Doe Diary

                   Doe Diary                  

November 2016

Doe Elementary Faculty and Staff are thankful for the great students and parents that we work with. We hope everyone has a blessed Thanksgiving holiday.

Important Dates:

Nov. 3rd CBM

Nov. 11th Midterms go home

Nov. 14th – 21st Benchmark Assessments for grades 3 – 6 check classroom newsletters for exact dates

Nov. 15th & 16th ACT Aspire test for 6th grade (this will be used to help determine Presidential Academic Award Receiptants this year)

Nov. 21st Kindergarten Family Literacy        Night at 5:30pm

Nov. 23rd –25th Thanksgiving Break!!! No School

Dec 6th Christmas Program 6:00pm

Dec. 5 – 8th Book Fair



Please keep in mind that we have a goal of 95% attendance for our school. This is the time of year that sickness begins to hit us hard. Please try to schedule appointments for after school. Remember early dismissals and tardies do count against your child’s attendance.

LEAPs Program

Please remember we will not have after school program on snow days or days that we have an early dismissal. This will include our days that we are scheduled to only attend ½ day.


Box Top Labels

We are still collecting box top for education food labels. Please cut them off of any boxes that you purchase and send them in to your child’s teacher. We received ten cents for every box top that we collect.


Doe Elementary Highlights

We want to congratulate the following students who have been chosen by their teachers to be highlighted in our frames in the front foyer:

PreK: Muhlayla Osborne

Kindergarten: Taylor Dillard

1st Grade:  Garrett Ward

2nd Grade:  Anna Potter

3rd Grade:  Anna Norris

4th Grade:   Allie Russom

5th Grade:   Austin Mounts

6th Grade:   Dalton Matherly


Helping Your Child

We know that each of you want your child to be academically successful. You can help your child be “the best they can be” by helping them with their homework nightly. Dedicate some time each night to helping with reading and math. Students should be reading every night for 15 – 20 minutes. They also need to be practicing math facts. This could be addition/subtraction in lower grades or time tables in 3rd – 6th. This will help your student be more academically successful. Also, be on the lookout for Snow Packets that your child’s teachers will send home for students to work on if we have a day out of school due to the weather. All grades will be sending a snow packet home.