|Red Ribbon Week|
|Friday, October 17, 2014|
Rose Acres Red Ribbon Week Schedule
• Students wear athletic shoes to show they choose a healthy and active life style.
• Shoe Drive starts today.
• Students wear athletic clothing to show they will choose a healthy and active life style.
Drug Free Day
• Students wear red to show their commitment to stay drug free.
• Students wear Pattonville spirit wear or green and white to show they are ROSE ACRES
• Shoe Drive ends today.
|Parent Teacher Conference Sign Up|
|Thursday, October 9, 2014|
Please click on Parent Teacher Conference Sign Ups under "Seasonal Links" in the left column to schedule your child's conference. Teacher links will be added as your child's teacher creates the schedule.
|Monday, October 6, 2014|
Wagner Portrait Studiio will be here on Friday, October 10th from 8:30 to 10:00 for Absentee and re-take pictures. You may order online at www.WagnerPortraitGroup.com: Password RAES. Please bring receipt to photographer.
|Friday, October 3, 2014|
An important part of Leader in Me is goal setting. Your child has set goals and is tracking progress using a Leadership binder. In that binder there is information about our Rose Acres W.I.G.(Wildly Important Goal). Our school-wide goal is to work in Dreambox for an average of at least 60 minutes per week. Teachers are making time for Dreambox in their weekly schedules to meet the goal. We all know that time is precious and there is not a minute to spare. Any time your child spends on Dreambox at home will benefit him/her as well as his/her classroom. Students can log on to Dreambox at home the same way they do at home. A free iPad app is available. Our school code is shsh/roseae.
This link will take you to the district's parent resource site for Dreambox.
This link will take you to the Dreambox Parent Resource site.
|Protect your family against the flu|
|Wednesday, September 10, 2014|
Cold and flu season is here. Please consult with your child’s physician to find out when flu shots will be available for your family. Students with chronic health conditions, including asthma, and those who are immunocompromised are highly encouraged to obtain a flu shot early.
Local hospitals have been experiencing increased volume in recent weeks, especially among young asthmatics. Click here to review important information from the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services regarding the enterovirus/rhinovirus, a virus that causes the common cold.