Category Archives: Dye Elementary

Volunteers Needed at Dye Elementary

The last few months of the school year hold many challenges for the teachers and staff responsible for all of the fun end-of-year activities we do! The color run, the track meet, field day; these are some of the special things our students will always remember.

We need help from our parents and grandparents!

There will be a sign up sheet in the office starting April 19th for anyone that has a few hours to help with one of the above mentioned days.

It could be as easy as handing out popsicles, helping to supervise a three-legged race, or just helping to tie a little ones shoes!

Please be a part of our extended Dye Family!

Dye Elementary Guest Readers

Dillon Students Make Gingerbread Cookies

Dillon Elementary students had a great night of making gingerbread cookies while reading stories on how to catch the gingerbread man.

Dye Elementary Newsletter

Showcase Music Concert and Art Show

Thursday, April 28th, 6:00pm

A select group of third, fourth and fifth graders at Dye Elementary have been invited to present our annual Showcase Concert.  The children will be sharing a variety of folk, patriotic and recorder songs at this concert.  The program will also feature songs that were written by the fifth grade classes this year in Music.  Students should arrive by 5:45 and meet in the Music Room (room 401). Students are asked to dress up for this event.

Ms. McGinnis will have some of the students art work on display, along with quilts that the students have been working on for the past 2 years. This should be a night to remember with beautiful art & song.  Come see the talent that our students have.

State and Federal Programs Parent Survey

Please take a few minutes to complete this quick survey.  Your thoughts and ideas are needed to help improve the programs at Dye Elementary!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/83D56PN

Please contact Mrs. Sargent if you would like a paper copy of this survey. 

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Dye Parent Club Meeting in Media Center @ 4:15pm on 5/5      

Student Council News

Student Council students will be collecting items for the Whaley Children’s Center through June 4th. The items they specifically asked for are:  white cloths, white towels and toys (no stuff animals please).

Attention Fifth Grade Parents

Looking ahead to next fall, make sure your student is up to date on their immunizations. Below are the requirements for Middle School students:

  • DTaP (Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis)
  • MCV4 (Meningococcal)
  • 2nd Varicella

 

School of Choice for Non-Residents

Carman-Ainsworth Community Schools will be accepting applications for Kindergarten – 5th grade through the Limited State Schools of Choice program for the 2016-2017 school year allowing a limited number of non-resident children to attend Carman-Ainsworth Schools beginning in the Fall of 2016.   

Click here to learn more.

Carman-Ainsworth Education Foundation Book Fair at Barnes & Noble

Barnes and Noble BookfairThe Carman-Ainsworth Education Foundation Book Fair at Barnes & Noble, will be Saturday, March 19th from 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.  It’s Batman vs. Superman theme day! If unable to attend, you can support the Foundation by using code 11792355 online at BN.com for purchases from 3/19/16 through 3/24/16. Click here to view a recommended book list.

 

Dye’s Title I Family Science Night

Dye Elementary’s Title I Program partnered with Sloan/Longway to provide a fun night of learning and exploration. Nearly 100 students and their families experimented with circuits, catapults, chemical reactions, engineering, animal coverings, habitats, and more. Every student left with their projects, a magnifying glass, and a free book to continue exploring at home.

The Title I staff would like to thank Longway/Sloan and their staff, the YouthQuest staff, Mr. Wolsker, and Mrs. Cales for helping to make this event a great success!

Kindergarten Round Up

Do you have a child who is eligible to attend kindergarten in the fall? If your child turns age 5 bySeptember 1, 2016 please plan to attend kindergarten registration at one of the following buildings. Check the flyer below for more details.

 

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Daddy/Daughter & Mother/Son Dance

The Rankin, Dillon, Dye and Randels 9th Annual Daddy/Daugher and Mother/Son Dance is right around the corner! Each dance has its difference dates, times and locations, so please click the flyers below for the correct information.

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United Methodist Provides Gifts To Dye Elementary

Hope United Methodist Church in Flint Township gave all of our Dye Elementary students a gift. Each child received a scarf, mittens and hat just in time for the colder weather. Starting in April the congregation of Hope United began knitting, crocheting and collecting sets for all 650 students. We are truly grateful for the community outreach.