Principal's Page

Elmcrest Elementary School

2016-2107

Dear Elmcrest family,

It is hard to believe it is May already.  Where has the time gone?

The NYS Test in Math will be May 2-4 for students in Grades 3-6.  I hope I see as many students as possible taking the Math tests at Elmcrest.  Remember our motto is "take the test and do your best!"

After  two weeks of ELA testing, I would like to say how proud I was of all of our students in Grades 3-6 who took the NYS test in ELA.  They were fantastic!  When I waked around the building I observed many of our E2P2 character strengths in action: perseverance, enthusiasm, integrity, bravery, love of learning and self-control.  It was an amazing sight to see.  As our Elmcrest students move on to the middle school and high school, where test taking is a regular daily occurrence, they will be up for the challenge!  Good for them and good for all of the parents who encouraged their children to "take the test and do their best!"

Other upcoming events at Elmcrest:

  • May 1: Teacher Appreciation Week
  • May 2-4: NYS Math Test for Grades 3-6
  • May 8-12: Book Fair
  • May 16: Kindergarten Transition 4-5
  • May 18: Special Olympics
  • May 22: E2P2 Assembly at 9:30
  • May 23: 3rd Grade Precorder Concert at 2:30
  • May 23: Kindergarten Transition 4-5
  • May 23: PTO Meeting at 7:00
  • May 24: Jack Gramlich in Grade 5
  • May 26: Book Parade
  • May 26: Dismissal at 12:00
  • May 29: No School for Memorial Day
  • May 30: Kindergarten Screening
  • May 30: Band and Orchestra Concert at 6:30
  • May 31: 2nd Grade Trip to the Zoo
  • May 31: Kindergarten Screening

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Important Message for all Parents:

  • Please do not drop any children off at EE before 9:00 as we do not have supervision. This poses a serious safety concern and we ask for your due diligence in following our school hours.
  • Please take your time and be cautious when dropping off and picking up your children at arrival and dismissal
  • School starts at 9:10. Please be prompt.
  • Any student, who is not taking the bus home, needs a note.
  • If your child is going to be out, please call 453-1252 between 8:00-9:00.
  • If a child has a fever or has been getting sick, please keep them home.
  • Please have your child ready for outdoor recess.
  • When picking up your child at the end of the day, please wait outside by the art room.
  • Update your contact names and numbers in the main office. We need to be able to reach someone in an emergency.
  • If your child is sick in the nurse’s office and needs to go home, please have someone come as quickly as possible.

 

 

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