2018-2019 Board & Committee Chairs - Sedalia Park Elementary
Please consider volunteering for the many opportunities available throughout the school year. We want to make it an amazing school year for all of the kids and staff at Sedalia Park. No job is too small! We need everyone's involvement, take an active role here at Sedalia Park! Get involved!
Thank you so much for all of your support of Sedalia Park.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to the 5th Grade Camp Scholarship Winners!
Joshua Markwood (Ms. DeCaria's class)-Joshua is going to attend Camp Coleman this summer
Rowan Graves (Mrs. Willard's class)- Rowan is going to attend KSU Summer University - Extreme Science Camp.
May 14th-18th | Book Fair
It’s time to stock up for SUMMER READING!
Please visit our BOOK FAIR May 14th-18th.
Our fair opens from 8:15 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. each day.
Thursday we will be open until 6:00 p.m., but Friday we close at NOON!
Checks, cash, and credit cards are welcome. Please …no EPPI, prepaid, or gift cards.
Click here for the interactive flyer.
Thank you! We appreciate your support.
Field Day is May 18th
This is simply a fun day because you get to play with kids. Please signup here !
Dates for the Last Week of School
Monday, May 21st-Regular schedule
Tuesday, May 22nd- Early Release at 12:30 pm
Wednesday, May 23rd- Early Release 12:30 pm and the last day of school!
Parents, please make sure you are in the carpool line before 12:30 pm on May 22 and May 23 or at the bus stop on time.
ASP will be available for both early release days
May 21st | 5th Grade Graduation
Our 5th graders are graduating from Sedalia Park! We will celebrate with our students and families at East Side Baptist Church on May 21st 6-8:30PM.
Fantastic news!!! Sedalia Park is once again hosting Camp Invention!
Dates: June 4 – 7, Monday through Thursday from 8 – 4
Campers in grades K-6 will create a vehicle of the future, design a mechanical robot dog, and build futuristic dream homes. Local educators lead the week of fun, hands-on, STEM activities that encourage children to think big, explore their curiosity, and never give up! Visit www.campinvention.org or call 800.968.4332 to register.
Use promo code summer fun to save $35 (camp alumni only, expires 2/6) Ideas25 to save $25 (expires 3/23) and Ideas15 to save $15 (expires 5/4).
MORE SUMMER CAMPS!
Wheeler STEM Camps
Wheeler has three camps scheduled for 4th to 9th graders.
Click here for more information.
Art a la Carte Kidz Camps
Art a la Carte Kidz Camps cater to 6-13 year-olds interested in technology and the arts. Click here to view their schedule at .
Marietta Martial Arts
Marietta Martial Arts offers unique themed camps each week.
Click here to check out the fun.
For educational and active fun! Sign up at https://xdrenaline.com/camp/
You Can Still Order School Pictures Online
For up to 9 months after your Picture Day you can use your Portrait ID and Access Code for a first-time order or to reorder additional portraits and portrait gifts.
Volunteers Needed for 5th Grade Graduation
We need volunteers from 4th grade parents and students for the 5th grade graduation to help greet families, hand out programs, and serve refreshments. We also need donations of cookies and lemonade. The ceremony is on May 21st from 6 to 8 at Eastside Baptist Church. If you can assist please email email@example.com.
A Note from our Technology Specialist, Nancy Ranasinghe
Keyboarding (formerly known as typing), is a life skill that is part of the English and Language Arts standards for Writing. Next year, the state of Georgia’s goal is for all students to take the Georgia Milestones Assessment online. In order for the students to be successful and complete any written portion of the assessment, they must have fluent keyboarding skills. In order to be fluent in keyboarding, students must practice at home consistently. There are many free sites available to practice typing. Grades 2-5 have all practiced keyboarding on the sites on my website during computer lab, but regular practice is recommended. Please monitor your child’s progress, and remind them of proper finger placement on the home row. Click here for more information.
This summer, please talk to your child about Digital Citizenship. I encourage you to be aware of the activities your students participate in online. There are 8 components to Digital Citizenship; Internet, Safety, Cyberbullying, Self-Image & Identity, Creative Credit & Copyright, Relationships & Communication, Information Literacy, Digital Footprint & Reputation, and Privacy & Security.
Reinforce with your child how to be safe online and make good choices. If we don't do it in the real world, don't do it online. Don't talk to strangers. Don't give out your personal information. Ask before you go someplace you've never been. Be kind. Visit www.commonsensemedia.org for recommendations by age. Click here to visit my blog for more information about Digital Citizenship.
Thank you! Have a fun and safe summer!