We had an amazing Guest Reader Day on Friday. These are just a few!
|Stevenson Football Players|
|Stevenson Hockey Players|
|LPS Board Member Mark Johnson|
|Representative Laurie Pohutsky|
Thanks for supporting our Green Out Spirit Day! We raised funds to ship our Glue Sticks to the recycling center.
|Diegel Sisters in the Green Out Gear|
Be KindThis week I visited classrooms and read the book BE KIND. We discussed small acts of kindness that the students could do in their classrooms.
Spring Picture DayThursday March 21st is Spring Picture Day. Students will get their pictures taken. No need to pay until you see the pictures!
Battle of the BooksThe Battle of the Books teams have been meeting weekly to discuss the books. Thank you to the volunteer coaches for making it so fun to read! We are looking for some volunteers to help the morning of March 29th, our Battle Day. Please see this link if you can help
Reduce You can reduce your overall consumption by questioning all significant purchases and resisting impulse buying. Before purchasing, give yourself at least a day or two to cool off.
Reuse Almost everything we buy and use in our daily lives ends up being thrown away at some point. It goes to landfill, becomes litter or pollutes our oceans, contributes to the emission of harmful greenhouse gases, or harms the planet in other ways. We need to cut our consumption to reduce our environmental impact. Reusing an item is how earlier generations made the most of limited resources in less wealthy and consumer-convenient times.
Repurpose This one is simple and can go by many names. Simply take something you are no longer using and alter it for another more practical use. Think, mason jar into smoothie cup or pallet into shelving unit.
Recycle When you've tried everything else, it's time for the final R, recycle. Recycle everything you can. Anything made from metal, wood, most plastics, paper and cardboard, and electronic e-waste are all likely to have a recycling option.Author, Mary Morgan: On Friday many of our students had the opportunity to hear author, Mary Morgan, present her children’s books. She DONATED her time to our school for 2 assemblies. Friday was also her birthday and the students sang “Happy Birthday” to her. She was thrilled and had a lovely day with our Hoover Rockets!! Our PTA donated a set of her children’s books to our Hoover Library. The Runaway Lawnmower book is geared towards grades K/1 and the National Parks Series is more for grades 3-7.
Mrs.Linn also emailed the forms out on Friday and they will also be making their way home via backpack mail Monday (if they have not already).
Youth Making a Difference: Projects are due March 22nd. Contact Christina Testa if you have questions: Christina.firstname.lastname@example.org
Book Bingo is Thursday, March 21st from 6-7pm. This is a fun FREE event sponsored by the Hoover PTA. Please join us for night of popcorn, Bingo and MANY chances to win free books. WE ARE IN NEED OF BOOK DONATIONS TO OFFER THE WINNERS ON THURSDAY. Please place your donations in the bins in the frot lobby.
Dine to Donate will be at BJ’s Brewhouse on Wednesday 3/27 from 11am-close. More information to come home this week.
Save the date for our Hoover PTA Tigers Game on May 19th.More details to come home soon.
3/21 Book Bingo Night 6-7, Spring Picture Day
3/27 BJ's Brewhouse Fundraiser (20% back to Hoover)
3/22 YMAD Projects Due, 4th Grade Energy Assembly
3/29 Battle Of The Books
4/1-4/5 Spring Break
4/6-4/20 Five Below Fundraiser
4/10 Dearborn Ham Orders Due
4/12 Spirit Day Hat Day, Special Baseball Lunch, Skibinski Lansing
4/12-4/29 Spirit Wear Free Shipping
4/13 Martian Marathon
4/16 PTA Meeting 10:00
4/17 Dearborn Hams Delivered
4/19 No School
4/25 Art Fair, Science Fair, Ice Cream Social, YMAD Celebration
5/19 Detroit Tigers Game