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Jason's Deli Spirit Night - January 31st Come out for our first spirit night of 2020 at Jason’s Deli (1600 E. Woodlawn Rd.) on Friday, January 31st from 5 – 10 p.m. 15% of all proceeds from PRM sales will go back to our school. When making a purchase be sure to tell them you are from PRM!
Snowflake Dance Tickets on Sale! It’s winter – that only means one thing……It’s time for the Snowflake Dance!!! Come one, come all and dance the evening away. We will have music, dancing, face paint, glow sticks, and yes, the VIP lounge for the older students. The Snowflake dance will be held Friday, February 7th from 6:00 – 8:00 PM.

Tickets can be purchased on our website and are $10/student $1/adult ($3/up-charge for the upper el students). Pizzas (cheese, pepperoni, gluten free) can also be pre-ordered at the link above. Thank you for supporting Ms. Cecelia’s 6th grade fundraiser! Please note: this is not a drop off event. By purchasing a ticket, you are agreeing to be responsible for and supervise your child(ren) through the duration of the event. 

PRM Named a National Magnet School of Excellence!MSA’s National Merit Awards program honors the top magnet schools in the United States. These awards recognize magnet schools that demonstrate commitment to high academic standards, curriculum innovation, successful desegregation and diversity efforts, and consistent delivery of high quality educational services to all stakeholders.

MSA established two categories of awards:
Magnet School of Excellence Awards are given to only a select group of magnet schools that have demonstrated the highest level of excellence in all facets of the merit award application.
Magnet School of Distinction Awards are the second level of awards given to magnet schools that have met all the basic requirements outlined in the merit awards scoring rubric.

All schools that apply for merit awards must be current members of Magnet School of America and are required to submit an application that is scored by a panel of educators. Magnet schools that are the highest ranked in the “excellence category” are eligible to receive monetary awards and the chance to be named the nation’s top Elementary, Secondary or New & Emerging Magnet School. One of the schools of excellence will be selected to win $5,000 – which is attached to the Dr. Ronald P. Simpson Distinguished Merit Award, considered the most prestigious merit award

Please visit www.magnet.edu for more information.

Windsor Park Food Pantry Donation Drive Join PRM Cares in supporting the food pantry at Windsor Park Elementary! We are kicking off our February donation drive early. To make it fun for all, Ms. Cecelia’s class is making this into a SOUPER BOWL contest. There will be team signs in the collection area outside the office. When you bring in your food donations (they can be soup or any other canned or non-perishable items), place them in the bin under the sign for your pick to win the Super Bowl!

Windsor Park Elementary is a Title I school with a 100% poverty level. This year, a parent turned a storage closet into a free food pantry for students after learning from the principal and teachers how many students were hungry during the school day. After the holidays, their stock is low. Let’s help them fill the shelves for the SOUPER BOWL! You can learn more about the Windsor Park Elementary food pantry here.

Parent Book Study: The Gift of Failure Join Ms. Melanie and Ms. Jennifer for a parent book study on “The Gift of Failure” by Jessica Lahey. They will meet 3 times to discuss the book and will offer morning and afternoon options on each meeting date. Dates are 2/26, 3/25, and 4/8. Sessions will be held at 8:15 AM and 3:30 PM. Please visit this link to sign-up. You may purchase the book yourself or we have a limited number of copies at the school that you can borrow. Please find more info in this flyer and email Melanie Francis if you have questions.