2019-2020 Homework Extension Sign-up Form
Parmalee asks first through fifth grade students to participate in at least one homework extension project during the course of the school year. The program is optional for kindergarten students. Students may select one or more of the following projects: Reflections, Science Fair, Oral Interpretation and Young Writers Conference.
Please complete the following form indicating your student's preference(s).
Choose your favorite art form to address the theme "Look Within" in this year's PTA Reflections contest. It is a national contest that celebrates art and literacy. Students can complete works in writing, photography, music, dance, painting and more. Check official rules on the PTA website. DUE October 7th & 8th, 2019.
The Oral Interpretation Festival is a long-standing tradition at Parmalee Elementary in which students have an opportunity to recite poetry or literature selections in front of an audience. Poem text is to be submitted by October 25, 2019, memorized and will be recited before judges on November 19, 2019. Ribbons will be awarded for first, second and third place. Please see the PTA website for further details such as grade/age level requirements for poem length. DUE November 19, 2019.
An inquiry-based science project to be entered into the PTA Science Fair following their guidelines (information packers will be sent home in December.) Projects DUE at the end of January, 2019. (Dates TBD by announcement of MASF dates)
The Mountain Area Young Writers Conference is held in the spring each year. Students share published work with others and interact with guest authors. This is a one-time, evening event in which children will be expected to participate and parents are required to attend with their children. It will be hosted by a local elementary school and will take place on a Thursday evening from 6-8:30pm. DUE April, 2019 (Date to be announced)
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