Each year the Millville School District celebrates Wellness Week. It incorporates Respect Week, Violence Awareness Week and Red Ribbon Week.
Wellness Week is a time to really stress to our students the importance of a drug-free, non-violent lifestyle that is full of healthy choices for our mind, body, spirit and world!
We will be celebrating with a “rainbow theme”. Each day of wellness week will be a special color day. Don’t be left out! Keep your eyes & ears open so you’ll know the color of the day!!!
Teachers - Please show this video on Monday morning:
This year buttons and bracelets will be given to all students grades K through 5.
Each day that your child is wearing their button they will be entered into a class drawing for a couple special gifts! In addition one homeroom (K-2) and (3-5) will be awarded a pizza party for those homerooms that had the most participation in wearing the appropriate color for the day.
Overview of the activites this week:
- Pledge that is said by the students every morning sent home
- Anti-Bullying Contract sent home to be reviewed, signed and returned
- Classroom guidance lesson on respect/bullying
- K-5 classes will be doing various art projects which will be displayed around the school.
- K-Blooming w/respect
- 1st – Growing respect in our classroom
- 2nd- Bucket Fillers
- 3rd –What respect means to me
- 4th –Words Hurt
- 5th – Respect Bumper Sticker
- 1st Grade will be learning a Respect song
- Friday – Assembly with Sensei Jon from Best of the Best Martial Arts School
Join us by wearing the following colors:
Monday - Wear Black
Tuesday - Wear Red
Wednesday - Wear Blue
Thursday - Wear Green
Friday - Wear Pink
Bacon Wins a bronze... here is the Press Release:
To earn the National Recognition Award, the schools improved their nutrition services and physical activity programs to meet or exceed stringent standards set by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation’s Healthy Schools Program. The Healthy Schools Program provides professional development to schools such as onsite and virtual training with school health experts, access to a customer support center, science-based resources, and success stories--at no cost--to more than 18,000 schools nationwide to help them reverse the childhood obesity epidemic. Schools are eligible for Bronze, Silver, or Gold National Recognition Awards based on their level of achievement. The Cumberland County schools were among 267 schools from around the country honored at the Healthy Schools Program Forum at the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Ark.
Students at RM Bacon Elementary are showing off their healthier lunches as a result of school efforts to promote healthy options in the cafeteria and to encourage parents to only send in smart choices for classroom parties. Through daily physical activity breaks, recess, before school intramurals for students and afterschool fitness options for staff, this community feels like they are on track to become a school where students, staff, and families can thrive. School staff credit the Healthy Schools Program Framework and staff in helping the school set and meet realistic goals.
|Mrs. Trimbell and Mrs. Muhlbaier at the conference|
Here is the video from the Healthy Schools Forum with Bill Clinton as the Keynote Speaker
Monday - Another respectful day
Tuesday - Halloween Frolic Planning Meeting 8:30, room 2; I and RS Team 1:00 PM
Wednesday - Another respectful day
Thursday - Staff Meeting, LAL PLC, 8:00 AM; Reading Street All Day; G/T field trip; Progress Reports go home
Friday - Kindergarten Field Trip to Duffields; Week of Respect Assembly, 9:30 AM (K-2) and 10:00 AM (3-5)