Whata great start we’ve had this year! Students,staff and parents are all actively involved in our academic and communitybuilding programs and that is truly what makes Bluffsview such a special place.
Weare pleased to have so many volunteers who generously give of their time,talent and resources. Many thanks to allwho have already been working to plan school events. Remember, our Bluffsview PTA website, www.bluffsview.org, will keep you up to date with school events, as wellas ways to volunteer and be involved with your child’s school. We have many volunteers who provide serviceson a daily basis through their work with individual students as they providesupport and assistance in the classroom. Our volunteer program is extensive! Please know that however big or small your contribution, it does not gounnoticed. Parents are a critical piecein Bluffsview’s success.
The Bluffsview staff is committed tohelping each child reach their potential. Staff members continuously engage in learning opportunities to helpbuild an even stronger instructional program than we already have here atBluffsview. On Tuesday, November5, the Bluffsview staff will spend the day engaged in a variety of professionaldevelopment opportunities centered around CCSS, revised grade level standards,and RtI. We are committed to providingyour child(ren) with the best educational experience possible, and weappreciate your partnership in this endeavor.
Progress Reports will be available on Infinite Campuson Monday, November 4. We will not be sending hard copies of progress reports homewith your children. For parents of students in grades 4-6, accessto your children’s grades is available at all times.
Parent/Teacher conferences will be scheduled duringNovember to offer further details with respect to your child’s progress. This is an opportunity to strengthencommunication and build partnerships between home and school. It is critical for families and teachers to work as a team to ensure that each child reacheshis or her full potential. We know that children do a better job in school when parentsare interested, supportive, and involved in their children’s education. The success of our students is dependent onall of us working together as a team.
Cindy P. Fox