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1 Mentor Public Schools The Cornerstone of the Community The Beacon Lighting the way for tomorrow s leaders October 26, 2018 Dear Sterling Morton Families, A Message from the Principal Over the last few years, Mentor Schools has collected data from students, staff, and parents through the BrightBytes Survey. This survey is to guide our next steps in keeping students safe in a web-based world. In the most recent data collected, it was revealed that 74% of our teaching staff spent 3 hours or less per year teaching about creating an online presence. Recognizing this deficit, Mentor staff participated in Digital Citizenship training back in August, which gave them access to curriculum to teach internet safety, the dangers of cyberbullying, and the often-unrecognized consequences of a digital footprint. These 5 lessons will be spread out throughout the school year. Volume 15, Issue 5 Sterling Morton Elementary School 9292 Jordan Drive (440) Fax: (440) We Care: (440) Principal: Jacqueline Sturm Secretary: Irene Springer Oct. 31 Halloween Parade and Parties Oct. 31 Excercise/Nutrtition Club, grade 3 As a reminder, the Halloween parties are set for Wednesday, October 31st. Those parents who are signed up through PTA to volunteer, will be free to go to the classrooms at 2:10 PM to set up, after checking in. Students should not come to school in costume. They will have 5 minutes to change into their costumes prior to the parade (see attached for costume, parade, and treat guidelines). The parade will begin at 2:20 PM, and weather permitting, our students will march along the sidewalk. If you are not signed up, but would like to see your child in the parade, feel free to line the sidewalk out front! See the attached Costume Guidelines and Halloween Parade Information in this Beacon. Thank you to all who volunteered at the PTA Spooktacular Carnival! What a fun night! This would not have been such a fabulous night without all of you, your cakes, and your friendly faces! We eagerly are already looking forward to next year s Trunk or Treat night! As always, I can t thank you all enough for helping to make Sterling Morton the wonderful school that it is! It is very evident to us that this is only possible with the support of the fabulous Sterling Morton families. Should you ever have any questions, concerns, or just a terrific idea you would like to share, please send me an at or call the main office at Very Sincerely, Mrs. Jacqueline I. Sturm And check out our website for upcoming events, resources, forms, and information: Nov. 2 Braun, DeCesare and Adams Bowling Field Trip Nov. 7 Picture Retakes Nov. 7 Student Council Nov. 7 Exercise/Nutrition club Grade 5 Nov. 7 PTA Reflections Night 5-6:30pm Nov. 8 Intramurals Nov. 9 PTA Ceramics Night 6:00-9:00pm If your child is going to be late or absent, please call the school before 9:15 am. Our lunch count is called in at 9:30 every morning and it is very important that we know what your child is doing for lunch. Page 1

2 Costume Guidelines Due to time constraints, all costumes must fit over student clothing. There should be no makeup or hair products while at school. We ask that you save that fun for your evening festivities! We also ask that costumes are appropriate for walking, with no masks, and length is free of entanglement and will not be stepped on by self or others! Students will not be allowed to wear masks while at school. No scary clown costumes are allowed. Toy weapons are NOT permitted in school. This includes any costumes that come with an item that could be considered a weapon, a look-a-like weapon, or a dangerous object, no matter what the age of the student. Halloween Parade Information Students will change into their costumes at 2:10 p.m. We will begin the parade at 2:20 p.m. Students will exit out the 4th/5th grade hallway doors, walk along the sidewalk and re-enter through the front doors. Parents are welcome to park in the parking lot and view the parade from outside around the sidewalk! We ask that parents spread around the sidewalk so the students have people watching them throughout the parade! If the weather is inclement, then the parade will be cancelled. Class Party Food Guidelines/Enforcement Bottled water is the only beverage to be served, along with a maximum of two food treats (at least one healthy food item should be considered). All treats need to be individually prepackaged and factory sealed, with the ingredient label visible on the individual/original packaging (no homemade treats permitted). Foods containing the 8 most common allergens are not permitted as treats (peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, wheat, soy, fish, shellfish). Permitted individually prepackaged and factory- sealed treats (as of April, 2016) Lay s Classic chips Fritos Original Smarties Starburst Swedish Fish Fruit cups Applesauce Mott s Fruit snacks any Enjoy Life product Philly Swirl Cups or Stix Minute Maid Frozen Juice Bars Minute Maid Soft Frozen Lemonade & Raspberry Skinny Pop Popcorn Healthy prepackaged snacks purchased through Mentor Schools School Nutrition Services (at least one week s notice required). Please Ms. Jeni Lange at

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10 Office Hours: 8:00am 4:00pm Teacher Hours 8:15am-3:30pm Student Hours 9:10am 3:20pm Breakfast Begins 8:50am Students in Classrooms 9:10am Parent Pick-up 3:10pm Change in Dismissal If you need to change your child s routine dismissal, please send in a note to the classroom teacher. If school has already started, please call the office prior to 2:00 pm. Phone calls to the office should be for emergency purposes only and should be made before 2:00 pm. webmenus2/#/view?id=594d34d3eabc b456a

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16 Sterling Morton PTA Corner 10/26 Fundraiser Orders Delivered 10/31 Halloween parties 11/07 Reflections Night-5:00-6:30 at Sterling Morton 11/09 Ceramics Night- 6:00-9:00 11/28 PTA Meeting 6:30 PM 12/4-12/6 Holiday Shop 12/7 Ladies Night Out of Shopping 12/8 Breakfast with Santa 12/21 Holiday parties PTA News Thank you to all the parent, student, and staff volunteers that helped to make this year s Spooktacular Carnival a success. We couldn t have done it without you! Fundraiser orders will be delivered on Friday, October 26 th. Any orders too large to be sent home with your child will be available in the gym for pickup until 5:30. PTA, nor Sterling Morton can be held responsible for any items that are left over the weekend.

17 Ceramics Night Hosted by Sterling Morton PTA Please join us on Friday, November 9th at 6:00 pm for Ceramics Night at Sterling Morton. This is a fun event for the whole family! Items available for painting will range from $6.00-$12.00 per item. Light cords with light bulbs are also available (if needed) at an additional $5.00 per cord. All paint and brushes are provided. Please RSVP by November 5th so that we can be sure to have enough pieces for everyone. Thank You, Rachel Tabone Name: Ceramics Night RSVP Number Attending:

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