This week we are learning about Rule #3 from The Energy Bus, No Bullies Allowed. The students and I got out a piece of paper and I told them to crumble it up, stomp on it and really mess it up but be careful not to rip it. Then I had them unfold the paper, smooth it out and look at how scarred and dirty it was. I then told them to tell it they're sorry. Now even though they said they were sorry and tried to fix the paper, I pointed out all the scars that were left behind. I then explained to them that is what happens when someone is bullied. We then came up with 3 rules to keep bullies off our bus.
“Bullies can’t drain our positive energy!” :)
Reminder…fundraiser money is due TOMORROW! The white copy of the order from and all payments should be placed in the Student Collection Envelope. The yellow copy of the order form is to be returned to me. Thank you for all your support in helping our school!
The "Reachout Book" for the fundraiser is due tomorrow this will allow your student to get a bling Coop without even selling anything AND it's picture day tomorrow!
I wanted to send out a reminder about the Tomball Scavenger Hunt. I hope you and your child are having fun "hunting" for the different items. I can't wait to see what they bring in. Since Monday, October 9th is a holiday all items will be due Tuesday, October 10th.
The Assignment: Community Scavenger Hunt
Each student is to collect 12 or more of the 14 items on the scavenger hunt list. The student must present the items in the exact way as noted. For example, the crayon rubbing of a building cannot be a picture or a drawing of the building. Students may use devices to take pictures.
**Please label all items and put them in a bag to send with your child.**
As most of you know our theme this year is Energy Bus. There are 5 rules to Energy Bus and we just completed Rule #1: Create a Positive Vision. Each student was given two paper clouds and paper sunglasses. The first cloud was to write a personal positive vision for themselves. For example, be the best big sister I can be to my baby brother. The second cloud was to write an academic positive vision for themselves. For example, make A/B honor roll, make all A’s, get 250 points on Class DoJo. The sunglasses were to draw a picture to match their positive visions. The kids really enjoyed this activity and I’m sure are excited to share them with you. When your student gets home today make sure to ask them what their positive visions are. :)
A couple of reminders…
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask.