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December 4, 2017
Turkeys on Selwyn Campus!
Mark Your Calendar


12/4 (Mon) - 12/8 (Fri) - Winter Book Fair

12/6 (Wed), 11:45 am - Early Release Day

12/6 (Wed) - Spirit Event: California Pizza Kitchen

12/9 (Sat) - Cookies for Kid's Cancer Bake Sale


12/20 (Wed) - 1/2 (Tue) - Winter Break (NO SCHOOL)
Eagle Events
Holiday Book Fair - ALL WEEK
Selwyn’s Holiday Book Fair will be in the Media Center, December 4 - 8. Classes will visit during the school day; parents will be notified when their child’s class will visit. 

Families are encouraged to visit the Book Fair on the evenings of the Winter Programs (12/5 and 12/7). Book sale profits will assist the Selwyn Student Council and Textbooks for Schools, served by The Lunch Project.

Please help us make this a success! Volunteers are needed to run cash registers, assist shoppers during class visits, and help with clean up.

Questions? Please contact Karen Carpenter.
Pizza! Pizza! Pizza!
Visit California Pizza Kitchen at South Park Mall (4400 Sharon Road) on Wednesday, December 6 between 11:00 am and 9:30 pm to e njoy a hot slice with Selwyn friends! It's early release day, so grab the kids or take a break from shopping to have lunch or dinner while raising money for Selwyn!

A portion of money spent comes back to the Selwyn PTA fund, but only if you mention Selwyn when ordering!!

Contact Hillary Lacouture with questions.
10th Annual Cookies for
Kid's Cancer Bake Sale
This Thursday, December 7 and Friday, December 8, the 3rd Grade students will be baking and bagging cookies for their outreach project to support the Queen City’s 10th Annual Cookies for Kid's Cancer Bake Sale

The event will be held on Saturday, December 9 in front of Blackhawk Hardware in Park Road Shopping Center from 10 am - 5 pm. All Selwyn families are encouraged to come out and support the bake sale!

Questions? Please contact Amanda Saylor Jarman .
Eagle News
Tardy Policy: Why It Matters!
After the tardy bell, CMS policy requires all students be escorted into the building and signed in by a parent or guardian. All students arriving after 7:45 am are required to have a tardy slip to enter the classroom and these can only be obtained after they are signed in.

Recently, Selwyn conducted a routine safety drill to practice emergency school lock down procedures during morning arrival. It brought to light just how important the escort policy really is. Children dropped off after the tardy bell and during lock down would be left outside the building with no supervision! It is imperative that parents see them safely inside the building after the carpool drop off ends and the 7:45 am tardy bell rings.
Health & Wellness Tip

Is your child a picky eater? You are not alone! It's easy to become frustrated when your child refuses to eat food so lovingly prepared for them. Don't be discouraged!

Experts advise NOT TO LABEL your child a PICKY EATER. Doing so may result in them labeling themselves PICKY and form a BELIEF that it is who they are. Avoid talking about their picky eating when they are within hearing distance. Encourage them to try new things, but don’t make a big deal about it if they don’t like it or if they refuse. It can take time for their palates to develop. Most importantly, model good eating habits for your children, and continue to serve a variety of healthy foods.