Principal's Newsletter

Dear Families,

It’s hard to believe it is already October!  Thank you for your continued support in helping keep our students and staff safe at school! As a reminder, we are currently requiring masks for students and staff. Please send a mask and water bottle with your child daily. 

**Extra water bottles and masks are available for any child who may have forgotten them at home.

Several Greyhounds have earned Leadership tickets for good deeds and positive behavior in the classroom this past month.  CONGRATULATIONS to Rylee Brandt, Maxon Sims, Bentley Beretta, Braelyn Johnson, Hagen Brandt, Karlie Woods, Devin Archambault, Emerson Tieman, Avery Dubroc, Riley Schroeder, Alex Roby, and Taten Schlobohm!  Students are recognized during our lunch shifts and leadership tickets are on display in the elementary main hallway. Go Greyhounds!

The winner of the 6th Grade Math Scholarship Award for the 2019-2020 school year is Brooklyn Trautman.  Congratulations Brooklyn!  This award is earned by a sixth grade student who has shown proficiency and talent in math.  This is determined by overall grade point average (grades 4th, 5th, and 1st semester of 6th) in math and by standardized achievement scores in the math area.       

Parent/Teacher conference information will be coming home in the next few weeks. 

We will be having Halloween parties on Friday, October 30th at 2:00 p.m.  Our Home and School Committee will be donating Casey’s pizza and drinks for all students.  This year, we are inviting parents to send $1.00 to help our classroom teachers purchase a craft and treats for our students.  As a reminder, we are unable to accept any treats or goods from families this year.  We appreciate your support!  

Red Ribbon Dress Up Day “Red, White, and BOO! (Dress up Halloween or Patriotic) will be October 30thStudents are encouraged to participate in costume day however, it is not mandatory.  If dressing up, students will wear costume to school for the full day. Students should wear safety masks in accordance with our Re-Entry Plan.  Halloween and Patriotic costumes must be appropriate for an elementary school student.  Staff will have discretion to ask a student(s) to remove their costume if they are in violation of the costume expectations as listed below or are disruptive.  

  • NO weapons (swords, knifes, guns…etc.) NO props.
  • NO fake blood or face make-up
  • NO costume masks or gory masks
  • The costume needs to be one they can easily get in and out of without teacher assistance. Students will have recess.Please send students in comfortable costumes.(For example, no blow up/air filled costumes allowed.)

As always, feel free to call or send me an email with questions or for further information.


Ms. Melanie Davis, Elementary Principal

Phone: 660-335-6348  










Melanie Davis, Principal


Ms. Melanie Davis