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  • February Staff of the Month

     

     

     

     

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    Staff of the Month

     

    Charlie Collins

     

    Mr. Collins is one of the most honesty gentleman I know. You can always depend on him to give an honest word of advice in any situation whether it is to a student or a co-worker. In Mr. Collin’s personal life he is an upstanding, kind, and honest man, which shows through is family and his everyday life.

     

    Charlie Collins is a trustworthy and honest individual. This shows both with his students and with other staff members. Charlie is always smiling, greeting students and staff in the hallway and is always looking at things in a positive light! Charles Collins, His nature is nurture and caring, he is genuine and shows kindness to kids in his class room.

     

    Charlie makes it a point to greet ALL students in the hall by saying "Hello (student’s name)".  Each student that passes by knows that Charlie cares and has an interest in that child.  Charlie and I have discussed this and Charlie has expressed that this is something he does because it's something that he learned as a business man.  Charlie stated that if a manager addresses and says hello to every employee and knows their name, the employee will perform better because they know the boss has an interest in them.  Charlie not only wants to learn each students' name, he also strives to learn a little fact about each student so he can strike up a conversation with them and let them know he cares.  Charlie Collins deserves this award.

     

    He always has the time to listen and the ability to put things into perspective.

    He constantly has a smile on his face and always gives complements with a smile on his face. (Parents, teachers, staff, and students). He treats everyone as they are important.

    He offers/volunteers help to all and opens up the way for providing help and support.

    He understands how to treat individuals and has an amazing sense of humor.

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  • Kindergarteners Recommend Some Good Reads

            In the same spirit as Reading Rainbow, Climax Springs kindergarteners would like to give you their book recommendations. This is their first video and they hope to make more videos for book reviews and some “How-To” teaching videos. This hard working group has just finished a unit on opinion writing and are eager to share their opinions. 

     

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  • Clip & Collect Best Choice Labels For Yearbook

     

    Climax Springs School is collecting

    Best Choice labels!

     

     

    The collection box is in the office.

    Elementary classrooms have collection boxes.

     

    Turn in the label or just the UPC:

     

    Proceeds from the Best Choice label program will go to

    off-set the cost of producing this year’s yearbook.

     

    THANK YOU!

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  • Positive Referral, Good News!

    (Caught Being Good)

     

    This year faculty members send postcards home when students are caught being good.These are Positive Referrals, Good News! Today Mr. Petet rewarded these students with 7 Express Pizza.

    Congratulations to the following students thus far: Haily McIntosh, Isabella Smith, Maige Orr, Lousie Flynn, Kaleb White, Gracie Bartley, Gypsy Heath, & Adam Nease, (Not Pictured: Matthew Henderson)

    Great job students!

    **Be on the look out for Positive Referrals in your mailbox this year.**

     

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  • Climax Springs PTO

     

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    PTO UPDATES FROM MEETING HELD ON MONDAY DEC. 12

    Despite a VERY low attendance to our meeting the following topics were discussed and approved.

    SNOWFLAKE DANCE Will be held on Friday January 6, 2016 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm in the school cafeteria for grades K through 6. This is a home high school ball game night so now is the time to attend a game and have your kids having fun dancing at the same time. Admission is $2.00 per student plus a canned good for Born Again Food Pantry. There will be a dinner served of hot dog chips, punch. Additional bags of chips will be sold for $.50 each. Parents are invited to come take all the pictures on your phones or camera if you wish. There will a photo spot set up for this event.  Below this letter is your response to help volunteer with set up, cook, chaperone, and clean up. If would help if 2 or 3 signed up for one area of assistance.
     

    SILENT PIE ACUTION. Will be held on Tuesday January 31, 2016 during a home ball game. Pies can be dropped off at school the morning of this event. Pie Committee Members will be contacting you for your donation to this event. So pie maker champs get ready!!

    We are still planning the School Wide Spelling Bee to be held sometime in March. Would appreciate assistance with obtaining door prizes and planning this event. Final decision for this will be held at our next meeting on Monday Feb. 13, 2017 in the cafeteria. Look forward to having a good crowd.
     

    NEXT BOX TOP CHALLENGE FEBRUARY 1 TO FEBUARY 15 2017

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    PLEASE DETACH THIS PORTON OF THIS LETTER AND RETURN TO SCHOOL WITH YOUR STUDENT AND YOUR NAME. I WILL HELP WITH THE DANCE BY

    SETTING UP AND DECOTATING_______________________________

    COOKING________________________________________________

    CHAPERONE______________________________________________
    CLEAN UP ________________________________________________

    Click Here to Download and Print

     

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  • 2016-2017 Green Day Calendar

    This calendar provides all the days school will not be in session for students, which are marked in Green. Dates school in not in session but is a potential make-up day are in Red. We hope this helps your students not be absent from school due to appointments. 

    Click Here To Download/View 2016-2017 Green Day Calendar

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    Climax Springs R-4 Honored as Top School District Using Online Learning Resources

     

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

     

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    Climax Springs R-4 Honored as Top School District Using Online Learning Resources

    Knovation announces Annual Digital Learning Award recipients

     

    Climax Springs, Missouri – Dec. 02, 2015 – Climax Springs R-4 has earned a Digital Learning Award for its outstanding use of the Knovation Content Collection to personalize learning with reliable and engaging online resources.

     

    Presented by Knovation, the program honors the top 100 districts across the U.S. that use netTrekker or icurio to find, organize and share hundreds of thousands of standards-aligned resources that are professionally evaluated, tagged and maintained, ensuring students truly benefit from their digital shift.

     

    “The Digital Learning Awards honor school districts, such as Climax Springs R-4, that are leading high-level implementation of digital resources,” said Randy Wilhelm, CEO of Knovation. “We recognize the outstanding use of online learning resources in these schools as an advancement of personalized learning for each and every student.” 

     

    To learn more about the Digital Learning Awards, visit http://www.knovationlearning.com/digital-learning-award/2015

     

    About Knovation
    Knovation makes it easy to find, manage, and use free digital content for learning by professionally evaluating, standards-aligning and continuously maintaining a collection of hundreds of thousands of online resources covering all subject areas, all grades and all learning modalities. The Knovation Content Collection can be accessed through the company’s award-winning solutions (netTrekker and icurio) or through custom integration with several instructional systems and assessment platforms. Since 1999, Knovation has delivered on the promise to do something good for kids, every day, by helping districts meet the needs of diverse K-12 learners in digital learning environments. For more information, please visit www.knovationlearning.com.

     

     

     

     

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  • Up Coming Events

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    • March 24th,  No School/PD Day--
    • April 5th,  Leadership Academy--
    • April 7th,  No School/PD Day-
    • April 12th,  4th Quarter Mid-Term--
    • April 14th -17th,  No School/Spring Break (April 14th Possible Make Up Day)-
    • April 18th,  School Resumes--
    • April 21st,  Cultural Arts Night-
    • April 28th,  No School/PD Day/Possible Make Up Day-
    • May 2nd,  College of Ozarks Tour--
    • May 3rd,  Leadership Conference-
    • May 4th,  Kindergarten Graduation 2pm/Science Invention Fair--
    • May 9th,  Spring Concert 6pm-
    • May 10th,  Elementary Awards 1pm/7-12th Awards 2pm--
    • May 12th,  6th Grade Graduation-
    • May 13th,  Graduation--
    • May 16th,  Finals-
    • May 17th,  Finals/Last Day of School-
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