News & Views
January 6, 2019
January 9 – PTC Meeting 6:00 pm
January 14 through 25 – Kindergarten NWEA Testing
January 16 – Math Night 5:00 – 7:00 pm
January 18 – Early Dismissal (12:02 pm
January 21 – NO SCHOOL
January 25 – PTC Popcorn (50 cents per bag)
February 13 – Student Count Day!
February 22 thru 25 – NO SCHOOL (President’s Day Recess)
February 26 – School Resumes
February 26 & 27 – 1st Grade Vision Screening by LCHD
February 28 – 1st Grade Vision Re-Screening by LCHD
LCHD Vision Screening 1st Grade - The Livingston County Health Department will be at H.T. Smith to vision screen all of our 1st grade students along with any requested referrals. If you do not want your child to have a vision screening done please contact the office before February 26th at 517-223-6430.
Please do not park in the drop-off (Kiss & Go) lane in front of the school. This lane is to be used for parents to drop off their children and move ahead so the next car can do a drop-off.
Medication –If your child requires any prescription or non-prescription medication during the school year, a parent or guardian must bring it to the Smith Office to drop it off and complete the necessary paperwork. School Board Policy states that children are not allowed to transport medication.
FYI- Each school building in the Fowlerville Community School District has a Child Study Team / Response to Intervention process in place, which is a vehicle for staff members to review student performance, concerns, and collaboratively develop interventions. If you have concerns about your child’s development and are interested in more information on special services, contact his/her building Principal.
There are Preschool Openings for the 2018-2019 school year! -Livingston Educational Service Agency Early Childhood Programs continue to enroll for the 2018-2019 school year. There are many 4-year-old openings in the Fowlerville program located at Munn Early Childhood building. Head Start and Great Start Readiness Programs offer no cost/low cost preschool to income eligible or children “at risk” who qualify under federal and state guidelines. Families meeting eligibility guidelines have access to learning opportunities, health and wellness, social and disability services, and other community resources. Children of all abilities are encouraged to apply. To find out more information about applying and to see if you are eligible, call 517-548-2100 or go to www.LivingstonESA.org.