It’s important to remind our students that when they are waiting at the bus stop, they should wait with someone and not be alone. As they are walking home from the bus stop, we encourage them to walk in groups so they are not alone. Students should never get into a car with someone they don’t know and they should always report any suspicious activity to an adult. We want to keep our students safe and are asking for your help in talking with your children about these important bus stop safety reminders.
More than 500 participants braved the cold Saturday morning to take part in the Matt McLeese 5k Mission Walk/Run. Edison had an amazing turnout that included faculty, students, and their families. Katie Williams placed first in the Girls 9-12 division, while Caden Basham took first in the Boys 9-12 division. Grace Volpe finished 2nd in the Girls 13-15. We are proud of all those who spent their morning taking this challenge to honor Mr. McLeese.
P.A.T.S would like to invite you to join your child for our Mornings with Mom event on Friday, March 14th from 8:20 to 8:50 a.m. This is a special time when the children are able to share a treat with their mom or other special woman in their life.
Please return this paper no later than Friday, March 7th otherwise your student will not be released from their class. Unfortunately, we will not be able to accept any forms after the date listed above because we have to pre-order the donuts. Due to limited space, this event is just for Pfeiffer 6th grade students and one guest. We cannot accommodate other family members.
Please meet your child in the cafeteria BEFORE entering the gym.
Ongoing weather challenges have certainly been a disruption to our school days. In an effort to assist your children in keeping up with grade level curriculum, teachers have designed assignments that your children can do from the comforts of their home. Students without internet access will be given the needed materials when they return. Click here for more information on Perry’s blizzard bags and to access assignments.
On February 21st Mr. Jin S. Stearns came to Pfeiffer Intermediate School and shared his story about his life in Korea and America. Mr. Stearns is an author, a speaker, father and husband. He wrote the book Lost Seoul , which tells how he, as a young child, lost his brothers in Korea and then went back forty years later to find them. He talked about his life in Korea and how he came to America. He came to our class to tell his story and tell us we should appreciate what we have. The students of Community 5.4 read Lost Seoul and enjoyed meeting and talking with Mr. Stearns.
The information above was written by Community 5.4 students Kaylee Brown and Parker Wackerly.