Posted Thursday, November 17, 2022
PBIS is about helping children make good choices! In the school setting, behavior expectations can be different depending on the location. The focus of PBIS is to identify what the behavior expectations are in each of the different locations to promote students displaying positive behavior across the school setting.Students may be recognized for being a “Mighty Mountie” by earning a “Hats Off!” for displaying outstanding behavior above and beyond expectations at any time. A teacher writes up what the student did to stand out, it is read on the announcements, and they receive a hat keychain which is designed through TinkerCAD and printed with our 3D printers.We want children to succeed and we know that behavior affects learning, so this is something we devote our time to all year long!This year our PBIS theme is "Mounties Under Construction" and we are “Building Future Leaders”. We have “Construction Crews” which are paired students from different classrooms and grade levels that team up once a month with the purpose of constructing good character and building relationships with students in opposite hallways.
Posted Wednesday, November 16, 2022
November 30Favorite Flannel DayDecember 2Elf DayDecember 3Holiday Headwear - Santa hat, elf hat, antlers, etc.December 6Rudolph DayDecember 7Crazy Christmas Jewelry/Tie/Sock DayDecember 9Ugly Sweater DayDecember 10Abominable Snowman DayDecember 13Grinch DayDecember 14Candy Cane DayDecember 15Creative use of Ornaments/Tinsel DayDecember 16Polar Express/Pajama DayDecember 17Christmas Colors
Posted Tuesday, November 23, 2021
Due to increased number of absences due to illness, Little Mountie Preschool's AM and PM classes will not be in session on November 23, 2021. Classes will resume on Tuesday, November 30, 2021.
Posted Monday, November 22, 2021
Tuesday, November 9, 2021Wear Red, White and Blue to honor our Veteran's. K-5 students will participate in a video recording celebration for our Veterans.Thursday, November 11, 2021Wear Patriotic or Military gear to support our Veterans. Please no violent or weapon imagery allowed.
Posted Monday, November 8, 2021
KEEPING OUR STUDENTS SAFEPlease do not allow your children to exit the vehicle until a staff member is present at 7:50. Students should not be waiting on the island or outside of your vehicle. This poses a safety hazard for all students.The parent drop off line was created to increase student safety upon school arrival. Please do not park your vehicle and allow students to walk across the parking lot. The car line moves rather quickly and students walking through the parking lot poses a safety risk.Thank you for your assistance.Parent drop-off begins at 7:50. Staff will be out front beginning at 7:50 to release students from vehicles. Please pull forward onto one of the three X marks before letting your child out of the vehicle.
Posted Monday, September 20, 2021