Hello and Welcome to the 2019-20 school year!
We are looking forward to an amazing year! Thank you for sharing your children with us!
Back to School Night:
You are invited to our Back to School Night on September 19th from 5:30-7 pm. This year we have a change in format. Please begin your evening in your child’s classroom. We will have two sessions in which information is presented. Please attend one classroom session. The plan for the evening is as follows:
Session 1: 5:30-6:00
Passing Break: 6:00-6:10- (allow time to rotate to another child’s classroom)
Session 2: 6: 10-6:40
Open time 6:40-7:00 (Allow time to explore booths in the cafeteria)
Our community partners will be set up in the cafeteria to share information with you and you will be able to sign up for conferences. We hope to see everyone there!
Family Information Bulletin Board:
Please check the family information board next to the attendance window in the lobby. We will post important family information there. One of our goals this year is to keep our families more informed of our activities!
We would like to invite parents to volunteer in our classrooms and with school events. Volunteer applications are now online. Scroll to our volunteer page for the link and fill one out today! It takes a couple weeks to get approval.
We have a new format to share the ROAR with you and also have a new webpage. We will share information and events with you often. Please like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram @malynchelementary.
Lynch Lion Pride- PTO
Join our newly formed PTO. Our goal is to create community, support our students and truly make a difference. Our meetings will be held at Lynch every 3rd Monday from 5:30-6:30. We welcome your ideas and input. Come check us out!
-All students are required to have an updated immunization record on file .
-If your student has a health condition or needs special care such as medication, treatments, or monitoring, please contact our school nurse, Debbie Willitts. Individual health care plans help keep your students safe and healthy. An authorization for medication administration needs to be signed and given to the office staff annually. All medications need to be in their original containers and prescription medications labeled from a pharmacy.
-PLEASE keep your phone numbers current so we can contact you if your student needs your attention.
Hello! Here at school, we have been very busy learning about responsibility-what it means and how we can be responsible students and citizens! Learning happens best when it is done both at school and at home. Below are many ways that you can help your child continue to learn about the theme of responsibility through reading about it, talking about it and practicing it! We have really enjoyed exploring this topic at school, and I hope your family will enjoy it just as much!
Practice It! Help your child practice responsibility by giving him/her special jobs! Let your child pick a special chore each week that they can be responsible for. Let them carry the groceries, wipe the counters or feed the pet!
Talk About It! Here are some discussion points to help you talk about responsibility with your child
- What do you think responsibility means & why is it important?
- Tell me about a time when it was hard to be responsible.
- What is a way you would like to have more responsibility at home?
- What are your responsibilities in the classroom and in our community?