No School tomorrow, January 17 due to weather forecast or Monday, January 20 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. stay safe and warm.
Happy Thanksgiving to all of our Dewey Families from the Dewey Staff. We hope you have an incredible day. #dewey45
Stinger Singers will not have practice today. Ms. Kapp is not feeling well. Please share. #dewey45
It is flu shot time! Permission forms were sent home last week and are due this Friday, October 18. The shots/mist will be given by Hedrick Medical Center and Livingston County Health Department. The vaccine is highly recommended. If you sent the form back and want to make sure it has reached Nurse Teresa’s office, please call the school to check.
Mrs. Chambers Receives Fulbright Award. "Chambers is one of approximately 76 U.S. citizens who will travel abroad through the Fulbright Teachers for Global Classrooms Program in 2019-2020. Recipients of Fulbright grants are selected on the basis of academic and professional achievement, as well as demonstrated leadership potential...Fulbrighters address critical global challenges in all fields, while building relationships, knowledge, and leadership in support of the United States' long term interests..." For more information about the program or the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, please visit http://eca.state.gov/fulbright
We are excited to see the children of the Classes of 2027 and 2028 tomorrow! The teachers have been working and are patiently awaiting students arrival. The custodians have been busy getting the building ready, the cooks working on menus for delicious meals and the bus drivers preparing to get your children to and from school safely. It is going to be the best year yet! A few reminders/bit of news on the night before the 2019/2020 year begins. Dewey Elementary hours are 8:20-3:30. The main entrance, prior to 8:00, will be the Northwest doors by the cafeteria/gym. After 8:00 we will use the regular West office doors. At this time, walkers and bike riders will not be dismissed until after the busses and cars have completed their pick-ups. We do not want students around moving vehicles. Please watch the Webpage or Facebook page for updates. Polk Street will be the only drop off/pick-up area for cars. Dickinson Street from Calhoun to Bryan Street must be kept clear for busses. Please do not use Cooper Street as a drop off location as it runs into Dickinson. Since Polk is one way, here are two options (from Washington Street): 1. West on Calhoun, past the Middle School Field House, North on State to Polk and East on Polk. 2. West on Bryan Street to Edgewood Avenue, South on Edgewood to Polk and East in Polk. Please know our goal at dismissal is to be efficient and safe. Thank you so much for sharing your children with us! Please call Dewey if you have any questions at 646-4255.
Congratulations to Mrs. Ellen Gott for receiving the Missouri Retired Teachers Grant for the project, “Creating Relationships by Creating Art.” The funds will be used for activities for 4th Grade Boomers to Bloomers.
All Chillicothe R-2 Elementary Schools, Pre K-5th Grade, will host Back to School Night on Wednesday, August 14th, from 4:00-6:00. Come check out your school and meet your teacher.
Chillicothe R-II School District is thrilled to announce our new app for mobile phones! Stay up-to-date with access to real-time sports scores, the daily cafeteria menu, news from administration, student stories, and even emergency notifications. We hope you are as thrilled as we are!