Coming soon to Arno…
PTA Meeting 6:00
End of Trimester
Report Cards available on ParentConnect
Magic with Santa PTA night
Cookie Dough Fundraiser Pickup 3:00-6:00
2nd and 3rd Grade Holiday Concert- Center for the Arts 6:30pm
1st grade to Henry Ford
Dec. 24-Jan 8
Arno Elementary will provide a system of support to empower
and inspire students to become collaborative learners
that strive for academic excellence
On behalf of all the staff at Arno, we wish you and your family
a very Merry Christmas and a happy holiday season!
Picture retake day is Dec. 2.
The direct link for parents if they wish to order pictures prior to retake picture day,
For those students who would like to get their picture retaken and bought a package, they MUST bring their package down to the cameras for an even exchange, as pictures will not be reprinted unless those are returned. Our photographer will need to know what to enter in for them for those pictures to be replaced.
From the PTA
Greetings all! The annual PTA/PTSA Reflections is kicking off! This is our art recognition program. Students in all grades are invited to create a work of art in any of the below following categories. The theme is “Show Your Voice”.
All participants will be recognized with a ribbon and certificate! A show and celebration will be held on January 18, 2023 in the AP High School Creative Arts Building. Invitations will be sent by the PTA/PTSA Council. All entries are due to your child’s school office by 9:00am on December 2nd. You must submit an every form and consent form. All details, rules and forms can be found at the following link:
Upcoming Events @ Arno Presented By Your PTA:
We are excited to announce our next and future events! Please mark your calendars! And please consider volunteering to help us make sure these events run smooth and are successful!
For more info please reach out to us at email@example.com or Facebook @arnoelementarypta
December 14th: MAGIC WITH SANTA
*A sign-up genius link for a slot for magic with Santa and/or to volunteer will be shared with registered PTA members on Friday December 2nd-December 4th then will be shared with everyone else.
January 19th: MOTHER/SON NIGHT
•Mother/Son will be held at Rev’d Up in Woodhaven. We will share the sign-up genius link for this event when it gets closer.
February 16th: GLOW DANCE
•Look for more information as this event nears and at February’s PTA meeting!
**Thank you everyone for your support on our spirit wear sale! We had 180 items purchased!**
We hope everyone has a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year! Stay safe and healthy!
There will not be a meeting in January. We hope to see everyone at our February 2nd meeting at 6:00pm in the Arno Media Center!
A BIG Thank you to all of our families that participated in the Cookie dough fundraiser! All items will arrive on December 15 for pickup starting at 3:00. All of the products are frozen and we do not have capacity to hold any orders not picked up- please plan on coming to school that afternoon for your order. Thank you for your support!!
Our students are changing the future with an Hour of Code
We live in a world surrounded by technology. And we know that whatever field our students choose to go into as adults, their ability to succeed will increasingly depend on understanding how technology works.
But only a fraction of us are learning how technology works. Only 51% of all high schools offer computer science.
That’s why our entire school is joining in on the largest learning event in history: The Hour of Code, during Computer Science Education Week (October 1 – December 18). More than 100 million students worldwide have already tried an Hour of Code. Our Hour of Code is making a statement that Arno is ready to teach these foundational 21st-century skills. To continue bringing programming activities to your students, we want to make our Hour of Code event huge. I encourage you to volunteer, reach out to local media, share the news on social media channels and consider hosting additional Hour of Code events in the community.
en for details, and help spread the word.
In the spirit of sharing holiday warmth, we will be collecting new, warm outerwear like hats, gloves, mittens, and scarves to share on our warming tree located in the main hallway. Please consider donating to help out less fortunate children by December 16. Thank you for your help
Building to Kindergarten
Our annual fall Building to Kindergarten presentation was a huge success! We have a huge crowd that packed the cafeteria to learn about what it takes to be an entering kindergarten student next fall. If you have a preschool child entering in the Fall of 2023, but were unable to attend, please contact the office for the materials. Thanks to our kinder team including Jeanine Haskin, Nickie Roller, Cristina Mercer, Cassie Harrison, our reading coach Beth Wesley and all our reading intervention paras for creating a great program!
NHS FREE Tutoring is Back!
Looking for some fun things to do together over break?
1.. Magic Reindeer Food Recipe
The kids will love making food for the reindeer that will be visiting their home. They can even make extra in goodie bags for their friends in the neighborhood to enjoy as well! This site has a free printable version as well!
2. Movie Night!
You can’t go wrong with a night of some of the best Christmas movies, a bowl of popcorn, and a warm cup of hot cocoa! Here is a list of some of the most-loved holiday movies.
3. DIY Handprint Christmas Ornament
These Salt Dough Handprint Christmas Tree Ornaments are the perfect DIY project for the kids and a good keepsake. The kids will have tons of fun decorating their ornament.
4. Candy Cane Science Experiment
Candy canes are very popular this time of year. This experiment is neat way for your kids to learn a little more about candy and not just eat it! Click here to see more.
5. Play Christmas Minute to Win It
Minute To Win It is always a fun game. Click here for a list of fun Christmas games for the whole family!
6. Bake and Decorate Cookies
Baking is one of our favorite things to do this time of year, especially these gluten-free sugar cookies! It’s so fun for the kids to bake and then decorate their cookies!
7. Go on a Candy Cane Hunt
Every kid loves a good scavenger hunt! This Candy Cane Hunt is a great way for the kids to play together. They can each take turns hiding candy canes throughout the house. It will also get them thinking and using math to decide who wins the hunt!
8. Christmas Bingo
Christmas Bingo is fun for the whole family! This site has a super cute free printable version so that you and your family can play whenever you want.
9. Snowman Slam Game
This is not only a fun game for the kids, but it’s also super easy to make! Snowman Slam is a great game that will be keep the kids busy.
Take a peek at Santa’s Reindeer
Track Santa with NORAD help