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Program for January 16th

 
Wednesday's program is Principal Michelle Olsen from Roosevelt Elementary.
 
Roosevelt Elementary 2018 School of Distinction

Roosevelt Elementary was selected as a School of Distinction for the second year in a row.  This recognition, bestowed by the Center for Educational Effectiveness (CEE), celebrates school staff, students and leaders who improve performance for all students over a sustained period of time in English language arts (ELA) and mathematics.  Roosevelt is in the top 5% of schools across the state who have demonstrated sustained improvements over a 5-year span. This is the second year in a row that Roosevelt Elementary has received this honor.

“This is due to the hard work of our staff.  We are all in and doing whatever it takes for the sake of the children,” said Principal Michelle Olsen.

“Every day at our school is a joyful celebration of learning and community.  This recognition is an exciting honor to every member of the Roosevelt team,” added Assistant Principal Jennifer Van De Wege.

Greg Lynch, Superintendent of Olympic Educational Service District (OESD) 114, presented a certificate with his congratulations to Principal Michelle Olsen at the December 13 School Board meeting.

“This is great news once again for Port Angeles School District and Roosevelt Elementary School,” said Lynch.  “Roosevelt continues to receive lots of positive recognition.”

For more information on the Center for Educational Effectiveness and the School of Distinction award, go to http://www.effectiveness.org/2018-school-of-distinction/.

For more information on the Olympic Educational Service District 114, go to https://www.oesd114.org/.

Students of the Month
 
Here are the students honored at last week's Club Assembly:
 
Aeverie Politika - Parents Staci & Mike Politika 
 
Aeverie ranks first in her class and manages a full load of volunteering, sports and classes.  She has volunteered in a variety of ways with the Olympic Medical Foundation, youth softball, volleyball camp, First Steps and working with the aging. Aeverie has Lettered in Volleyball, Basketball, Tennis and Academics. She has received a host of awards as a Distinguished Scholar and Athlete, the Soroptimist Star Award, Student of the Month in multiple programs and the Theodore Roosevelt Award. She has taken honors classes, been a officer in the DECA club. 
 
Andrew Methner - Parents Sarah & Steve Methner 
 
 Andrew ranks 7th in his class and supports his community and school in a variety of ways. He has volunteered at the Dream Playground cleaning up and performing maintenance, Friendship dinners and encouraging youth to vote.AT school he has served the student body as secretary, lettered in soccer, dive and academics. He has taken AP and honors classes throughout high school and  participated with Orchestra since 4th grade. And, he has been very active with the 5 host students the family has had through Rotary Exchange Program. 
 
 
Happy Bucks
 
Happy Bucks for December was Friday Food Bags (PA Food Bank). We earned $140. 
 
Happy Bucks for November was  Polio Plus. We earned $98. 
 
Happy Bucks for October was Polio Plus. We earned $255.
 
Happy Bucks for September was VIMO. We earned $184.
 
Happy Bucks for August was $238.00 to Parentline School Supplies
 
Happy Bucks for July was Shelter Box.  We earned $191.00.
 
Happy Bucks for June was Feiro Marine Center.  We earned $142.88.
 
Happy Bucks for May was Shelter Box. We earned $268.
 
Happy Bucks for March ($174.72) and April was the Clallam County Literacy Council ($149.50)
 
Happy Bucks for February was Polio Plus. We earned $114.00.
 
Happy Bucks for January was Friday Food Bags. We earned $168.
 
 
Important Club Documents
Here are links to a couple of important Club Documents.
 
Program Spreadsheet
 
 
New Member Packet
 
 
And for those of you who haven’t yet used Google Docs here are some directions. It’s really easy. 
First you need to set up a google account if you don’t already have one. 
 
Once you have. Google account you can access a lot of different Google  products through the Google Drive. Here’s help with that. 
 

 
President's Message
Marc Jackson

 
 
HAVE a great week and hope to see all of you Wednesday. 
Marc
 
 
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