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Welcome to Rose Creek Elementary!


October 2019

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Fall is officially here! We are now in full swing of the school year, and our students are doing a fantastic job. We are seeing effort, growth, and learning around every corner.

This month’s learning trait is empathy. We are working on developing the ability to understand and share the feelings of others. Please encourage your child to view situations through another’s lens and how the experience may make others feel.

We are focusing on safety for the month of October. We want to remind you to be safe and use best judgment when making U-turns. We are seeing parents turn into the Stampin-Up crosswalk where our kids are crossing. We also want to remind you to keep our drop-off lane moving in the morning when arriving to school. Remember, if you would like to walk your child into the school, please park in the front parking lot and do so. We love seeing so many adults helping their children to get a great start to the day. Please watch this short video to freshen up your knowledge of the dismissal and arrival procedures.

We are excited to invite you to our annual Halloween Parade. We ask that students arrive to school in their Halloween costumes as our parade will take place in the morning. Remember to leave all masks and facsimiles of weapons at home. Weather permitting, we will be parading outside this year. Please watch for any updates to our parade plans.

Thank you for all of your support and dedication to Rose Creek Elementary. I truly feel I have the best job.

Cheryl Lassig
Assistant Principal


School Community Council
Do you want to be part of important decision making at Rose Creek?
School Community Council applications are available in the office and this link. The deadline for submitting applications is September 18. Learn more about School Community Council here.


New Students

Contact the office staff at 801-254-8082 and visit this link for student enrollment information.


Upcoming Events

PTA Fundraiser
Monday, September 30-Thursday, October 18

Reflections Entries Due
Wednesday, October 16

Halloween Parade
Thursday, October 31, 9:30 am


Learning Traits

September: The Learning Pit and Growth Mindset
October: Empathy
November: Resilience
December: Flexibility
January: Optimism
February: Courage
March: Ownership
April: Persistence
May: Curiosity


Boundaries for 2019-2020 School Year

Boundaries for the 2019-2020 school year have been decided. Please go to the following link for all of the information you might need regarding permits and boundaries:

http://boundary.jordandistrict.org/


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Motto
GROW
Give your best | Read every day | Own your mistakes | Wonder!

Mission Statement
Our mission is to ensure that all students and staff learn and lead at high levels.

School Goals
We’ve had great growth over the past few years and want to keep that going! Our students are working on the following two goals. We could sure use your help to meet our Lexia goals!

1. Score above 55% on SAGE Reading/Writing by June 2018.

2. Have 85% of all students complete assigned Lexia minutes weekly.