Updates from the Principal
Hopefully your children came home from school on Friday excited to tell you all about our school-wide spirit day assembly. During the months of September and October, we have been focusing on the “T” for Tolerance in our T.I.G.E.R.S. acronym. During this assembly, our fifth graders shared a presentation with our student body about the importance of showing tolerance. After this presentation, we unveiled our TASHUA TIGER! This tiger is displayed on the bulletin board outside of the gym.
Some students who are helping earn Tiger Stripes!
Right now, our bright orange tiger is missing his stripes! As classrooms fill up their PBIS (Positive Behavior and Incentive Supports) chart by displaying positive character traits, they will earn a stripe to put on the TASHUA TIGER. Once our school earns 50 stripes, we will be having a school wide celebration in the form of a kickball game. We are hoping for this to occur by the end of next week. Students will be participating in this 1/2 hour celebration with their buddy classes. Teachers will soon be sending home specific times and days for this celebration as it will vary depending on the meeting times of buddy classes.
After we reach our goal of earning 50 stripes, we will set a new challenging, raising the bar each time. Be sure to check out our TASHUA TIGER when you come to school for Visitation Day!
In addition to earning stripes in the classrooms, students can still earn individual stripes in the hallways. These students will be recognized during assemblies and they will receive tiger pins and bookmarks. Watch for these students to be announced in the Monthly Tiger Times!
Enjoy the fall season!