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More Parent Homework

Since we are registering students on-line, we no longer have the registration cards to refer to in the event we need to call a parent. Yesterday, our on-line program was not available and we had to scramble a little bit to find a number for a parent. We need you to please complete this quick form for each child at our school. https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=j8uWO0wXZUuC61zDi54GbNMPnEgR6mFKmnarq3NlH49URExCUUtSRkZKNDBMSlRFVEpFVzY2WTNLMy4u


Chess Informational Meeting-Tomorrow

McFadden Chess Program is back this year. This program is open for students of all grades (K-5) and is meeting on Thursdays from 3:00 to 4:30pmin the cafeteria. Each meeting consists of a formal lesson and guided practice. Students learn the fundamental rules, tactics, strategy and history of chess through instruction, problem solving and free play. They develop valuable skills and virtues, including critical and creative thinking, pattern recognition and memory, responsibility, discipline and sportsmanship. For those students who want to compete, there will be opportunities to play in tournaments. If interested, please attend the informational meeting for parents on Thursday, August 12 from 3 to 4pm in the cafeteria. Please feel free to contact Coach Igor Zhislin at igorzhislin@gmail.com.


Boo-Hoo Breakfast Friday for K & 1 Families

Please see the attached invite!


Traffic Flow Increase!

Tomorrow is the first day for all Kindergarten families to be here. That’s sixty added cars in the morning and in the afternoon! Plan accordingly and follow the traffic flow guidelines!


4th & 5th Parent Orientation

Tomorrow night starting at 6:00 in the gym. 4th will be released to classes after our group meeting and 5th will be staying in the gym.

Great Job PTO!

Everyone seemed to have a great time last night! A big thanks to volunteers, donors, and to the PTO especially Kelly McCasland and Rachel Law for being our Back to School coordinators. A great way to start the year and begin seeing how your PTO dollars benefit all our families!

Invest In A Child

The PTO also wants you to know that the Invest in a Child Program is off to a great start!. We all appreciate your generosity! To Donate go to HOME | MSE PTO (mcfaddenpto.org)

Positive Behavior Program

We would appreciate you to take about fifteen minutes to review the video. We have a new school wide behavior program that we will be discussing with the children and want you to be informed as well.

https://rcschools.zoom.us/rec/play/2uYVYU6wUpe2Dw5ezXlre6CTYQ75-MwTAM0IGs3RcDnSPf-p9d5Jd9aW_GhV30U-Q1ph5A2_w-a4mHsE.ssIaYyfuhNgmJZ5D?autoplay=true&startTime=1628264858000

You will need the following passcode: 6&jk2N+q

Monday

First Full Day for 1st-5th Graders

6:00PM Parent Orientation for Kindergarten (one parent only preferred), we will start in the gym

Are unsure about arrival and dismissal? Review the information sent home and watch the video if needed Back to School Information – Back to School Information – McFadden School of Excellence (rcschools.net)

Please make any other people who bring or pick up your child aware of the procedures!!

Tuesday

Phase In Day-Kindergarten Group A-All Day

6:00PM Parent Orientation for Grades 1-3 (one parent only preferred), we will start in the gym

Wednesday

Phase In Day-Kindergarten Group B-All Day

Thursday

First Full Day-All Kindergarten

6:00PM Parent Orientation for Grades 4 & 5 (one parent only preferred), we will start in the gym

About Parent Orientation

If you cannot attend for any reason, please know that teachers will post their information on their webpage the following day. If you do not feel comfortable being in the gym with a large group (60-180 people) when we start the meeting, please go directly to the classroom. Please know that the gym time is usually about 20-30 minutes.

Friday

Boo-Hoo Breakfast for Kindergarten and First Grade Parents-Cafeteria 8:00

McFadden Chess Program is back this year.

This program is open for students of all grades (K-5) and is meeting on Thursdays from 3:00 to 4:30pm in the cafeteria. Each meeting consists of a formal lesson and guided practice. Students learn the fundamental rules, tactics, strategy and history of chess through instruction, problem solving and free play. They develop valuable skills and virtues, including critical and creative thinking, pattern recognition and memory, responsibility, discipline and sportsmanship. For those students who want to compete, there will be opportunities to play in tournaments. If interested, please attend the informational meeting for parents on Thursday, August 12 from 3 to 4pm in the cafeteria. Please feel free to contact Coach Igor Zhislin at igorzhislin@gmail.com.


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