Principal's Corner

Greetings Trojan Community, this is the principal’s message for the week of February 6th until 10th of February. First, I would like to thank everyone for their support and patience last week as our entire community worked through the early morning (s) inclement weather. We all are happy to know that everyone is safe and no major snow injuries occurred. Yes, the colder weather and winter is upon us, please pay careful attention to your child’s attire, before sending your child out to the bus stop or dropping them off at school, please take a moment to make sure they are dressed appropriately for the weather. Depending on the weather, students may go out for recess. Dressing your child in multiple light layers is recommended so that they can remove a top layer if they get too warm while indoors. When it gets cold outside, it gets cold inside the building sometimes as well. Don’t be afraid to ask your children whether or not they are comfortable while they are at school; they will often tell you if they are too hot or too cold in their classrooms.

We want to ensure our students learning environment is comfortable so they will focus on the learning activities first. Our lost and found grows by leaps and bounds. One of the most “found” items are sweatshirts and coats. Please label any items (coats, gloves, hats, etc.) that your child brings to school, so that we can easily return them.

Our community superintendent Mr. Rudy will be visiting our school this week. If you had not planned to attend the Principals Community Engagement Tea I encourage you to put it on your calendar so that you maybe able to meet and talk to Mr. Rudy. He is hoping to talk to as many students, teachers, parents and community stakeholders as
possible. If you have a burning question now is the time to ask it. On the last page of this newsletter is a submit your questions card. If you have a question you would like to have him answer please write it down and send it to me and I will ask him to speak to that question Tuesday afternoon at the tea. If you are not able to attend but you have a burning question, write it down and send it to me and I will present it to him and then email you the response.

February is African-American/Black History Month, It is an annual celebration which recognizes the significant contributions of African-Americans throughout our nation’s history, through their contributions in arts, entertainment, law, politics, sciences, sports and so much more. For 75 years, the people of our organization have contributed significantly to the readiness of our military forces and improving the quality of life for military families around the globe.
Learn about a one of these mission champions in this issue. Candy Grams ! Trojan community the junior class is selling Valentine's Day Candy Grams to help offset the
cost of the prom. Please see the following flyer for details.

As always we will attempt to provide you with the most current information. However, if you have question please do not hesitate to contact me via email. Wishing you all the best for a safe and productive week. Stay Warm! As always, thank you for your continued support. Have a fantastic upcoming week!

Dr. Doris Brodie, DoDEA employees official photo.

Dr. Doris Brodie

Unit 7010
APO, AE 09822
United States

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