During this time of school closure, we felt it was important to continue sharing the Daily Announcements to your email inbox each morning. We hope this “routine” will help keep you informed about news and updates, and stay connected to your school.
Today is Thursday, April 2
Please take a moment to read the Pledge of Allegiance:
I pledge allegiance
to the flag of the United States of America
And to the republic for which it stands
One nation under God indivisible with liberty and justice for all.
From Mr. Keeler and Mr. Pratt:
Students are reminded to check their email and the District webpage several times a day for updates and other important news and information.
Be a part of Central Valley Homeschool Spirit Week
Students, Faculty and Staff–Be a part of CV Homeschool Spirit Week
- Thursday, Apr. 2: Jersey Day – In honor of our favorite teams who aren’t playing right now
- Friday, Apr. 3: Pajama Day – Because let’s face it, PJs are the best part of homeschooling!
Click on this link to learn all about participating in Homeschool Spirit Week!
Ms. Harwick’s Outdoor Scavenger Hunt Week #3
Mrs. Burney’s Brain Busters:
Did you know…a shark’s skeleton is made of cartilage as opposed to bone?
Attention All Students:
Are parents forcing you to do some spring cleaning while you’re at home? If you have unused or gently used items that you could donate to the Jarvis Regifted Rummage Sale, please set them aside to be collected when it’s safe to do so. Most of you should remember shopping for Christmas presents yourselves in the Jarvis office. Start the holiday cheer early by paying it forward.
From Key Club:
Attention Key Club members! The Spring Fling Life Skills semi-formal dance scheduled for April 17 is cancelled.
What’s new in the World of ART?
A Message from your Guidance Office:
Just a reminder to feel free to reach out to School Counselors, School Social Workers, School Psychologists or anyone you choose in the district, during this time of uncertainty! Stay positive! Here’s a great resource if you’re looking for help.
Today’s Workout from the Physical Education Department:
It’s a chance to be creative. Get out the sidewalk chalk and create a sensory walk on your sidewalk. Add hopping, jumping, spinning, balancing etc…then later in the day get outside with family and complete the walkway- walk around town and complete any other one that was invented. Need ideas look up ChalkTheWalk and Sensory Walk. Take a picture of your creation!!
From the FCS Kitchen:
Design a meal that you would serve a date. It can be breakfast, lunch, or dinner but MUST be made from scratch.
Today’s Health Challenge:
Whether it’s crayons, markers, or old school noodle necklaces, the day is yours. Find some basic products around your house for an Arts and Crafts Day! String, glue, scissors (safely of course) popsicle sticks, construction paper! Snap a picture and deliver it digitally to a friend or relative.
From the Library:
Karaoke of the Day (Courtesy of Ms. Nitti):
From the History Department – Today in History:
- 1513: Ponce de Leon claims Florida for Spain
- 1917: President Woodrow Wilson asks for a declaration of war against Germany
- 2005: Pope John Paul II dies
From the Jarvis Math Department
Jeopardy links for Math Review…challenge your family, facetime and play with a friend, challenge yourself to one grade level higher than you’re in…the possibilities are endless.
The WKTV Weather Forecast:
Clouds continue to move into the region this morning, with temperatures starting out in the mid to upper 30s. Cloudy skies with a sprinkle or two during the afternoon. Highs in the upper 40s. Cloudy with scattered showers tonight. Overnight lows in the mid to upper 30s. Unsettled weather continues for Friday, with cloudy skies and a few showers throughout the day. Highs near 50 degrees.