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From the Principal, Ms. Davis

Hello Parents and Students of Paideia 24. To prepare our students to be the leaders of tomorrow it is important to make reading a priority. Please be sure your child takes some time to read at home each day.

Look what's happening at Paideia 24.....

  • The Paideia Student Council
    • meetings are held biweekly run by the Student Council President and Vice-President.
    • student representatives attend the meetings to discuss and plan actvities for the student body.
    • the Paideia Student Council also does community outreach.
  • The Paideia 24 Safety Patrol 
    • students are on duty each day monitoring the hallways to ensure children are walking, not running to their destinations.
  • The Paideia 24 Newsletter Group 
    • students are working hard to publish the first copy of the " Paideia Post", highlighting news and events happening in our school community.

Daily Announcements

Student Council

Check out the 2014-2015 Student Council Candidates' Posters on the 2nd floor.  Elections will be held Wednesday, October 1, 2014.


Pennies for Patients

Bring in your loose change for the "Pennies for Patients" program.  All monies raised will be donated to help fight cancer.  Together we can make a difference!  Every penny counts!

 

 


Our Mission
 
The mission of Paideia School #24 is to prepare each student, in partnership with their families,  to become aware, self-sufficient, and responsible participants in society, who will pursue life-long learning.  We commit, as a staff, to provide student-centered instruction in a safe environment.  We pledge to creating a culture of kindness and reflective practice, both for our own growth and as models of life-long learnings for our students.

Author-of-the-Month at Paideia 24 

 Read two/three books by authors from your grade level.
 Complete the "Author-of-the-Month" form. See the Principal for a reward.

PreK - Kdg   - Aliki and Frank Asch
Grades 1 and 2 - Vera Williams and Mo Willems
Grades 3 and 4 - Wendelin Van Draanen
Grades 5 and 6 - Robert Luis Stevenson and Rebecca Stead
THE GOAL IS TO READ TWENTY-FIVE BOOKS BY JUNE 1st.


Awards & Achievements
The Awards Ceremony will recognize students who have achieved at the level of Principals Honor, Honor Roll, and Perfect Attendance for this report card marking period.

Daily Schedule
 
School Begins - 8:35 a.m.
School Ends -    3:15 p.m. 
PreK, Pick-up in classrooms;
K- 6th, Pick-up and walkers are in the cafeteria; and
Bus children are in the auditorium.

From the School Nurse
 
New York State has changed the grade levels mandated for physical examinations.  The mandated grades include: Pre-K, K, 2, 4, 7, and 10.  Physical examinations continue to be required for any student new to the district.  The change in the mandated physical examination provides an opportunity to follow the student's growth and development over an even distribution of time during their educational experience.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our school nurse, Diane Rilloraza, at (914) 376-8640.

Tuesday, October 21
Interim Reports
Students from grades K-6 will receive progress reports for the 1st Marking Period.
Wednesday, October 22
Board of Education Stated Meeting
Saunders High School Auditorium
7:00PM Communications From the Community
7:30PM Stated Meeting
Interim Reports
Students from grades K-6 will receive progress reports for the 1st Marking Period.
Thursday, October 23
Interim Reports
Students from grades K-6 will receive progress reports for the 1st Marking Period.
Friday, October 24
Interim Reports
Students from grades K-6 will receive progress reports for the 1st Marking Period.

Remember to bring in your box tops!  Top 3 classes will receive special parties from our schools PTA.  Visit http://www.boxtops4education.com/ to find products where you can find box tops.  Box tops = School Wide Rewards.

Today, 10/21/2014
High: 66 Low: 54
Chance rain showers
56% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 10/22/2014
High: 61 Low: 47
Rain likely
73% chance of precipitation.