A big THANK YOU to the parents that volunteered for the month of November to assist with morning drop-off. Your help has created a world of difference in front of the school every day. The flow of traffic is moving far more quickly and our children (even pre-K!!) are becoming increasingly independent while walking into the building on their own!
We are grateful to Steve Trautlein, Rozena Raja, Garrett Elias, Deborah Kinzer, Tiffany Morales, and Ramona Perez for their tremendous support!
If you are interested in volunteering for future morning drop-off duty, please see Michele Rowe.
Castlewood’s Multi-Cultural Day will be celebrated on Wednesday, November 22nd. Celebrations will vary by classroom. We look forward to learning about everyone’s cultures, customs, and traditions!
Join us for a fun evening of searching for the answers to clues about our school!
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Parents who have a fit bit are encouraged to wear them, the parent who takes the most steps will win a Castlewood t-shirt.
Castlewood’s Student Council, and The Kindness Committee prepare for National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month!
Wear a BLUE SHIRT on Monday, October 2nd to show support of student council and our school’s efforts to prevent bullying situations!
October’s bully prevention efforts will include the launch of the Buddy Bench (Castle Playground) & Kindness Cone (Yard Playground), A UNITY Day ceremony on October 25th, opportunities to create No Teasing Zone posters for the cafeteria, a read aloud from The Kindness Committee’s favorite author Maria Dismondy, and the start of the 2017-18 Student Kindness Committee. We can’t wait for October at Castlewood!
Castlewood was buzzing on Tuesday morning as 189 fathers and father figures came to support students! These grown-ups worked along side their children to create origami boxes and participated in class conversations about their school days, failures, persistence, and ways of building strength. A HUGE thank you to all of the adults that took time to join us, as well as the classroom teachers who opened their arms and doors to embrace this important life lesson. Pictures are below to capture these dynamic duos and families… enjoy!
Tuesday, September 19th is
TAKE YOUR DAD* TO SCHOOL DAY!
*Any significant figure in a child’s life is welcome to attend the event, including grandparents, uncles, big brothers, cousins, and MOMs filling the role of the father may attend the event.
Please join us to celebrate and explore this year’s Dad’s Day theme,
“BUILDING BLOCKS OF STRENGTH”
Schedule of Events
7:45AM: Parent Workshop on The Student Independence Progression
8:30AM – 9:20AM: Adults will go to child’s classroom for an in-class activity
If you are interested in having your child participate in our onsite after-school program, please read and complete the following forms. Completed forms may be returned on the first day of school.
Please note: Program to begin on September 11th, however registration is ongoing.
THERE WILL BE A BRIEF ORIENTATION MEETING ON FRIDAY, 9/8 AT 3PM IN THE CAFETERIA.
We can’t wait to see the smiling faces of our students, staff, and families as we open our doors for a brand new school year! As you soak up the final days of summer, don’t forget to get your supplies (lists by grade below) in order and a good night sleep! We will see you on September 7th!
Wishing all students, staff, and families a sun and fun filled summer. Explore, read, and rest-up! We will see you on the first day of school: September 7, 2017!
Not sure what to do this summer? Check out the many links, calendars, and local events listed on our Events and Activities page!