Parents and students cleaned up the grounds around Bell Elementary School after school on Friday, October 13.
News and Announcements
GSA exists to create a supportive environment and provide resources to LGBTQ students and their friends. Our goal is to create unity between LGBTQ students and their straight classmates by talking about our experiences, supporting each other, and having fun! At each meeting we will have snacks, play games, and try to have a meaningful conversations. We don't judge and we want to create a safe space for all students. So, if you like food, fun, and just hanging out this is the club for you! Please join us on Thursday October 26th, at 2:15PM in Ms. Fyles Room #231.Attention future Book Battlers! The deadline for Battle of the Books is fast approaching. Turn in your signed permission slips by October 26 if you want to participate.
Let’s all come together to show our support against bullying and united for kindness, acceptance and inclusion by wearing Orange for Unity day on Wednesday, October 25.
As you may have seen on Knightly News the Inglewood Math Club has some exciting upcoming events. On October 25th will be the "Count" Dracula pumpkin decorating contest, please bring a small pumpkin and a math themed decoration idea for the Wednesday morning meeting that week. On November 14th there will be the annual AMC 8 competition held in the commons from 2:20-3:45, space is limited to the first 75 students who email Ms. McLeod at firstname.lastname@example.org We meet every Wednesday morning in Ms. McLeod's room 136 from 7-7:35.
Interested in creating the Inglewood yearbook? Yearbook Club meets every Tuesday from 2:15-3:15 in Mrs. Ramey's room, room 124.
Come join the Lego Robotics Club. We meet Tuesday afternoons in room 255 (Ms. Leinweber's room) from 2:15-4:00. Hope to see you there.
Navigating the New Parking Lot Layout Click HERE for video!
The capacity to drop-off and pick up students at Inglewood has been dramatically expanded. Some of the features of the new layout:
• Separate bus / automobile lanes – Increase on-time delivery of kids by both cars and buses
• 50% increase of “car queuing space” – Less traffic back-up onto NE 8th
• 500% increase in curb-side drop-off area – more efficient drop-off and better traffic flow
• A left hand through traffic lane – No more waiting behind a car that are slower at drop-off
• Less student/traffic interaction – increase in student safety.
We think that these changes will dramatically improve a driver’s experience when dropping their child off. You may want to drive the parking lot before the first day of school so that you are familiar with the changes that we made.
PLEASE DO NOT drop-off your child from the left-hand lane. This will cause your child to interact with cars and block traffic. Children leaving cars from the left hand lane will be taught the reasons not to do this. If a student continues exiting the vehicle from the left lane, the student could eventually face school discipline. This is a child safety issue.