Clinton Street Elementary School

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  • PTA Membership

     

    Please join the PTA! They plan many wonderful things for our students and have many activities throughout the school year! You can also sign up online at:

    https://clinton-st-elem.memberhub.store/

     

    thank you for your support!

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  • PTA

    Please join us for our next monthly meeting!

    Meeting dates for the 19-20 year:

    Feb. 6

    Mar. 5

    Apr. 9

     

     

     

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  • BOX TOP$ CONTEST

     

    Which class can bring in the most Box Tops? The class per grade with the highest total wins an ICE CREAM PARTY!!

     

    Why Box Tops? Box Tops raise over $3,000 that we can use to purchase needed items for school.

     

    Contest begins January 27

    Questions? Contact Kelly Rogers

    rogersk922@gmail.com or 716-572-6020

     

    Send your clipped Box Tops to school in an envelope with your child’s name and class. Send in what you have now, and keep clipping!

    Put your kids to work as a Box Top Detective - have them check your pantry, your shelves and your office supplies.

    Many items have Box Tops or Bonus Box Tops (worth 10 points!).

    For a list of items check:  boxtops4education.com/participatingproducts

    Many web sites have eBox Tops for shopping online. For a complete list of Box Top brands (and games to earn bonus Box Tops), visit: boxtops4education.com/products

    Ask family, friends and people you know at work to collect them. Do not let a Box Top get wasted!

    Turn in the complete label, including the expiration date. Check the date -they do expire.

     

    BONUS BOX TOPS -download the app and

    Help our school!!

    Scan your receipts to earn

    Bonus box tops.

    boxtops4education.com/bonusapp

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    School Supply lists for 2019-2020

    School Supplies

     

                                                                                                                                                                             

                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

     

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    From the Principal:

    “Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere.” – Chinese Proverb

     

    Our students at Clinton Elementary are taking enormous leaps in their learning.  Those students who have struggled with learning are starting to take off.  Students are reading fluently and with expression.    Others are becoming math masters with their addition and subtraction facts.  All of these accomplishments are due to all the work done at school and at home since the start of the school year. 

     

    Let us keep the growth going, with the coordinated efforts between home and school teaching our children how to be responsible and how repeated practice helps us grow.  Remember to read to/with your child each night and practice their math facts.  They also need to see how much the adults in their lives value the practice needed to grow as a reader and math students. 

     

    Thank you for your continued support at home!

     

    Mrs. McCartan

     

    February Newsletters

     

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    From the Health Office:  What is the flu?

    The "flu" or influenza is a serious disease. It is very contagious and spreads in the U.S. each year, starting in the fall and continuing through spring. The flu is caused by a virus and spread mainly by coughing, sneezing or close contact. Young children and older adults are at highest risk of getting the flu but anyone can get it.

    What are the symptoms? Unlike a cold, flu symptoms start suddenly. They appear about 1-4 days after a person is exposed to the flu. Symptoms may include:

    • Fever or feeling feverish/chills.
    • Cough
    • Sore throat
    • Runny or stuffy nose
    • Muscle or body aches
    • Headache
    • Tiredness
    • Some people may have vomiting or diarrhea; this is more common in children.

    PLEASE KEEP YOUR CHILD HOME FROM SCHOOL IF THEY HAVE A TEMPERATURE GREATER THAN 100 (PLEASE DO NOT GIVE YOUR CHILD A MEDICATION TO REDUCE THEIR FEVER AND SEND THEM TO SCHOOL.  THEY ARE STILL CONSIDERED CONTAGEOUS), VOMITING OR DIARRHEA IN THE LAST 24 HOURS, SEVERE COUGH/MUSCLE OR BODY ACHES.

     

    School and PTA News:

    Feb 7                          Half Day 12:15 dismissal/ 12:05 Parent pick up School Spirit Day

    Feb 10 and 11             First Grade Music performance night at 6 pm

    Feb 17-21                   President’s Day and Mid-Winter recess- NO SCHOOL

    Feb 27                        Spaghetti dinner – New Date

    Feb 28                        Rainbow day- wear your Rainbow shirt or rainbow colors

     

    Now Open:         

    West Seneca Community Clothes Closet!

    Come join us at WS West Elementary and shop for children & teens' clothing for free!

     

    When: From 5-7pm on the following dates:  2/13, 3/19, 4/23, 5/21.

     

    Where: West Seneca West Elementary, enter through the Main Office.

     

    Who can come: Any resident within the West Seneca school district boundaries in need of children or teens' clothing.

      

    A Parent’s Guide to the New York State Next Generation ELA & Math Learning Standards  

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