While your child is being assessed, parents are welcome to drop off school supplies in their child's locker and common supplies can be left on tables that will be outside the classroom in the hallway. We ask that parents then head down towards the cafeteria to talk with the bus company, meet with administrators and get any questions answered that you may have regarding registration, school year, etc.
Since you will be reading summer long, why not participate in local reading programs? There are many incentives you can earn along the way!
Pewaukee Public Library Fourth and fifth graders can participate in the “Fizz, Boom, Read!” Children’s program. Sixth graders are invited to the teen program “Spark a Reaction.” Readers will earn coupons for local venues like Discovery World, the Milwaukee County Zoo, and more.
Barnes & Noble Kids who read 8 books this summer get a free book from Barnes & Noble. Check out details on their website!
Scholastic’s Summer Reading Program This summer’s program, “Reading Under the Stars,” is an online option for you. You can log your minutes to help reach a world record for reading, answer weekly questions to win virtual rewards, and enter to win books after achieving personal milestones.
BOOK ROOM /LIBRARY HELPER-1 morning every other week. Re-shelve books. Process new books so they are ready for student use. Repair books. Possibly help teachers check out books for literacy instruction.
GENERAL ASSISTANCE – Call as needed.
MATH MENTOR -1-2 hours per week at a regularly scheduled time Monday through Friday afternoons. Math Mentors are trained volunteers who work with students who need extra assistance developing basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division fluency. Teachers guide mentors with options for activities and practices to fit the specific needs of each student.
FIELD TRIPS – Chaperone classroom trips. Teachers will contact you.
CONCERTS – Set up and decorate as instructed by the music department.
CAMP WHITCOMB – Volunteers are needed in a variety of areas from group leaders and special projects to overnight chaperons in the boy and girl cabins. This event is held each spring for 5th grade students.
*Cheerleaders are limited to the first 25 per grade level.
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PLE School Code: 4wgx/pewaukeele
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Our new attendance Secretary is Susan Blaha. If your child does need to miss school, please try call to let Ms. Blaha know before 8:35am. Please leave a detailed message stating your child's full name, teacher's name, and the reason for the absence. Ms. Blaha will inform your child's teacher for you. All homework requests need to be made before the school day begins and homework won't be ready for pick up until after 3:35pm. Thank you!