Broward County's 3rd-5th grade students will be participating in the BAFS (Broward Assessment of Florida Standards) test this week.
The schedule is as follows:
Day 1 (BAFS 1 – Mon., Oct. 27) ELA Session 1 (45 minutes) 3rd-5th
Day 2 (BAFS 1 – Tues., Oct. 28) ELA Session 2 (45 minutes) 3rd-5th
Day 3 (BAFS 1 – Wed., Oct. 29) Mathematics (1 session) (45 minutes) 3rd-5th
Day 4 (BAFS 1 – Thurs., Oct. 30) † Science Session (1 session) (45 minutes) 5th ONLY
Day 5 (BAFS 1 – Fri., Oct. 31) makeup's
Please make sure your child arrives to school on time.
Testing will begin promptly @ 8:30am.
RED RIBBON WEEK!
2014 RED RIBBON WEEK
October 23-31, 2014
BE DRUG FREE.
ACTIVITIES FOR THE WEEK:
MONDAY 10/27: Students & teachers will sign their "Class Ribbon" to pledge against DRUGS & ALCOHOL.
Parent/Student pledge will go home with students.
TUESDAY 10/28: "PUT A CAP ON DRUGS"
Students may wear an interesting or crazy hat.
WEDNESDAY 10/29: "I'M A JEAN-IUS! I'M DRUG FREE"
Students may wear BLUE jeans.
This years RRW Theme: "LOVE YOURSELF. BE DRUG FREE. will be incorporated into this weeks WOW writing prompt.
THURSDAY 10/30: "TEAM UP AGAINST DRUGS"
Students may wear their favorite team jersey.
FRIDAY 10/31: "BE A SUPERHERO: HAVE THE POWER TO SAY NO TO DRUGS"
Students may dress up as their favorite superhero in support of being DRUG FREE!
Don't forget to support our Student Council and their "SMARTIES choose to be DRUG FREE" candy Sale!!!
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Please visit the lost & found! We have many items that are being left behind and need to be claimed. Check in at the front office to visit the lost & found. Any items not claimed by Friday October 31st, will be donated. Contact the front office staff with any questions.
For the safety and security of our students and their families, we are asking for everyone to use the crosswalk during arrival & dismissal. Many people are walking through the car pool lane and putting themselves and students in danger. Using the proper ways of crossing a street is a very valuable lesson all our students would benefit from.
We appreciate your help!
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Welcome back to school parents! My name is Sharla Munoz and I am thrilled to be the Box Tops for Education Coordinator for Coconut Palm Elementary School. Clipping Box Tops is an easy way for all of us to help our school earn money and support our children. Each Box Top is worth 10¢ and they quickly add up to real cash for our school!!
To help our school, just look for pink Box Tops on products, clip them, and send them to school. You can use the attached collection sheet or just send them in to your child’s teacher. The class that collects the most Box Tops each month will receive a special treat as a “Thank you” from our school.
For more information on the Box Tops for Education program, including a list of participating products, please visit www.BTFE.com.
Thanks in advance for your help!!
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