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coming soon:

Nov. 14 – Author Jessica Herrera visit (Library)

Nov. 17 - Thanksgiving Lunch (9:30am - 1pm, cafeteria)

Nov. 20 & 21 - Career Days

Nov. 22 to 24 - Thanksgiving (NO SCHOOL)

Nov. 30 - Spelling Bee

Dec. 8 - Día de las Estrellas

Dec. 12 - Family Night at EXPLORA

Dec 18 to Jan 2 - Winter Break (NO SCHOOL)

Dec. 3 - Students return

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Many thanks to Judy Howard who used to organize our Howler each month. Thank you Judy for your dedication to SRM!

Sandra Fernandez, Principal

Susie Rayos Marmon E.S.

(505) 831-5400 Ext. 58809

(505) 321-3472 (cell)

fernandez_s@aps.edu

The Howler - November/December 2017

PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE

Wow, the Fall Harvest Festival last month was fabulous. The school was jammed packed and cars lined up and down 72nd and Juniper. A special thank you to all the participants of this incredible community event. What a blast for all those in attendance.  

We also had many families visit for their child's parent/teacher conference. We hope the conferences allowed you to connect with your child's teacher and learn about your child's progress. 

November is a quick, but eventful, month for SRM. Break bread with us on November 17th for our Thanksgiving dinner. Explore different careers with us at Career day on November 21st.  Please join us this month as we reflect on all we have to be thankful for.

We have many events in December. Please join us as we cheer on and celebrate our fabulous performers at Dia de las Estrellas, our stupendous spellers at our Spelling Bee, and our wonderful scientists at Explora family night. We look forward to seeing you at SRM! We hope you join us at this special time of year.

~ Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Fernandez

DIA DE LAS ESTRELLAS

Hello wonderful SRM families! It's almost that time of year again to watch our lobos shine in our DIA DE LAS ESTRELLAS performances. It will be on December 8. Your child's teacher will let you know as we get closer to that day, if they will be performing and at what time their performance will be.          ~Ms.Lafont

COUNSELOR CORNER

The holiday season is rapidly approaching and many students are excited to celebrate in the traditions of their families during this time. For many of us the holidays are associated with joy, happiness, and spending quality time with family. However, for some children the holidays can trigger emotional changes such as feelings of sadness or loss. These changes in a child’s emotional state during the holiday season can be related to various circumstances such as past trauma or changes in their daily routine.

Signs of depression in children can include more crying, changes in eating or sleeping habits, or more complaints of headaches or stomachaches. If, during the holiday season, your child or another family member exhibits changes in mood or behavior, help is readily available.  The New Mexico Crisis and Access Line (NMCAL) is available 24/7 for individuals needing to talk to a professional counselor. The service is free and all calls are confidential.  The NMCAL can be reached by calling 1-(855)-662-7474 or at www.nmcrisis.line.com.

~Mrs. Starkweather

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A NOTE FROM THE PARENT LIAISON 

Welcome Families! A month of giving THANKS! I would like to give A HUGE Thank you to those of you that have signed up to volunteer and have already started volunteering. THANK YOU to those families that helped with Fall Festival. If you would like to volunteer please contact me to fill out the documents needed and set a scheduled. 

If your family is in need of any type of resources such as, food, shelter, etc. Please contact I may be able to assist you with your needs. 

THE MORNING SCOOP MEETING IS SCHEDULED FOR NOV. 29, 2017 at 8am in the School Cafeteria. Refreshments will be provided. This will be a monthly meeting for parents/families to learn about your child’s school and ask questions that you may have.

Tuesday, Nov. 21 is Career Day if you would like to come and share your profession with our students please contact me to set it up and get more information. 

~ Ms. Lovato (831-5400 xt 59820)

roxanne.lovato@aps.edu

 

LIBRARY NEWS

Our book fair was a great success!  Thank you to all families for shopping our book fair. Along with new books for our school library, a portion of our book fair profits will go towards hurricane relief efforts in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico. One elementary school in each location will be chosen to help replenish books for their libraries! 

 

Local Author Jessica Herrera to Visit SRM

Albuquerque author/illustrator and SRM parent, Jessica Herrera, will visit our school on Tuesday, November 14th! Her book,The Bad Book, will be available for purchase for $8.99. Only cash will be accepted. There will be other opportunities to purchase her book on November 17, during Thanksgiving lunch and on November 21, Career Day.

~ Mrs. Salas (Librarian)

 

MESSAGE FROM OUR IC

Khan Academy: www.khanacademy.org

Online library of web videos containing over 2,700 video tutorials in math, science, economics, etc. Includes practice problems for students to hone their skills. Appropriate for all ages and grades.

 

ReadWriteThink: www.readwritethink.org/parent-afterschool-resources/

Looking for engaging ways to introduce your child to reading or to encourage your teen to write? Need some age-appropriate book suggestions or rainy day activities? The materials here created by the National Teachers of English (NCTE) are your answer. All of them are designed to be fun, educational, and easy to use outside of school.

~Ms. Trujillo (IC)