A reminder that The OneClay Digital Classroom Initiative begins today. This initiative helps you to engage in your child's education by providing one place to access your child's grades, assignments, and digital resources. The Digital Classroom Initiative empowers our students with three new and exciting ways to manage their learning: the OneClay Student Portal, the Focus Student Portal, and Google Apps for Education. If you have a child in grades 3-12, then their Google Apps for Education account is active today, unless you chose to opt out. For more information about this initiative, including how to access your child’s accounts, please visit our website at oneclay.net.
Friday, October 30th will be a fun filled half-day. We will have Flagpole Friday, K-3 Halloween costume parade, and pizza. Pizza cost $2 per slice and $1 for a drink.
K-3 can wear Halloween costumes and 4-6 may wear Halloween shirts and socks. All attire must be school appropriate.
Red Ribbon Week will be October 26th-30th. During Red Ribbon Week, your child will be learning about the dangers of drugs and tobacco. Our theme is Star Wars, so please keep the attire dress code friendly and have fun!
Monday-"May the force be with you!" Star Wars clothes (no costumes)
Tuesday-"The force is so bright, we gotta wear shades!" Sunglasses
Wednesday-"Jedi Dreams!" Pajamas and Robes (school appropriate)
Thursday-"Chewbacca hair, don't care" Crazy Hair
Friday-"Tatooine Halloween" K-3 may wear Halloween costumes. 4-6 Halloween themed shirts and socks (school appropriate).
Friday, October 23rd from 2:35-4:00 pm is the Sixth Grade Halloween dance. Tickets are $5.00. Students may wear costumes over their school clothes to the dance. This is a fundraiser for the Sixth Grade Banquet.
Today your child will enjoy a free grill hamburger and live music during their scheduled lunch time. The Annual Montclair Family BBQ Cookout is in appreciation of all our wonderful students, staff, and families! All students and volunteers are free. Parents and adult guests are $3.00.
The School Board of Clay County is proud and excited to be launching our Digital Classroom Initiative, which includes the implementation of “Google Apps for Education.” Your student’s teachers will be using Google Apps for lessons, assignments, and communication. On October 26th, all students in grades 3-12 will have Google accounts that are managed by the School District of Clay County allowing students to create, collaborate, and store their work in a secure online environment that is available from any internet connected device 24/7. For more information about Google Apps for Education, please visit the Parent page of our website at oneclay.net.
Bring your smiles and dress your best on Thursday, October 15th for Picture Day!