Welcome to Rose Creek Elementary!
Dear Rose Creek Families,
Welcome 2019! I love all of the possibilities that a new year brings. It is a time when we can reflect on the previous year
and make goals for the new year. I hope you all the best for the new year!
This year has been great and a lot of that is because I am part of the Rose Creek family. Thank you so much for helping me feel welcomed. I have loved getting to know so many of the kids before school, during lunch, and after school. Walking around the building, I can feel the energy for learning. Teachers are doing amazing things in their classrooms.
As the year continues, Battle of the Books gets closer and closer. We have amazing tracking posters that track all of the reading that each team has done. It should be a great competition. Next time you are at the school, stop by to see the reading that our teams have done!
I hope everyone has a great first month of the year!
Games for Inside Recess
With weather changing, we are looking for gently used games that can be played during inside days. These can be dropped off at the office. Thank you for your donations!
Learning Traits: Optimism
Optimism is not “always seeing the positive.” Instead, an optimist holds two important beliefs: problems are temporary and my actions can mitigate my problems.
Being optimistic is a skill that can be taught. When children can see that they can overcome hard situations, they become more optimistic. You can help your child learn that their actions will impact their future by asking them what career they want when they get older. Then discuss the steps they will need to take to reach that goal.
Talking about the future can help children become confident and understand that small things that happen now can help prepare them for their goals.
Thank you to everyone who submitted Reflections projects. They were amazing! Here are the Region winners:
Christine T. (2D Visual Arts)
Calyssa M. (Dance)
Taya M. (Dance)
Breanna S. (Dance)
Ethan F. (Music)
Kiara C. (Literature)
Evelyn G. (Literature)
Good luck at State!
Happy New Year!
Tuesday, January 1
Wednesday, January 2
Monday, January 7 – Faculty Room – 9:30 am
Monday, January 7
Wednesday, January 9 – 10:30 am
No School – Grade Transmittal Day
Monday, January 14
No School – Martin Luther King Jr Day
Monday, January 21
Oquirrh Hills Middle School Parent Night
Thursday, January 24 – 6:00 pm
Family Math Night – Save the Date
Thursday, February 21 – 6:00 pm
Boundaries for 2019-2020 School Year
Boundaries for the next school year have been decided. Please go to the following link for all of the information you might need regarding permits and boundaries:
Leading to Learn, Learning to Lead
Our mission is to ensure that all students and staff learn and lead at high levels.
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.