October 24

Cipriano Memorial Run

On Saturday October 18th, twenty-six fourth and fifth grade students from Snow Elementary tied on their running shoes and headed to Ford Field in Dearborn to  participate in the third annual Robert Cipriano Cross-Country Meet.  One hundred twenty-three fourth grade girls made up 12 teams from dearborn elementary schools.  Snow’s fourth grade girls that qualified for the race and their finishing times are: Camden Ackers 9:38.7 minutes finished 28 th for her age group.  Malak Alkirsh finished 38th with a time of 10:09.1.  Mia Debiasi finished in 43rd place with a time of   10.16.1.  Helen Hetrick time of 10:56.5 earned her 63rd place.  Yareli Garza finished in 76th with a time of 11:23.5. Avalon Moreau finished in 103rd place with a time of 12:15.2.  Their combined effort earned them 8th place overall out of twelve teams.

It was a fourth grade boy however that had the best time for the school with 7:09.1. that honor went to Khalid Mohamed. He finished third in his age group.   Another fourth grader,  Joshua Lyon,finished with the third fastest time for Snow Elementary finishing 13th overall for his age group with a time of  7:42.4.  18th place went to Cortez Goodlow with a time of 7:55.1.  71rst in his age group was Jonathan Watt with a time of 9:13.9.  Blake Bradham rounded out the fourth grade team with a finish time of 11:03.6 earning him a 141 place out of 168 fourth grade boys.  The team finished fourth out of 16 teams.

Seven 5th grade girls qualified including Mya Hammood who took 5th place for her age group with a time of 7:59.4. Their 8th place finish out of 12 teams was aided by 62nd place Hana Humaisan 10:19.1; 80th Rylee Pulice 10:57.6; 88th Oliva Dobos 11:08.6; 93rd Clara Kanclerz 11:16.7; 97th Jazzlyn Villarreal; and 98th place Analicia Mendez.  One hundred 128 girls ran for the fifth grade age group.

The fifth grade boys finished 12th out of seventeen teams.  A total of 155 boys ran for this age bracket.  Connor Shene finished 24th for his age group with a time of 7:37.3.  This time earned him the second fastest time for a Snow Elementary student.  Seven other fifth grade boys also qualified and ran for the fifth grade team.  Their place and time finishes are as follows:  53rd Ali Jammoul 8:21.7; 71 Mohammed Hamed 8:51.8; 80th Christian Rapley 8:51.8; 90th Jacob Nelson 9:15.5; 109th Wayne Taiman 9:43.5; 118th Frank Jarrell 10:03.2; and 139th Hassan Saab with a time of 11;30.3.

We are very proud of all of the Snow students who qualified and participated in the 3rd  Annual Robert Cipriano Cross-Country Meet.

See all of the results http://rftiming.racetecresults.com/results.aspx?CId=16365&RId=155

Want to view pictures of the event go to:  www.schoollifedearborn.com

 

October 15

Parents Please Read

If you have already registered to be a member of the Snow School PTA, thank you!  If you haven’t done so yet, please pick up a registration form either in the office or from the Snow PTA bulletin board near the lobby.  Send in your completed registration form, along with payment ($6.00 per person), in with your child or drop it off in the main office.  Meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month at 6:00 pm in the Media Center.  Attending the meetings allows you to see what new and exciting things are happening in our school and can help you discover ways you can help make our school even better. Not able to attend a meeting?  Follow the Snow PTA on Facebook, as well as on this blog, to see what events are coming up and what you can do to help out.  All levels of involvement are needed.  Whether you are able to chair an event, volunteer an occasional hour or two, or send in goodies to a bake sale, we welcome you!

Have questions?

Contact Cathy DeBiasi:

cathydebiasi@hotmail.com

Snow School PTA

October 14

Read All About It

Book Fair This Week

October 13th – 17th

Open:

Monday and Tuesday during library check out.

Wednesday – 8:35-10:00

Friday – 8:35-9:30

After school everyday  until 4:15 p.m.

Parents, don’t forget about the Book Fair this week.  Students will be browsing during their library check out time, or after school.  We could still use some help with monitoring students as they come in with their classes.  Please check the Sign Up Genius link for times when we still need you.  Thanks for your help!
http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0c4eaead2da1ff2-book

  Spooktacular Fun Skating Night !!!   

When:  Thursday October 16th    6:PM- 8:PM 

Where:  Lincoln Park Skating Center 

               1419 Southfield Rd 

               Lincoln Park 

Cost:  $7 per skater in advance/ or $9 at the door 

Traditional Roller skate rental included.  You may bring your own skates but they will need to be inspected at the door before entry.  Parents or younger siblings not skating do  not need a ticket.  Parents/Adult must be present, NO drop-off please!

Halloween Costumes are welcome and encouraged! (***Saftey First! Please No Obstructive Masks, Long Capes and Weapons***)

    Popcorn Time!  

Popcorn day is scheduled for Friday October 17.  Bargain price of 50 cents a bag.

September 29

This Just In

Peace Pole Dedication

Please join us on Friday, October 10, at 2:45 as we dedicate our new Peace Pole at Snow School.  There will be a short program including a musical number by 4th and 5th grade students.  PBIS September party attendees will have Pinwheels for Peace on display at our site.  We would love to have you join us!

Dear Snow School Families,

     We have an exciting new addition to our PBIS Program at Snow this year.  Each student will be given a lanyard at the first party they attend this year.  We have one lanyard for each student, so no matter when your child makes their first party, they will receive the lanyard.  It reads, “Matrix Master” and will hold a small token or trinket given out each month at the party.  Each month will be different.  Students can only earn the token for the months they participate in the party; they will not receive any tokens for the month(s) they missed.  The lanyard is the responsibility of the student that earned it!  Teachers will not be collecting them.  If your child loses the lanyard it will not be replaced.  This is not being done to be mean, just to teach responsibility and to help keep our costs down.  We are hoping that the students will really value this unique recognition and take good care of it.  This was presented to the student body at our building assembly on Friday, September 5. We look forward to your support in continuing the strong PBIS program at Snow School.

Thanks!  The Snow School PBIS Committee

 

September 4

Safety First

September 4, 2014

Dear Students and Parents

The Superintendent and Board of Education along with the entire staff of the Dearborn Public Schools work hard to ensure that all of our schools are safe. We have implemented our Response to Bullying initiative to protect students from bullying behavior and have adopted a strong policy prohibiting weapons in our schools.

The Board of Education prohibits students from possessing, storing, making, or using a weapon at school, on school property, on school buses, or on the way to or from school. The term “weapon” means any object which, in the manner in which it is used, is intended to be used, or is represented, is capable of inflicting serious bodily harm or property damage, as well as endangering the health and safety of persons. Weapons include, but are not limited to, firearms, guns of any type whatsoever, including soft air and gas-powered guns (whether loaded or unloaded), knives, razors, clubs, electric weapons, metallic knuckles, martial arts weapons, ammunition, and explosives.

This policy also prohibits look-alike items like toy guns, false fire alarms, bomb threats, or intentional calls to falsely report a dangerous condition. The consequences for bringing a toy gun to school are the same as bringing a real gun to school—possible expulsion and referral to the police.

Thank you for helping us to keep Dearborn Schools safe.

Sincerely,

Ross Groover

September 2

Welcome Back

Welcome Back 

It was a great first day of school.  The students are settling right back in to a routine. Line up and dismissal procedures for this year:

Students and parents are not allowed to wait in the building before the bell rings unless it is raining or the wind chill is less than 20 degrees.

All students will line up outside the nearest door to their classroom at 8:30 am as follows

Kindergarten:  Enter/Exit at Culver Street, Door # 18

1st Grade: Enter/Exit at Culver Street, Door# 19

2nd Grade & Mrs. Sabellico: Enter/Exit at Culver Street, Door #2

3rd Grade: Enter/Exit at Houston Street, Door# 11

4th Grade: Enter/Exit at Houston Street, Door# 11

5th Grade: Enter/Exit at Houston Street, Door# 11

Bus Riders (All grades): Enter/Exit at Culver Street, Door #1

Save the Date

Open House  for grades K-4th is Thursday September 18, 2014 from 5:00-6:30

Open House/Camp Meeting for 5th grade will be on Thursday September 11, 2014 5:00-6:30 

September Lunch Menu

Click the title above for the actual menu.  

Starting Wednesday September 3, 2014 :

Breakfast $1.25    (reduced breakfast $ 0.30)

Lunch $2.50 (reduced lunch $0.40)  Milk $0.50 

 

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June 13

This Just In

A new page has been added to the blog! Your children have been out for a day and a half and we already have their suggested supply list ready for them for next year. 

We wanted to get it to you early so you can take advantage of all the back to school sales.  Just click on the title suggested supply list for the page, on the yellow paper at the right, to see links for all the lists. 

June 11

Breaking News

Media Center Open All Summer

Every Wednesday from 1:00 – 4:00 starting June 18th the media center at Snow Elementary will be open for book check out.  Come see Mrs. Wilcox and read all summer long. 

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