Week of March 2-6

*The Market Day pickup has been rescheduled to Tuesday, March 10, 3:15 – 4:30 .

*Sunday, March 8th: Daylight Savings Time Begins – Turn Clocks AHEAD 1 HOUR!

*Wednesday, March 18th: Kindergarten Registration 2015-2016 rescheduled: We will keep your original appointment time.  If you are unable to keep that appointment, please call 610-351-5810.

*Wednesday, March 25th : Ironton Elementary welcomes author/illustrator Nick Bruel to our school.  He is well known for his “Bad Kitty” series of books, and will share his talent of writing and illustrating with our students during the day.  An order form to purchase books at a discounted price that will be autographed on the day of his visit was sent home yesterday.  All orders and payment are due by Monday, March 9th.  If you already own a book by Nick Bruel that can be sent in as well.  Please follow directions on the information sent home or attached flyer.  AUTHOR VISIT

*Health & Wellness Newsletter, March 2015  Health Wellness March 2015

 

Please click on link below to view all flyers with important Ironton / PTO / Community Information.

http://www.parklandsd.org/ir/e-communications

 

 

Week of February 23-27

IMPORTANT DATES

*Wednesday, March 4th: No Kindergarten Classes due to 2015-2016 Kindergarten Registration

*Wednesday, March 4th: Kindergarten Registration for 2015-2016 school year:  Please call the office to make an appointment (610-351-5810).

*Sunday, March 8th: Daylight Savings Time Begins – Turn Clocks AHEAD 1 HOUR!

Ironton’s Annual Winter Read-A-Thon is off to a great start!  Please continue to encourage your child to read at home and record the minutes he or she has read on the “Saddle Up and Read” form that was sent home.  These Saddle Up and Read forms should be returned to school every Friday with a parent signature.  For more information on the program, or to access the Saddle Up and Read forms, please visit Dr. Walkovic’s website at: https://sites.google.com/a/parklandsd.net/walkovic/reading-rodeo

BrightBytes Technology Survey

Our district will be partnering with BrightBytes, an educational software company, so that we can learn more about our schools’ technology use for student learning. Our goal is to gather data on technology access and skills, and on our district’s technology environment, in order to understand the connection between technology use and student achievement. To gain these insights, we must provide BrightBytes with a complete picture of technology use at school and at home within our district. We will be asking  students, teachers, administrators and parents to participate in the project to help us gather this data. Your participation is important to us and will make the difference between having a complete versus a limited understanding of our district’s technology use. The web site address for the survey is http://www.Bbyt.es and the code for each school is located in this post.  Click the Read More button to access the codes or click here.

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Reading and Home School Connections

Home & School Connection March 2015  Home School March 2015

Reading Connection March 2015  Reading Connection March 2015

Home and School Connection February 2015  Home School February 2015

Reading Connection February 2015  Reading Connection Feb 2015

Health & Wellness Newsletter February 2015  Health Wellness February 2015

*Reading Connection January 2015  Reading Connection January 2015

*Home & School Connection January 2015  Home & School January 2015

December Reading Connection  Reading Connections Dec 2014

*December Home & School Connection  Home School December 2014

*November Health & Wellness Newsletter Health and Wellness Nov 2014

*October Health and Wellness Newsletter  Health and Wellness October 2014

*September Home School Connection  Home School September 2014

*September Reading Connection  Reading Connections September 2014

Week of September 15-19

We now have a second set of doors at the Main Entrance on Levans Road, just like all of the other Parkland Schools!  We have placed a desk in between the doors so parents can drop off forgotten lunches, instruments, homework, sneakers, birthday treats, etc.  The desk will have sticky notes and pencils for you to write your child’s name and teacher.  If your child forgets something and you need to drop it off, please press the outside buzzer and you will be granted access to that area, where you can drop off the item.  If your child is late, or if you are picking up your child early for an appointment, you will still need to come into the office to sign him/her in and/or out.