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Register your student for school
Please bring in a copy of your child's birth certificate and current immunizations. If you are unable to download forms, please stop by the office and pick-up a registration packet.
REGULATION OF DANGEROUS WEAPONS ON SCHOOL PREMISES
Waste Management Landfill Workshops
Utsalady has been fortunate to have our local Waste Management working side-by-side with us as learn about
recycling and ways to improve our practice of recycling throughout the building. On Friday, October 25th,
every fourth and fifth grade student was able to go through a workshop helping them to understand how materials
break down and where our garbage goes. Ask your child what they learned!
Rethink Reduce Reuse Recycle
Waste Management encourages students to recycle at a recent assembly
Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) is an innovative program aimed at increasing male involvement in schools across the county. Organized by the National Center for Fathering, this program gives schools the structure to bring fathers and father figures (grand dads, uncles, etc.) into the building to provide positive male role models for the students and to enhance school safety.
Utsalady Elementary School is proud to be a Watch D.O.G.S. School friendly school. Contact the office at 360-629-1260 if
you would like more information and/or to sign up.
Click on "Read More" below to see pictures of our UES Watch D.O.G.S.
Acknowledgement of Handbook Access
The Stanwood-Camano School District is providing the
Student/Family Handbooks and Code of Conduct in electronic form to be more
efficient and provide more convenient access for parents and students.
Students must sign a copy of the document Acknowledgement Handbook access13/14 by September 20, 2013.
A printed copy of the student handbook and code of conduct will be provided to all parents who request them. These copies are also available at all school offices.
No Name Calling Week
Utsalady Elementry is committed to educating our students on the negative impact of bullying and harassment. A BIG “Kudos!” to all of our Utsalady Eagles who participated in our Poster Contest. Below are the artist of our winning posters.
Register NOW at Utsalady Elementary, or You may come into the office during our
August 15th - 31st, 7:30am - 3:00pm, Monday - Friday.
Please bring student birth-certificate and immunization records.
Reading Lots of Pages for Read Across America
21,000 pages. Other teachers have joined in the fun pledging to do something or wear something silly if our students hit different page marks along the way. Mrs. Diane Carlson pledges to wear a Seahawks jersey, and for a Green Bay fan, that would be hard thing to do. Ms. Gilbert, die hard Mariner fan, will dress in
Yankee attire. Ouch! Mrs. Knight says that if they read to 26,000 pages, she will actually wear a Huskies hat for the day. Double ouch! We will also have our usual earn a free ticket to an Aquasox game in June, and new this year is the drawing of bikes for two lucky boys and two lucky girls. You may have seen the
"I Read 50 Pages" or "I Read 100 Pages" slips come home. Each slip is a chance in the drawing for the bikes. So...Read Utsalady Read...and we'll watch Mrs. Keller kiss a pig on March 26th.
Principal for the Day
Cole Cramer, a first grader, was “Principal for the Day” at Utsalady Elementary on Friday, March 5th. Cole’s parents supported the Utsalady Booster Club by bidding on this privilege at the February 27th auction. Cole wore an official nametag, carried a walkie-talkie and ate pizza in the staff lounge. He checked on classrooms, led an evacuation drill and was on morning announcements. He gave a couple of raises, interviewed with the school paper reporters and monitored the lunchroom. Cole learned that the role of the principal was a busy one. Great Job, Cole!
Utsalady Elementary, the Mariner Moose & the D.R.E.A.M Team
On Tuesday, February 2nd, the students at Utsalady Elementary had a visitor. The Seattle Mariner’s own Moose came to talk to the students about being a part of the D.R.E.A.M. Team. Seattle Mariners Community Programs Manager, Sean Grindley, and the Moose talked to the students about the important DREAM Team principals:
• D- Drug-Free
• R- Respect Yourself & Others
• E- Education
• A- Attitude
• M- Motivation
They also left incentives for the students for reaching reading goals. It was a great afternoon of laughter, fun and continued education about the importance of living the dream!
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