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Monday, February 13, 2006

Feb. 20 is a School Day

Just a reminder that Monday, Feb. 20 will be a day of school. This day will be used as a make-up for the day missed due to Hurricane Katrina.

Mom, somebody stole my jacket!

If your child has lost a jacket, hat, glove, scarf, or just about anything else, please remind him or her to take a look in our lost and found. At this point, we have two silver cans full of assorted items. Lost and Found is located in the Community Classroom (Go straight through the library.) right beside the School Store.

Many times, jackets are left on the playground, on the school bus, and sometimes even in restrooms. Checking Lost and Found often reunites the student with the lost item.

Thursday, February 09, 2006


A recent article in the Daily Home outlined the problems we have experienced with skateboarders doing damage on our campus. This picture will give you a pretty good idea of what we are talking about. We can use your help here. If you see students skateboarding on our campus, please use your judgment in saying something to them, saying something to the parents (if you know who they are), and if necessary calling the police.

I have personally witnessed skateboarders standing on and jumping on our benches, and have made calls to parents. If others are also making similar calls, I think we can put a stop to the problem.

Thanks to Mr. Givens for securing new boards to replace the broken ones, installing them, and painting them.

Tuesday, February 07, 2006


Our students had a wonderful time at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab traveling “Baymobile.” Students from kindergarten through grade six had the opportunity to examine a vast array of marine life. Today’s motto was “Please Touch.”

The event was sponsored by the Alabama School for the Deaf. Special thanks to Dennis Gilliam (Reid’s dad, 2nd grade) for including Graham School in this opportunity.