Pinnacle’s Not-So-Spooky Night of Lights

šŸ‚ Mark your calendars and come to our free Trunk-or-Treat/Block Party alternative for the kiddos! They will get to dress-up and drive through our light display, collecting treats along the way šŸŽƒ

This free community event will offer an opportunity for families to welcome the fall season with a not-so-spooky light display! Come dressed-up in your favorite costume and drive through our display, collecting treats throughout the trip including candy, toys, and more! 

To assist in preventing any potential traffic issues, we have created tickets through Eventbrite.com. Tickets are completely free but will allow us to stagger guests as they enjoy the event. Please, use the link above to sign-up for a time slot to enter the display (per car, not per person). Thank you!

Happy Monkey Churros will also be joining us in the parking lot and will be accepting cash or card for their yummy treats!

State of Arizona Attorney General Free Outreach Programs

The Office of Arizona Attorney General, Mark Brnovich, is providing some incredible webinars to the community for free (all online). A few years ago, we had some of these trainings on-site and they provided valuable education and prevention information regarding a variety of issues facing families. Some of the topics include E-Cigarette Awareness, Suicide Prevention, Cyber Safety, and Anti-Bullying. If you are interested in this community resources, please visit their site for more information on this resources.

Thank you for the resources, Office of Arizona Attorney General Community Outreach and Education.

Reading Week 2020

Reading Week is one of my favorite weeks of the year (I know… I know… I say that about every week but it’s true every time I say it) and I am so excited to celebrate it with our traditional activities!

Reading Week: September 14th – September 18th

Read-A-Thon:Ā Read! Read! Read! Students can keep track of their reading for the week in our annual Read-A-Thon competition. Feel free to use the attached log to track student reading for the week. The student who reads the most in their class will win a book of their choice from the fair! The winner for the whole school will win a mystery grand prize! Logs and/or student total minutes read must be emailed to Mrs. Fallon by September 18th at 3:30 pm.

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Scholastic Book Fair:Ā This year, our families will be able to schedule a time to come peruse the annual Book Fair in-person! The fair will be held outsideĀ and families will have their own individual shopping time to come check-out what the fair has to offer. If you do not feel comfortableĀ coming in-person, please, feel free to shop the online fair!Ā Please, come ready to enjoy the fair with your cloth masks/facial coverings.

Storybook Character Dress-Up: On Friday, September 18th, students are encouraged to come to their digital classes dressed as their favorite storybook character. If you are not attending the online sessions, we still encourage you to dress up with us and would love to see some pictures to share in the fun! Please, have your book ready to share with the class as well so they can see who your character is. Send a picture to Mrs. Fallon of your student dressed up for a chance to win some free books!

 

“Fridays” with Fallon

Check out the latest episode of Fridays with Fallon (…even though it is Monday) and get a sneak peak at the club subscriptions goodies that arrived over the weekend! If you signed up for one of our awesome Quarter 1 Club Subscriptions, they will be available for pick-up on Thursday.

Have a wonderful week, Panthers!

P.S… If you signed up for our 5 Weeks of Underrated Disney Club, you can actually pick up tomorrow šŸ™‚

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Next Week Updates

Happy Friday, Panthers! We made it through another week and you are all continuing to do a wonderful job navigating distance learning! I know that each and every one of you has felt the stress of the past few weeks and want to continue to encourage you to reach out to us so that we can help you in any way possible.

This week for our Fridays with Fallon, I will be focusing on some digital updates and will be saving my video session for Monday. I will be showcasing our completed Club Subscriptions which will be available for pick up next week and providing more information on Reading Week!

Next Week Announcements

BenchmarkingĀ Assessments: Next week, our students will be taking their Fall benchmark assessments with their teachers. Please, let us know if the time assigned to you does not meet your schedule so that we can find a more convenient time for your family.

Half Days & Parent/Teacher Conferences: Thursday, September 3rd and Friday, September 4th will beĀ our annual Parent/Teacher Conferences. These conferences are an optional time for you to touch base with your kiddos’ instructor about how the first few weeks have gone. Please, reach out to your student’s teacher to arrange a time to meet with them.

No School on Labor Day, September 7th: Enjoy your 3-day weekend!

Thank you all for all that you do every day. I hope that you have a restful weekend!

Science Time!

Our panthers have jumped right into science for the year! The students in Ms. Allen’s 6th grade class conducted an experiment that investigated how water in the air condenses and then freezes.
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Second Grade students in Mrs. Renoth’s class have been learning about weathering and erosion. They created a visual representation and recorded a video presentation in Flipgrid. Great job, Second Graders!
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Quarter 1 Clubs

Let’s add some extra positivity to our new school year with some clubs!

Although our year may look different, we are committed to ensuring that we provide our traditional programs and extracurriculars to our families. This includes our quarterly clubs which offer a variety of activities for our students. For the first quarter, we will be providing parents with the option to participate in clubs through ā€œClub Subscriptionsā€ which will include all 5 activities for students to complete at their own pace.

To sign-up for the club options, simply email Mrs. Fallon and we will contact you to arrange payment. The ā€œsuggested gradesā€ provide a guideline for families. Any student is able to sign-up for the club, regardless of grade. Sign-up must be done by Monday, August 24th to allow time to purchase the supplies.

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