Principal's Newsletter

Dear Sweet Springs Families,                                                                                 

            We only have a couple of weeks left in the 2017-2018 school year!  There are many trips and activities planned for this month.  We are very proud of all of the growth our students have made this year!  Thank you for your involvement in your child’s education!  We hope to see you at one of our upcoming events!

            Many thanks to our 3rd-6th Volleyball players and coaches for another great season!  It was wonderful watching our students develop their skills as well as participate with outstanding sportsmanship!  We appreciate everyone’s commitment!            Next week is Teacher and Staff Appreciation week!  Many thanks to all of our teachers and staff for all their hard work in educating our children!!!!!!!!!!  

Our 6th Grade Promotion Ceremony will be taking place on Monday, May 22nd. Congratulations to our 6th grade students!  We are proud of each of you!!!

Our 2nd Annual Elementary Career Day will be Thursday, May 17th.  During this event, students get an opportunity to visit four career stations to learn about careers of interest and meet people associated with those careers.  We anticipate a memorable time for our students and volunteers!

Teacher Request forms will be available on Friday, May 11th and will be due by Friday, May 18th.  If you are interested in completing a teacher request form, please visit the elementary office. 

Our End-of-the-Year Awards Assembly will be held on Wednesday, May 23rd at 8:30 a.m. in the elementary gym.  We invite any parents to join us during this celebration as we honor our students for all of their hardwork during the past school year!

As always, if there are ever questions or concerns, I am happy to discuss them with you.  My email is mschlup@sweetsprings.k12.mo.us or by calling the elementary office at 660-335-6348.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

Sincerely, Ms. Schlup