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February 5, 2024

February Newsletter 2024





  • Feb. 9th – 100th Day of School (9a-10:30a)
  • Feb. 14th -Pastries With Parents (9:30a -10:30a)
  • Feb. 15th – Teacher Work Day (No School)
  • Feb. 16th – Students Lead Conferences (No School)
  • Feb. 19th -Presidents Day (No School)
  • Feb. 29th – Black History Celebration (9:30a-11:30a)


EK has been working really hard on our names, letters, sounds and so much more. We have our 100th day of school coming up and we will be doing a special project to celebrate. I know you are so excited to find out what that project is, but you will have to wait and see. We will be having a Valentine’s Day party on Wednesday February 14th. I will be sending home a sign-up sheet. We will have Student Led conferences on February 16th. I will reach out to work out on Dojo or through the office if you need to speak with me. Hope you are all staying healthy and warm this winter! – Ms.W


Be on the look out for 24-25 school year Re-enrollment and Enrollment Text. Make sure to follow all prompts and submit all required documents.


Please remember that for your students safety, we ask that you walk your student to the door if they arrive late for school. Please don’t drop off and leave. Thank you! – Principal Garcia

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January 24, 2024

Shoutout to our Amazing School Board!

It’s School Board Appreciation Month, and we’re taking a moment to thank the dedicated volunteers who guide our schools and shape the future of our students.

Their tireless work, often behind the scenes, makes a world of difference. Let’s show them some love! #SchoolBoardAppreciationMonth #ThankYouBoardMembers

January 9, 2024

January Newsletter 2024

What’s New?!

The Winter (Lads & Ladies) Ball will be held on January 26th from 5-6:30PM. Forms will be going home this week with more information.

Report cards will be going out Friday, January19th!

Students can bring in $1-$2 dollars for a dress down day on1/10 and1/24

In case of inclement weather we will post on Dojo, FB, the news stations and place an All Call .If they do not see it by 5:30am, there will be school.

Please be careful in the driveway as the driveway could potentially have patches of ice, We have crews remove snow and salt, however depending on the weather during the day, there is still the potential.

Lets Read!

We will be starting a Reading Challenge with the Library. We are working with the Library now to get classes registered. Reading charts will be sent home to log heir books they read for the week.

Basketball & Cheer Updates!

For all Basketball and Cheer updates please refer to Dojo or call the main office at 419-574-0965.

What’s 1st Grade been UP- to?

We have been working hard in 1st grade! For the Holidays we learned how different countries celebrate Christmas and made a country craft. Many of our friends made awesome growth in iReady, some students have already met their growth goal!!! We are looking forward to an exciting new year and can’t wait to learn!

Its almost time to Re-enroll!

There will be more Information going home this week!

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December 18, 2023

It’s Time for Re-Enrollment 2024

As we start looking forward to the 24/25 school year, please review the re-enrollment process infographic.

Your early decision and response helps us plan effectively for the upcoming year. Thank you for being a part of our school family! 


STEP 1 »STEP 2 »STEP 3 »STEP 4 »STEP 5 »
JanuaryMarch July AugustAugust
Respond to our text message with your Intent to Return Complete the Re-Enrollment Form & Provide updated Proof of ResidencyConnect with us by phone to confirm your re-enrollment & Free School-Branded Shirt Size Check the mail for our Back to School Welcome Kit & Event InformationBegin the 2024-25 School Year & receive your student’s School-Branded Shirt
December 8, 2023
November 14, 2023

November 2023 Newsletter

What’s New?!

Next week is the last week for the attendance competition! The class to beat for the Slime Party is Ms. Mandy’s 4th Grade Class!!

Dates to Remember!

Thanksgiving break is the week of 11/20 – 11/24
Spirit Week 11/13 – 11/17
Winter Celebration 12/19

Spirit Week will be next week 11/13 – 11/17

Monday: Pajama Day!
Tuesday: Crazy hair /hat Day! Wednesday: Flannel Day! Thursday: Neon Day!
Friday: Ohio State & Michigan Day!

Excessive Absences ( Codes E, EP, U, UP)

  • 38 hrs/6 days, Excused or Unexcused, within a month- long timeframe, periodically. This is per/each calendar month.
  • 65 hrs/10 days, Excused or Unexcused, within a school year, periodically.

Habitual Truancy ( Codes U, UP)

  • 30 hrs/5 days consecutive (straight) Unexcused.
  • 42 hrs/ 7 days within a month – long timeframe Unexcused , periodically. This is per/each calendar month.
  • 72 hrs/11 days within a school year Unexcused, periodically.

Ms. Jackson’s 2nd Grade Class has been enjoying their new reading centers, having fun doing STEM activities and they are learning all about nocturnal animals in their science unit!

Ms. Jackson’s Class with Perfect Attendance on 10/27 /23!

Ms. McClain’s 2nd Grade Class focused on hands on science activities!
The students paired up for a STEM activity that focused on teamwork! They were able to manipulate marshmallows and toothpicks to see whose group could build the tallest tower! November will be a month to give thanks! Students will be encouraged daily to show acts of kindness and empathy to honor our Character Traits of the month.

Once again, please do not use the bus lane or the alleyway to drop your students off. All students, unless you are a walker, are to be dropped off through the drop off from the area in the back of the school. Doors open for car riders at 7:45. Do not drop your students off before that and leave.

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September 28, 2023
July 20, 2023

Offering Middle School Career Exploration!

We’re excited to offer a Career Exploration program starting in the 2023/2024 school year! Registration is now open for current and new students. Register at the Middle School Front Office or call 419.574.0970.

Our Career Exploration Program inspires students to identify paths to future success and provides students with opportunities to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary for high school graduation and beyond. Students receive customized learning that matches their passions and interests with their career aspirations.

Program Highlights:

  • Hands-on learning
  • Guest speakers
  • Mentorships within the local community
  • Work study opportunities

Ready to take the next step and join us?

March 9, 2023

Newsletters – March 2023

A few words from the principal…..

This month we are celebrating reading. We have kicked the month off by inviting all the parents to come read with their students and create fun arts and crafts. Thank you to all of those that came this week.

The month of March, grades will be competing against each other to see who can read the most books. 3rd and 4th grade students have access to an app called EPIC. This app will allow them to read a book each night. K-2 students will be able to read books, on their level, on the Reading World app. Even though I do enjoy going to the library, I love the fact that I can go online and read any book I want from the public library. Plus, this way I won’t turn the book in late. Spring Break is the perfect time to read the day away!

I am blessed to work with a caring staff that is always there for their students. Each month we get to celebrate one staff member’s achievements. That is just way too hard. For the month of January Ms. Cook and for February, Mrs. Nejvara.


  • 3/10/23 – No School for students
  • 3/13- 3/17 Spirit Week
  • 3/20-3/24 Spring Break
  • 3/17 – all reenrollment forms due
  • Next Month State testing 3rd and 4th grade

Reenrollment forms have been sent home, along with bus forms for next year. Please fill them out and return them to the teacher, with a Proof of Residency (POR). The class with the most forms turned in (with POR) gets to pick their prize of choice.

April is State Testing month. Third grade will have their final chance to take their Reading Assessment. Fourth grade will take Reading, Math and Social Studies. I will send more information home closer to the first of April.

March 10th is National Awesome Day! Make sure to message your teacher and let them know how awesome they are.

“Thank you” to all parents for your support with getting your children to school
on time each day! Bus parents please make sure you are standing at the stop to
get your students on and off the bus.

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December 9, 2022

Eagle Newsletter – December 2022

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From the Desk of Mrs. Szych

Hello TPA Families!!

December is a short month, but there is a lot going on. At the Middle School we have a door decorating contest, spirit week, I-Ready testing, holiday parties, spelling bees, and more! We are also very busy planning for some exciting changes coming during second semester.

We’ve had a couple of staff adjustments over the last few weeks, and Ms. Kinnie is now teaching 7th and 8th grade Math. Remember…you can check your students’ grades anytime in PowerSchool. All students brought home instructions, but please let us know if you need help accessing grade.

I hope that you all have a wonderful holiday season!

From the Desk of Mrs. Garcia

It’s the most wonderful time of the year!

Glitter, Little Debbie Christmas snacks, and jingle bells rocking around the Christmas tree.

The Lil Shoppe opened today for the students to shop. Gifts from $.50 to $10.00. I had fun shopping with the students today. You will be happy to know they tell me exactly what you like. Well sometimes they say you like slime and I redirect them.

Staff will take students shopping before school. A parent night is Thursday, December 8 from 3:45-5:30.

We are having a canned food drive and home essentials for different groups. Please send in any donations by Wednesday, December 14th . We are having a contest between the classes.

Please come enjoy the sounds of the holidays, Friday, December 16th starting at 9:30. Students can leave with their parents after the concert. A permission slip is being sent home next week for parents to sign if they are going to go home with you. I am trying to stop the long line we experienced at the awards ceremony.

K-2 please make sure you are using the Tinyivy app to have your students read nightly. They have access to an endless range of books, for free. No trip to the library or the chance of books being eaten by the dog. In my house the
cats eat the books.

Personally, I would like to thank all the parents for your patience with bussing and dismissal. I am talking with Rock Solid to make sure that they can plow the alley so you won’t get stuck in the snow during the winter.

I want to wish everyone Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year.



December 13th – 14th
I-Ready Testing

December 16th
11:00 Dismissal – MS
11:10 Dismissal – Elem

Elementary School

December 5th – 9th
Santa’s Workshop
During School
(Families Dec 8th 3:45 -5:00)

December 16th
K-4th Holiday Performance
9:30 – 10:30 a.m.

Middle School

December 15th
Cheerleading Try Outs

December 15th
School Wide Spelling Bee
During School


Open Enrollment for the Career Exploration Program
Kickoff of our Parent Teacher Organization
Start of the Basketball and Cheerleading Seasons