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3:25 pm - School's Out

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An alternate to calling the school when your child is sick at home is to email us.

Just send your email to  Linda.lee@mail.bcsd101.com 

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Welcome!!

Naples Elementary School is happy to welcome two new staff members to our school family.

 

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Jenny Mackey has joined our staff as the School Counselor.  She is in the building on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.

 

 

 

 

 

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Cynthia Stovall-Sanders will be our new Special Education teacher.  She will be moving in at semester!

From the Principal's Desk

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January has been a happening month at Naples Elementary. This month we celebrated MLK Day, graduated from the DARE program, competed at the District-wide Spelling Bee, and attended a special showing of BFHS’s A Year with Frog and Toad. The students and staff have been busy winding things down for first semester to say the least.

Naples is excited to welcome our newest teacher, Cynthia Stovall-Sanders. Mrs. Stovall will be joining Naples Elementary and providing Special Education services for our students. Naples has not had services for the past three years. A big thank you goes out to our Special Education Director, Jim Nash; our Superintendent, Gary Pflueger; and our Board of Trustees for recognizing the need for services. Another big thank you goes out to the staff at Naples Elementary who has dedicated countless hours to serving the needs of our kids, and of course another huge thank you to you, the parents and students at Naples, who have been patient and so supportive of our school.

Our HATS classes kicked off on Wednesday, January 20th. This session we were able to offer the following classes: archery, drama, yoga, fun with foods, forensic science, latch hook, fun with snow, rubric cubes, carpentry, readers’ theater, book making, and programming. The students and staff were excited to get started. There will be one more HATS session this year, so if you have a humanities, art, technology, or science class you would like to offer, please let Linda Lee know.

As always, we practice being Safe, Civil, and Productive, and I must commend the students for being just that. If your child ever brings home a WOW ticket, have them explain to you how they earned it. The staff recognizes students every day for exemplifying these characteristics. Speaking of characteristics, compassion is the characteristic of the month for January. The other part to PBIS is helping students recognize when they aren’t being safe, civil, and productive, and help them problem solve how to make better decisions in the future. If your child ever talks about having to fill out a refocus form, again have them explain to you how they earned it. Help them problem-solve, and please show some compassion.

As we transition into second semester, please be mindful of the District’s attendance policy. Students should be in school 90% of the time. If your child has absences that exceed our 90% attendance policy, a letter will be sent home. I tell students it’s their job to learn, and we all know we can’t do our jobs if we aren’t there. Until next month, take care and Go Wolverines!

Lisa Iverson

Principal

Visitors

In an effort to make our school a safer place, ALL VISITORS WILL BE REQUIRED TO CHECK IN AT THE OFFICE, where they will receive visitor's badge.  All doors, except the one that leads straight to the office will now remain locked during the day.  Although we are a small family-friendly school and we know most of you by sight or name, we are required to strictly enforce this new policy.  Thank you for your understanding.

Dear Parents,

 

With the school year well underway, I wanted to write you all and let you know of a few security changes at Naples Elementary. 

  1. Anytime you are visiting Naples Elementary, please make sure and check in at the office.

  2. The main building will be locked from 7:45a.m. to 3:25p.m.

  3. If students arrive to school before 7:30a.m., they need to wait in the cafeteria until the duty teacher comes and gets them for morning recess.

  4. Any student who is getting picked up after school needs to get picked up in the designated pick up area. This is on the south facing side of the building.

  5. Any changes for students riding the bus need to be called in by 3:00p.m.

Please know that these changes are being made to keep our students and school safe. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call or email me.  

Thank you,

Lisa Iverson, Principal

OUR H.A.T.S.

(humanity, art, technology and science) classes are looking for public volunteering.  If you feel you can offer 1 hour a week to spend with a few students in any of the above fields we want YOU.   This is such a wonderful opportunity for you and the children to explore in.  Ideas include, pottery, teaching a language, arts, music, crafting, history, gym sports, specialized arts, creative writing, photography and more.  We would like to bring into the school more of our talents from the community.  If you would like more information or have questions please call the school at 267-2956.

Leaving a Legacy of Love and Life Long Learning. 

NAPLES MAGNET SCHOOL


Mrs. Lisa Iverson, Principal


145 Schoolhouse Rd.

Naples, ID 83847


lisa.iverson@mail.bcsd101.com

(208) 267-2956

fax: (208) 267-2906

Trait of the Month For February


Being truthful in what I say and do.

Each month at Naples Elementary the students work to demonstrate a character trait that will help them grow to be better students and citizens.  Students are encouraged to act out these traits and to notice and encourage other students to do the same.

  • September--Citizenship
  • October-Respect is “treating others with honor and dignity.” 
  • November-Responsibility is “taking ownership of my thoughts, words, and actions.”
  • December-Gratefulness is “showing appreciation for what I have.”
  • January-Compassion is “helping those who are hurting.”
  • February-Honesty is “being truthful in what I say and do.”
  • March-Self-Control is “doing what is right, even when I don't feel like it.”
  • April-Conservation is “being a good steward of what I have.”
  • May-Determination is “overcoming obstacles in order to reach my goal.”childhood-development-clipart-1.jpg

Ski Dates

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The ski dates for grades 3-5 are February 11 and March 10.

The bus will LEAVE at 7:00 a.m. and return at 4:45 p.m.

 

Students in grades 3- 5 will bring home all of the forms and information.

What's Happening at Naples.....

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   Please click on the link for the School newsletter.

Jan news 2016.pdf

Nov/Dec2015.pdf

Oct 2015.pdf

Sept 2015.pdf

 

 

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