Month of the Military Child
APRIL IS THE MONTH OF THE MILITARY CHILD
Join the nationwide movement on April 5, 2017 to Purple up for Military Children! Wearing the color purple is a visible way to show support and thank military youth for their strength and sacrifices. Why purple? Purple is the color that symbolizes all branches of the military, as it is a combination of Army green, Marine red, and Coast Guard, Air Force, and Navy blues.
Maryland Integrated Science Assessment
School Points of Contact
Attendance - Mrs. Husted, Secretary
Classroom - Assigned Teacher
Food Services - Mrs. Breakfield, Cafeteria Manager
Medical - Mrs. Page, School Nurse
Registration/Student Records - Mrs. Husted, Secretary
School Improvement - Mrs. Gilman, Principal
Supplies/Clothing Assistance - Mr. Re, Counselor
Transportation - Mrs. Steele, Assistant Principal
Volunteer Status - Mrs. Husted, Secretary
Message from the Principal
We are excited about the beginning of a new school year. Our new parent handbook includes our vision and goals of partnership, safe and orderly school environment, and achievement. It also includes information on school policies and procedures. We hope that you will find it helpful as a reference for the questions you have now and will have throughout the year. Please become familiar with its contents and complete and return the colored copies of the current information sheet and the Use of Students in Public Information Programs (located at the end of this packet) as quickly as possible.