Worthington Park Elementary School

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  • Asia Principal's Corner

    Be sure to click on our new Principal's Corner!! 

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  • bottles RECYCLING PLASTIC BOTTLESrecycle

     Please send your empty plastic bottles to school. They can be any color or size! Mrs. Richardson will be collecting them until the end of February. They will be used for an art project in April with our Artist-in-the-School, Eric Marlow.

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  • snowflake WINTER WEATHERsnowflake
    SCHOOL CLOSING & DELAY FAQs

    (See Quick Links on left side of this page!)

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  • skater PTA SCHOOL SKATE PARTY

    Friday, February 24  --  5:00-7:00 pm  --  Skate Zone 71

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  • PARK STUDENT ART ON DISPLAY!palett

    at  Worthington Public Library1839 Worthington Centre Drive

    Congratulations to the following students who have artwork on display in the Library!

    Kindergarten - Linda L., Eric P., and Adriana R.; 2nd Grade - Nick C. and Ella S.; 4th Grade - Leah F., Harsh V., Xavier R., and Evelyn Y.; 5th Grade - Gaby C. and Camden G.; 6th Grade - Habiba B. and Javon H.

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  • conversation AN EVENING CONVERSATION WITH MRS. ARMSTRONG

    Wednesday, March 1 at 6:00 pm

                        Worthington Public Library, 1839 Worthington Centre Drive

    All are welcome to come to the Worthington Park Library on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at 6:00 pm for an informal Q & A session with the Park Principal. There is no set topic. Mrs. Armstrong will be available for an hour to answer any questions that you may have. 

    "I think that it is of great importance to have a strong, positive relationship between the home and school. I value parent input and I want to build a strong Parent/Principal Partnership."  -- Asia

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  • band            6th Grade Band Concert

           Tuesday, March 1 at 7:30 pm, Park

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  • Choir      Park Choir Concert

       Tuesday, March 16 at 7 pm

         Please join us for our 3rd annual Worthington Park Choir Concert and a reception with light refreshments following the concert.

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  • artist ERIC MARLOW -- Artist-in-the-Schoolrecycle

    April 3-7, 2017

    Eric's art medium is recycled materials. Eric willget Park imaginations going with ways to use recyclables for Art!

    Please help us get ready by sending in your empty, plastic bottles (any color or size)! Mrs. Richardson will be collecting them until the end of February.  Thanks for your help!!

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  • spring Monday April 10 through Friday, April 14   

    Classes Resume on Monday, April 17

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  • badge  DISTRICT VOLUNTEER BADGE

    Planning to volunteer at school or chaperone a class field trip? If you haven't already, now is a great time to apply for your District Volunteer Badge. This badge is required to volunteer and/or chaperone. First, you will need to complete the on-line portion of the background check prior to going to the Worthington Education Center (WEC) at 200 E. Wilson Bridge Road, Worthington. CLICK HERE TO GO TO START THE PROCESS

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  • WANT TO KNOW WHAT IS HAPPENING Calendar Image
    THROUGHOUT THE 16-17 SCHOOL YEAR?

                   Be sure to check out our 'Upcoming Events' tab above

                                          or check out the full calendar!

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  • Counselor's Page & Let's Talk Tuesday! Videos

    Don't forget to check out Mrs. Gastaldo's Winter Update and the latest Let's Talk Tuesday! videos located under the Counseling tab on our webpage!!

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  • DRESS FOR THE WEATHER!!
         Recess is a very important time for students.  They need the break from schoolwork and they need the exercise.  Therefore, students go outside for recess if it is: 20 degrees (F) or above and if the wind chill is 20 degrees (F) or above.
     
         At times, a quick 10-minute recess may be used even if temperatures are a little lower.  Remember teachers are outside at recess with the children and we rely on their judgement.
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