October is breast cancer awareness month. Most of us have a family member, friend or co-worker stricken with this disease. To show our support for them and for finding a cure for this and all types of cancer, Camelot Student Council will be sponsoring a Breast Cancer Awareness Day and will “Go Pink”. Friday, October 24th. Wear your pink shirt, pants, dress, skirt, shoes, hat, jewelry, etcetera.
October 13th order forms will be available in the front office to order Camelot Spirit Wear
or you may email Miss Bennett at email@example.com
Cash or Checks (made out to Camelot Elementary) accepted.
Adult size XXL, add—$4.00
Camelot Elementary does not celebrate Halloween
No costumes will be allowed at school on October 31st.
Congratulations to our 2013-2014 HCP Classroom.
Each participating class examined a local public policy issue by studying the impact of the problem on the community, evaluating alternative solutions to the problem, proposing an agreed-upon public policy solution, and finally, creating a political action plan to enlist local or state authorities in adopting their proposed policy. Students were required to provide thorough documentation of their research in a binder that accompanied each portfolio. Students from Camelot ranked in the Superior Achievement Level, the highest level. Only six other states ranked at the superior level.
Project Citizen is the most extensive education program in the country of its kind that teaches young people how to examine and influence the public policymaking process. The program aims to give students a hands-on understanding of their responsibilities as American citizens. Students are provided the opportunity to take an active role in positive social change.
Kaelin Albade – Preschool
Adam Barry – 4/5 Grade
Shannon Curran – Family Liaison
Janet Genord – Kindergarten
Claire Gifford – Psychologist, Preschool
Yinafika Gizaw – Interventionist
Elicia Kneadler – 3/4/5 Academic Core
Ronda Kolb – Resource Room
Robyn Rix – Psychologist
Kelsey Winkler – 1st Grade
Come join our team! Transportation is looking for substitute drivers. A good driving record and a positive attitude are required.
Training and preparation for the CDL test is provided, paid training. Substitute drivers earn $17.52 per hour after training is complete, and can work an average of 10-30 hours per week, depending on the needs of the department. We hire permanent drivers from our substitute pool. This is a great part-time job for stay at home parents and retirees.
Details can be found at the district website: www.fwps.org