Sunset Hill Elementary

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    Destination Imagination

     Destination Imagination is a program for all students that encourages teams of learners (3-7 per team) to have fun, take risks, focus and frame challanges while incoporating STEM (science, techenology, engineering and mathematics), the arts, and service learning. Participants learn patience, flexability, persistence, ethics, respect for others and their ideas, and the collaborative problem solving process by desinging a solution to a team challenge. Team practices and preparation take place outside of the school day and parents are the coaches! If you are interesed in learning more about the program before the meeting visit www.idodi.org. If you are unable to attend the meeting, please contact Kathy Bowen at mbowen@usd497.org  or Anna Heinritz at aheinrit@usd497.org.

     

    PTO Meeting 10/10

    Please join us on October 10th in the Sunset Hill Library at 7 p.m. to help support our school.

     

    NO SCHOOL

    School is not in session on October 13th and October 20th.

     

    Sunset Hill Garden Club

    Garden Club will meet every other Tuesday starting on the 26th of September, 2017.

    *A limit of only 25 students accepted based on a first come basis*

     

    Sunset Hill Garden Workday

    Gardening work day will be on October 16th starting at 3:20 p.m. We hope to see you there!

     

    Friendly Smiles Program 10/17th & 10/18th

    Consent forms will be due back to the office by Tuesday, October 3rd.

     

     

     Morning Assembly 10/23

    Introducing Gratitude

     

    Student Climate Survey for 3rd - 5th Grade Families

    The Lawrence Public School District has partnered with the KU Child Behavior Lab to conduct a student climate survey. We are asking parents of youth in Lawrence Public Schools to allow their children to participate. If you say yes, your child will be asked to answer a series of questions while at school. This information will help professionals and the district to identify ways to improve the school environment by reducing bullying and other negative behaviors. You can provide consent in one of 3 ways: online via at http://bit.ly/KULPS , by emailing a signed copy to ChildBehaviorLabKU@gmail.com , or turning in a signed copy of the consent to the box in the office of your child's school. You can contact the KU Child Behavior Lab at (785) 864-7830 or at https://ChildBehaviorLabKU@gmail.com with any questions you may have. 

     

     

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