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    May 2024

     

    A massive thank you to all who have shown up, volunteered, and supported our bulldogs (and our many events) at Faubion!!! We have THE BEST community!!! Much gratitude to you all!  Now on to May…the last full month of school!  

     

    Important Dates

    • May 6th- 10th: Educator Appreciation Week
    • May 7th: Game #1 of our Middle School Basketball tournament 6pm
    • May 9th: PTA Meeting 5:30pm
    • May 10th: Mother’s/Caregiver’s Day coffee hour 9:00am
    • May 10th: PK No Child Day
    • May 15th: Faubion Community School Advisory Board meeting 5:15pm
    • May 17th: PK No Child Day
    • May 24th: PK No Child Day
    • May 27th– 31st: 6th Grade Outdoor School
    • May 27th: No School, Memorial Day
    • June 12th: Field Day
    • June 13th: Kindergarten & 5th Grade Promotions
    • June 14th: 8th Grade Promotion 1:45pm, Last Day of School

     

    Middle School Course Forecasting: 5th – 7th Grade Families

    Beginning in mid/late-May, we will be forecasting for our middle school classes for next year. Much of the forecasting will focus on electives. We will be sending information home so that you may review elective offerings with your student.  

     

    8th Grade Families: Baby Pictures wanted!

    Calling all 8th grade families! Please email a baby or adorable/fun childhood picture of your 8th grader to Dr. Williams, for our annual Promotion Slide Show! (kwilliams6@pps.net)

     

    End of Year Activities

    Our annual Field Day will be Wednesday, June 12th. Interested in volunteering? Email us! Be sure your PPS background check is cleared. Are you interested/available to help set-up and decorate for 5th or 8th grade promotion? Let Dr Williams know! (kwilliams6@pps.net)

     

    End of the year Promotions

    For PK and 5th grade celebrations, please stay tune for information.  

     

    Kindergarten promotion will begin promptly June 13th at 9:00am in their classrooms. 5th grade promotion will be June 13th at 10am in the gymnasium. 8th grade promotion will be June 14th at 1:45pm in the gymnasium. Please know that due to seating limits, please be mindful of gym capacity. Additionally, we will be livestreaming promotions.  

     

    Specific 8th grade information will be sent very soon to 8th grade famlies. Thank you all for your ongoing support and care!!!

     

    In partnership,

    Dr. Karmin Williams

    Faubion PK-8 Principal


     

     

    mayo 2024

     

    ¡¡¡Un enorme agradecimiento a todos los que se presentaron, se ofrecieron como voluntarios y apoyaron a nuestros bulldogs (y nuestros numerosos eventos) en Faubion !!! ¡¡¡Tenemos LA MEJOR comunidad!!! ¡Muchas gracias a todos vosotros! Ahora vamos a mayo... ¡el último mes completo de clases!

     

    Fechas importantes

    • al 10 de mayo : Semana de Agradecimiento a los Educadores
    • 7 de mayo: Juego #1 de nuestro torneo de baloncesto de secundaria 6 p.m.
    • 9 de mayo : Reunión de la PTA 5:30 p.m.
    • 10 de mayo : Día de la Madre/Cuidador Hora del café 9:00 am
    • 10 de mayo : PK Día sin niños
    • 15 de mayo : reunión de la Junta Asesora de la Escuela Comunitaria de Faubion 5:15 p.m.
    • 17 de mayo : PK Día sin niños
    • 24 de mayo : Día sin niños en PK
    • 27 – 31 de mayo : Escuela al aire libre de 6º grado
    • 27 de mayo : No hay clases, Día de los Caídos
    • 12 de junio : Día de campo
    • 13 de junio : Promociones de Kindergarten y 5to grado
    • 14 de junio : Promoción de 8º grado 1:45 p. m., último día de clases

     

    Pronóstico del curso de la escuela intermedia: familias de 5.º a 7.º grado

    A partir de mediados o finales de mayo, haremos pronósticos para nuestras clases de escuela intermedia para el próximo año. Gran parte de las previsiones se centrarán en las asignaturas optativas. Enviaremos información a casa para que pueda revisar las ofertas optativas con su estudiante.

     

    de 8º grado: ¡Se buscan fotografías de bebés!

    ¡Llamando a todas las familias de 8º grado ! ¡Envíe por correo electrónico una foto de bebé o adorable/divertida de la infancia de su hijo de 8º grado al Dr. Williams para nuestra presentación de diapositivas de promoción anual!

    (kwilliams6@pps.net)

     

    Actividades de fin de año

    Nuestro Día de Campo anual será el miércoles 12 de junio . ¿Interesado en ser voluntario? ¡Envíanos un correo electrónico! Asegúrese de que su verificación de antecedentes de PPS esté aprobada. ¿Está interesado/disponible para ayudar con la instalación y decoración para la promoción de 5º u 8º grado ? ¡Hágaselo saber al Dr. Williams!

    (kwilliams6@pps.net)

     

    Promociones de fin de año

    Para las celebraciones de PK y 5º grado , estén atentos para obtener información.

     

    La promoción de Kindergarten comenzará puntualmente el 13 de junio a las 9:00 am en sus salones de clases. La promoción de 5to grado será el 13 de junio a las 10am en el gimnasio. La promoción de 8vo grado será el 14 de junio a la 1:45pm en el gimnasio. Tenga en cuenta que, debido a los límites de asientos, tenga en cuenta la capacidad del gimnasio. Además, estaremos transmitiendo promociones en vivo.

     

    Muy pronto se enviará información específica sobre 8º grado a las familias de 8º grado . ¡¡¡Gracias a todos por su continuo apoyo y atención!!!

     

    En asociación, Dra. Karmin Williams de Faubion PK-8

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