I am moving to a quieter office. My new room will be Rm 152 across from the downstairs Kindergarten bathroom.
With the beginning of a new school year, there are always a lot of things to do and keep track of. Please remember to pay your fees and fines. You can find this by going to the school website and click on Pay Fees and Fines (not family access)
Log in is: The same as Family Access
Password: You set your own password
Orange Ruler Begins September 20th
Support our school by participating!
Hello 4th Grade parents. This will be the second year I have worked with your child in some capacity. I am looking forward to continuing our wonderful educational journey together. This year I have moved my base to an office Rm. 124 which is downstairs near the music room. This means I will spend little time at my desk and will be working with students throughout the school. The best way to contact me is by email. If it is more urgent, please feel free to contact the main office and they will page me. I am very excited about the new school year and seeing how much your child has grown.
Power Packs - Food for the Weekend!
Sunny Hills is partnering with the Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank to provide Power Packs - a free program that provides students non-perishable breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack foods for the weekend throughout the school year. Students who sign up will receive a pack of food each Friday morning from our School Counselor, Celina Schulenberg.
Register to receive a power pack here: Power Pack Sign-Up .
You can also reach out to Ms. Schulenberg directly with questions or to sign-up.
Have a wonderful winter break. I will see you next year!
We have been working this fall on what a successful morning routine looks like. We talked about where to look in the classroom for morning news (usually on the digital white board) and what jobs are expected of them each morning.
We also worked on what it looks like to be an active learner in different settings.
Inviting friends to lunch bunch
Drop in the Bucket Project
Holding informal conversations.
Playing games, keeping track whose turn it is, and active listening
Requesting and accepting help from teacher