The 4th and 5th grade students have had a wonderful year so far in music class and they are ready to show some things they have been learning! 4th and 5th grade families are invited to this very special “inform-ance” where your child will demonstrate the skills they have been learning in music class. The music program will take place in the Link gym on Wednesday, May 22 at 6:00PM for 4th grade students and 7:00PM for 5th grade students. We hope to see you then!
Every year we enjoy inviting families to view student work as the school year winds down. All Link families are invited to join us for Celebrate Learning Night, an evening for students to showcase their hard work from this school year. Join us starting at 6:00PM on Tuesday, May 7 in your child’s classroom.
We are very excited to announce the Link Talent Show, taking place on Friday, May 3 at Mead Jr. High. We had 40 acts audition to be part of the show, and each one of them showcased such unique talent! This year’s talent show will spotlight 14 acts and an epic choir. Instead of charging admission, the 6th grade committee will be accepting donations for a class gift to Link School. We hope you can join us at 6:30PM at Mead Jr. High to see the Link talent on display.
The first and second grade students have had a wonderful year so far in music class and they are ready to show some things they have been learning! First and second grade families are invited to this very special “inform-ance” where your child will demonstrate the skills they have been learning in music class. The music program will take place in the Link gym tomorrow, Wednesday, April 24 at 6:00PM for First grade students and 7:00PM for Second grade students.
What did you do over your summer? This fall, through the “Summer of 54” camp opportunities, your answer could be: “I learned how to play lacrosse, used the design process to create and design, and/or created different forms of art using digital and non-digital mediums. The goal of the “Summer of 54” is to provide students opportunities to be active, while enhancing their creative and innovative spirt. Camp opportunities offer:
A range of fun camps for a variety of interests for students in 1st through 8th grade
Courses with hands-on, project-based curricula
Instruction by District 54 teachers in a positive environment
An opportunity to conduct experiments using tools, equipment and technology used within the real-world
Registration for the “Summer of 54” camp offerings, including a camp t-shirt, opens on Monday, March 25th and closes on Friday, April 19th. Digital registration is available within Parent Portal and can be accessed through the following link – Summer Registration.
Have you ever wondered how global warming will affect our planet? Or how salty different types of water are? Or even which microwave popcorn pops the best? Then you’re in luck, because all of these questions and many others will be answered by our Link scientists at this evening’s Science Fair! You are welcome to join us anytime between 6:00-7:00PM this evening to view the projects and learn from Link students.
March is happiness month and to kick it off take a look at the video of Mr. Wulbecker and some of our very own Link students preforming a little song. Look for the Happiness Month Calendar to come home today; we hope you all participate in the great activities we have planned.
Watch these two fourth graders to find out how to stay accountable with our Happiness tactics!
This month’s PTA meeting will take place at a new time. You are invited to join us at 3:30PM on Wednesday, February 13 in the teacher’s lounge.
Kindergarten Registration is tomorrow- Wednesday, February 6. Kindergarten Registration is intended for any incoming Link-based kindergarteners for the 2019-2020 school year. Registration will take place at Link School from 9:00-11:00AM and 5:00-7:00PM. You can get a head start by completing most of the registration online. Please know that you will still need to come to the office and prove residency.
We are looking forward to connecting with families at our second round of student-led conferences on Thursday, February 14 and Friday, February 15. Since our conferences are student-led, we ask that students attend so they can share with parents their progress in academic and social emotional areas, as well as goals they have set for the remainder of the 2019 school year. Teachers will also be sharing their insights and establishing areas of focus to bridge home and school support.
Please remember that our school day schedule is adjusted to accommodate these conferences. Thursday, February 14 will be a half-day of school with a dismissal time of 11:40. Also, there is no school on Friday, February 15.