Family Christmas Activity!
Eastside Thanksgiving Meal with First Responders!
Do you worry about worrying? The story a few of our first graders read this week had a character, Wemberly, that worried ALL the time. This inspired the students to make their own worry stones.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, November 8th, there will be no school in Harrison County due to it being Election Day! Go vote!
Reminder...If your child would like to participate in Eastside's book character style show on Monday, entry forms are due tomorrow! Entry form link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_3_YfLU90sBQGAJebIGSj6ZP9TwJn7i3Hx2VEGQcd54/edit?usp=sharing
Eastern Kentucky Coat Drive!
Animal Shelter Food Drive!
Digital Citizenship Day 5 - Share this short video with your child, where they learn the difference in private and personal information. ttps://youtu.be/NQ6623GxgEU Then look at the poster for questions to discuss with them.
Digital Citizenship Day 4 - Share this short video with your child about why it is important to find balance in our digital lives. https://youtu.be/hjC5HElWN6g Then look at the poster for questions to discuss with them.
Eastside DQ Night! 5-8
Digital Citizenship Day 3 - Check out the poster below to see ideas to share with your child about being kind and respectful online.
To start off Digital Citizenship Week sign up for the free Family Cyber Safety Night @bit.ly/CyberFamily22. This event is on Oct. 25 @ 6:00 pm. Your family will have fun as you learn together how to stay safe & protect your family online from the comfort of your home.
Digital Citizenship Day 2 - Share this short video with your child, where the Digital Citizenship Characters talk to us about doing the right thing online. https://youtu.be/MMA4ACLreUc Then look at the poster for questions to discuss with them.
Just a reminder: The cookie dough pick-up tomorrow is for guardians of those students who sold cookies. If you bought cookies, those will delivered by the family you bought from.
We had a great day today! Our older students heard several “Haunted Tales” from storyteller Mary Hamilton. Our younger students enjoyed learning about being an author/illustrator with a visit from Amanda Driscoll. They ended the day with cupcakes that looked just like Klondike’s from one of Driscoll’s books. Thanks to our Family Resource Center for helping with funding and the HCHS Culinary Club for the beautiful cupcakes!
Important! Picture day has been rescheduled by LifeTouch from Tuesday, September 27 to now Thursday, September 29!
Congrats to Thuri Maechler-Eastside’s newest elected Site-base Decision Making Council parent representative!
ES 5th grade students are learning how to fold a flag properly and respectfully put it up each morning from Major Jon Montgomery and ROTC high school students.