On Friday we enjoyed a special school wide PBIS celebration. Some photos from the absolutely perfect morning below! We also enjoyed our field trip to Heller Nature Center. We learned all about animals, habitats and survival needs of the local animals.
This coming week we will get to explore the greenhouse one last time as a class, Tuesday we will have Field Day, and Wednesday is the last day of school!
Please note- both Tuesday 6/11 and Wednesday 6/12 are early dismissal days. Students will be dismissed at 1:40.
FIELD DAY INFORMATION:
Indian Trail’s Field Day is scheduled for next Tuesday, June 11th in the morning. It will be one big all-morning, all-grade-level, all-staff event! We are excited about the entire Indian Trail community coming together as a finale to another great school year!
There will be 20 color-coded teams. Students have each been assigned a team by color and will receive that color band. Teams are made up of mixed-age groups, composed of Kindergarten through 4th grade students. The 5th grade students will be leading the teams (with a teacher) and helping at the different stations. Each team will visit 10 different stations where they will participate in an activity with another team. There will also be a break station where students can refill water bottles and relax with teammates.
Please make sure your child is dressed to PLAY! Students are required to wear gym shoes for participation. They are encouraged to wear comfortable clothes that may get dirty and/or possibly wet. Please make sure to apply sunscreen to your child before school in the morning. Please send a water bottle, labeled with full name and 1D, to school with your child.
*One of the most important reminders is that all students need to have excellent, positive sportsmanship during Field Day. With students of all ages playing against and/or with each other, it is important that all students serve as good role models for each other. There will be no “overall winner” on field day, so it will be fun, friendly, and positive competition.