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Life at Pattie
Attendance HotLine
We will begin using the Pattie Elementary Attendance Hotline again for you to use when you are calling in an absence for your child. The number is 703-586-9208. Please leave a message. Here is the message you will hear:

Absentee Hotline Message
 
You have reached the Pattie Elementary Attendance Hotline. If your child will be absent, please leave their first and last name, their teacher, the reason they will be out and the day or days they will not be in school.
Students must be fever and vomit free for 24 hours without medication before returning to school.

 

Quick References
Please call Attendence HotLine when student is absent 703-586-9208​    Transportation 571-402-3903
Office Hours 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  
School Hours 8:15 a.m. - 2:55 p.m.  
Tardy Bell 8:15 a.m.
​Meal Prices:
Breakfast: $1.45  Student Full Price
Lunch: $2.45  Elementary Student Full Price

Pattie's 2015-2016 Lunch Schedule
 
Pattie School
Second-Fifth Grades
16125 Dumfries Road
Dumfries, VA 22025
Office:  703-670-3173
FAX  703-583-7233
Cafeteria Phone703-586-6520
Little Pattie Building
Kindergarten-First
16108 Dumfries Road
Dumfries, VA  22025
Office:  703-586-9275
FAX 703-590-4673
Cafeteria Phone 703-878-2514
Just in time for Valentine’s Day
Chocolate Roses for $1
Order milk chocolate rose “pops” today for all your favorite people: 
Mom, Dad, Grandparent, Teacher, Principal, Friends 
They will be delivered to the students/teachers on February 12th

Click here for the order form and return the bottom portion with payment by February 9th.  
Make checks payable to Pattie PTCO.  
Box Tops for Education-Winter Contest
Thanks for all of your support with our Box Tops for Education program.   
Winter Box Tops Contest February
Please send in your Box Tops Feb. 8 - Feb. 19
Keep saving after the contest for the
 Spring contest.
Picture Day

Pattie's Spring School Picture Day is on Thursday, February 18.
Classes for Parents
Parents Click on the links below to learn more about classes being offered in PWCS:

When Families Get Angry

When Families Get Angry( Spanish)

Systematic Training for Effective Parenting

Registration Form
After School Enrichment Clubs/Classes for our students
We will soon be starting Enrichment Matters which will be available for all students K-5.  Classes such as art, musical theatre, basketball, Tae Kwon Do, Science, Minecraft etc. will be taught by outside providers but taught at our school.  Essentially, they are bringing their classes to us!
 
There is a team of parents from the PTCO who are working with me to set this up.  We have contracted with an organization called Enrichment Matters to gain their expertise.  They currently lead this program in 37 schools in our area and we look forward to learning from them. The classes will all take place at Big Pattie and the Little Pattie children who are enrolled will come over on the SACC bus.  They will be greeted and escorted to their class.  I'm sure you have some more questions, so please don't hesitate to ask me or to email them to pattieenrichment@gmail.com. The planning team is monitoring that email address and they can get you answers too. 
 
We'll have a website set up for registration and information for parents.  All communication will go through the following website:
Check it out!
 
http://www.enrichmentmatters.com/Pattie/
Kirsten Fisher, Principal
Principal Pattie Elementary School
"Where small hands make big impressions."
Give Kids A Smile Day
Give Kids A Smile is held annually to:
Provide free, easily accessible dental services to qualifying individuals.
Raise awareness of the epidemic of untreated dental disease occurring locally and nationally and create local public and private partnerships to increase access to oral health care to solve this crisis. Click on the links below to see which local dentists are participating in this event.

Gainesville Pediatric Dentistry
POTOMAC PEDATRIC DENTISTRY​

POTOMAC PEDATRIC DENTISTRY​ (Spanish version)

 
Military Families at Pattie

Amanda
Woodyard, Military Transition Consultant and Tiffani Brown, Secretary visited school today to begin working with our students from military families. Please watch for more information on events and small groups that you might like for your children.

 
Olweus Bullying Prevention Program
Learn more about ​Olweus Bullying Prevention Program by clicking on the linkd below:

English Version

Spanish Version
Speciality Programs
Right to Special Programs/Services The Prince William County Public Schools Division is required to inform the community of a  student's right to a free, appropriate public education and the availability of programs and services, including a special education. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement  Act (IDEA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (Section 504) are federal laws that give the  School Division certain responsibilities with respect to providing such educational programs to  students with disabilities. Under the IDEA and Section 504, the School Division has the  responsibility to actively and continuously identify, locate, and evaluate those children, infant  to age 21, living in Prince William County who may be in need of special education and/or related services, or adaptations or accommodations to regular education services. These laws also require the School Division to: 
• Refer for possible evaluation any student of school age living in the School Division who a  school staff member suspects may be disabled. 
• Provide appropriate educational and school‐related opportunities to students with disabilities in an inclusive setting to the maximum extent appropriate. • Provide notice of the availability of services and types and location of services to nearby  private schools, pediatricians, and the Health Department.
• Provide parents/guardians of students with disabilities with notice of their rights annually, and prior to their student’s evaluation and placement, or any significant change in their student’s placement. 
• Develop and implement procedural safeguards with respect to actions regarding the  identification, evaluation, and placement of students with disabilities. 
• Provide written notice of the School Division’s procedural safeguards to parents or guardians. If you suspect that your student may have a disability affecting your student’s development or academic performance, or may have a mental or physical impairment that substantially limits a  major life activity, please contact the Director of Special Education at 703.791.7287 for further information. 
This message is also available in Arabic, Korean, Spanish, Urdu, and Vietnamese and these translations can be accessed from the PWCS home page by choosing the “Publications” button.

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