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10.24.22, Bagley’s Monday Message

Nectar NewsUpdated SPS Calendar for 22-23 School YearStaffing UpdatesGates at Drop off and Pick upAfterschool/Pick UpBoys and Girls ClubSPS Student Climate SurveyDiversity Equity Inclusion – Staff and Family CommitteeVolunteersMove-a-thonHalloween at BagleyStudent Meals MenuCovid updateFrom the PTA:…
Delivery Bee news update. a graphic of a bumble bee riding a motorcycle

10.17.22, Bagley’s Monday Message

Nectar NewsCurriculum NightSPS Student Climate SurveyVolunteersMove-a-thonHalloween at BagleyBirthday LunchStudent Meals Menu: Covid updateRacial Equity Team/Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee EventUpcoming Events Bagley Families, We hope you had a great, albeit hot and smoky, weekend. Thank you for continuing to…
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10.10.22, Bagley’s Monday Message

Nectar NewsMondayCurriculum NightAssessment and Advanced Learners InformationVolunteersMove-a-thonBirthday LunchStudent Meals Menu:COVID-19 ConsentCovid updateUpcoming Events Bagley Families, Good morning families, take a look at the Nectar News and our other school updates below. We look forward to seeing you virtually at…
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10.03.22, Bagley’s Monday Message

Nectar NewsVolunteersMove-a-thonMorning drop-offStudent Meals MenuCOVID-19 ConsentCovid updateUpcoming Events Bagley Families, Now that we have made it through the first month of school, we can really see students hitting their stride. They are becoming the experts in their classroom routines, class jobs, and…
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9.26.22, Bagley’s Monday Message

Bagley Families, We had our first whole school assembly on Friday, and we loved having our community together. We introduced and cheered for each class and learned about Rosh Hashanah and restorative justice. A special thanks to 5th graders as our first student speakers at the assembly, and to Ms.