following routines will build good habits that can last through your child’s school career.

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Childcare during Fall Break

Greater Clark County Schools has partnered with Communities in Schools to offer childcare services to parents during Fall Break (and Intersession).  

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CEP Letter to Households

Please read… all Spring Hill students are eligible for FREE breakfast and lunch for the 2014-15 school year! Dear Parent or Guardian: We are pleased to inform you that Spring Hill Elementary has implemented a new option available to schools participating in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs called the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) for the 2014-2015 school …

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Car Rider Information

To provide the safest dismissal for our car riders, we are asking parents to drive around the circle and form a car line to pick up your child. We will hold all car riders in a line and dismiss them as each car pulls up to the sidewalk entrance. Thanks for your cooperation. 

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Handbook

Each student in grades 1- 5 has a copy of the Spring Hill Elementary Handbook to share with his/her family. The handbook is located in the front section of their daily planner. Take the time to read and review procedures for signing out students, calling in absences, how to dress for school, snow days, and other important information. Share this …

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