Elementary School Principal's Page
August 24, 2012
A Year of Learning, Joy, and Excitement
Dear MRHE Families,
The start of the school year is always an exciting time full of anticipation and promise for the things yet to come. As principal, please allow me to say “happy new year” and “welcome back”. I am confident that this school year will be full of learning, joy, and excitement.
As we begin our new journey, I believe clear and concise communication is essential to the heart of our school community. It is vital to the work that we ALL do to support our children in their development. As I shared in my summer letter, communication occurs at many levels. These include school-to-family, teacher-to-family, family-to-family, student-to-family, and family-community. Our goal is to insure that all levels of communication are in place.
In an effort to receive feedback from you, I am inviting you to respond to a brief survey about specific aspects of communication at our school. In addition, there are several questions regarding our metaphor, School as Museum. Your honest opinion will be helpful as we strive to share all of the amazing things that make MRHE such a unique and wonderful place to be.
The survey link is available on the front page of our website. The survey will remain open until Friday, September 6th. I will discuss the results and the future of communication at MRHE during the Parent Information Night on Tuesday, September 11th. Your child’s teacher will also be discussing classroom expectations and communication on this evening as well. Please make note of this date…it is very
important that you are here to learn about our school and your child’s classroom for the school year.
Also coming home today in backpacks, you will find information about our After-School Clubs. Several of the clubs are returning from last year and several are brand new. I hope your children enjoy these extended learning opportunities.
Again, “happy new year” and “welcome back!” I am certain we have a great school year ahead of us.
Respectfully, Jason Adams