Showing posts from October, 2018

Peach Crisp Chia Pudding for National School Lunch Week!

It's National School Lunch Week and our students our loving it! Yesterday, the Peach Crisp Chia Pudding was a big hit! Today, the Apple Salad was enjoyed, tomorrow is bring your parents to lunch and the lucky winners of Lucky Tray Day will be announced on Friday!

FHS and SMS Leadership and Honor Societies teamed up to help clean up the Fernley Cemetary this weekend. 

Healthy Lunch!

What's on your plate!? RES students are making healthy choices at lunchtime! 
Fun fact: October is National Apple Month!

YHS Students Make a Difference with Their Blood Donation! ♥

Yerington High School's NHS (National Honor Society) and HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) hosted a blood drive on September 27th.  Overall, they had 46 individuals step up to donate and were able to have 35 successful donations, which collected 49 units of blood. This blood will be used to save up to 147  lives!

So far, it has been used to help the following individuals:

18 year old female - Cancer
12 year old male - Cancer
Newborn female - Heart Condition
Newborn male - Neonatal Transfusion
57 year old male - Trauma
22 year old male - Blood Disorder

Respectful Students!


Respect Week at Cottonwood Elementary School!

Thursday was write a respectful message in chalk!

Kindness is contagious!

All students tied a blue ribbon on the school fence in honor of Week of Respect!

2019 Reading Week Conference At UNR

Please see below for an opportunity for teachers to engage in conversation with leaders in the field of reading. The conference will feature discussions on visible learning and close reading, supporting English Learners in the classroom and representatives for multicultural children's books.  See the flier for more details.

DES Start with Hello Week!

Last week Dayton Elementary Students were a part of Start with Hello Week.  The students focused on being respectful, including new friends in activities and recognizing the things they have in common with each other.  Students met new friends on Monday and learned something new about them. Emoji day was a fun way to focus on respectful behavior and students and staff also contributed to a giant jigsaw puzzle showing that “we all fit together!”

Respect Week at RES!

Yesterday, students participated in a special Live at Lunch focusing on respectful behavior... Today, they wrote respectful actions on leaves for their tree in the Maker Space area.... And all this week the students are participating in a Respect Scavenger Hunt! On Friday they will have a drawing for prizes.