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3 Year Old Pre-K Classes

September 6, 2017
PLEASE NOTE: 

Neshobe School's 3 year old Preschool Program is currently at full enrollment.  There may be openings at other schools in our district.






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OVUU Elementary School Choice

A Message from Jeanne Collins; Superintendent of RNESU:

Dear Parents & Guardians,

The Otter Valley Unified Union School District has opened up elementary school choice within the 5 schools in the district starting in August 2017. To apply for another school, please fill out the application form and read the FAQs about the process. First consideration will be given to applications in by 
March 30, 2017. Capacity of the requested school and grade will be the primary factor in consideration, as noted in the policy. 

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Principals Corner

PRINCIPAL’S CORNER:  

Welcome to October!  We had a very chilly start to the day and now have a gorgeous day.  We are reminding our students to dress in layers to ensure they are warm enough in the morning and cool enough later in the day.

READ-A-THON:  As you know from the letter sent home by Ms. Fjeld, we are focused on building reading sustainability throughout the year.  Last year, Neshobe students read more than 201,000 minutes during the month of March!  That is more than 50,000 minutes each week, more than 6,000 minutes a day, and an average of 15 minutes per student per day.  Amazing!  And…we think we can read even more this year!  This year, the Neshobe School Read-a-Thon will focus on goal-setting and building reading stamina.  It will take place over three weeks throughout the school year when students will track their reading time, both at school and at home.  Each student will set a personal goal for each week and track their progress through the year.  The Read-a-Thon weeks will be:  September 25-29 - Just completed, January 8-12 and May 7-11!  This was a great incentive for me to read each night for pleasure.  I am hoping it was for our students and families as well.

Thank you to our PTO, the Brandon Rec Department, Brandon Chamber of Commerce, NFP Insurance, and the Brandon Toy Project for the exciting Harvest Festival!  It was the talk of the school on Monday morning!

Our PTO officers are working very hard to balance fund raising efforts with programs for students and their families.  On Saturday, October 28, they are sponsoring a Casino Night for adults at the Brandon American Legion.  This is a fund raising event for our playground.

Our chicks are growing by the day, and students love taking care of them!

Thanks to Eugene Childers for the donation of 2 snare drums and a set of timbales for our music program!

The Neshobe Halloween parade has been a long-standing tradition for over 45 years.  Due to the Segment 6 Project, we are unable to march down Route 7.  Thanks to Chief Brickell and Bill Moore for their support in relocating our parade to a safe place to march and for parents to park.  We will be march at Estabrook Park on Tuesday, October 31, at 1:00 p.m. 

More details will be sent home in the near future.

Thank you to all of our families who support our school in so many ways, such as volunteering, chaperoning field trips, and providing snacks to name just a few.

Enjoy this beautiful weather……………………Judi












Neshobe School Guidance


Please contact our Guidance Counselor,
Ms. Spaulding, with any questions and/or concerns.

Thank you.