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  • 13th-My Heart Rocks for 3rd Grade; Drama Practice @ 3:45pm
  • 14th-BCS Public Forum-Superintendent Search at the Ignite Institute
  • 15th-4H leadership 4th Grade Mtg 1 @ 1:15; 4H Leadership 5th Grade Mtg 1 @ 2:15pm
  • 16th-2nd Qtr Report Card Goes Home; Mann Ambassador Coat Drive Dropoff @ 4-5:30pm; Academic Team Match vs. Kelly (AWAY) @ 5:30pm
  • 17th-Mann Ambassador Mtg @ 7:45am; Club Day
  • 20th-NO SCHOOL...MLK DAY!
  • 21st-21 Day Challenge Begins Today (Day 1)
  • 22nd--21 Day Challenge Begins Today (Day 2)
  • 23rd-21 Day Challenge Begins Today (Day 3); Academic Match vs. Goodridge (HERE) @ 5:30pm
  • 24th-21 Day Challenge Begins Today (Day 4); School Spelling Bee @ 1:30pm
  • 25th-21 Day Challenge Begins Today (Day 5)
  • 26th-21 Day Challenge Begins Today (Day 6)
  • 27th-21 Day Challenge Begins Today (Day 7); Drama Practice @ 3:45pm; SBDM Mtg @ 5pm (Special Mtg)
  • 28th-21 Day Challenge Begins Today (Day 8)
  • 29th-21 Day Challenge Begins Today (Day 9); 4H Leadership 4th Grade Mtg 2 @ 1:15pm; 4H Leadership 5th Grade Mtg 2 @ 2:15pm
  • 30th-21 Day Challenge Begins Today (Day 10)
  • 31st--21 Day Challenge Begins Today (Day 11); Student Council Mtg @ 7:45am

Blue RibbonThe National Blue Ribbon Schools Program recognizes public and private elementary, middle, and high schools based on their overall academic excellence or their progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups.  The National Blue Ribbon School award affirms the hard work of students, educators, families, and communities in creating safe and welcoming schools where students master challenging content. The National Blue Ribbon School flag gracing an entry or flying overhead is a widely recognized symbol of exemplary teaching and learning. Mann Elementary became a National Blue Ribbon School in 2016.

CRIGGEROur Principal, Ms. Crigger, is the KASA 2018 School Administrator of the Year!  Way to go, Ms. Crigger! We are SO proud of you!





kindnesswavepicOur theme this year is The Kindness Wave – Start a Ripple Effect


sparkspotlight1-12-20This week's SPARK Spotlight is 4th Grader, Sloan Pabst. She was nominated by her teacher, Ms. Ruark. Ms. Ruark says, "This week's SPARK Spotlight is 4th Grader, Sloan Pabst. She was nominated by her teacher, Ms. Ruark. Ms. Ruark says, "SLONE PABST is POSITIVE, PASSIONATE, and has an ATTITUDE of GRATITUDE! She has a positive demeanor and always has a sweet smile on her face. She is the first to say I’ll do it!...I can help! What do you need!?!?! Not only is Sloane positive she is passionate about giving. She said she “LOVES” helping others. For example, she does volunteer work. When she knew she was going to be volunteering with her mother she just couldn’t wait and more recently the anticipation of going to Boonesprings was killing her. Making others feel good is a passion of hers. She LOVES surprising them with sweet messages, cards, and caring words. She is passionate about giving to everyone. Finally, SLOANE has an ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE. When it comes to recognizing even the small things matter she is a leader. She models for the class how to look at the bright side. Her attitude of gratitude is contagious! And this is why I nominate SLOANE PABST for the SPARK SPOTLIGHT!"