Taylor School has over 50 new students this year! These students were celebrated in our monthly Tiger Pride Assembly! Welcome to Taylor.....we're excited to hear your ROAR!
Don't forget!!! If you haven't sent items for your child's classroom auction basket-today and tomorrow are the last days!!
We will be pre-selling NIGHT OF HEROES tickets all next week before and after school! The prices are:
$2 per person or $8 per family (family is immediate family members only) all pre-sale tickets/wristbands will be available at Will Call the night of the event.
At the door tickets are $3 and $12. So the pre-sale is a great deal!
Each year, the PTA auctions off themed gift baskets to as a fundraiser for our school. Our amazing PTA relies on your generous donations each year to make this happen!
Here is a list of each class' theme for donations!
Preschool: Dr. Seuss
Kindergarten Anderson: Picnic
Kindergarten Sumens: Art, Thanksgiving
Taumoelau: Family Fun Night
Grill: Movie Night
Night of Heroes: October 9, 2017 5:30 to 7:30. We have LOTS of fun Heroes (local and super) coming to visit us, food trucks, silent auction, face paint, fun activities and lots, lots more. This is the last week to turn in new items for the theme baskets. If you do not know your class theme, please ask the teachers.
Taylor Elementary would like to give a giant 'Thank you' to Walmart for donating BOXES of school supplies to the students of Taylor!!! Binders, tape, markers, pens, notepads, book covers, pencil pouches/boxes, crayons and much much more will soon be in the classrooms and hands of Taylor's students!! It is a great day to be a Tiger!!!
6th Grade Orchestra is in full swing! These students arrive at the school 2-3 times a week at 8 am to learn cello, viola and violin from Mrs. Drager. We can't wait to hear them at their concerts this winter and spring!
Fifth grade students are such a help to the first grade classes during Guided Math. While first grade teachers instruct, the fifth grade students help run math centers that reinforce learning. This is a fun opportunity for both grades to look forward to because it gives them a chance to practice math, make new friends, and learn from each other. This partnership is a long time tradition that has been happening at Taylor for more than 15 years! Upper grade students always remember when they were in first grade and the "big kids" helped them.