MB is Offering a Summer FREE Lunch Program for Kids
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See the soccer camp flyer for any boys entering grades 1-8. Great way to kickoff summer!
Congratulations to Nurse Deb Mayer, who will be retiring in May, 2018. Deb has served in District 8 for many years supporting our children and staff. We appreciate the love and dedication that Deb has given to all of us! We will miss you!
Central Registration: Thursday, July 26, 2018 and Monday, July 30, 2018(12:00pm – 8:00pm)
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Helping Traumatized Children
As parents and caregivers, we are the first to notice when children are impacted by traumatic events. Whether it is an event directly impacting a child, or events in the community or society, it is important to care for the social/emotional needs of our children. Helping Children Cope with Traumatic Events by Melinda Smith, M.A., Lawrence Robinson, and Jeanne Segal, Ph.D. provide tips on helping children traumatized. These coping tips could help:
Five Ways to Raise a Grateful Child, by Andrea Hussong is about the importance of gratitude in our children. It suggested ways to increase gratitude in our children. Here are the five major points that include the NOTICE-THINK-FEEL-DO model:
1) Model thankfulness – When we model gratitude our children witness first hand either through our actions or words. They are more likely to show gratitude in their own experiences.
2) Embed it – Think about the environment you create for your children. “In turn, children who are involved in more activities selected by parents to foster gratitude more frequently display gratitude.”
3) Talk about it when it is there – Discuss with your children when they show gratitude. Make it a teaching moment.
4) Talk about it when it is not there – Discuss with your children when they do not show gratitude. Listen to your child about the situation and ways to handle it differently.
5) Repeat it often - Practice and reflect on the moments where we can show gratitude.
The article ends with the suggestion of starting off slowing and working on one thing at a time. This article can be found at:
Meadowbrook Events at a Glance
Student Drop Off/Pick Up
Fourth grade parents will need to drop off and pick up their students on the East side of the building (by the gym).
Fifth grade parents will drop off and pick up their students in front of the cafeteria.
Title 1 Parent Involvement Letter
Letter to Parents - Required Accountability Assessments
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