Week of April 19, 2021
Kindergarten Registration Now Open!

Attention families of children who will be 5-years-old by August 1: it's time to register for Kindergarten! The process can be completed entirely online. Enroll now!

Once you've registered, attend our Blast off to Kindergarten event. Only students who are fully registered for Kindergarten will receive a fun take-home gift!
Warriors of the Month

Mrs. Crum’s Class: Lincoln is a hard worker during his virtual lessons. He is a good listener and always participates. Lincoln enjoys a challenge and has done an amazing job learning to read. 

Mrs. Kellner’s Class: Grant is role model for his classmates and a good friend. He is helpful in the classroom and makes sure all classmates are included.  

Mrs. Laughlin’s class: Jack always tries his best and gets all his work done. He is a kind friend to all his classmates.

Mrs. Lackey’s Class: Nathan is a great student and a hard worker. He is always helpful and kind to others. 

Mrs. Smith’s Class: Rico comes to school with a positive attitude. He recently accomplished a major goal he set for himself. We are so proud of him. Rico works hard and never gives up. He is the true definition of a Fairview Warrior!
Important Reminders

Kindergarten 8:45 am-2:55 pm
DAP AM 8:30 am-11:00 am / DAP PM 12:00 pm-2:30 pm
Half Day Preschool 9:00-11:30
Day Care 7:00 am-6:00pm

Kindergarten drop off 8:30 am-8:40 am, pick up 3:00-3:10
DAP AM drop-off 8:20 am-8:30 am /pick-up 11:00 am-11:10 am  
DAP PM drop-off 11:50 am-12:00 pm/pick-up 2:30 pm-2:40 pm
Half Day Preschool drop-off 8:50 am-9:00 am/pick-up 11:30-11:40
Daycare drop-off 7:00 am-9:00 am/pick-up 4:00 pm-6:00 pm

The morning car line will have a bit more traffic. Please be patient. A staff member will come to your car and assist in getting your child. If your child is in a car seat please have them unbuckled and ready when it is your turn. We are doing the best we can to make sure this is all done in a timely manner and your cooperation with adhering to the time slots for each program will help. 

Kindergarten Breakfast & Lunch
We will start having breakfast for kindergarten on March 1. Students will be able to receive a Grab and Go breakfast to take to their room. If you would like to participate in the breakfast program please let your child’s teacher know. The hot lunch program will also start on March 1. You can find the lunch menus here. All students can receive a free lunch for the 2020-21 school year. Students will be required to order lunch in the morning. Teachers report lunch counts by 9:15 a.m.
Connecting for Kids

Check out the great resources available from Connecting for Kids.
Safety Town

Did your Kindergartner miss out on Safety Town last Summer? Do you have a little one gearing up for Kindergarten in the Fall? We are excited to bring Safety Town back this Summer! We will offer one week specifically for those who missed out last year and then sessions for those entering Kindergarten as well as one Adaptive session. Curriculum includes pedestrian safety, school bus safety, fire safety, seat belt safety, water safety, 911 calls, technology safety & stranger danger.
Students will be asked to follow Covid safety guidelines, including masks, sanitizing of hands and social distancing.

Please download the full registration packet at www.fairviewparkrec.com/safety-town for all the details.

Registration for Gemini Center members and City of Fairview Park will begin April 5th and non-residents on May 3.
Save the Date for the 2021 Derby Dash on Saturday, May 22!
We are excited to provide students, families and the Fairview Park community the opportunity to join us for our annual Derby Dash 5K Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, May 22, 2021. We are looking for sponsorships to help make this event a success. Sponsorship Information 
Mrs. Schulte’s Counselor Corner

Resources For Talking to Kids About Difficult Current Events

This next kindergarten lesson for in-person students is reviewing and re-teaching expected and unexpected behaviors in the classroom. We read a book and students got a chance to act out behaviors as their classmates decided if they were expected and unexpected. Remote students read the book, I Can Handle It and we talked about how helpful vs. unhelpful ways to handle uncomfortable feelings and situations. We practiced a few breathing strategies and reviewed coping skills. All kindergarten students will be continuously learning about coping strategies and breathing techniques throughout the year and as they move forward through school. Below are a few strategies to practice at home!
Car Line
Car Line
We ask that you remain patient and drive cautiously. We ask that if you are not in the designated spots 1, 2, 3 that you do NOT get out of your car. We will be moving as quickly as possible, but want to ensure the safety of all students and staff. ALL STUDENTS WILL HAVE THEIR TEMPERATURE CHECKED BEFORE ENTERING THE BUILDING.
Drop off Questions for Daycare:
  • Has your child had any fever reducing medicine in the last 6 hours?
  • Is anyone at home feeling sick?
  • Is your child feeling sick?
  • Have you been exposed to anyone with COVID?
As the seasons are changing we ask that you remember the guidelines when sending your child to school, If your child is experiencing any of the following symptoms we ask that you keep them home.

  • Fever (100 °F)
  • Loss of Smell or Taste
  • Significant Cough 
  • Muscle Aches 
  • Sore Throat 
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Chills 
  • Headache
  • Nausea/vomiting, diarrhea

Please call the office to report an absence by 9:30 a.m. 440-356-3515
Box Tops

You can submit your Box Tops this year by downloading the Boxtops App and earn money for our school electronically. Once you download the app, you will be prompted to choose the school you will be submitting to. No more clipping – this is a much easier option!