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4th Grade Group One  11:00 AM - 11:35 AM

4th Grade Group Two 11:12 AM - 11:50 AM

5th Grade Group One 11:26 AM - 12:05 PM

5th Grade Group Two 11:45 AM - 12:20 PM

 

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THE PARK 6 P'S

THE PARK 6 P'S

Polite

Prepared

Present

Participate

Pride

Positive Attitude

Student Drop-Off and Pick-ups is on Hartman Place

When dropping off or picking up your child on Hartman St. please completely pull over to the curb so traffic can continue to flow. Please do not stop on the crosswalk, this endangers our students. Students are only to cross with the crossing guard on duty. Please follow the school zone speed limit.

Thank you

Box Tops

Let’s keep turning the Box Tops in to your teacher!!!! This will directly benefit Park Avenue!

Tumble Books @ Park

TumbleBookCloud Junior is an online collection of ebooks and read-along chapter books, non-fiction books, graphic novels, educational videos, and audio books! This database is a great option for adventurous young readers who wish to read beyond the picture book collection in the TumbleBookLibrary. It is designed specifically for kids in grades 3rd to 6th.

The reading experience on the TumbleBookCloud Junior is not only educationally sound but fun and customizable! TumbleBooks' is a one-of-a-kind Read-Along format that combines the flexibility of an ebook with full-length professional narration and sentence-by-sentence highlighting so kids can follow along. Moreover, readers have the freedom to adjust the text size, line width and spacing, font style and color, and the background color on all of our ebooks. This level of customization adds an invaluable level of accessibility to our books. Plus, all of our books allow readers to highlight portions of a book and add notes, which makes for a great way to interact with the text!

With over 500 titles, reading chapter books has never been easier. TumbleBookCloud Junior is simple to use! It can be used on any computer or mobile device thanks to Cloud Computing. Every account comes with its own direct link to simplify logging in, as well as a desktop icon. In addition, users can now set up their own secondary login with the MyCloud feature so they can save and retrieve their favorites anytime, anywhere.

Click here: http://www.tbcjr.com/autologin.aspx?u=parkavenm&p=login  User name is: parkavenm and the password is: login.

In order for kids to be able to go back to the book they were reading they have to create their own “MyCloud” account. In order to do this they have to have an e-mail and password or if you as their parent allow them to use yours.

Park Avenue School Hours for 2014-2015 School Year

Students:

 Monday 8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Tuesday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Park Avenue Front Office

Principal: Ms. Fernandez

Secretary: Mrs. Albers

Secretary: Mrs. Lowe

Character Counts Word of the Month

Respect

Treat others with respect; follow the Golden Rule+ Be tolerant and accepting of others+ Use good manners, not bad language+ Be considerate of the feelings of others+ Don’t threaten, hit or hurt anyone+ Deal peacefully with anger, insults, and disagreements

 

Aztec Homecoming

Aztec Homecoming Week

October 6-10

Agenda for Park Avenue Students

 

                                        Monday- Wear your Mismatch attire (Powder Puff Game at 7 pm Koogler)

                                                             

Tuesday- Wear your Tie Dye attire

 

Wednesday- Dress up as a Pirate. (No swords)

 

Thursday-Favorite Jersey Day! Wear your favorite sports Jersey.

 

Friday- Tiger Pride Day Wear your School Colors. (Orange / Black)

 

Friday is early Release due to the Homecoming parade. Park Ave. Students will be dismissed @ 1:30. Parade is at 3:30. Football Game at 7:00 with half time show. (Koogler Field)

Parent Teacher Conferences

 

Fall PTC are approaching. Thursday, October 23 and Friday, October 24, 2014. Please sign up for a time with your child’s homeroom teacher. Stay on time. This is very important. Remember that our goal is 100% participation. If you cannot sign up for a time with your child’s teacher for conferences, please make other arrangements with the teacher for another day, time or phone conference.

Red Ribbon Week @ Park October 27-31

Agenda for Park Avenue Students

Monday 27- Support Red Ribbon Week. Wear Red

Tuesday 28- Sock it Drugs. Wear Crazy Sock Day

Wednesday 29- Team up against drugs. Wear your Favorite Team Jersey Day

Thursday 30-My Future is BRIGHT no drugs in sight. Wear Bright Colors

Friday 31- You can’t scare me, I’m drug free. Wear your Halloween Costumes (No Swords/Guns/Gore)

Sign the poster and pledge to be Drug Free and you will have a chance to win a t-shirt. Signing is October 27 during lunch recess. (Drawing will be Friday, Oct. 31st.) Red Ribbon Tying will be October 28th time to be determined.

Intervention Time

Tiger Time, which is our intervention time, will be starting soon. This is where teachers will instruct smaller groups of students in order to meet any academic needs.  The teachers are excited to start, but we also need your help.  In order to make this successful, we need parents to keep students in school all day. Tiger Time for both grades is Tuesday—Friday at various times depending on your child’s team.  One suggestion for keeping students in school is to schedule appointments on Monday afternoons since that is our Early Release day.  Please contact your child’s teacher or Principal Fernandez with any questions surrounding our intervention time.

 

READING AT HOME

 

Parents often want to know how they can help support their child’s education.  At Park Avenue we know that getting our students to read is the best gift we can ever give.  The following tips will help you support your child’s reading at home.

Get your child excited!  Reading is FUN!  Help your student choose something that is interesting and challenging.

Read with your child or at least read the same thing as your child.  Some parents think that in fourth and fifth grade your student is too old to enjoy reading with you.  Most kids still look forward to this special time with their parent.  However, if your son or daughter doesn’t want to read with you, then you can still read the same materials.  This way you can TALK about what you read.

Talk about what your child is reading.  Reading is meaning!  To enhance comprehension you can ask questions, talk about what will be read, what is being read, and what was read.  Ask your student about the main idea, their favorite characters, and to make predictions about what might happen next.  If you read the same text, these conversations will be natural, just like talking about a movie you watched together.

Read the book before seeing the movie.  Many students are highly motivated to watch a movie that was a book first.  Take time to read the book together before going to the movie.  Then talk about how the book and movie were both similar and different.

Encourage your child to WRITE.  Reading and writing are definitely connected.  Kids who write well typically read well and vice versa.  Encourage that connection and listen to your child’s stories.

Thanks for being the most  important part of your child’s education. 

 

 

 

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Dates to Remember

10-6-14 thru 10-10-14: Homecoming Week

 

10-10-14:

Early Dismissal 1:30, Parade 3:30

 

10-23-14 thru 10-24-14:

Parent Teacher Conferences

 

10-23-14: Early Dismissal 12:10-PTC

10-24-14: No School-PTC

 

10-27-14 thru 10-31-14:

Red Ribbon Week

 

10-31-14: Halloween

          

Trick or Treat. Be safe!!!!!!!!!

From the Health Office...

 

Dear Parents and students,

As the flu season is fast approaching I would like to remind you of our sick child policy. While we all agree school attendance is very important please do not send your child to school if they have a fever. I would also like to remind parents that if their child comes into the health office with a temperature  of 100 degrees or more or if they are vomiting they will be sent home. If your child has a fever and is coughing they may be asked to wear a mask. Please keep your child home if they have a fever and do not send them back until they have been fever free for at least 24 hours without medication.

Please remember the importance of hand washing.  Hand washing is very important  in combating the spread of germs especially at this time of year.  

Thank-you,

Park Ave. RN

Holiday Observance and Waiver/Consent to Disclose Student Information

Please let the school know if you do not  want your child to participate in the following:

Birthdays, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter or Valentine’s Day

If you do not  grant permission to the following:

Public Display of student’s name or photo within the school for any Awards or display student’s name or photo outside the school (Newspaper, Yearbook) for Awards or special recognition.

 

Reminders

School Hours:

Monday 8am-1:30pm

Tues.-Fri. 8am-3pm

******Attendance is critical to ensuring your child understands the concepts necessary to be successful in school. Please call the office at 334-9469 if your child will be absent.

 

*****Please review the Student Handbook online at our website (prideatpark.com) If you need a hardcopy please come by the office and we will provide this to you.

 

School success depends on excellent attendance

For your child to get the most out of school, they need to be there-- and on time! Research shows that missing 10 percent or more of school days hurts success. To prevent absenteeism:

  • Stick to a schedule. Maintain routines.
  • Schedule carefully. Make appointments during non-school hours.
  • Seek help when needed. If you family struggles with transportation, childcare or other issues, talk with school staff.

21st Century Community Learning Centers Afterschool Program Enrollment

Attention Parents!

Are you looking for a positive place for your child to be after school hours?  For a safe and inviting environment, with fun activities and a great learning experience?  Healthy Snack's provided and IT'S FREE!!!!

A place for:

  • Positive Youth Development
  • Safe Environment
  • Enriching Learning Experiences

21st Century Community learning Centers is now accepting registration forms for the 2014-2015 school year!

Registration Forms can be picked up at any of the School's Office's or contact - Kris Morton 21st CCLC Program Manger, San Juan County Partnership, 3535 E. 30th St., Ste. 239, Farmington, NM 87402.  moortonk@sjcpartnership.org      (505)566-5867 or Fax (505) 566-5870

Registration is open until filled. Forms can be returned to the school site that your child/children will be attending.

Starts September 29th!!!

Sites:

  • McCoy Elementary School, Aztec
  • Lydia Rippey Elementary, Aztec
  • Park Avenue Elementary, Aztec

 

  • Blanco Elementary School, Blanco

Hours of Operation

Monday- 1:30-6:00 pm *Early Release Day

Tuesday-Thursday- 3:00-6:00 pm

Blanco only is: (M-Th  2:45-5:45 pm

Farmers Insurance Appreciation Teacher of the Month; Mrs. Levens'

Farmers Insurance Appreciation Teacher of the Month; Mrs. Levens'
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