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Creating a Caring Community

February 10, 2020

pawWHAT IS YOUR CHILD DOING IN SCHOOL?

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Visit our Photo Gallery to see photos from school events such as the 1st/2nd Grade Musical, Halloween Parade, Walk to School Day and the first day of school.

Visit our website at coolidge.wyckoffps.org.

pawCOOLIDGE SCHOOL CALENDAR

Visit the Coolidge School Calendar to learn about upcoming school and district events.

pawFRIDAY FOLDER HANDOUTS

Click here to access Friday Folder handouts from the school and community.

paw GLOBAL SCHOOL PLAY DAY

Coolidge School participated in Global School Play Day on February 5th. On this day, students spent at least part of the school day engaging in unstructured play.  Global School Play Day not only provided an opportunity for fun but it allowed students to independently navigate conflict, boredom, and struggles associated with organizing play on their own and interacting with peers. We were also able to learn so much about our students and saw talents and strengths that might not normally have been seen. This knowledge allows our teachers to know their students better as both individuals and learners. GSPD has been promoted by Psychology Today and is being celebrated at schools around the world. We are so excited about this great learning opportunity that allowed our students to develop their social skills, innovation, and creativity through play while doing our part to lessen stress and anxiety. 

paw SCHOOLS CLOSED- WEEK OF FEBRUARY 17TH

As you are aware, the Wyckoff Schools will be closed during the week of February 17th. If your child(ren) will be absent from school either just prior to or after those days please be sure to notify the classroom teacher and Mrs. Krey. 

paw VALENTINE'S DAY

Children in grades K-3 may bring in Valentine's cards for their classmates but candy, gum, chocolate, etc. cannot be attached. Teachers are not allowed to distribute cards that have treats attached. Instead, students may add a sticker, pencil, etc. if desired. Students in grades 4-5 do not distribute cards but do other activities associated with the holiday. 

Also, class parents must adhere to the guidelines for parties. All food for parties must be brought in by February 13th unless it is perishable. If you have any questions please contact Nurse Krey. 

 paw COUGAR CONSTITUTION

  1. Take Care of Yourself
  2. Take Care of Our School Community
  3. Treat Others the Way You Want to be Treated
  4. Have Fun and Be Safe

 

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