A Message from Mrs. Steele
Good afternoon, White Marsh families! This is Mrs. Steele with the update for the week of June 11, 2018. This will be an “A Week”. This is the last week of school for students. Our staff has had a wonderful year teaching your children, and we’d like to thank you for all of your support! Thank you to everyone who helped with Friday’s Field Day- what an awesome day!
On Tuesday, our Kindergarteners will celebrate their year with a ceremony beginning at 10:15. Friday is the last day of school for students. The 5th grade promotion ceremony is Friday at 9:30. Friday is also an early dismissal day; White Marsh will dismiss at 1:45. White Marsh would like to thank our very own Mrs. DeBolt for her years teaching our students, as she will be retiring at the end of June. Mrs. DeBolt has helped to foster a love of books for so many students, and introduced them to coding, Bots, and multiple forms of technology! She is going to be missed, but we wish her happiness, rest, time with family and lots of travel during her retirement! A reminder that grades will be finalized and report cards mailed home after the last day of school. Report cards are expected to be mailed on Friday, June 22, 2018. For those students achieving Honor Roll for 4th Marking Period, certificates will be available for pickup at WMES the week of June 25, 2018. This date has been adjusted since last week’s callout. We hope that you and your family have a wonderful summer break. Encourage your students to read every day, practice their math facts, and keep a journal of summer fun! The St. Mary’s LIbrary has great programs to keep kids reading; we have more information on our school website, or you can visit any of the St. Mary’s County libraries. School begins again for students on Tuesday, September 4. Have a wonderful summer!
Have a great week!
Pre-K-2 Standards Based Report Card Information
You may have noticed that the primary report card for grades Pre-K to 2 is designed to provide feedback on your child’s progress toward the learning standards for their grade level. Our goal is to provide you with meaningful feedback to help your child learn and grow. To learn more about the standards-based report card, visit the website below. This site also has a link to a survey to give us feedback.