i4Learning January Newsletter

NOTE FROM MR. DZIEDZIC - Can you believe it's almost 2016 already?!? It's hard to believe it's the end of December with the temperatures in the 40's recently.  We haven't had to send any reminders about snow pants, boots and warm winter gear yet. With the new year brings a great time to reflect on all the great things 2015 brought us.  A lot has changed at our school over the past year: we wrote and had a charter contract approved, we welcomed 21 new students (4K-5), we've hosted a Gallery Night, Showcase Event, and much more! The forecast for 2016 appears to be just as exciting.  We hope you have a wonderful holiday break with family & friends!  We'll see you next year ;-)

THE REDUCE, RE-USE, RE-CYCLE and Re-Gift Event @ i4L - Thank you i4L Student Government for the creativity and effort in organizing our first "Re-gift" event!  The smiles and excitement of the students during this event was priceless! Thank you also to the parent volunteers who came to help wrap the students' gifts.

THE GIVING TREE - Thank you to all the families that donated to the Giving Tree. Your generosity will brighten many families' Christmas mornings!

CHRISTMAS CONCERT - Thank you Ms. Dolezal, Mrs. Williams, Teachers & students for the wonderful Christmas Concert performances!  Thank you too to the parents, families & friends who came out to enjoy the performances, we hope you enjoyed the show!

REMINDER SCHOOL OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED - December 24th-December 31st.

MILK MONEY REMINDER - Second Semester Milk Money If you would like your student(s) to have milk during break for the second semester of school, $25 is due by January 15th. You can pay by cash, check (payable to i4Learning) or by using eFunds. If paying by cash or check, please send it in an envelope with your student(s) name on it to the office.


PTO NEWS - A big "Thank you" to our i4L families! Our Cookie & Wreath Sales went fantastic this year, thank you to all the elves that helped bake and organize! Our Holiday Book Fair was a success raising over $800 Scholastic Dollars to be used in the future.  In addition we were able to purchase $200 of books for our co-horts! Join Us at our next meeting January 19th @  6:00pm. Child care is provided - we would love to have you!

YEARBOOK - Order forms will be coming home in February. The cost will be $11.

Auditions for Missoula Children’s Theatre “Aladdin” will take place on Monday, January 11 from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. in the KHS Theatre. Permission slip and more info.

At the Movies with Jim Westphal - January 20 and 27 at 2:00 p.m. in the KHS Theatre Moraine Park Technical College is offering free ELL classes which start in January. Please see flyer for more information. English Version Spanish Version

Kewaskum Athletic Association (KAA) Registratio for ball, Rubberball, Slowpitc, Girls Fastpitch, Boys Hardball and Volleyball - Tuesday, January 26th   (6:00- 8:30 pm – Annex), Monday, February 1st (6:30- 8:00 pm – Annex). Please watch for registration forms.

1/4 7:00 PM Booster Club Meeting
1/8 6:00 - 9:00 KES PTO Family Movie Night "Home"; movie starts at 6:30
1/10 Spaghetti Dinner & A Show “The Footnotes” KHS Show Choir. The show will also feature performances by the KMS Show Choir the "Footnotes", and our all girls group "Noteworthy".
1/11 6:00 PM School Board Meeting
1/12 6:15 - 7:00 pm KES PTO meeting
1/15 5:30 PM Alumni/Community Pep Band
1/16 3:00 & 7:00 pm Missoula Children's Theatre performance of “Aladdin”
1/21 5:30 PM Financial Aid Presentation learn more
1/22 No School Professional Development Day
1/25 6:00 - 8:00 pm Fiesta Fun Night learn more
1/30 8:00-11:00 KHS Winter Formal
1/29 Child Development Day - The Kewaskum School District has a screening program to locate and screen all resident children with suspected disabilities. If you are a district resident and have a child aged 2 years, 9 months and older that you suspect may have a disability, please call Nancy at 262-626-8427 ext. 8012, to schedule a screening appointment.

Rachel Maas