Silver Creek Elementary Information
Each month , this page highlights building news, Character Education, parent reminders, PTO updates, nurse’s notes, and Students of the Week. Please remember that success in school is based on the home/school connection. If you ever have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact your child’s teacher or the Silver Creek Office.
What is Happening in Triad?
The old adage, "A picture is worth a thousand words", refers to the idea that a picture can tell a story. We have hundreds of stories to share about our classrooms, students, building activities and events. To help share our stories, we have constructed a photo slide show that will be continually updated. Come back often and take the time to view our story and proudly share with others. We have amazing schools, staff and students and hope these moments capture some additional stories you may not have heard about. [ Slide Show ]
Silver Creek Elementary Students of the Week
Silver Creek Elementary is proud to present the Students of the Week. Congratulations to all of the students!
Silver Creek Elementary Drop off/Pick up Procedures
Welcome back! We are very excited about the upcoming 2015-2016 school year at Silver Creek Elementary. Below, you will find a few reminders and procedural changes about dropping students off at the beginning of the school day, picking up students at dismissal time, and entering the building during school hours.
Student Drop Off
The doors of Silver Creek Elementary will open at 8:25 A.M. Do not drop students off before this time as there is no adult supervision. Latch-key services are available for Silver Creek Elementary students through the Triad School District’s Beyond the Bell program. For more information call 667-8851 Ext. 5305.
Between 8:25 and 8:45 A.M., students are welcome to come into the building and either go to their classroom or go to the cafeteria to eat breakfast. Students who are eating breakfast should report directly to the cafeteria and should not go to their classrooms first.
ALL students must be dropped off at the front entrance near the main office. The front drop off area is a Fire Lane. At no time, can cars be parked in this location. The front drop off area will be blocked off with cones until 8:25 AM. If you arrive prior to 8:25 AM, you must park in the parking lot with your child. At 8:25 AM, cones will be moved to allow drop off in front of the school. Pull past the main front door entrance to the row of cones. All vehicles between the two sets of cones should unload. This process allows several vehicles to unload at one time and makes the dropping off process more efficient.There will be an adult in the parking lot to assist with this process and to assist any students crossing the circle drive to get into the building. Please remember to only cross at the designated cross walks.
In an attempt to make the morning drop off process more efficient and far safer, we need all parents to practice the following rules:
Parents will be allowed to walk students to the classroom on Monday, August 17th – Wednesday, August 19th . For safety and security purposes, beginning Thursday, August 20th, parents will not be allowed to enter the academic wings or cafeteria during morning drop-off. There will be school personnel to assist your child in walking to the classroom should they need assistance.
Student Pick Up
Entering Silver Creek Elementary
Transportation After School
Beyond the Bell Program
Silver Creek Elementary is working toward a paperless home-school communication system. A Virtual BackPack website has been created to assist parents in obtaining information to community resources, services, and information in our area.
Click the link below to see district approved informational flyers, notices, and registration forms released by the Triadcommunities.
Standards Based Report Card
The Triad School District is now using a Standards-Based Report Card (SBRC) at the elementary level. This is an exciting step for our schools as we work towards ensuring that all students are successful at meeting grade-level standards. [Read More.. ]
Easy Ways to Help Support Silver Creek Elementary!
Silver Creek Elementary is participating in the “Box Tops for Education”, "Prairie Farms Our Caps Your Cause" and the "My Coke Rewards" programs for school.
These are simple fund-raisers that offer great rewards for our school.
Box Tops for Education Program:
All you have to do is save box tops that have the “Box Tops for Education” logo. Send the labels to school with your child. Silver Creek Elementary will get a cash refund for each label that is collected. The money that is earned will be used to buy playground supplies and equipment, library books, and help pay for assemblies.
***Silver Creek PTO is having a Box Tops for Education contest that will begin soon. The class that brings in the most box tops will win a prize. *****
Prairie Farms - Our Caps, Your Cause Program:
Prairie Farms will donate 5 cents to the Troy PTO for each cap collected. Just purchase Prairie Farms white or flavored milk in gallon or half gallon sizes. Peel off the special 75th Anniversary cap sticker to reveal redeemable code. This is a simple way to support your child's school.
My Coke Rewards Program:
After you purchase your favorite Coca-Cola products, to to mycokerewards.com/school and sign in. (You will need to register if you are not a member.) Enter your codes to collect points. Search for your Silver Creek Elementary's name to donate the points. You will then be asked the amount of points you would like to donate. Click "Donate".
Schnucks escrip Community Card
Schnucks will donate up to 3% of your purchases back to our school. Pick up a card at a store or PTO event.
Target will donate 1% back to your designated school if you use your Target RedCard. You need to register your card at www. target.com/redcard/main.
The Triad District is now able to offer parents the ability to manage their child's meal account balances through an online management service called PayForIt.net. The service may be accessed via links through our Parent Resources webpage or directly via www.payforit.net . This service benefits students, parents and the school cafeteria. Management of your child's account through this online service will ensure that they never have to worry about carrying cash for lunch purchases and having the money with them at the start of lunch service. Using the PayForIt.net service, parents can log in at any time to make a deposit to their child's account, view their child's account balance, set up recurring deposits to their child's account, set up e-mail notifications when their child's account falls below a certain dollar amount, or request a report showing what the child has purchased on their account. [Triad Food Service]