REMINDER: NO SCHOOL DECEMBER 23-JANUARY 1-HOLIDAY BREAK
SCHOOL RESUMES ON JANUARY 2, 2014
THE FITNESS/WELLNESS CENTER WILL BE CLOSED DECEMBER 23 AND WILL REOPEN ON JANUARY 6TH.
CASTLE FREEZIE CAFÉ
Princeton High School
Food Service 2013
Located in Room 507
December 10, 11, 12
8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Come enjoy some tasty treats like…..
The King’s Omelet
Catapult Cinnamon Rolls
ELEMENTARY HOLIDAY CONCERT
"A SEASON OF GIVING"
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2013
6:00 P.M. IN THE HIGH SCHOOL GYM
MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL HOLIDAY BAND CONCERT
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17 @ 7:00 P.M. IN THE HIGH SCHOOL GYM
PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND BOTH EVENTS
If school is delayed or closed for any reason it will be announced on the following stations:
TV: Channel 2 (WBAY) Channel 3 (WISC) Channel 5 (WFRV)
Channel 11 (WLUK) Channel 15 (WMTV) Channel 27 (WKOW)
Radio: WRPN 1600 AM (Ripon) 99.5 (Oshkosh)
Winter Dress Needs for Elementary Students
Winter is here! To assure cold weather safety and comfort of students during recess, the following procedures will be followed for grades 4K-5:
1. If the temperature as measured by the thermometer mounted near the front door of the school falls below 10 degrees Fahrenheit, or if the wind chill is below 0 degrees F, students will remain indoors for recess.
2. The following outdoor clothing is needed to go outside during the winter months:
*Winter coat or jacket
* Warm hat or hood--baseball type caps do not provide enough warmth and are not acceptable.
*Gloves or mittens
*Grades 4K-2-Snow pants and boots when snow or other wet conditions exist. 3rd, 4th, & 5th grade students wishing to go off the blacktop must have these items as well. Students who do not have the proper clothing to go outside at recess will stay indoors and be supervised by a teacher.
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Please click on the letter below for transportation information for home games and practices for Middle and High School Athletes.
COURSE OFFERINGS FOR 2013-2014
SLD Notification for Schools as Required by PI 11.36(6)(c)2
Wisconsin’s rule for identifying students with specific learning disabilities (SLD) has changed. No later than , all initial SLD evaluations of public school students will use information from interventions to make eligibility decisions.
This article is to notify you that beginning on initial SLD evaluations at Princeton Public School will begin using information from a student’s response to intensive, scientific research based or evidenced based interventions when making special education eligibility decisions.
This change in qualification procedures will be implemented in our district by using a system known as ‘Response to Intervention (RTI)’. RTI encompasses academics and behaviors for all students. RTI is designed to catch student struggles, in academics and behaviors, early on and to provide interventions that have been proven to work.
If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Heather Schultz,School Psychologist/ Director of Curriculum at (920)295-6571 ext. 1409. --
Annual Notices for the School District of Princeton can be found in the attachment below.