Principals Message

Dear Superior Families,
 
Winter break, December 23 - January 10, will soon be here. It is hard for me to imagine the end of our first semester is coming soon! Teachers and students have been working hard. We at Superior want to extend  our best wishes as the holiday season approaches!
 
This is a wonderful time of year, but also very busy and so can be stressful. As the adults bustle around preparing for holiday excitement, children can also feel the stress and exhaustion brought on by this busyness. Please continue to support your child in his or her school success by ensuring a bedtime is maintained at a reasonable hour. Adequate sleep supports learning, brain development, concentration, and mood and so directly affects children's success at school!
 
As 2019 comes to an end, we expect bigger and better things second semester (2020). We will continue our focus on our whole school improvement model- LEADER IN ME! We want the 7 habits integrated in the very fabric of our school community. Please stay tuned for parent trainings as well.
 
Our school beautification day on November 16th was a wonderful experience. We had many volunteers; parents and students, who came out to help paint, decorate our fence, clean our auditorium chairs and tables, and rake leaves and plant flowers. Please see the list of volunteers who gave their time, effort and resources. A special shout out to Brian Levinson who donated paint and painted many of our poles like pencils! What a great job! As you know, Superior has existed for 60 years. In preparation for our 60th anniversary kick-off, Justin Ibarra (Mrs. Ibarra's son) used his drone to take a picture of the entire school as we formed the number 60! What excitement this brought both students and staff.
 
Remember, additional information contained in this newsletter serves as a valuable resource to keep you updated on important information relevant to teaching, learning, and enriching your child's school experience.
 
I wish you and your family a wonderful holiday season!
 
Sincerely,
-Mrs. Claudette Williamson, Principal
 
 
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