11-08-2018 School news & calendars

“Kute Kids”…

THESE “KUTE KIDS” ARE… Adonis Hansen, 18-month-old, and one-month-old baby brother, Cade in August. Their parents are Taylor & Austin Hansen stationed in Okinawa, Japan.

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Coloma Community Schools Calendar of Events Thursday, November 8 K-5th Grade Half Day of School, 6th-12th Grade Full Day of School; K-5th Grade Conferences 1:00-4:00 p.m. & 5:00-8:00 p.m.; 6th – 12th Grade Conferences 4:00-7:00 p.m.; Junior High Study Hall Closed Friday, November 9 K – 12th Grade NO SCHOOL Monday, November 12 Annual Veterans Day Program at High School by 4th graders at 9:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m.; Junior High Study Hall Closed; Boys Junior High Basketball at Fennville, 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, November 13 Junior High Guest Speaker – Todd Jadlow, 10:30 a.m. (Grades 6-8) Wednesday, November 14 2-Hour Late Start – Staff Professional Development; Boys Junior High Basketball, Home vs. Saugatuck, 5:00 p.m. Friday, November 16 Intermediate (4th & 5th Grade) Picture Retakes

NORTH SCHOOL ROCK STARS! Marcus Azzalini (left) is a 5th grade student in Mrs. Bongiorno’s class. She states that Marcus is attentive and participates often in class. He respectfully follows all school and classroom rules, and he is extremely kind to others. Marcus is a wonderful example of an all around great student! Abigail Solis (right) is in Mrs. Brown’s 3rd grade class. Abby is a very hard worker. She does her best on each task and is always friendly to others, and willing to help. She is a fantastic listener, and follows the school rules. Abby is an all around great student as well!

Watervliet District Library to hold Meet & Greet for social work intern Nov. 12 Social workers have become a frequently utilized resource in public libraries, and Watervliet is now a part of that movement. Social Workers in Small and Rural Libraries (SWiRLS) is a grant funded partnership between Niles District Library and six other regional libraries, which includes Watervliet. The program’s goals are to connect patrons with information about services available in their community and to develop collaborative relationships with local service agencies. Licensed social workers or social work interns from area universities will be available on a regular schedule or by appointment at each library to provide face to face assistance and referrals. To better inform the public of this service, the Watervliet District Library will hold a Meet-And-Greet event featuring WMU Social Work interns and their licensed program manager, Monday, November 12, from 1-3 p.m. Area residents are encouraged to stop by to share questions or concerns, or simply to say hello. Light refreshments will be served. Tracy Rudi, a graduate student enrolled in Western Michigan University’s School of Social Work, has been assigned regular hours in the library, Tuesdays from 1 to 4 p.m. People needing help are welcome to stop in during that time to speak with her. In addition, patrons are encouraged to fill out a “Book-a-Social Work Intern” request form any time the library is open, to arrange a meeting with Miss Rudi. For more information please contact the library at 269-463-6382 or info@wdlib.org, or visit the library’s Facebook page.