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    The week of March 27th  
     Spring Break March 16 - 24
     
    MONDAY, March 27th
     
    Club Panda 4:00-5:00pm
     
     
    TUESDAY, March 28th

    Chess Club 8:15-9:15am

    Club Panda 4:00- 5:00pm
     
     
    WEDNESDAY, March 29th
     
    Club Panda 4:00-5:00pm

     

    THURSDAY, March 30th

    Club Panda 4:00-5:00pm

    Family Library Night 5:00-7:00pm

     
    FRIDAY, March 31st
     
    3rd Grade Wax Museum 2:45-3:30

     
     
    Looking Ahead
    No Club Panda April 3rd - April 6th
    MCA Reading Testing - 3rd,4th & 5th - April 11th & 12th
    MCA Math Testing - 3rd, 4th & 5th - April 18th & 19th

    PTA School Carnival - Friday, April 28th

    Outdoor School-wide Spring Concert- May 17th - 2PM 

     
     
    March lunch menu here
     
     
     Please join Irondale's KnightKrawler Robotics for their fourth annual ComedySportz FUNdraiser and Bake Sale on Saturday evening, April 1, at 7:00 p.m. in the Irondale High School Auditorium, 2425 Long Lake Road, New Brighton. ComedySportz is improvisational comedy which features two teams of comedy actletes competing for laughs and points, with a referee keeping things moving and calling fouls. It is great for all ages from kids to grandparents. Everyone has a good time and no one gets offended...it's anything but boring!  Advance tickets are $10 or $12 at the door the night of the event. To purchase advance tickets, contact Shannon at shannonlynn88@msn.com. We look forward to seeing you there!
     
     
    Interested in Orchestra?
    Please see the attached flyer about summer orchestra here

     
    For more PTA sponsered events please see attachment here
     
     
    Pinewood Home shirts are still available for purchase! There are many sizes available & only $10 a shirt, they make affordable gifts! Order one today by emailing mvpinewoodpta@gmail.com or online at www.mvpinewood.my-pta.org/
     
     
    Pinewood Science Convention
    Let's get excited about science! Read the science letter to learn more about this year's event and how to participate. All 5th grade students and anyone else who wants to participate needs to register online.
     

     
    STEAM Ahead to SUMMER !
    Registration is now open for Mounds View Community Education Summer Camps. They also offer a large number of skill building sports for students entering grades 1 - 12. Please see attached flyer for
    more information here
     
     
    March is Minnesota Foodshare Month- a state-wide campaign to raise awareness about hunger and increase donations for local food shelves like ours.  The more pounds of food and dollars we receive March 1 thru April 7, the larger our bonus incentive is from Minnesota Foodshare throughout 2017!  Check out  the link below for more information and to sign up for DOZENS of Ways to SQUASH HUNGER on our behalf! here
    Thank you to everyone who donated to Pinewoods Food Drive.
      
     
    The 2017 Chalkboard Capers show will Soon be Here!
    It's time to Order Your Tickets & Donate to our Scholarship Fund.
    See details and show times here
     
     
     
    END OF DAY DISMISSAL
    In effort to accommodate all the one-time changes to the end-of -day student transportation, we require notification to the front office 30 minutes prior to dismissal. A 24 notice to the classroom teacher would be preferred.  Thanks so much
     
     
    Title One at Pinewood Elementary School
    Pinewood is a Title One School. Title One funds are used to support students with additional literacy needs.
    A core component of our balanced literacy model at Pinewood focuses on using frequent formative and summative assessments in order to provide specific feedback to students and guide instructional decisions. Key amongst these instructional decisions, is the identification of students who need extra support in the area of literacy. District-wide criteria is utilized to help with early identification of students who would benefit from additional literacy support. Students who demonstrate a need for intervention, are provided with daily support that matches the student’s individual need, connects to quality core classroom instruction, and is aligned to our district intervention framework. Students receiving intervention meet with an intervention teacher until district established proficiency targets are met.

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