Montandon's Pawsitive Panthers for November:
The following students have been chosen to receive this month's Pawsitive Panther Award for displaying consistent positive behavior and excellence in the classroom:
PAWSITIVE PANTHER WINNERS
Front Row: Sara Mincemoyer (1st Mr. Balliet), Shayla Shemory (K. Ms. Martin), Owen Shawley (1st Ms. Biro),
Back Row: Emma George (4th Mr. Manotti), Kaylie Savidge (5th Mr. Marshall), Logyn Tallent (K. Mrs. Romania)
Missing from Picture: Addison Zettlemoyer (3rd Mrs. Blough), Latavia Rossman (2nd Mrs. Winters)
Wrapping Mr. Heggenstaller Reading Challenge
Your child’s goal is Kindergarten–2nd grade to read 10-15 minutes, and 3rd–5th grade 25-30 minutes each night for 5 nights. Parents, please sign and date this reading log each night that your child reads at home.
Once 5 nights have been read, return this reading log to school. Please return all completed reading logs by Friday, December 9th.
Your child will then be entered into a drawing to Wrap Mr. Heggenstaller during an assembly.
Thank you for encouraging reading every day and for helping to reach your child’s goal at home.
4th Grade Writing Celebration
4th grade has reached the end of their Narrative Writing Unit! They published pieces which were showcased on Thursday, November 17th around 12:30ish in Montandon’s cafeteria. As a class they started this unit writing personal narratives. After practicing and practicing writing stories about themselves, they are now ready to showcase their Realistic Fiction writing pieces. Each students read their writing. It has been a long 1st marking period and these young writers have put forth much effort. Parents were invited to celebrate their hard work and dedication. Having an audience is paramount to a writer. Having someone to listen is paramount to a child. Thanks for all of your support.
On Tuesday, November 8th, teachers brought their classroom to have the opportunity to vote for our next president here at Montandon Elementary. Each student tap once on the IPad to vote for which candidate they felt would make the best president.
We mark our presence, A to Z
No money needed, voting’s free.
Today’s the day, we vote with pride
A brand new president we’ll decide.
Excitedly we stand in line
Our vote to cast what’s on our mind.
Trump or Clinton, who will it be?
Count the ballots, and we will see.
For our freedom to vote, we cheer,
We’ll do it again in four more years.
Poem by: Mrs. Delong & Mrs. Smith
Voting Booth opened at 8:00 AM.
After all the students placed their votes Montandon’s candidate who won as president:
** 74% Donald Trump **
** 26% Hillary Clinton **