PTO Harvest Hootenanny!
Friday, October 27th
6 pm - SES Gym
Our annual Harvest Hootenany is Friday October 27th at Stanwood Elementary. This is a fun, safe night out for the entire family and a great way to bring SES together with the community.
We need some help to make this night possible: setup/take down, concession sales, ticket sales, candy donation, making decorations/signs, games, face paint, baked goods donation. If you would like to volunteer to help or have a donation, please contact the SES office. 360-629-1250
Mandatory Volunteer Training
At Stanwood Elementary, we value our classroom and school volunteers. All Volunteers need to fill out a volunteer clearance form and attend a 30 minute Harrassment, Intimidation, or Bullying (HIB) training.
Training is currently scheduled for:
Friday, October 13, 8:15-8:45am
If you wish to be trained and these times do not fit your schedule or if there are no trainings available, please call the Stanwood Elementary office and make a request.
This training is mandatory for those who wish to volunteer. More training sessions may be available at a later date. Please call the office if you need a training before the next date is scheduled.
Fourth Grade Concert and Veterans Day Assembly
The Veterans Day Assembly and 4th Grade Concert is on November 9th
The fourth grade concert is in conjunction with the Veterans Day assembly on November 9th at 2:00 p.m. Students have been working hard to learn songs to honor our veterans. Parents and families, as well as any veterans, are welcome to attend this concert. Students are encouraged to invite any Veteran they know. Veterans are invited to wear their uniforms, and there will be a special seating section for them, whether wearing a uniform or not.
School Health Guidelines
When should my student stay home from school….?
- If your student has been ill during the night, (upset stomach, vomiting, diarrhea, etc.) the following day he/she should be kept home.
- The student should not be sent to school to see if he/she is well enough to be there.
- If your student has a cold, he/she should be kept home until mucous drainage and coughing have stopped.
- If your student complains of not feeling well in the morning, his/her temperature should be taken. When your student has a temperature of 100.5 degrees or greater, he/she should be kept home until the temperature has been normal for 24 hours.
- If your student has thick mucus or pus drainage from the eye or pink eye he/she should be kept home.
- If your student has a body rash, especially with fever or itching, he/she should be kept home.
If your student has been absent due to a communicable disease, please indicate the disease on the written excuse when he/she returns to school.
Please have an emergency telephone number on file at the school for the school to use in case of injury or illness when the parent cannot be reached through normal channels.
Bus Routes and Transportation
Parents are able to access individual student transportation information on-line! Versatran eLink is the portal to access bus route, stop time, location, and the bus your child will be riding. At the login page the "User Name" and "Password" is your student's 7-digit identification number.
Alternately, parents may contact the bus garage for route information: 360-629-1229
REMINDER: All students need to be at the bus stop 5 minutes prior to their stop time.
Kindergarten Parents: To assure your child's safety, please arrive at the bus stop in the morning and after school 5 minutes prior to the scheduled time for pick-up and drop-off. Parents or guardians MUST meet the bus in the afternoon or your child will be returned to the school or transportation center.
For more information, please call the Transportation Center at 360-629-1229.
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