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Newbury Elementary School
Third graders having a great time at the game. Some half-time fun! Showing school spirit! The youngest Black Knights cheering on the oldest Black Knights. Girl's Game Boy's Game Kindergarten students ready for the basketball game. Some of the elementary students hanging out with our basketball players. Grade 2-5 participate in a Living Wax Museum Look who was Knighted this month for their continuous display of integrity, cooperation and excellence. Elementary students participate with Folk Duo, Simple Gifts, on stage Staff Staff Mrs. Morrise Eclipse 2017 Eclipse 2017 Eclipse 2017 Eclipse 2017, Mr. Fitz and students Black Knight Cafe'

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Outstanding Women In Public Education Selected To Participate In 2018 AASA National Women’s Leadership Consortium

Superintendent Michelle Kalish has been selected as one of 20 women superintendents in the nation to participate in the 2018  AASA National Women’s Leadership Consortium.

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"Tiny but Mighty"

"At College Success Award-winning Newbury Junior and Senior High School in Newbury, Ohio, a close-knit community, opportunities for enrichment, and individualized support drive student success."

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Proud Moments at Newbury Local Schools!

 

Little Big Knights: Students Helping Students

The student-led Newbury High School HPAC group has implemented a peer mentoring program between middle school students and high school students called Little Big Knights.  Students in the HPAC group identified bullying, coping with stress, and mental health as issues that affect our Newbury community.  They hope to have an impact on these issues by building relationships and serving as mentors to middle school students.   

Representatives from the Geauga County ESC trained all peer mentors in a day-long session that involved relationship building, dealing with sensitive issues, goal setting, and planning sessions.  

Mentors met with their mentees for the first time on Monday, December 11. After a “getting-to-know-you” game, their first activity together was making holiday cards for children who will spend their holidays in the hospital from illness.  

Little Big Knights will continue to meet twice a month for the rest of the school year.  The peer mentors are planning all sessions for the program and are including topics like: stress relief, bullying, health & wellness, and kindness.

Newbury Students Volunteer Brittany Whelchel and Liesel Fenstermaker help load wrapped gifts into Santa’s sack.

 

On Monday, Dec 11, several students from Newbury High School’s  Key Club and National Honor Society volunteered at the Country Lights Program at Lake Farm Park!  This program offers several different activities for families.  Live, lighted trees decked the halls that led to Santa's Workshop where our students volunteered helping the children build, paint and glitter wooden toys that they made.  Some other students  worked as door greeters to hand out programs. There was also a wagon ride through light displays to the Equine Center where visitors could see operating model trains, meet farm animals and enjoy presentations in the arena by the Holiday Horses. There, Newbury students helped load and unload people from the wagons.  What a great way to begin the holiday season!

The Early Bird Gets to Learn

Ohio parents and educators now have access to the Early Learning Portal through Info Ohio to help little learners ages 3-5 prepare for school and their futures.

early.infohio.org

Spirit Wear Now Available -

Spirit Wear is now available to order for the 2017-2018 school year.  Click here to see clothing items and logo choices!

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Elementary Transporation and Dismissal Procedures

Dear Families,

This letter is to inform you of our procedures for dismissal. If there is a change for dismissal for your child, you need to contact the office. This can be done by emailing our school secretary, Lisa Levine, at lisa.levine@newburyschools.org, faxing the form to 440.564.9690, or by writing a note and sending it with your child in the morning. WE WILL NO LONGER BE ACCEPTING PHONE CALLS. There is a new form that is attached to this letter that you will fill out. This form is on the website and can be downloaded under the Elementary Page -  Forms- Elementary Transportation Change of Dismissal Forms.

The end of the day is very busy throughout our school.  Teachers are wrapping up the day’s lessons, the office staff is completing the final preparations for the dismissal of students, and buses are arriving with traffic restrictions in the front of the school building.  Safety is our first priority with your child. If we do not receive notification about a change for dismissal, your child will be sent home as usual.

If you are picking up your child from school, please park in the side parking lot and enter the school through the main entrance. You will be required to sign out your child prior to his/her release and show identification.  

In order to assure a safe, smooth dismissal procedure for all, we can’t make any changes or updates to your child’s dismissal plan after 1:30 p.m.  Sending in a note to the teacher with your child in the morning is the best way to ensure that we have adequate time to make the proper arrangements.

Thank you very much for your cooperation in making our dismissal procedure run smoothly.

Sincerely,


Cyndi Tomassetti   

Please use the following form to contact the office of changes to your child's/children's transportation arrangements:  /userfiles/13/my files/elementary transportation change request.pdf?id=567