Beginning this school year, Westside Community Schools has created a common master elementary schedule, which should make things simpler for parents/guardians and their children. “Specials” (physical education, music, art, and foreign language) are on a four-day rotation. Below is a pdf that lists numbers, which represent the four different “specials” that take place during the academic year for all elementary school. Your child’s teacher will communicate which number (one through four) corresponds to the special activity for the day.
Also, for the parents/guardians of fifth and sixth grade band/strings students, the pdf also includes information on band/string cycle days.
ATTENTION: The attached pdf has been corrected to reflect the Feb. 2 and 4 inclement weather school cancellation days.
Specials Calendar through the end of the 2014-15 school year
extraordinary results follow:
80% of the students participated in the Read-A-Thon!
School-wide the students READ 142,145 minutes and EARNED $15,197!
The 2015 Read-A-Thon theme, Feed your Imagination AND your Community...READ, provided an opportunity for our students to support Paddock Road Elementary and the Food Bank for the Heartland. A case of food is being donated for every 1,000 minutes read, and 10% of the money raised will be donated to feed families in our community. Given the results noted above, Paddock Road will donate:
142 cases of food and $1,519.70 to the Food Bank for the Heartland. The donations will provide
approximately 5,900 meals to feed our Community!
The GRAND prize winner with the highest average number of minutes read per student was:
Mrs. Mitchellʼs Class - 5th grade
The GRAND prize winner with the highest average $ amount of pledges per student
Ms. Cullyʼs Class - Kindergarten
These two classrooms will receive a movie event and $200 for their classroom!
The classrooms in each group that had the highest number of minutes read per student and ice cream sundae party winners are:
Group #1 - Mrs. Butterfieldʼs Class - 1st grade
Group #2 - Miss Dinkelʼs Class - 3rd grade
Group #3 - Mrs. Mitchellʼs Class - 5th grade
The classrooms in each group that had the highest average $ amount of pledges per student and pizza party winners are:
Group #1 - Ms. Cullyʼs Class - Kindergarten
Group #2 - Mrs. Ohmʼs Class - 2nd grade
Group #3 - Mrs. Andrewsʼs Class - 4th grade
Mrs. Mitchellʼs Class and Miss Dinkelʼs Class for 100% participation!
Cole Stanek for reading the most minutes (4,620)!
Roe Battershell for collecting the highest dollar amount in pledges ($460)!
Feed Your Imagination and Your Community...READ!
The Read-A-Thon is approaching (January 2015) and this year thereʼs a NEW TWIST! For the 2015 Read-A-Thon the Paddock Road Community Club has created a partnership with the Food Bank for the Heartland. This year the students will READ to raise funds for Paddock Road Elementary, as well as their community. The goal of this partnership is to foster service, compassion, and character in our students. It is an opportunity for students to see beyond our school walls and into our community to help others. What better way to do that, than through READING! For every 1,000 minutes the student body reads, a case of food will be donated to the Food Bank. In addition, 10% of the Read-A-Thon profits will be donated to the Food Bank of the Heartland!
Help make a difference in our school AND our community; encourage your child to participate!
READ TO FEED!
The Nebraska Department of Education released the State of the Schools Report on October 24, 2014. The report includes testing results from the spring of 2014 in the areas of Reading, Math, Science, and Writing. We are proud of our growth and excited to continue our efforts aimed at increasing student achievement to even higher levels. Thank you for partnering with us in the education of your children.
Click on the links below for additional information and forms.
2014 Paddock Road AYP Letter
Title 1 Transfer Form