• May 26th - End of Year Drive Thru!

    Posted by Caitlin Basel on 5/26/2020
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    At Star Elementary for the last several years the PTO creates and provides a yearbook to all students currently enrolled! We have heard the yearbook is outstanding this year! Now you know!
     
    Calling all Star Stallions! 
     

    Join us Thursday, May 28th anytime between the hours of 6-8 pm for an evening of fun with a Drive-thru Celebration & Yearbook Pickup! Families are encouraged to decorate cars and join the fun. Wave good-bye to your teacher and all the Star staff. This event is one-day only, so please try to join us!  

     

    Instructions: 

    • All Students: Display a large sign with students’ last name(s) on passenger-side of windshield, this is how you’ll receive your yearbook(s) 

    • 5th GRADERS: Display the 5th Grader on Board sign (print or pick up with packet) or make your own – 5th Graders will get special recognition!   

    • All cars will enter through the south entrance of small parking lot in front of the main entrance - this is the Bus Zone. Enter through the south entrance of that parking lot and exit through north exit (see map below) 

    • When you enter, a staff member will see your name posted and bring your yearbook to you 

    • Stay in your car, wave at your teacher and make some noise! 

    • Northbound procession only if you are coming from the North (Floating Feather) you will not be able to turn into the procession 

    • Follow directional instructions on map  

    • No walk-ups please 

     Come see me! Mrs. Basel

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  • May 8th Newsletter

    Posted by Caitlin Basel on 5/8/2020

    Happy Friday -

    I cannot believe we are almost halfway through May! Our newsletters and emails will be packed full of information. Please check out the dates and times as listed. 

     

    5th Grade Musical Slideshow Picture - DUE Friday, May 15th  

    Every year, 5th grade puts together an end of year video compiled of pictures of every kid that answers the question: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Please take a picture of your child holding a sign that answers that question. The pictures should: 

    • Have an 8x11(ish) white piece of paper with large, dark writing  

      • White construction paper is available at packet pick-up on Monday if needed 

    • Should say what your child wants to be when they grow up  

    • Picture should be from the waist up – close-up shot  

    • We need 100% participation, so that every student is represented 

    • Example pictures below of what the 5th grade teachers (and one teacher's daughter) want to be when they retire