THE SANIBEL SCHOOL MONDAY REPORTER FOR 11-27-17
CITIZENS OF THE WEEK
Students in Kindergarten and 1st Grade earn Sea Horse tickets for good behavior, helpful attitude, and an eagerness to learn. Each week we select a Sea Horse ticket winner from these classes. These students get to come to the office and select a prize from our prize cabinet. The following students are this week’s citizens of the week: Alexandra Flynt, Logan Block, Maja Mossberg, and Riley Phalen. Congratulations!
Congratulations to our middle school students, who ran in our annual Turkey Trot! The winners were as follows. 6th Grade Girls: Lauren Macalka, Mya Brennan, Summer Santoro. 6th Grade Boys: Elliot Decosta, Othmane Martinez, Kristian Schafer. 7th Grade Girls: Gabby McKinney, Mallory Howard, Camryn Peach. 7th Grade Boys: Lucca Corricelli, Preston Hall, Braydon Williams. 8th Grade Girls: Anna Lermer, Mia Kjoller, Sophia Cohen. 8th Grade Boys: Will Byers, Matt Ciccone, and Grant Kaminer. Congratulations to all participants!
FREE AND REDUCED LUNCHES
Lunches will continued to be free to students through 1/31/18.
MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS OF THE MONTH!
The following middle school students were selected by their teachers and administrators for demonstrating a growth mindset, positive behavior, and leadership with their middle school peers: Kayla Betts, Myellie Cajigas, Sawyer Dieckman, Mia Kjoller, Gabby McKinney, and Brayden Williams. Congratulations!
ELEMENTARY CHOIR REHEARSAL ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27TH. The Elementary Choir will have rehearsal on Monday, November 27th during their normal rehearsal time from 2:15-3:05pm in the music room. Please contact Mr. Giangreco at [email protected] if you have any questions.
LAST ORFF MEETING OF THE YEAR WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29TH
The Orff Club will have their last meeting of the year on Wednesday, November 29th from 2:15-3:05pm in the music room. All members are expected to attend. Please contact Mr. Giangreco at [email protected] if you have any question.
THE OLD SANIBEL SCHOOLHOUSE FESTIVITIES LUMINARY NIGHT:
The Sanibel School is very special. It was the first school in Lee County to be desegregated so that white and black children could go to school together. That happened in 1963. Before The Sanibel School, there was an old one-room Schoolhouse at the Historical Village. It was built in 1896 and is the oldest building in the Village. It was at Periwinkle Way and Bailey Road. In 1903, it was moved down the road to Periwinkle Way and Purdy Road to make it easier for children on the west side of Sanibel to go to school. It stayed there for 100 years until it was moved to the Historical Village. Teachers taught grades 1 through 8 in this one-room schoolhouse. Grades were separated in rows running from front to back. One of the first teachers was Lettie Nutt, and she was paid $2.50 per student per semester. Another teacher, Nancy McCann, wore bobby sox and taught baseball at recess. This one-room school closed in 1964.
The festivities, for the evening start at 3:30 and end at 5:30 on Friday, Dec. 1, 2017. The old Schoolhouse will be open during the entire time. This is our annual Luminary Open House, with free admission, refreshments, and holiday music.
The following students have work displayed in the schoolhouse this year: Kindergarten: Ivery Williams. Grade 1: Dillon Barron, Maja Mossberg, Regan Gould, Danylo Zacharievich. Grade 2: Lilly Wolf, Jillian Breece, Yuan Bonhayag, Kirby Padgett, Madden Johnson. Grade 3: Sammy Wells, Pierce Farhat, Hayden Fuller, Chloe Peelman, and Rivkah Livermon. Grade 4: Lily Brennan, Molly Dunn, Caroline Muddell, Audrey Mulka, Kate Sawicki, and Ava Selby. Grade 5: Grace McKinney.
Tomorrow’s game is GIRLS ONLY at 5:30 against Bonita Charter (this school does not have a boys team). Thursday’s game is against Gateway Charter. Girls play 1st at 5:30 and boys place second at around 6:30. Both are home games.
PTA NEWS THE WONDERLAND GIFT SHOPPE IS HERE!! DON’T FORGET TO SEND IN YOUR BUDGET ENVELOPES! Anticipation is building for all our students around the school for the Wonderland Gift Shoppe. The students cannot wait to go shopping for you and all your loved ones. We are excited about this opportunity to foster a love of giving while demonstrating in a practical way how to plan, budget and spend wisely. The Shoppe will be open on November 29th (Wednesday), November 30th (Thursday) and December 1st (Friday) from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. A schedule and budget envelope will be sent home today with each student. Please remember to send their budget envelope and money in before their scheduled shopping day. Only cash or check (payable to The Sanibel School PTA) will be accepted. Also we are still in need of volunteers so please contact Holly Nuckolls @239-336-4431 if available or sign up directly using the link. http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0c4eaead22a3f58-thewonderland
VISIT OUR SCHOOL WEBSITE! Please visit The Sanibel School website for more information about school policies, activities, calendar of events, our faculty, homework portals, teacher websites, and so much more!
SANIBEL SHIRTS Sanibel School T-shirts are available in the front office (sizes S, M, L and XL) for $10 each. School spirit days are Fridays giving students many opportunities to wear their pride. Office hours are 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM.
YEARBOOK, THE ONE AND ONLY MEMORY BOOK FOR 2017
Parents, teachers and students, now is the time to purchase a 2017 yearbook! The staff has designed the best cover ever!!! Eighth graders have formal portraits in tux or drapes for the first time ever! Cost is $40 now until March 1st. Yearbooks make great birthday, Hanukkah or Christmas gifts. Buy yours today online at yearbookforever.com or at school in the front office with cash or check (made out to The Sanibel School). Don't let your child's memories fade, make sure they get a yearbook.