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Terrace Heights Elementary News


    Black Paw Print

    Terrace Heights Black Bears are awesome!!!  


    Winter with moving snowflakes

    The weather is proving to be a challenge for us.  Please make sure your children come to school dressed appropriately, so they are comfortable when they can go outside for recess.


    No School

    Monday, February 20 and 21 in observance of President's Day and a Teacher In-Service Day.


    Family Reading Night

    Thursday, March 2

    6:00-7:30 p.m.


    Dr. Seuss Week (Feb. 27-Mar. 3)

    Monday-Crazy Hair Day

    Tuesday-Crazy Socks Day

    Wednesday-Crazy Hat Day

    Thursday-Twin Day

    Friday-College Shirt Day



     Class Picture Day

    Friday, March 10

    More information to come.


    Orange Traffic Cone

    Construction is underway at Terrace Heights.  We are getting a new portable to be located to the west of the gymnasium.  The area is roped off during construction, and we will move Mileage Club to a different area of the playground until the project is complete.


     We are starting a PAWS Monthly Newsletter.  This will be sent home every month during the week of the 15th.  We will be including all kinds of important Terrace Heights Elementary information.  Attached to the newsletter, you will also find a Reading Connection publication to help with reading ideas for home.  We hope these pieces of inforamtion are valuable tools for you to use.  Look for this packet to come home in your child's backpack soon!



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    PLEASE REMEMBER OUR PROCEDURES FOR DROPPING YOUR CHILDREN OFF IN THE MORNING (in the front of the building only) AND PICKING UP IN THE AFTERNOON (please park and walk to the sidewalk so the paraprofessionals can see you, and please do not block the fire station).  Following these procedures helps this time to run more smoothly and keeps our students safe.  Thank you!



    Pop Tabs

    We will once again be collecting the tabs from the tops of aluminum cans.  Those tabs are then donated to the Ronald McDonald house for recycling to help with the costs of supporting families with children battling illnesses.  This is a great, easy way for our students to help other children.  We collected a great deal of tabs again last year.  It is my hope for us to collect even more this year.  Children can bring the tabs to our office at any time and we wil put them in our storage containers.


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