“Go Pink” day. Tallahassee goes pink on October 2nd in support of breast cancer survivors, victims and those continuing to fight. Imagine School at Evening Rose students will be participating in “Go Pink”. Student may wear a pink shirt with blue jeans at no cost on Thursday October 2nd. Don’t forget our PTO is always selling Spirit Shirts for $10. If you child would like to purchase a pink spirit shirt, order forms are available in the reception area of Building 1.
Fall picture day is on Thursday, October 9th, students must wear their school uniform. Picture packet with prices and order form will go home with students on Friday October 3rd. Picture money and order forms are due October 9th, checks should be made payable to Leonard’s.
Questions regarding pictures should be emailed to Julie.email@example.com
REMINDERS AND NOTIFICATIONS
Dress Down Day/Jean Day Clarification
Dress Down Days (now known as Jean Days) are the second Wednesday and last Friday of each month. Students are permitted to wear clean blue jeans (shorts, skirts, or skorts must meet the dress code policy outlined in the Student Handbook) with their uniform shirt or Spirit shirt for $1.00 Students are not permitted to wear any other forms of t-shirts, pants, shorts, or skirts. Spirit shirts can be purchased through PTO. You can find the order form at http://www.myiser.com/wp-content/uploads/Spirit-Shirt-Order-Form1.pdf.
Early Pick Up Reminders
As referenced in the attendance policy of the Parent/Student Handbook, if you need to take your child out of school before the end of the school day, come to the school office and sign him/her out and a school employee will send for your child. Students will not be dismissed from the classroom to the parent. No early dismissals will be permitted after 2:30 p.m. for any students. An unexcused absence takes place any time a child is out of school for reasons not recognized by law. This includes early release. Any time a student returns to school after an absence, a note MUST be brought from home. Unexcused absenteeism sufficient enough to jeopardize academic progress at the elementary level is defined as a student being absent without an acceptable reason five (5) times in a calendar month or ten (10) times in a 90-calendar day period.