The remainder of this weeks schedule will start with an 11:30 am dismissal tomorrow, the virtual Christmas Program available online at 7 pm on Thursday evening and an 11:30 am dismissal on Friday to begin our Christmas Break.
If you ordered a Sports Boosters Holiday Gift Box, today is pickup day from 3 pm until 4 pm at Selmaville School.
The Selmaville PTO annual basket raffle begins today. Attached is a picture of all the available baskets. You may also view them on our website under the "NEWS" tab. All students will have an envelope sent home today with raffle ticket order forms inside. As always, thank you for supporting our PTO!
The Selmaville PTO wishes to thank all of you who supported their turkey raffle this year. We understand these are difficult times and you found a way to support the PTO and match last year's fundraising totals. Thank you!
REMOTE LEARNERS: If you were not able to participate in the filming of the Christmas program, but would like to be included in the remote learners video, please send a short 10-15 second clip of you dancing to a Christmas song to Mrs. Jones by Wednesday, 12/9. Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org"
Just a reminder that tomorrow, December 2nd, we will be dismissing at 11:30 am.
The Sports Boosters Premium Holiday Gift Box is a perfect gift for anyone. It also supports our Sports Booster program. Orders need to be placed by this Friday, December 4th. You can pay for your order when you pick them up between 3 pm and 4 pm on Friday, December 11th.
Selmaville School wishes everyone a Happy Thanksgiving! We are thankful for our students, staff, parents and community.
Just as a reminder, Selmaville School will be dismissing at 2:30 pm today to begin our Thanksgiving break. Happy Thanksgiving!
The deadline is approaching for this year’s Selmaville School apparel sales. You have until the end of the day on Sunday, November 22nd, to make any purchases. You can follow this link to the actual site for your purchases: https://selmavillefallstore2020.itemorder.com/sale
Selmaville school will be running three buses today (11/18/20) for our 11:30 am dismissal. Student drop off times could very slightly.
Picture Retake Day: Tomorrow (11/18/20) we will offer retakes for those who missed the original picture day or those who want their photo retaken. If you want a retake you must return the original picture packet. For those who are remote learners you can stop by the school from 12 pm until 1 pm to take advantage of this day as well.
Just a reminder that there is no school tomorrow, November 11th, in observance of Veterans Day.
Reminders: Today is our 11:30 am dismissal time and there is a PTO meeting scheduled for 4 pm today along with a Sports Boosters meeting at 5 pm.
What a great night for our Selmaville Rocket family! Thanks to the staff for providing our students a way to enjoy Halloween in a safe and appropriate way during this time of COVID-19. Thanks to our parents for bringing the students by to see us. Finally, a special thanks to the PTO for sponsoring this event.
Don't miss the PTO sponsored Boo-Thru tonight from 5 pm until 6 pm. Selmaville students and families are welcome to drive through the outer lane in front of the school and see the staff dressed in their costumes. The PTO will provide a treat at the end of the drive.
Thanks to all of the students who participated in this year's PTO Pumpkin decorating contest. All of the students voted and these three received the most votes. 1st place Isaac's Rocket Haunted House, 2nd place Khaeler's Honey Bear and 3rd place Brady's Jack O Lantern. Congratulations to Isaac, Khaeler and Brady!
The PTO sponsored Boo-Thru will be tomorrow evening, October 28th, in front of the school from 5 pm until 6 pm. All Selmaville students and families are welcome to come through to see the Selmaville staff dressed up in their costumes. The PTO will be there to provide a treat for all of those students who drive through. We hope to see you there.
Reminder: All parent teacher conferences this year will be either by phone or video. There are no in person conferences due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Tomorrow is the first day of “Red Ribbon Week”. The theme for the day will be “Vote YES for Your Future - Drug Free!” Wear Red, White and Blue to school.