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Our mission at Bubb Elementary is to be a safe, engaging, results-oriented, standards-based learning community that balances direct instruction with inquiry learning where everyone collaborates, perseveres, and thinks critically.
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The PE teachers need 2 parent volunteers per classroom to assist them with Field Day activities on Friday, May 29. One parent will rotate along with the class and the other will help supervise one station. The kids will be rotating from station to station every 8 minutes or so.
A parent letter will be sent home with your child before the event requesting that your child come to school that day wearing a particular color. Field Day has been run by our PE teachers over the past few years and the kids really enjoy it!
If you are available to help your classroom, please sign up online. If you will be in charge of a station, please arrive by 9:00 a.m. on Friday so the PE teachers may explain what to do.
Bubb Families and friends! Please come join us this Friday, May 29, for our annual outdoor movie night. Feature film will be selected by popular vote by Mr. Franklin. Come enjoy free popcorn and movie starting at sundown.
PTA members, please meet at the Staff Lounge for 20 minutes after drop-off on Wednesday, June 3. We need to release funds for the 2015 WATSA, ratify checks, and vote on a new after-school enrichment program for 3rd-5th graders plus two teachers' wishlist items.
This month’s ABC book, Thank You, Mr. Falker by Patricia Polacco, is an autobiographical book about a struggling student. At age 5 she goes to school to learn to read. By 5th Grade, she still can’t read and continues to be bullied by other students. She is a wonderful artist and is encouraged and supported by her family. Finally, when she gets to 5th Grade her teacher, Mr. Falker, works with her to discover her unique keys to learning. This is a story about a family’s love, a girl’s pain and what happens when an adult believes in a child’s potential to learn. Read more...
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Don’t forget to turn in your supply money to your student’s teacher or the office. Teachers have found it more consistent for student learning and more economical to purchase needed supplies themselves using donations from parents. For families who are unable to donate, your child will receive supplies throughout the school year.