- 2017-2018 Open Enrollment begins
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- 2017-2018 Open Enrollment
Letter to Parents
- Finger Printing and TB Clearance - Volunteers are required to be fingerprinted and have TB clearance on file with the District. Please contact Joan in the office at 530-677-2720 if you have any questions.
- Cross Country Finals Rescheduled – The Cross Country Finals were rescheduled for this Tuesday, October 17th at the County Fairgrounds. Races should begin at approximately 3:00pm. Please communicate with Coach McHargue if you have any questions.
- PTC General Membership Meeting - The September PTC General Membership meeting is scheduled for this coming Tuesday (10/17) at 7:00pm in the Rescue staff-room. The agenda is attached for your review. Please come! All ideas and contributions are welcome.
- Yard Supervisor Subs Needed – Rescue is looking for folks who are interested in substituting on our Yard Supervisor team. This is a great opportunity to work with students and connect with our school. Please contact the school office if you are interested. Thank you for your service!
- Touch of Understanding Assembly is This Week! - A Touch of Understanding (ATOU) provides disability awareness programs designed to educate a new generation to understand the challenges associated with disabilities and to accept and respect all individuals. A Touch of Understanding is a nonprofit organization comprised of dedicated individuals, some with disabilities and some without. These dedicated volunteers come together to form a strong team working to help students look beyond the disability, the wheelchair, the braces, the unpredictable behavior and see the person. The program works by turning negative attitudes into positive ones and facilitating stronger interpersonal skills within the next generation. Attitudes improve and respectful interactions increase. The assembly will be held on Thursday, October 19th for 5th graders and on October 20th for 4th graders from 9:00am to 12:00pm. Please check out the website, www.touchofunderstanding.org for more information.
- Rescue Costume Parade – We will be holding our annual costume parade on Monday, October 31st at 9:00am. Students may wear their costumes to school, but may wish to change out of their costumes after the parade. Scary costumes are not allowed as we will have young children participating in the parade. Full face masks and weapons are not allowed as well. Families that wish to be present during the parade will need to sign in at the office and get a visitor’s badge. Traffic will be heavier on that day, so please allow for enough time to get to school and utilize the Rescue West parking lot. We look forward to a great parade and appreciate your cooperation.
- Yearbook Purchase – Speaking of yearbooks, don't miss your chance to purchase a yearbook for the lowest price possible! Through Dec. 31st, yearbooks may be purchased for $20 (softcover) and $25 (hardcover). Flyers were sent home with your student this week with instructions for purchasing online, by check, or with cash. For those of you who wish to buy online, visit ybpay.lifetouch.com. Enter ID code: 2517018.
- Yearbook Cover Contest – Calling all students to be creative! Yearbook Club is holding its annual cover contest, now through Oct. 25th. Students in all grades are invited to submit an original design on the cardstock provided. Check your student's folder for detailed instructions and cardstock.
- After School Pick up – This is a friendly reminder regarding after school pick up procedures. If you are walking on campus, please wait by the covered picnic table area. Please do not wait outside of your child’s classroom. Your child’s teacher will walk their class out. If you are picking your child up in front of the office, please pull forward to the end of the curb to help the flow of traffic. If you choose to park and meet your student, please use the appropriate entrance and park in the appropriate spaces. Please do not park in handicap spaces unless you have a placard. Rescue West is available for parking. All students need to be picked up by 3:15pm on regular days and by 12:55pm on Early Release days. We are not able to supervise students after that period of time. Traffic may be a little heavier as we add our Kindergarteners, please be patient. Thank you for your help with this!
- Visitors and Volunteers – Please remember to sign in and out in the office if you plan to visit or volunteer during school hours. Please contact the office if you have any questions.
- Yearbook Pictures – Do you have great back-to-school photos of your kids from drop-off or pick-up on Wednesday? The yearbook committee doesn't want to miss out! You can share photos from the first day of school, assemblies, and other Rescue Elementary events with the yearbook and slideshow staff (a volunteer group of parents and students) by emailing or sharing them to: RescueYearbook@gmail.com. Please label photo files with the date, event, and student names (if applicable). Full resolution photos are best!
- School Communication – Communication is very important to us. We will be sending out monthly newsletters with key dates and school information as well as sending weekly emails on Mondays to families. Our school website is also a great resource for accessing Rescue School information. In order to ensure that you receive school information, please make sure your contact information is updated in Parent Portal.Please contact the office if you need assistance.
- Bell Schedule and Calendar - Both the bell schedule and the calendar are posted on our school website at www.rescueelementary.org. Please review and make note of dates and times. There is a list of holidays and minimum days on the calendar as well.
- Get Connected – Are you on Facebook and want to know more about Rescue School? Please like the PTC Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/RescueElementaryPtc/ to get regular updates on events and activities.
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