Communication is essential for bulding school-family partnerships. One of the main reaons for providing the Elementary Newsletter each week is to inform families of news around the school and information on upcoming events. The elementary is going to continue all the ways of communication we have always done, but we are also going to offer families another app. Remind is a free text messaging app that helps teachers, . . .
Important Parent Notification Regarding “Sexting” Please be aware that an area school is currently investigating multiple reports of “sexting” (sending nude or semi-nude photos to other individuals using cell phones or other electronic devices). This specific situation involved students ranging in age from 14 to 18 years old. The creation of, sending of, and/or the possession of nude or . . .
Eclipse Thayer Central students participated in a variety of activities to celebrate the eclipse of 2017. While there had been a partial eclipse in the late 70’s, the last total eclipse in Nebraska had been in 1954. Students were taught the sequence of the eclipse from first contact (glasses on), Bailey’s Beads, Diamond to Totality (glasses off) . Totality lasted 1 minute and 38 . . .
Learning How to Fold an American Flag The 5 th grade class learned how to fold the American flag during class this last week. Miss Wiedel picked out some videos that showed the proper way to fold a flag and the class then practiced folding on several flags that she brought to school. We learned that the smaller flags are actually harder to fold then the bigger flags. We also learned that the . . .
In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in September, Thayer Central is proud to host a Gold Out Night for the September 22 home football game. Wear your Gold to help raise awareness for childhood cancer and to cheer on our Titans. Gold "Tackle Childhood Cancer" T-shirts are available to purchase with the proceeds going to a local charity Sammy's Superheroes out of . . .
Thayer Central Elementary “TOTALLY” Experiences the Eclipse Thayer Central Elementary students and staff were able to “TOTALLY” experience the once in a lifetime solar eclipse on Monday, August 21 st . Students took part in many pre-eclipse activities coordinated by Mr. Clint Havel, upper level science teacher at the school. First and foremost, students were informed on the importance of the safety . . .
Child Find notice Pursuant to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Thayer Central Community Schools has a duty to identify, refer, evaluate and if eligible, provide a free, appropriate public education to disabled students. For additional information about the rights of parents of eligible children, or for answers to any questions you might have about identification, evaluation and placement into Section . . .