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Student Council

   Welcome to the Student Council Website!

2018 Meeting Dates

Thursday, April 5, 2018

Thursday, May 3, 2018

Student Council Student Leader Positions

Classroom Representatives:

They are responsible for telling the school what is happening in student council and what events are coming.

Technology:

They will update the student council website on a monthly basis.

Creativity:

They make posters for whatever special events we're working on.



Student Store
Parent Volunteers are needed to work in the Student Store during lunch on Friday's.
Please check your calendars and use the Signup Genius link below to sign up.
Thank you in advance for donating your time.

EAGLE UPDATES


We are excited about this year’s talent show. We will continue doing peer performances this year in order to provide more opportunities for our peers to perform. We value all our students and their talents and we want all students to have the opportunity to perform for their peers.  Third grade through 5th grade students can perform individually or in grade level groups during their specials on April 4th and if needed April 5th. Students will only be allowed to perform for 90 seconds in order to allow time for everyone to perform. Students are asked to cut music to length before their performance, if applicable. To value our class time please try to limit any performance preparation time to 5 minutes before their specials, if necessary. Students who perform in the morning are encouraged to come to school ready for their performance. Parents are welcome to come and watch the grade level peer performances. Any students who would like to perform should fill out this google form by March 30th. During the grade level peer performances, students and teachers who watch the performance will have the opportunity to vote on their favorite performances. These voted performances will be showcased in the school wide talent show that will be held Wednesday, May 2nd for an afternoon school assembly at 1:45pm-3:00pm and an evening performance at 6:00pm.


If you have any questions please go to the student council’s website for more information and the sign-up link!


Thank you from student council and we can’t wait to see the student performances!

Chelsie Schwartz, Ashley Pantazopoulos, Donna Stillwell

chschwartz@dcsdk12.org

apantazopoulos@dcsdk12.org

dmstillwell@dcsdk12.org





Leaders Lending a Helping Hand Project!


Pennies for Patients






Follow the rainbow to fill our Pot of Gold and help find a cure!
Redstone Elementary School is concluding our Pennies for Patients campaign and we invite you to throw a little gold(or green) into our pot this weekend
http://events.lls.org/pages/rm/RedstoneElementarySchool-2018
With a little luck on our side and your support we are on our way to curing cancer!
Please help us raise $300 this weekend to add to our school goal and help us find a cure!


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Pasta for Pennies/Pennies for Patients program helps to fund lifesaving blood cancer research and helps children and adults going through treatment right now.

  • Dates: March, 2, 2018 through March 16, 2018

  • School online giving page: http://events.lls.org/pages/rm/RedstoneElementarySchool-2018

  • Students receive coin boxes to collect dollars and spare change

  • Students should set up their individual online giving page under their teacher’s name!  

    • The online giving page allows friends and family near and far to support our students’ service, as well as raise awareness for the work of LLS.

    • Students who raise $100 in online donations get a GLOW in the DARK T-shirt!

  • This is also a friendly classroom competition.  The top class will receive a prize!


Go to the Student Council website for links and more information.


We can’t wait to see our Redstone community spread kindness to those in need!


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