Daily Bulletin and Up to Date Information
Student Council Elections- Election campaigns have started for the Leadership students who are running for office. Since we are not on campus to put posters up and talk to students directly, they will be posting on social media, the Cooley Leadership Instagram account, and by talking to friends. Here is a list of the Leadership students and what office they are running for: ASB President- Katie Liebman, ASB Vice-President- Emmalee Connors and Sophia Gilliland, ASB Treasurer- Alyssa Abbott, Isabella Connor, and Phoebe Rattu, ASB Secretary- Brooklyn Gardner and Angelina Le, 8th Grade Representative- Aubrey Dyke and 6th/7th Grade Representative-Landon Toman, Rylee Lauer and Julia Vu. Campaign videos will be shown during E-Period on Thursday, September 24th and voting will take place in your Language Arts classes on Friday, September 25th.
Stress Management 101 Workshop: I will be offering a workshop during independent work time on Tuesday, September 22nd, from 2:00 pm to roughly 2:40 pm. The focus of the workshop will be on how to manage stress. If you are interested in dropping in and learning more, please fill out THIS FORM so I can include you on the calendar invite! If you have any questions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome Back Cobras! Hopefully, you are settling into the latest version of our “new normal” and feel that spreading some good vibes is in order! The PTC can help you with that with the first Staff Appreciation event of the year! Please check out the Sign Up and then sign up to be part of the fun and gratitude! Deadline is Friday the 18th. Thank you for helping the PTC recognize our wonderful Staff who are working so hard to make school the best it can be right now! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0d4dafad2ba2ff2-september
Spirit Wear Friday is back! Don’t forget to wear your class colors or Cooley Spirit Wear every Friday. Leadership Ambassadors will be joining your 6th period Zooms on Friday’s to do spirit count. The class with the best participation will earn a prize and be featured in our Virtual Fall Rally in November.
Club Sign-ups: For club sign-ups, please visit Miss Grace’s website: https://gracegose.wixsite.com/cooleycounselor
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING IN A SMALL GROUP WITH MISS GRACE? “The Calm Group” will focus on strategies to help you stay calm, reframe negative thoughts, and practice healthy coping skills. You will also build self-confidence and self-esteem while participating in group activities and discussions with your fellow Cooley Cobras. The group will meet WEEKLY, starting Thursday, September 24, and take place after school from 2:00-2:40pm. If you are interested, please fill out THIS FORM and then check your RCSD Kids email for the follow-up information! If you have any questions at all, please email me at email@example.com.
MAKE SURE TO COMPLETE YOUR DAILY ATTENDANCE LESSON! As soon as your child logs on to Otus for the first time each day, they will go to the Daily Attendance Lesson located in their 1st-period class to answer the one question in the lesson. The student response is time-stamped in order to ensure the question was answered on the correct day. Please remind your child to go to the Daily Attendance lesson first when logging in for the first time each day so their attendance can be accurately recorded.
MISS GRACE’S NEEDS SURVEYS! Hey Cooley students, parents, and families. Please take a moment to fill out my needs survey for the year. There is one for PARENTS and one for STUDENTS. The survey will be available until Friday, September 18, and everyone who completes the survey will be entered to WIN A PRIZE! The information gained from these surveys also helps me create my program goals for the year. Thank you so much for your participation!!
Yearbooks: If you have not picked up your yearbook yet, they will be in the office starting today for parents to pick up. Also, we do have some extra ones for those who did not purchase one – they are $60 each. Thank you.
Best Practice for Students During Distance Learning: 1. Be on time 2. Position yourself so there is a wall behind you if possible 3. Be respectful to others by pushing the mute button while you are waiting your turn to speak 4. Raise your hand if you have something you would like to share. 5. Participate using kind words, just like you would in class. 6. Utilize the chat for questions when appropriate. Remember the Cobra Creed: Be Safe, Be Responsible, Be Respectful, Be Kind.
Parent Resources: Hey, Cobras! Have you shared the “Parent Resource Site” with your parents yet? It’s a super helpful place for your parents to go for all kinds of support from technology to mental health and wellness to community resources. Go to the RCSD website: RCSDK8.org and choose “Parent Resources.” Then look at the menu of choices under “Parent Resources” on the upper left side. We love our Cobra parents as much as we do our Cobra students and want to share supports with them, too!