Announcements 3/18/19-3/22/19
March 18th, 2019

Elementary School

 

Reminder: When writing out food payments please
make sure you write your checks out to SDSF.

 

Spring Break

 

Monday, March 25th
Friday March 29th. School will resume on Monday, April 1st.

 

The Adventure Club (High School) is doing another Chili's fundraiser but
this time it is for the entire week. From March 17-23 if you bring in a voucher
to Chili's the Adventure Club will get 15% of your total bill. We thank you for
your support as we will be adventuring on a kayak trip in the Apostle Islands.
Please check out the social media pages or the office for vouchers.

 

Health Tips

 

Family
meals around the table provide an opportunity to spend time together. Listed
below are some tips to help enjoy mealtimes together.

·  Plan your meals (start with a few days in
advance)

·  Have ingredients ready and on hand

·  Make mealtime a priority

·  Try to cook, eat and clean up together as a
family.

·  Keep the family table a media free and stress
free zone. "unplug" and focus on each other.

That’s My Pan! (PTO Fundraiser)

All
orders are due April 10. Please feel
free to stop in the school office to view these great products and grab an order
form to support our school! Thanks in advance!

The Sheboygan Falls YMCA
Child Care Program, Sheboygan Falls Elementary School, and Daisy Troop #8622
are asking you to PULL TOGETHER and donate your pop tabs! By donating

your pop tabs, you are
helping to provide “a home away from home” for families who are staying at the
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Wisconsin in Milwaukee. Collection

will start Friday,
February 1, 2019 and will end Friday, March 22, 2019, please donate!

 

Any questions, please
contact Megan Kautzer at

mkautzer@sheboygancountyymca.org or at (920) 467-2464.

Announcements 3/11/19-3/15/19
March 11th, 2019

Elementary School

 

Reminder: When writing out food payments please
make sure you write your checks out to SDSF.

 

Spring Break

 

Monday, March 25th – Friday
March 29th. School will resume on Monday, April 1st.

 

Health Tips

 

Family
meals around the table provide an opportunity to spend time together. Listed
below are some tips to help enjoy mealtimes together.

·  Plan your meals (start with a few days in
advance)

·  Have ingredients ready and on hand

·  Make mealtime a priority

·  Try to cook, eat and clean up together as a
family.

·  Keep the family table a media free and stress
free zone. "unplug" and focus on each other.


That’s My Pan! (PTO Fundraiser)

All
orders are due April 10. Please feel
free to stop in the school office to view these great products and grab an
order form to support our school! Thanks in advance!


The Sheboygan Falls YMCA
Child Care Program, Sheboygan Falls Elementary School, and Daisy Troop #8622
are asking you to PULL TOGETHER and donate your pop tabs! By donating

your pop tabs, you are
helping to provide “a home away from home” for families who are staying at the
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Wisconsin in Milwaukee. Collection

will start Friday,
February 1, 2019 and will end Friday, March 22, 2019, please donate!

 

Any questions, please
contact Megan Kautzer at

mkautzer@sheboygancountyymca.org or at (920) 467-2464.

 

 

 

 

Announcements 3/4/19-3/8/19
March 4th, 2019





Elementary School

 

Reminder: When writing out food payments please
make sure you write your checks out to SDSF.

 

Help for the Homeless Drive

 

Sheboygan Falls
Elementary is a drop off site for the Help for the Homeless Hygiene Drive.
Please consider donating personal hygiene items like cleaning supplies,
diaper/baby care, bathroom tissue, feminine hygiene products, hair care,
deodorant, dental care, body lotion, laundry detergent, trash bags, paper
towels and soap. There will be a collection box in front of the office until
March 10th. 

 

Health Tips

 

It is estimated that 51
million school hours are lost each year due to oral health issues. Oral Health
concerns are the most common chronic disease in school aged children.
Discomfort and self consciousness caused by oral health disease interferes with
the students ability to learn. Everyone should see their dentist 1-2 times per
year. Please contact your nurses if you need help obtaining dental care. Did
you know that your students can have their teeth checked while here at school
through Lakeshore Dental. They are scheduled to visit our school district the
week of 2/25/19. Call your nurses for details!

 

 

The Sheboygan Falls YMCA
Child Care Program, Sheboygan Falls Elementary School, and Daisy Troop #8622
are asking you to PULL TOGETHER and donate your pop tabs! By donating 
your pop tabs, you are
helping to provide “a home away from home” for families who are staying at the
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Wisconsin in  Milwaukee. Collection 
will start Friday,
February 1, 2019 and will end Friday, March 22, 2019, please donate!

 

Any questions, please
contact Megan Kautzer at

mkautzer@sheboygancountyymca.org or at (920) 467-2464.

 

 

 

Announcements 2/25/19-3/1/19
February 25th, 2019





Elementary School

 

Reminder: When writing out food payments please
make sure you write your checks out to SDSF.

 

Help for the Homeless Drive

 

Sheboygan Falls
Elementary is a drop off site for the Help for the Homeless Hygeine Drive.
Please consider donating personal hygeine items like cleaning supplies,
diaper/baby care, bathroom tissue, feminine hygiene products, hair care,
deodorant, dental care, body lotion, laundry detergent, trash bags, paper
towels and soap. There will be a collection box in front of the office until March
10th. 

 

Health Tips

 

It is estimated that 51
million school hours are lost each year due to oral health issues. Oral Health
concerns are the most common chronic disease in school aged children.
Discomfort and self consciousness caused by oral health disease interferes with
the students ability to learn. Everyone should see their dentist 1-2 times per
year. Please contact your nurses if you need help obtaining dental care. Did
you know that your students can have their teeth checked while here at school
through Lakeshore Dental. They are scheduled to visit our school district the
week of 2/25/19. Call your nurses for details!

 

 

The Sheboygan Falls YMCA
Child Care Program, Sheboygan Falls Elementary School, and Daisy Troop #8622
are asking you to PULL TOGETHER and donate your pop tabs! By donating 
your pop tabs, you are
helping to provide “a home away from home” for families who are staying at the
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Wisconsin in Milwaukee. Collection 
will start Friday,
February 1, 2019 and will end Friday, March 22, 2019, please donate!

 

Any questions, please
contact Megan Kautzer at

mkautzer@sheboygancountyymca.org or at (920) 467-2464.

 

 

 

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SHEBOYGAN FALLS

220
AMHERST AVENUE

SHEBOYGAN FALLS,
WISCONSIN 
53085-1799

NEWS RELEASE

CLOSING OF SCHOOLS DUE TO INCLEMENT
WEATHER

As winter approaches, it is again
time to make plans for possible school closings due to inclement weather.  The procedures that have been followed by the
School District of Sheboygan Falls over the past several years will be followed
again this year.

 

This means that any decision to
close schools for all or any portion of a school day will be made as early as
possible in order to afford parents the opportunity to make alternate child
care or transportation plans.  All
closing announcements or early dismissals will be made on the school web
page: 
www.sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us,
an automated school message, and on the following area radio
stations:

 

WTMJ 620 AM                        KTI  94.5 FM                  WMIL 106.1 FM

WRNW 97.3 FM                      WISN 1130 AM              WLKN
98.1 FM

WOKY 920 AM                       WRIT 95.7 FM                WXER 104.5 & 96.1 FM

WHBL 1330 AM                      WHBZ 106.5 FM           
WJUB 1420 AM

             WBFM 93.7 FM                       WSTM 91.3 FM             

 

We are also announcing school
closings on the following television stations:

 

TODAY’S
TMJ4

WFRV
Local 5 News

WISN
TV (Weather Watch 12) and the internet at WISN.com

WITI
(FOX 6 Storm Center)

 

The school
district, radio stations and television stations ask that NO individual
phone calls
for information be made. 
With the cooperation of everyone, the information can be relayed
via the above sources, allowing everyone to be informed as quickly as possible.

 

Announcements 2/18/19-2/21/19
February 18th, 2019





Elementary School

 

Reminder: When writing out food payments please
make sure you write your checks out to SDSF.

 

4K Open House

 

Children who are four years of age, on or before September
1, 2019, are eligible to attend. Please join us on Tuesday, February 19 from 5:00-6:30pm for our Open House.

 

5:00pm – 4K Presentation in Cafeteria

·        
Introduction of our staff

·        
Information about our 4K program

 

5:20pm-6:30pm cafeteria style dinner with hamburgers, smiley
fries and all the fixings

·        
Tours of our 4K classroom area
offered during this time

 

YMCA Onsite Daycare will be open during the open house
giving you an opportunity to meet the staff and visit their classroom.

 

Winter Song Fest

 

Our 2nd
and 4th grade Winter
Songfest is fast approaching! It will be on Wednesday, February 20th
starting at 11:00 am at the High School
Auditorium
. Students are encouraged to dress nicely for this program.

 

There will be no school for students on Friday, February 22nd.
 

 

Help for the Homeless Drive

 

Sheboygan Falls
Elementary is a drop off site for the Help for the Homeless Hygeine Drive.
Please consider donating personal hygeine items like cleaning supplies,
diaper/baby care, bathroom tissue, feminine hygiene products, hair care,
deodorant, dental care, body lotion, laundry detergent, trash bags, paper
towels and soap. There will be a collection box in front of the office until
March 10th. 

 

Health Tips

 

It is estimated that 51
million school hours are lost each year due to oral health issues. Oral Health
concerns are the most common chronic disease in school aged children.
Discomfort and self consciousness caused by oral health disease interferes with
the students ability to learn. Everyone should see their dentist 1-2 times per
year. Please contact your nurses if you need help obtaining dental care. Did
you know that your students can have their teeth checked while here at school
through Lakeshore Dental. They are scheduled to visit our school district the
week of 2/25/19. Call your nurses for details!

 

 

The Sheboygan Falls YMCA
Child Care Program, Sheboygan Falls Elementary School, and Daisy Troop #8622
are asking you to PULL TOGETHER and donate your pop tabs! By donating

your pop tabs, you are
helping to provide “a home away from home” for families who are staying at the
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Wisconsin in Milwaukee. Collection

will start Friday,
February 1, 2019 and will end Friday, March 22, 2019, please donate!

 

Any questions, please
contact Megan Kautzer at

mkautzer@sheboygancountyymca.org or at (920) 467-2464.

 

 

 

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SHEBOYGAN FALLS

220
AMHERST AVENUE

SHEBOYGAN FALLS,
WISCONSIN 
53085-1799

NEWS RELEASE

CLOSING OF SCHOOLS DUE TO INCLEMENT
WEATHER

As winter approaches, it is again
time to make plans for possible school closings due to inclement weather.  The procedures that have been followed by the
School District of Sheboygan Falls over the past several years will be followed
again this year.

 

This means that any decision to
close schools for all or any portion of a school day will be made as early as
possible in order to afford parents the opportunity to make alternate child
care or transportation plans.  All
closing announcements or early dismissals will be made on the school web
page: 
www.sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us,
an automated school message, and on the following area radio
stations:

 

WTMJ 620 AM                        KTI  94.5 FM                  WMIL 106.1 FM

WRNW 97.3 FM                      WISN 1130 AM              WLKN
98.1 FM

WOKY 920 AM                       WRIT 95.7 FM                WXER 104.5 & 96.1 FM

WHBL 1330 AM                      WHBZ 106.5 FM           
WJUB 1420 AM

             WBFM 93.7 FM                       WSTM 91.3 FM             

 

We are also announcing school
closings on the following television stations:

 

TODAY’S
TMJ4

WFRV
Local 5 News

WISN
TV (Weather Watch 12) and the internet at WISN.com

WITI
(FOX 6 Storm Center)

 

The school
district, radio stations and television stations ask that NO individual
phone calls
for information be made. 
With the cooperation of everyone, the information can be relayed
via the above sources, allowing everyone to be informed as quickly as possible.

Announcements 2/11/19-2/15/19
February 11th, 2019





Elementary School

 

Reminder: When writing out food payments please
make sure you write your checks out to SDSF.

 

4K Open House

 

Children who are four years of age, on or before September
1, 2019, are eligible to attend. Please join us on Tuesday, February 12 from
5:00-6:30pm for our Open House.

 

5:00pm – 4K Presentation in Cafeteria

·        
Introduction of our staff

·        
Information about our 4K program

 

5:20pm-6:30pm cafeteria style dinner with hamburgers, smiley
fries and all the fixings

·        
Tours of our 4K classroom area
offered during this time

 

YMCA Onsite Daycare will be open during the open house
giving you an opportunity to meet the staff and visit their classroom.

 

Winter Song Fest

 

Our 2nd
and 4th grade Winter
Songfest is fast approaching! It will be on Wednesday, February 20th
starting at 11:00 am at the High School
Auditorium
. Students are encouraged to dress nicely for this program.

 

There will be no school for students on Friday, February 22nd.
 

 

 

Health Tips

 

Frost Bite Prevention tips from your nurses!

·       
Limit time you're
outdoors in cold, wet or windy weather.
 Pay
attention to weather forecasts and wind chill readings. In very cold, windy
weather, exposed skin can develop frostbite in a matter of minutes.

·       
Dress in several
layers of loose, warm clothing.
 Air trapped
between the layers of clothing acts as insulation against the cold. Wear
windproof and waterproof outer garments to protect against wind, snow and rain.
Choose undergarments that wick moisture away from your skin. Change out of wet
clothing — particularly gloves, hats and socks — as soon as possible.

·       
Wear a hat or headband
that fully covers your ears.
 Heavy woolen or
windproof materials make the best headwear for cold protection.

·       
Wear mittens rather
than gloves.
 Mittens provide better protection. Or
try a thin pair of glove liners made of a wicking material (such as
polypropylene) under a pair of heavier gloves or mittens.

·       
Wear socks and sock
liners that fit well, wick moisture and provide insulation.
You might also try hand and foot warmers. Be sure the foot
warmers don't make your boots too tight, restricting blood flow.

·       
Watch for signs of
frostbite.
 Early signs of frostbite include red or
pale skin, prickling, and numbness. Seek warm shelter if you notice signs of
frostbite.

·       
Plan to protect
yourself.
 When traveling in cold weather, carry
emergency supplies and warm clothing in case you become stranded. If you'll be
in remote territory, tell others your route and expected return date.

·       
Eat well-balanced
meals and stay hydrated.
 Doing this even
before you go out in the cold will help you stay warm.

·       
Keep moving. Exercise can get the blood flowing and help you stay warm.

 

Jump Rope for Heart

 

Your child has recently
brought home a Jump Rope for Heart donation envelope. Each year our Elementary
School raises funds for the American Heart Association.  The students will
jump rope as part of their Phy-Ed class. Any donations are due on February
16th and checks can be written out to the American Heart Association.  If
you have any questions regarding this, please contact Mr. Johnson
directly. 

 

The Sheboygan Falls YMCA
Child Care Program, Sheboygan Falls Elementary School, and Daisy Troop #8622
are asking you to PULL TOGETHER and donate your pop tabs! By donating

your pop tabs, you are
helping to provide “a home away from home” for families who are staying at the
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Wisconsin in Milwaukee. Collection

will start Friday, February
1, 2019 and will end Friday, March 22, 2019, please donate!

 

Any questions, please
contact Megan Kautzer at

mkautzer@sheboygancountyymca.org or at (920) 467-2464.

 

 

 

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SHEBOYGAN FALLS

220
AMHERST AVENUE

SHEBOYGAN FALLS,
WISCONSIN 
53085-1799

NEWS RELEASE

CLOSING OF SCHOOLS DUE TO INCLEMENT
WEATHER

As winter approaches, it is again
time to make plans for possible school closings due to inclement weather.  The procedures that have been followed by the
School District of Sheboygan Falls over the past several years will be followed
again this year.

 

This means that any decision to
close schools for all or any portion of a school day will be made as early as
possible in order to afford parents the opportunity to make alternate child
care or transportation plans.  All
closing announcements or early dismissals will be made on the school web page: 
www.sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us,
an automated school message, and on the following area radio
stations:

 

WTMJ 620 AM                        KTI  94.5 FM                  WMIL 106.1 FM

WRNW 97.3 FM                      WISN 1130 AM              WLKN
98.1 FM

WOKY 920 AM                       WRIT 95.7 FM                WXER 104.5 & 96.1 FM

WHBL 1330 AM                      WHBZ 106.5 FM           
WJUB 1420 AM

             WBFM 93.7 FM                       WSTM 91.3 FM             

 

We are also announcing school
closings on the following television stations:

 

TODAY’S
TMJ4

WFRV
Local 5 News

WISN
TV (Weather Watch 12) and the internet at WISN.com

WITI
(FOX 6 Storm Center)

 

The school
district, radio stations and television stations ask that NO individual
phone calls
for information be made. 
With the cooperation of everyone, the information can be relayed
via the above sources, allowing everyone to be informed as quickly as possible.

 

Announcements 2/4/19-2/8/19
February 4th, 2019





Elementary School

 

Reminder: When writing out food payments please
make sure you write your checks out to SDSF.

 

4K Open House

 

Children who are four years of age, on or before September
1, 2019, are eligible to attend. Please join us on Tuesday, February 12 from
5:00-6:30pm for our Open House.

 

5:00pm – 4K Presentation in Cafeteria

·        
Introduction of our staff

·        
Information about our 4K program

 

5:20pm-6:30pm cafeteria style dinner with hamburgers, smiley
fries and all the fixings

·        
Tours of our 4K classroom area
offered during this time

 

YMCA Onsite Daycare will be open during the open house
giving you an opportunity to meet their staff and visit their classroom.

 

**Please call 467-7820 by February 6 with your dinner RSVP

 

Winter Song Fest

 

Our 2nd
and 4th grade Winter
Songfest is fast approaching! It will be on Wednesday, February 20th
starting at 11:00 am at the High School
Auditorium
. Students are encouraged to dress nicely for this program.

 

There will be no school for students on Friday, February 22nd.
 

 

 

Health Tips

 

Frost Bite Prevention tips from your nurses!

·       
Limit time you're
outdoors in cold, wet or windy weather.
 Pay
attention to weather forecasts and wind chill readings. In very cold, windy
weather, exposed skin can develop frostbite in a matter of minutes.

·       
Dress in several
layers of loose, warm clothing.
 Air trapped
between the layers of clothing acts as insulation against the cold. Wear
windproof and waterproof outer garments to protect against wind, snow and rain.
Choose undergarments that wick moisture away from your skin. Change out of wet
clothing — particularly gloves, hats and socks — as soon as possible.

·       
Wear a hat or headband
that fully covers your ears.
 Heavy woolen or
windproof materials make the best headwear for cold protection.

·       
Wear mittens rather
than gloves.
 Mittens provide better protection. Or
try a thin pair of glove liners made of a wicking material (such as polypropylene)
under a pair of heavier gloves or mittens.

·       
Wear socks and sock
liners that fit well, wick moisture and provide insulation.
You might also try hand and foot warmers. Be sure the foot
warmers don't make your boots too tight, restricting blood flow.

·       
Watch for signs of
frostbite.
 Early signs of frostbite include red or
pale skin, prickling, and numbness. Seek warm shelter if you notice signs of
frostbite.

·       
Plan to protect
yourself.
 When traveling in cold weather, carry
emergency supplies and warm clothing in case you become stranded. If you'll be
in remote territory, tell others your route and expected return date.

·       
Eat well-balanced
meals and stay hydrated.
 Doing this even
before you go out in the cold will help you stay warm.

·       
Keep moving. Exercise can get the blood flowing and help you stay warm.

 

Jump Rope for Heart

 

Your child has
recently brought home a Jump Rope for Heart donation envelope. Each year our
Elementary School raises funds for the American Heart Association.  The
students will jump rope as part of their Phy-Ed class. Any donations are
due on February 16th and checks can be written out to the American Heart
Association.  If you have any questions regarding this, please contact Mr.
Johnson directly. 

 

The Sheboygan Falls YMCA
Child Care Program, Sheboygan Falls Elementary School, and Daisy Troop #8622
are asking you to PULL TOGETHER and donate your pop tabs! By donating

your pop tabs, you are
helping to provide “a home away from home” for families who are staying at the
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Wisconsin in Milwaukee. Collection

will start Friday,
February 1, 2019 and will end Friday, March 22, 2019, please donate!

 

Any questions, please
contact Megan Kautzer at

mkautzer@sheboygancountyymca.org or at (920) 467-2464.

 

 

 

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SHEBOYGAN FALLS

220
AMHERST AVENUE

SHEBOYGAN FALLS,
WISCONSIN 
53085-1799

NEWS RELEASE

CLOSING OF SCHOOLS DUE TO INCLEMENT
WEATHER

As winter approaches, it is again
time to make plans for possible school closings due to inclement weather.  The procedures that have been followed by the
School District of Sheboygan Falls over the past several years will be followed
again this year.

 

This means that any decision to
close schools for all or any portion of a school day will be made as early as
possible in order to afford parents the opportunity to make alternate child
care or transportation plans.  All
closing announcements or early dismissals will be made on the school web
page: 
www.sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us,
an automated school message, and on the following area radio
stations:

 

WTMJ 620 AM                        KTI  94.5 FM                  WMIL 106.1 FM

WRNW 97.3 FM                      WISN 1130 AM              WLKN
98.1 FM

WOKY 920 AM                       WRIT 95.7 FM                WXER 104.5 & 96.1 FM

WHBL 1330 AM                      WHBZ 106.5 FM           
WJUB 1420 AM

             WBFM 93.7 FM                       WSTM 91.3 FM             

 

We are also announcing school
closings on the following television stations:

 

TODAY’S
TMJ4

WFRV
Local 5 News

WISN
TV (Weather Watch 12) and the internet at WISN.com

WITI
(FOX 6 Storm Center)

 

The school
district, radio stations and television stations ask that NO individual
phone calls
for information be made. 
With the cooperation of everyone, the information can be relayed
via the above sources, allowing everyone to be informed as quickly as possible.

Announcements 1/28/19-2/1/19
January 29th, 2019





Elementary School

 

Reminder: When writing out food payments please
make sure you write your checks out to SDSF.

 

Health Tips

 

Frost Bite Prevention tips from your nurses!

·       
Limit time you're
outdoors in cold, wet or windy weather.
 Pay
attention to weather forecasts and wind chill readings. In very cold, windy
weather, exposed skin can develop frostbite in a matter of minutes.

·       
Dress in several
layers of loose, warm clothing.
 Air trapped
between the layers of clothing acts as insulation against the cold. Wear
windproof and waterproof outer garments to protect against wind, snow and rain.
Choose undergarments that wick moisture away from your skin. Change out of wet
clothing — particularly gloves, hats and socks — as soon as possible.

·       
Wear a hat or headband
that fully covers your ears.
 Heavy woolen or
windproof materials make the best headwear for cold protection.

·       
Wear mittens rather
than gloves.
 Mittens provide better protection. Or
try a thin pair of glove liners made of a wicking material (such as
polypropylene) under a pair of heavier gloves or mittens.

·       
Wear socks and sock
liners that fit well, wick moisture and provide insulation.
You might also try hand and foot warmers. Be sure the foot
warmers don't make your boots too tight, restricting blood flow.

·       
Watch for signs of
frostbite.
 Early signs of frostbite include red or
pale skin, prickling, and numbness. Seek warm shelter if you notice signs of
frostbite.

·       
Plan to protect
yourself.
 When traveling in cold weather, carry
emergency supplies and warm clothing in case you become stranded. If you'll be
in remote territory, tell others your route and expected return date.

·       
Eat well-balanced
meals and stay hydrated.
 Doing this even
before you go out in the cold will help you stay warm.

·       
Keep moving. Exercise can get the blood flowing and help you stay warm.

 

Jump Rope for Heart

 

Your child has
recently brought home a Jump Rope for Heart donation envelope. Each year our
Elementary School raises funds for the American Heart Association.  The
students will jump rope as part of their Phy-Ed class. Any donations are
due on February 16th and checks can be written out to the American Heart
Association.  If you have any questions regarding this, please contact Mr.
Johnson directly. 

 

Winter Box Tops Contest

 

It’s the most wonderful
time of the year! It’s also time to begin collecting Box Tops for our winter
contest. Last year we earned over $1000 for our school. That money goes
directly to help your students have a successful and enjoyable school
experience. The winners of this contest will receive a class pizza party! Each
grade level will have one winning class.

 

Here’s what you need to
know:

 

·        
Collect box tops in a
bag or envelope

·        
Write your student’s
name and teacher’s name on the envelope. 4K, please add whether you are AM or
PM

·        
Send them to school with
your student or drop them off in the Elementary School Office

·        
Box Tops must not be
expired (yes, they do expire!) and be whole, they must have the expiration date
and code visible in order for them to count

·        
Due date for this
contest is February, 1st

·        
Winners will be
announced in February and pizza party date will be determined in conjunction
with winning classroom teachers

 

 

 

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SHEBOYGAN FALLS

220
AMHERST AVENUE

SHEBOYGAN FALLS,
WISCONSIN 
53085-1799

NEWS RELEASE

CLOSING OF SCHOOLS DUE TO INCLEMENT
WEATHER

As winter approaches, it is again
time to make plans for possible school closings due to inclement weather.  The procedures that have been followed by the
School District of Sheboygan Falls over the past several years will be followed
again this year.

 

This means that any decision to
close schools for all or any portion of a school day will be made as early as
possible in order to afford parents the opportunity to make alternate child
care or transportation plans.  All
closing announcements or early dismissals will be made on the school web
page: 
www.sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us,
an automated school message, and on the following area radio
stations:

 

WTMJ 620 AM                        KTI  94.5 FM                  WMIL 106.1 FM

WRNW 97.3 FM                      WISN 1130 AM              WLKN
98.1 FM

WOKY 920 AM                       WRIT 95.7 FM                WXER 104.5 & 96.1 FM

WHBL 1330 AM                      WHBZ 106.5 FM           
WJUB 1420 AM

             WBFM 93.7 FM                       WSTM 91.3 FM             

 

We are also announcing school
closings on the following television stations:

 

TODAY’S
TMJ4

WFRV
Local 5 News

WISN
TV (Weather Watch 12) and the internet at WISN.com

WITI
(FOX 6 Storm Center)

 

The school
district, radio stations and television stations ask that NO individual
phone calls
for information be made. 
With the cooperation of everyone, the information can be relayed
via the above sources, allowing everyone to be informed as quickly as possible.

 

Announcements 1/21/19-1/25/19
January 21st, 2019





Elementary School

 

Reminder: When writing out food payments please
make sure you write your checks out to SDSF.

Health Tips

 

Good habits=Better Health

·  You can develop better habits by eating more fruits and
vegetables and removing junk food and sugary drinks from your
kitchen.  

·  Sleeping more improves your life and reduces your risk of
illness and injury.

·  Think positive.

·  Exercise daily. This can bring more energy, better moods, and
improved sleep. 

 To stay well,
live well!

 

Winter Box Tops Contest

 

It’s the most wonderful
time of the year! It’s also time to begin collecting Box Tops for our winter
contest. Last year we earned over $1000 for our school. That money goes
directly to help your students have a successful and enjoyable school
experience. The winners of this contest will receive a class pizza party! Each
grade level will have one winning class.

 

Here’s what you need to
know:

 

·        
Collect box tops in a
bag or envelope

·        
Write your student’s
name and teacher’s name on the envelope. 4K, please add whether you are AM or
PM

·        
Send them to school with
your student or drop them off in the Elementary School Office

·        
Box Tops must not be
expired (yes, they do expire!) and be whole, they must have the expiration date
and code visible in order for them to count

·        
Due date for this
contest is February, 1st

·        
Winners will be
announced in February and pizza party date will be determined in conjunction
with winning classroom teachers

 

 

 

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SHEBOYGAN FALLS

220
AMHERST AVENUE

SHEBOYGAN FALLS,
WISCONSIN 
53085-1799

NEWS RELEASE

CLOSING OF SCHOOLS DUE TO INCLEMENT
WEATHER

As winter approaches, it is again
time to make plans for possible school closings due to inclement weather.  The procedures that have been followed by the
School District of Sheboygan Falls over the past several years will be followed
again this year.

 

This means that any decision to
close schools for all or any portion of a school day will be made as early as
possible in order to afford parents the opportunity to make alternate child
care or transportation plans.  All
closing announcements or early dismissals will be made on the school web
page: 
www.sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us,
an automated school message, and on the following area radio
stations:

 

WTMJ 620 AM                        KTI  94.5 FM                  WMIL 106.1 FM

WRNW 97.3 FM                      WISN 1130 AM              WLKN
98.1 FM

WOKY 920 AM                       WRIT 95.7 FM                WXER 104.5 & 96.1 FM

WHBL 1330 AM                      WHBZ 106.5 FM           
WJUB 1420 AM

             WBFM 93.7 FM                       WSTM 91.3 FM             

 

We are also announcing school
closings on the following television stations:

 

TODAY’S
TMJ4

WFRV
Local 5 News

WISN
TV (Weather Watch 12) and the internet at WISN.com

WITI
(FOX 6 Storm Center)

 

The school
district, radio stations and television stations ask that NO individual
phone calls
for information be made. 
With the cooperation of everyone, the information can be relayed
via the above sources, allowing everyone to be informed as quickly as possible.

 

 
Announcements 1/14/19-1/18/19
January 14th, 2019





Elementary School

 

Reminder: When writing out food payments please
make sure you write your checks out to SDSF.

 

Health Tips

 

Welcome back Falcon
Families! We hope that you had a wonderful break, full of friends and family.
We want to extend our best wishes for the New Year and remind you to “Once a
week, take a peek.” Sometimes together time over the break may include sharing
annoying critters, a.k.a. lice. It is common and is easier to treat when found
earlier. Please read our lice prevention tips and feel free to contact us if
you have any questions or concerns.

 

Food allergies are a
growing food safety and public health concern that affect an estimated 4%–6% of
children in the United States. There is no cure for food allergies and
reactions can be life threatening. However, since it is not always easy or
possible to avoid certain foods, we have a trained medical response team in
each building to respond and take action. Early and quick recognition and
treatment can prevent serious health problems or death.

 

 

Winter Box Tops Contest

 

It’s the most wonderful
time of the year! It’s also time to begin collecting Box Tops for our winter
contest. Last year we earned over $1000 for our school. That money goes
directly to help your students have a successful and enjoyable school
experience. The winners of this contest will receive a class pizza party! Each
grade level will have one winning class.

 

Here’s what you need to
know:

 

·        
Collect box tops in a
bag or envelope

·        
Write your student’s
name and teacher’s name on the envelope. 4K, please add whether you are AM or
PM

·        
Send them to school with
your student or drop them off in the Elementary School Office

·        
Box Tops must not be
expired (yes, they do expire!) and be whole, they must have the expiration date
and code visible in order for them to count

·        
Due date for this
contest is February, 1st

·        
Winners will be
announced in February and pizza party date will be determined in conjunction
with winning classroom teachers

 

 

 

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SHEBOYGAN FALLS

220
AMHERST AVENUE

SHEBOYGAN FALLS,
WISCONSIN 
53085-1799

NEWS RELEASE

CLOSING OF SCHOOLS DUE TO INCLEMENT
WEATHER

As winter approaches, it is again
time to make plans for possible school closings due to inclement weather.  The procedures that have been followed by the
School District of Sheboygan Falls over the past several years will be followed
again this year.

 

This means that any decision to
close schools for all or any portion of a school day will be made as early as
possible in order to afford parents the opportunity to make alternate child
care or transportation plans.  All
closing announcements or early dismissals will be made on the school web
page: 
www.sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us,
an automated school message, and on the following area radio
stations:

 

WTMJ 620 AM                        KTI  94.5 FM                  WMIL 106.1 FM

WRNW 97.3 FM                      WISN 1130 AM              WLKN
98.1 FM

WOKY 920 AM                       WRIT 95.7 FM                WXER 104.5 & 96.1 FM

WHBL 1330 AM                      WHBZ 106.5 FM           
WJUB 1420 AM

             WBFM 93.7 FM                       WSTM 91.3 FM             

 

We are also announcing school
closings on the following television stations:

 

TODAY’S
TMJ4

WFRV
Local 5 News

WISN
TV (Weather Watch 12) and the internet at WISN.com

WITI
(FOX 6 Storm Center)

 

The school
district, radio stations and television stations ask that NO individual
phone calls
for information be made. 
With the cooperation of everyone, the information can be relayed
via the above sources, allowing everyone to be informed as quickly as possible.