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David M. Cox Elementary School Dream It! Believe It! Achieve It! NO LIMITS!

Cox Cub News


Volume 6, Issue 13 Mrs. Tara Imboden, Principal imboden@interact.ccsd.net
Jan 23 Feb 10, 2017 Dr. Christine Clayman, Assistant Principal cclayman@interact.ccsd.net
School Organizational Team Meeting
Thursday, 2/16, at 5:30 pm in DMC Library
Topic: Final Budget Proposal for 2017-2018 & School Performance Plan
(Agenda Posted on School Website)

No School Monday, February 20th, in observance of Presidents Day!

Cub Cheers: Way to go to Mrs. Henson, Mrs. Niewinski, and Ms. Popecks Students theyve done our Friday Morning
Announcements and were awesome! Congratulations to the following students for receiving Cox Cub of the Week:
Kimball Steffen, Jade Riches, Gia Davis, Hailey Parrott, Joel Puente, Johnny Ramirez, Ezekiel De Los Santos, Kiera Schultz,
Luna Oropeza, Jehmiah Garner, Chloe Christensen, Aroara Cabigas, Anthony Chooparkpian, Dominic Singer, Hayley Fadell,
Tanner Lewis, Drake Parrott, Maile Rodriguez, Lilly Nguyen, Aija Cunningham, Sylvia Lindgren, Julian Banales,
Gina Gibellina, Aiden Lattin, Mary Glasser , Bethany Tanasescu, Adrian Cornejo, Ruby Velarde, Hayleigh Sarnessar,
Leilah Castaneda, Gianna Christensen, Tyler Lewis, Sultan Aitbakiyev, Brealyn Ekborg, Brooklyn Moore, and Payson Harry.

Specialist Trophy Winners: Congratulations to the following classes


for having awesome behavior in specials! Mrs. Perkins, Mrs. Anderson, Mr. Peterson, Mrs. Cole, Mrs. Stackel, Mr. Orth!
These classes demonstrated amazing behavior and earn the Oscar Trophy.
Red and Pink Spirit Dress Day on Tuesday the 14th!

Yearbook News: A yearbook tab has been added to our school website! The deadline for uploading pictures is March 31 st!
The yearbook needs your photos! https://davidmcoxelementaryschool.com/yearbook/
Milers News: A big Way to Go goes out to our 100 mile finisher: Carl LoBue! Congratulations to the February Drawing
Winners: Noah Francisco, Jocelyn Nuestro, Melanie Pham, Jayda Powell, Alyssa Partida, Mia Herrin, Mary Glasser, and our
parent winner, Mrs. Kham! Just a reminder that Milers has an email address. If you would like to be added to that email
listing please respond to dmcmilersclub@gmail.com to get emails on Milers including cancelation days.

Huge Thank You to Mrs. Means!


Mrs. Means, one of our parents, who is a professional
artist, donated her time and talents to beautifying the
front of our campus! Mrs. Means graciously agreed to
take on this enormous task and painted the astounding
mural at no cost to the school! Thank you so much, its
truly beautiful. Make sure you stop by and see the
amazing artwork!
Did you know? In addition to the state-mandated Common CORE curriculum we provide the following services to students
who struggle with grade level standards in reading: America Read Tutors, Community Tutors and Mentors, Read by Grade
Three Reading Services, Parent and Grandparent Volunteers, and an Interventionist in grades 4 and 5. These programs provide
support to students who are struggling in reading. Did you know that your childs school provides enrichment lessons to
students in first and second grade who are performing above grade level? We encourage families to go online to the CCSD
website and the state website to review the State Curriculum and review what standards are expected to be mastered by
students in each grade level.

Parent Note: You can go online and check your childs Accelerated Reader (AR) points anytime. Please contact your childs
teacher if you need assistance with the classroom code. Each grade level has required points for students to earn which is
factored into their reading grade. Students take AR tests for points throughout the school day, during computer labs, and are
allowed to come into school early and access the computer lab to take AR tests. Parents please consistently check and refresh
your childs Infinite Campus app. At any time you can view your childs assignment and CORE grades. Our teachers
post grades weekly and all assignments graded are immediately uploaded. Our teachers are also required to send home
progress reports every twice a month.

Teacher Communication: Parents, our teachers use multiple forms of communication to our community to keep them
informed of events, assignments, and important notices about behavior and grades. All of our teachers utilize Class Dojo,
Infinite Campus, and have emails. Some have developed classroom webpages, send home daily/weekly note sheets, progress
reports, and of course, good old-fashioned phone calls. Please contact the school and your childs teacher to get linked up with
your childs class if youre not accessing Infinite Campus or Class Dojo.

Honor Club News: Our previous Honor Club Students (BETA Club) raised funds for four years to purchase a life-size chess
set and life-size connect four set for the playground! Its just arrived and will be coming to the playground soon! This years
students have been selling Valo-Grams to begin raising funds for more school items. The students work hard to provide
extras to our students at DMC. Thank you for supporting our Honor Club, where all funds raised from club activities go
directly back to the school.

District Changes: There seems to be new changes every time we turn around with the re-organization of CCSD. This is a new
venture for us just as it is for you. Next year, there are over 4 brand new schools opening in Clark County. It is an incredible
experience to open a new school both for a principal and a teacher. Some of our own teachers have been given this
opportunity and we are going to be experiencing a staffing change next year.

As stated at the PTA meeting last week, I WONT GUARANTEE parent requests for classroom teachers next year.
Parents can always put in a request for a specific teacher, HOWEVER, there is going to be staff shifting over the
summer and you WILL NOT BE GUARANTEED to get ANY of your choices you put in. I will NOT be meeting with
anyone appealing their class placement. We always take into consideration parent requests as long as the classes remain
balanced but parent requests do NOT drive student placement. Parents can make their requests beginning in April through
May. Class placement letters will be mailed home in July and even then, staffing changes can take place.

A Look Ahead:
*Calendar dates & events are subject to change.
Feb 13-17 Multi-cultural Week
Feb 16 Mutli-cultural Fair
Feb 20 Presidents Day No School
Feb 22 DREAMS Graduation
Feb 24 Sleeping Beauty Performance DRAMA Club
Feb 28 Bookworm Breakfast 8 am MP Room
Feb 27 Nevada Reading Week
Feb 27 Book Fair Week
Mar 03 Pastries w/Parents 8:15 am
Mar 03 Reflections Assembly
Mar 07 PTA Meeting 6 pm
Mar 10 4th Grade Musical
Mar 10 Progress Reports
Mar 14 Family Dinner Night Zupas
Mar 24 5th Grade Musical
Mar 28 Bookworm Breakfast
Mar 31 Family Night Bingo