15 Field Day
16 12:00 5th Grade Panoramic Picture
18 Articulation Day - Schools close 3 hours early - Dismissal starts at 12:35
19 Greenfest at Hammond High School Learn more
23 5th Grade Simulated Congressional Hearing
23 School Spirit Day "Red, White, and Blue Day"
24 School Spirit Day "Pajama Day"
31 6:30-8:00 FRES Enrichment Fair
6 Last Walk to School Day of the year
12 2:00 5th Grade Closing Ceremony (Two tickets issued per student)
15 Dismissal starts at 12:35 p.m.
18 Dismissal starts at 12:35 p.m.
19 Last Day of School (dismissal starts at 12:35 p.m.)
Be sure to check out Counselor's Corner for Eagle Egg winners from May 11!
From the Office
Outdoor Recess Guidelines
The decision to go outside or stay inside for recess is the decision of the administrator at individual schools. The following are to be considered in determining if recess is to be held outside:
• Temperature and humidity
• Wind chill
• Heat index and air quality
• Age of students
• Length of time outdoors
• Adequacy of the children’s clothing
• Condition of the playground
• Falling precipitation (more than a sprinkle or mist)
• Thunder and lightning
Generally, it is assumed that students will be outside for recess when the temperature combined with the wind chill is not less than 20 degrees Fahrenheit or the heat index reading is less than 95. Please make sure your child comes to school dressed appropriately for the weather. If your child has a condition which prevents his/her from going outside for recess or PE, please provide a doctor's note which lists the temperature limitations and the time frame for which the note applies. Thanks for your help!
Forest Ridge News...
Field Day is going to be held on Tuesday, May 15th. The rain date is Tuesday, May 22nd. Adults are still needed to assist in supervising stations. Volunteers for students in grades K-2 please join us from 9:30-11:30. Volunteers for the 3rd through 5th graders are needed from 1:10-3:15. Go on: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040d4da5a62eaa8-field and check out the event(s) y If you don’t want to miss out on a thing, please join us all day! Click on Forest Ridge Field Day to volunteer. All volunteers must have completed the HCPSS required volunteer and child abuse reporting training and turned in the certificate to Mrs. Jackson in the office before May 15th. ALL visitors to the Forest Ridge campus must bring their ID and sign in at the main office.
This year, we would again like grades to attempt to wear one specific color on field day. It is not necessary to purchase new clothing to match these colors.
5th grade will be blue.
4th grade will be yellow.
3rd grade will be white.
2nd grade will be blue.
1st grade will be yellow.
K will be white.
Please check for these things before sending children to school for field day:
Hats and sunglasses are permitted if they are labeled. Extra set of clothes for primary students is recommended.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact your child’s P.E. teacher prior to May 15th.
Need Help Finding Daycare? Parents can visit http://www.marylandfamilynetwork.org/programs-services/locate for help in finding daycare
COMMUNITY NEWS FOR PARENTS...
This camp is all about the joy of jumping in and finding the funny. Listening, saying “yes, and,” collaboration and flexibility are key. Though there is a focus on the basics, students with prior improv experience will find an opportunity to strengthen their basic comedy muscles.
Grades 2-5: 9am-12pm.
Students will work on creativity and teamwork through improv, storytelling, and clowning exercises. Students will perform a show at the end of the week featuring the skills that they learned.
Location: Camp Improv takes place at Centennial High School on the stage and in theatre room.
Cost: $195 includes a Camp Improv shirt
Performance: Students will perform on the Friday of the camp week at 7pm. All tickets to the show are complimentary!
Registration Due: June 1st. Returned check fee is $25.
Questions? Email Kathryn Carlsen at email@example.com
Camp Improv is supported by the Centennial High School Boosters. Visit campimprov.org for information and registration.
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Kennedy Krieger Institute may be able to help with your child's behavior problems. Click here for more information.