MONDAY, February 20No School
TUESDAY, February 21100th day of School
Chess Club 8:15-9:15amClub Panda 4:00-5:00pmPTA Meeting - 6:30-7:30
WEDNESDAY, February 22
Club Panda 4:00-5:00pm
PTA Fundraiser kick-off
THURSDAY, February 23
PPAC Rehearals 8:00amClub Panda 4:00-5:00pm
Family Library Night 5:00-7:00pmFRIDAY, February 24
Looking Ahead:March 16th - March 24th - Spring BreakFebruary lunch menu herePTA NEWSPlease join us for the PTA meeting on February 21, 2017 - 6:30-7:30pm in the IMC. The fifth grade team will be discussing LEC. We will also be joined by representatives from EPAT (Edgewood Teachers & Parents). There is going to be a lot of great information for fifth grade parents! As always, childcare will be provided. Hope to see you there!YEARBOOK, YEARBOOK....DON'T MISS OUT!!You can still order your copy today, but only online at ybpay.lifetouch.com use code: 2325717KNIGHTKRAWLER ROBOTICS,FRC TEAM 2052 Invites you to attend our annual Sponsors, Family, and Friends Night on Friday, February 24, beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the Irondale High School Auditorium, 2425 Long Lake Road, New Brighton. Come meet the team, learn this year's game and view our 2017 robot as we prepare to get ready for this year's game challenge FIRST Steamworks. We hope you can join us!
HELP SUPPORT THE IRONDALE MARCHING KNIGHTSOn Thursday's during the month of February, Moe's Restaurant (2400 Hwy 10; Mounds View) will donate 20% of the meal portion of your bill to the Irondale Marching Knights Band program. When checking out, remember to mention Irondale Bands. Thank you for your patronage to Moe's and for your support of the Irondale Marching Knights Band Program!END OF DAY DISMISSALIn 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 muchTitle 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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