The St. Maries Public Library will be offering a summer program! There will be several different scheduled fun activities for students like a kick off party, piano lessons, science, music…. Be sure your students sign up to get the reading log to receive prizes!
Check out the most recent newsletter for parents Exercise Kids’ Minds during the Summer!
“If students laze away the days of summer without using their minds, they can lose up to a month of learning – especially in reading and math. Stem the summer slide and keep your child engaged with these fun, brain-friendly activities.” National Association of Elementary School Principals
Yesterday our students learned about fire safety and how to keep our forests safe! Smoky Bear stopped in with the Idaho Dept. of Lands gang to share important information and some cool reminders for students to take home!
Big thanks to the folks at Idaho Department of Lands!
Our Parent Teacher Organization is in need of your help! The year started out with higher numbers, but now has dwindled. They are looking for parents to help out for the next school year as it’s a lot of work for the small handful that they have right now. Please read the letter below for further information or go to the PTO page on our website!
3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade students dressed up in pajamas for Relax and Do your Best for ISAT Testing!
April is Autism Awareness Month. It is estimated that the number of students diagnosed with Autism has increased to 15% or 1 in every 59 children. Now is the time to better understand what is Autism and how it affects our students. Visit Autism Speaks to learn more about it.
The latest newsletter form NAEP is about helping your child understand Autism. Check it out! CLICK FOR NEWSLETTER
Our kindergarten classes were able to visit and learn about fire safety today while looking at the fire truck! Special Thanks to the St. Marie’s Fire Protection District!