May/June Buzz

Emerson Buzz

May 1, 2023

Be Safe                     Be Responsible                        Be Respectful


May 4 —Emerson Day—Wear your Yellowjacket gear!

                City Hall of Fame, 1-3 pm Butte High Auditorium

May 9—PTO meeting, Room 107, 7:00 pm

May 10—City Track Meet 1:00 East Middle School

May 11—Reunification Drill (info below)

May 15—6th grade Orientation for East Middle School

May 16—3rd Grade Field Trip to Museum of the Rockies

May 17—DIBELS testing in school

May 18—Kindergarten Roundup (more info below)

                NO SCHOOL for current K-2nd graders

May 29—NO SCHOOL— Memorial Day

June 1—6th Grade Field Trip to Star Lanes

June 6—6th Grade Graduation (more info to come later)

                 Field trip to Washoe for 2nd and 4th Grade

June 8—Last Day of School — Enjoy your Summer!

              Early Dismissal K-2 (12:15 PM ) 3-6 (1:00 PM)


PTO—We raised over $900 with our Papa Murphy’s fundraiser. Thank you to everyone who ordered and volunteered! PTO is also generously sponsoring field trips and the end of the year BBQ. Thank you, PTO!

Spring Days! - Please make sure students follow the School District’s Dress Code: No sandals without straps on the back (flip-flops), No spaghetti strap tank tops, and No Belly Shirts.

 Online Registration—We still have 25 students who are not registered for next year. Students may be force transferred to other schools if classes fill up completely. If you need help, please call Brianna at 533-2800.

Kindergarten roundup (incoming class of 23/24) will take place on May 18th at Emerson. Letters have gone home to parents to sign up for an appointment. Very important—No school on May 18th for current K-2nd graders. K-2nd grade teachers will be helping with testing incoming students on that day.

Reminder: There is NO SCHOOL ON FRIDAYS IN MAY. These are non-scheduled days. This is the first year our district calendar has been this way. Thank you!

Congratulations to Mrs. Miner on her upcoming retirement! We will miss her terribly, but we are so happy for her. She is a forever Yellowjacket, and we thank her for her 9 years of service to our school. We sincerely hope she enjoys lots of traveling and relaxation.

Emerson Family,

You have all been an important part of my journey as an educator and with a heavy heart I am        retiring from the Butte School District #1 in June. I am so lucky to have been in the position to watch kids grow up academically, socially, and physically. Their laughter and smiles have a permanent place in my heart. Therefore, I will still be watching for their successes, but at a distance. We do not know who will be your next principal. However, I am certain he/she will feel welcome right away.I feel like Winnie the Pooh  and say, “How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard,” A.A. Milne.


Mrs Brenda Miner

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