Thank you for participating in conferences this November. I saw many parents leaving the school with big smiles on their faces. SAP teachers said that it was great to connect with each family: to show them their child’s progress and then team together for continued success. When a child knows that school is a priority for his family he will make it his priority, too.
Our children were given a challenge last month and came through with flying colors. The recess balls kept disappearing. We used SAPSA funds to buy 20 new balls and challenged the children not to lose a single one before Thanksgiving. We made a plan for taking care of the equipment, student leaders volunteered to take charge and the children did it; all of the balls are still here and ready for play. Congratulations kids!
One of the things that visitors to St. Anthony Park comment on, is the way our children are treated by the staff, families and community: with respect and kindness. It is true. Walk the halls, peek into the classrooms, check out the library and even the office and you’ll see it too. The chalk drawings from parents on our sidewalks a couple of weeks ago were like icing on our cake. Thank you to everyone for providing our kids with this happy and nurturing place of learning.
My door is always open,