Our guest speaker at the parent event that was planned for Thursday has cancelled, so we will hold the information session on Internet Safety at another time.
Note- We had already distributed some flyers to the students.
We will reschedule the speaker shortly and invite everyone to come learn about internet safety.
Goldsmith Parents, you are invited to the upcoming PTA Parent & Teacher Association) meeting at 5:30 PM on Tuesday, February 12 in the Goldsmith cafeteria. We will go over what we have been up to this year so far, and things to do this Spring. Among them are 1) setting up a movie or dance night, 2) update on the yearbook (we are the ones who make the yearbook), teacher appreciation week, what the school needs help with, and how we can help the school. Last, we will discuss the need for new officers for the 2019-2020 school year. So plan to come to the PTA meeting, and if you have never come to one before, you will see that PTA meetings are a great way to know what is happening in Goldsmith and what is coming on the horizon, Adam Lawson (Goldsmith PTA President)
If we get 100 skaters Mr. Hill and Dr. Renner will perform Fortnite dances on the morning news!
First 50 Goldsmith Students Skating Get a Hat!
All Goldsmith Skaters Earn 20 PBIS Points!
You might even win a fun prize!
When: Thursday, February 7th 6:30-8:30
Cost: $5.00 per skater- Cash only – includes skate rentals
Where: Robben’s Roost at 5906 Six Mile Lane
School will be in session March 28 & 29.
Student Led Conferences 2/18
Stay on top of the school calendar at: https://goldsmithdolphins.com/calendar/
Note: Re-Posting. Over 100 paper surveys have already come in. We value your input. Thanks to those who already did paper or online version!
Dear JCPS Families:
The Jefferson County Public School (JCPS) District’s annual Comprehensive School Survey is now open through Friday, March 15. The survey is a valuable resource for helping identify specific needs and crafting strategies to ensure success for all JCPS students.
The survey is provided to all employees, families and students in grades four through 12 and is an important way to gain insight about academic indicators, school community, service, environment, safety and overall satisfaction. Families are encouraged to complete the survey to ensure that their feedback is part of the district’s decision-making process.
Your participation is confidential. No individual can or will be identified, and survey results will be reported as group data only. If you have more than one child attending a district school (or schools), please complete a survey for each.
The parent/guardian survey link is available here:
Thank you for sharing your important perspective with JCPS.
Dr. Marty Pollio