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Focus This Week
Our Focus this week will be Select Appropriate Sources. An example of this would be; if you are looking for a definition, you would use a dictionary.
A great big thank you to all parents who have been to our school to volunteer. It is greatly appreciated. We now have the Parent Resource Center and Work Center set-up in the Library for our parents to use. If you would like to be a part of this wonderful opportunity, please let your child's teacher know.
Scholastic Book Fair
Our Scholastic Book Fair will be here December 5 - 13. However, you can shop now before supplies run out! Online orders should be delivered before December 17th. You can share the online shopping site with family and friends. You can shop for great deals before black Friday. Help support reading and learning in our school, families and community!
Click the link below to visit our online book fair.
Online Book Fair
MNPS en espanol
You can now find MNPS en español on Facebook. You can also follow MNPS on Twitter with MNPS_Spanish.
Dates to Remember
December 5 - 13 Book Fair
Scholastic Book Fair will be here starting December 5th. There will be Muffins with Mom. Donuts with Dads, Goodies with Grandparents and more. See you then!
December 19 Second Grade Concert
Second Grade will perform their Winter Concert starting at 6:00 p.m, in the cafeteria.. You will not want to miss this!
December 20 Half Day for all Students
This is a half day for all students. We will dismiss at 11:30.
December 23 - January 3 Winter Holidays
We wish everyone a happy and safe Winter Holiday Break.
January 6 Teacher Planning Day
Students to do not report to school on this day.
January 7 3rd Quarter Begins
All students report to school. We look forward to seeing you at 7:45 a.m.. It is a full day for all students.
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