The Mohave County Library sends out their library-on-wheels to give our students the chance to check out books of all kinds from all subjects. Students can also make special requests so that the Bookmobile can bring out specific books for them, either by title or by subject/genre. After the students have taken their opportunity to browse the Bookmobile, it becomes open to the public so anyone can check out books/DVDs with their library card without having to make a trip to Kingman.
Students and their families are encouraged to join us for our Back to School Night. We will be meeting in the gymnasium for a quick informational brief before students and their families can visit their new classrooms and meet with their teachers. This is the perfect opportunity to help make sure you’re prepared for the school year to come!
To celebrate the end of another great year, we are making our annual trip up to the Hualapai Mountains. Students are welcome to engage in games and sports throughout the recreation area, go on hikes with different members of our staff, and enjoy the nature that the mountains have to offer. Lunch will be provided. Family members are welcome to come out and have fun with us.
We will not be in school this Monday in observance of Presidents’ Day. The third Monday in February is used to honor our first president, George Washington, and each person that has taken the position following him. Some of our greatest presidents include Abraham Lincoln, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson, Harry S. Truman, and Dwight D. Eisenhower.
We will not be in school today in observance of MLK Day. Dr. King was a very influential figure in the Civil Rights Movement of the 50’s and 60’s, fighting for justice and equality. You can remember him today by reading or listening to one of his famous speeches, or reading about his efforts and activism.
Enjoy two weeks off to celebrate Christmas and New Year’s with your friends and family. Hopefully we’ve all done our best to be on Santa’s Nice List for the year! Have fun and be safe as you bring in the new year, and may we all walk into 2019 with our best feet forward. We will return to school on Monday morning, January 7th.