American Education Week—November 12-16, 2018—will present all Americans with a wonderful opportunity to celebrate public education and honor individuals who are making a difference in ensuring that every child receives a quality education.
The staff and administration of Manor Woods Elementary School cordially invites you to this year’s American Education Week, Reach. Educate. Inspire. During the week of November 12-16, our school will be open to parents and community members that would like to observe the rigor and enthusiasm of our classrooms. We would like to share with you a snapshot into your child’s daily routine. We invite you to join us anytime between 9:15 am-2:30 pm throughout the week. We are hoping with a flexible, open schedule, you will be able to find a time that is convenient during your day to visit us. As you know, parking is often an issue and spreading your visits throughout the week should lessen the crowded parking lot.
During your visit, you will see children in action. Teachers will not be creating special activities or events but will continue with their daily instruction. During this visit, younger siblings should not attend. This is a special time to see your elementary student shine.
A few last reminders: This is an educational time for your student. Our daily instruction will continue while you visit. Therefore, please limit any interaction you may have with your child and understand that teachers will not be able to hold personal conversations at this time. We also ask that you keep your cell phones off out of respect for the classroom environment. Taking pictures is very distracting to the students and we would like to ask that you refrain from taking photos during your visit. Please be sure that when you visit, you stop by the sign in at the table in the lobby. There will be sign in sheets and visitor stickers available at the table. We hope to see you during American Education Week, 2018!