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2017-2018 EDITIONS

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Sandra Fernandez, Principal

Susie Rayos Marmon E.S.

(505) 831-5400 Ext. 58809

(505) 321-3472 (cell)

fernandez_s@aps.edu

The Howler Newsletter

PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE

Welcome back and happy 2018!  Another New Year is here and our possibilities for growth are endless. We hope everyone has fully enjoyed our glorious winter break. We hold gratitude in our New Mexico weather, cold and crisp, encouraging freshness and new.  It is time for all of us to continue forward knowing well that we have worked hard as a school community. Absenteeism has decreased. More parents are giving their time to support our school. Parent participation has far exceeded our expectations! We have had a first semester of great learning. Students are excited to come to school. When excitement happens, the possibility of learning is limitless.

We thank you for your incredible support as together we move this school forward. From the SRM family to your family, we wish you a New Year of health, happiness, and strength, to live each day and learn, and persevere, to reach our full potential. 

~ Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Fernandez

REMINDERS

The weather is getting colder. Please help students dress warmly with coats, hats  and gloves as you send them to school.

With students bringing more articles of clothing to school, our lost and found seems to be growing. Please check our Lost & Found located in the cafeteria for any missing itmes.

 

SRM FAMILY NIGHT

January 24, 2018 is our SRM Sandia labs family math night. All families are invited to join us for refreshments and fun as we join together for some fun activities.

 

DID YOU KNOW…

SRM sends out a weekly phone call with important information and events.

Please make sure that our front office has your current contact information so that you receive this phone call.

STEAM LAB NEWS

Parents! Want to help develop your child's STEAM Skills while having fun?? Why not try Game Design? Try the free Bloxels App, which lets designers create their own game space and characters, and immediately test their design by playing the game! Look for the Bloxels App on Google Play (Android) and the App Store (iOS). It's free!

~Ms. Thomas

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ONLINE TESTING PRACTICE

As we move into our second semester of the school year our focus becomes standardized testing for our students. Students in 3rd, 4th and 5th grades will be taking the PARCC test.

The students will be working on practice for this test in their classrooms. There is a link provided below which the students may use at home to practice for the standardized assessment.

Our school webpage has great resources for you and your student(s). Go to http://srmarmon.aps.edu/resources where you can find links for learning sites that are used at school. If you click on the link to the left of the page that says, “ONLINE TESTING Basic Skills,” You can find more links for testing practice, and computer skills like mouse usage, and keyboarding practice.  

~ Ms. Gallegos & Ms. Roybal

NEWS FROM THE LIBRARY…Read all about it!

Save the dates!  Our Scholastic Book Fair is the week of February 20-23!  If you are interested in volunteering for the book fair, please contact me.

Hope to see you at the book fair!

~ Mrs. Salas

COUNSELOR CORNER

Is your family in need of food, utility  help, or housing assistance? The United Way can assist you in locating the information and services you need at no cost. The United Way 2-1-1 line is a phone service available 7 days a week, 8 am to Midnight.  Information can also be found online at www.uwcnm.org/211.

If you are still in need of assistance, please contact your school counselor, Faith Starkweather at extension 59834, or your parent liaison, Roxanne Lovato at extension 59820.

~Mrs. Starkweather

MESSAGE FROM OUR IC

Character Alorithm: Create a Character Algorithm to teach students that precision and good directions are important to gain the intended outcome.

Directions: You will draw a cartoon-esque character (example below) and keep it hidden from the students. Provide step-by-step directions for your child to complete his/her drawing (ie. draw a circle, draw three eyes, draw two antennae with hearts on the end etc). Then, match your drawing with your child’s drawing.

~Ms. Trujillo