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1st Grade Music Program 2pm, no evening show
PTA General Membership Meeting 7pm
No School: Spring Break
Full Day Wednesday for Snow Make Up
Spring Musical: Shrek Jr.
3pm & 7pm
LOST AND FOUND
Please come check out the lost and found, all items will be donated during Spring Break.
When you come on
Thursday for the PTA meeting, all items will be on display! OR, come before or after school!!!
TEACHER BIRTHDAY LUNCHEON
THURSDAY, MARCH 30
Rockwell Staff is All-Stars!
On Thursday March 30, we will be celebrating all Teacher and Staff Birthdays that fall between January and June. If you are able to help out or drop off a food item, please sign up. You may drop off your food before school, in the office. All food needs to be delivered by 11 am.
Please include a recipe of your item, if homemade. Also, make sure all containers that you would like returned are labeled with your name.
Thank you for your help!
VP Volunteer Services
ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK
Deadline extended to Friday, March 31
Time to Order a Yearbook - Deadline to order is
Friday, March 31
Prices: Soft cover ($22) or Hard cover ($25)
Don't remember if you ordered a yearbook during back to school days?
Click on this
(sign in if needed):
SPRING AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT PROGRAM
Smart with Art
10am on Monday, March 27
- Mondays 3:10-4:10 Visual Arts: Me, Myself and ART, grades K-5 Class begins 4/17
- Wednesdays - 3:10-4:10 Drawing, grades 1-5 (new class!) Class begins 4/19
- Thursdays - 3:10-4:10 Create with Clay: Bite of Art, grades K-5 Class begins 4/20
Smart with Art is offering discounted tuition if ONE parent can commit to volunteering EVERY class during the session. Please see registration page for details.
LEGO ENGINEERING CLUB - Spring Session
We will have a Lego session for K-2 grades for spring. Do sign up your kids for the sessions and don't forget to sign up to be a parent volunteer.
Intro to STEM with LEGO® Materials, Spring (K - 2nd graders) from Apr 17 to Jun 12 on Mondays!
Let your imagination run wild with tens of thousands of LEGO® parts! Build engineer-designed projects such as Trains, Helicopters, Tree houses, and Beam Bridges. Then use special pieces to create your own unique design! New and returning students can explore the endless creative possibilities of the LEGO® building system with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. There is no prerequisite for this course.
No Class Dates: 5/29
This class is being sponsored by Rockwell PTA. All classes need to have a parent volunteer without one the classes will be cancelled. All parents are required to sign up to volunteer. Please sign up to volunteer.
Lego Engineering Club Chair
CODING WITH KIDS - SPRING SESSION
The spring coding session for the year for grades 1-5 begins soon. Class details and registration links are available below. Registration will open up on THURSDAY, MARCH 30.
Parent volunteer sign ups will be sent out after registration is completed.
GAME DEVELOPMENT / BEGINNER
Do you play games and wonder how they are created? Would you like to build your own computer programs? Come learn how at the Coding with Kids Academy! In this fun after-school class, you will be introduced to the core concepts of computer programming, including loops, conditionals and variables. Using the Scratch development environment, you will learn how to create your own programs, such as simple games, animations, and interactive stories. With new projects each session, you will be able to express your creativity and advance as a coder! Our progressive curriculum will allow you to move to the next level after just 1-2 sessions.
Tuesday, 3:10 PM-4:10 PM
Apr 18 - Jun 13
$179 / 9-week session
GAME DEVELOPMENT / INTERMEDIATE-ADVANCED
Do you love coding and want to learn more? Push your programming skills to the next level in our Intermediate/Advanced class! INTERMEDIATE students will build on their previous knowledge and be introduced to more advanced concepts, such as nested conditionals and functions with parameters. ADVANCED students will dive into complex concepts, such as game physics, arrays, and artificial intelligence. The Intermediate/Advanced coding class is recommended for kids who have already completed one or more sessions with the Coding with Kids Academy or have attended other Scratch coding classes (min. 15 hours of classes completed).
Friday, 3:10 PM-4:10 PM
Apr 21 - Jun 16
$179 / 9-week session
SPRING NOETIC MATH CONTEST
MONDAY, APRIL 17
Registration for the Spring NLMC is now open. The competition is open for all students in grade 2-5. This is a great contest to challenge your problem solving skills. Students will be given 20 problems to solve in 45 minutes. Top scorers and top 10% of all national participants in each grade level will get medals!
Monday, April 17 at 6:30 p.m.
Where: Norman Rockwell Elementary Gym
Fee is $12
Any question about the contest? Just
SHREK JR., THE MUSICAL
SATURDAY, APRIL 22
Join Shrek, Fiona, Donkey and our cast of amazing 4th and 5th grade characters for the PTA Spring Musical in April. Our students are hard at work rehearsing every week to bring you a fantastic show full of song, dance, and plenty of adventure!
Saturday, April 22,
3pm & 7pm (2 shows)
Place: Redmond High School Performing Arts Center
to order tickets or purchase them ONLINE after spring break!
STATE WIDE REFLECTIONS
WSPTA Reflections Award Winners 2016-2017 "What Is Your Story"
The State has published the results from the State Level of the competition. There were no winners from Norman Rockwell but there were many winners from LWSD. Five entries that received the Outstanding Interpretation Award advanced to the National level of the competition. Thanks to all the Rockwell Artists that participated this year, we hope you will be inspired to do it again and again!
Norman Rockwell Reflections Co-Chairs
USED BOOK SALE UPDATE
We're less than two months away from the 13
Annual Rockwell Used Book Sale! This is a great opportunity for you to do some "spring cleaning" while providing others with great reading bargains. Please drop off your book donations to the library. Remember, all proceeds go directly to the library for the purchase of new books! Thanks again to those of you have already donated. Feel free to email me with any questions at
READER BOARD VOLUNTEER
Keep our community informed by changing out the reader boards at Rockwell.
- Large Reader Board: Approximately 1-3 times per month (takes about ½ hour each time)
- Small Reader Board: Approximately once every two months
This volunteer position is perfect for someone with flexible daytime hours as the reader boards should be changed during school hours.
Easy to do after drop-off, before pick-up or immediately after school, or anytime that works for you.
Training provided. Can either start now or in the Fall.
Reader Board Volunteer
SAVE THE DATE: BEAGLE DAYS
THURSDAY, AUGUST 31 8-2pm
Rockwell families complete district paperwork, write checks for school supplies, lunch accounts and donate to PTA Pass the Hat.
More information coming soon.
- NEW this year, students will get school photos taken during Dog Days.
- NEW this year, Teacher Meet & Greet scheduled for the same day as Dog Days 2-3pm.
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