Bobcat Bulletin February 15, 2023
Keep Going Keep Growing
A MESSAGE FROM MRS. ANDERSON
Dear Bobcat Families:
It’s hard to believe that we are already in mid-February and making our way through quarter 3. Interims will be coming home with all students tomorrow. Please take the time to review this important report with your student and contact the classroom teacher if you need set up a conference.
On Friday, we look forward to celebrating Random Acts of Kindness Day. Our students and teachers have been sharing ways in which kindness is shown on our campus. On Friday, we hope to see our classroom doors overflowing with love from kindness hearts throughout the week.
As we approach the spring months, now is the time the district begins to plan for the 2023-2024 school year. You are an important stakeholder and your feedback is valuable. Please take the time to fill out the annual Title 1 survey to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FY24StakeholderEPE
As always, thank you for your continued support. Please reach out to me with any concerns, comments, or suggestions.
Mrs. Anderson, Principal
In collaboration with Benison Center, we are excited to enter all community members who attend our SAC meeting into a donation raffle drawing. We look forward to seeing who will walk out of the meeting with a prize.
The agenda will be published our school website under About Us- School Advisory Council (SAC) https://www.collierschools.com/Page/6981
Tuesday, Feb 21, 2023, 07:30 AM
3650 Westclox Street, Immokalee, FL, USA
Save the Date: Showcase of Immokalee Schools
A Message from the Clinic
Has your child lost a jacket or sweatshirt?
- Fall Festival
- Winter Holiday
- Valentine’s Day
- End of Year
On the classroom celebration days, refreshments and treats must be store bought. Treats/refreshments are not permitted to be brought into the building for dates other than the four celebrations listed above. Each classroom teacher acknowledges a child’s birthday in various ways. In all cases, children are recognized on their special day. Birthday parties will not be held at school.
To help avoid disruption of activities, we ask that you refrain from having flowers or balloons delivered to your child at school. These items cannot be transported by bus, nor delivered to the classroom during school hours.
FortifyFL was created and funded by the 2018 Florida Legislature as part of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act. The application was named by students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. The Office of Attorney General, Department of Education and Florida Department of Law Enforcement coordinated its development and roll-out.
Instructional Materials Review
Eden Park Elementary School
Location: Eden Park Elementary School, Westclox Street, Immokalee, FL, USA