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30 for 30
-This year we will be implementing an independent reading program called 30 for 30. This program encourages reading at both home and school. Studies show that kids who read at home and school experience greater success in school. Therefore, as a school and district, we will have 30 minutes of uninterrupted reading time at school and home. Students will begin their day at Waterloo Elementary reading independently. Students will be asked to engage in book talks and maintain reading journals and logs. We are asking you require your child to read at least 30 minutes daily. We are asking that younger students are read to as they develop their own reading skills. At home reading logs will be sent home for you to sign to ensure students have completed their reading. Students may read magazines, newspapers, novels, etc. We just want them to read. Thank you in advance for your support of this program! Reading is fundamental!
Waterloo Elementary
Waterloo Elementary School prepares students for success in learning and careers through engaging, challenging, and personalized learning experiences. Students are curious, confident in their own abilities, and competitive in the local, national, and global environment. Students are safe, valued, and supported in their learning by highly effective staff, families, and community.

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Shuttle bus service in the AM

about 1 month ago

Middle and high school parents should not drop students off prior to 7:05 AM. This is a safety concern.  Adult supervision will begin at 7:05. Thank you for helping keep all students safe.