Morley Nelson Elementary PTO

Find out all of the upcoming PTO events and announcements for Morley Nelson Elementary. PTO BOARD MEMBERS for 2020/2021 school year
President - Katie Mowat Parke​
Vice President - Anna Rostock
Treasurer - Wendy Harvey​
Secretary - Brittany Albizo

Operating as usual

[02/18/21]   Reminder: Tea Party Donations are due Friday the 19th to your child’s classroom. Thank you for all your support!

02/10/2021
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[10/05/20]   PTO Meeting tomorrow Tuesday Oct 6 at 4:30pm
We would LOVE for you to join us. Please either comment with your email or email Principal Situm directly for the link:

[email protected]
Here is a rough agenda

Principal update
Fundraiser updates
Ear bud update
Disposable mask update

smore.com 08/30/2020

Morley Nelson Parent Newsletter

smore.com Dear Families, Dear Families,Please see important announcements at the end of this newsletter regarding in-person testing for K - 2...

sites.google.com 08/19/2020

Parent/Student Online Learning Tools Training

sites.google.com

[08/17/20]   Happy 1st day of school. Hope all is going well and the kids are enjoying seeing who is in their class and meeting their teachers.

08/08/2020

Morley Nelson Elementary School

We had a beautiful, amazing, and productive morning. MN Community Schools connected and collaborated with The Mission Continues organization to create more outdoor space for our students to use during lunch and for outdoor class space. TMC is an organization of Veterans who have served our country and continue to serve in their communities through their expertise, trade, and labor. Today, they donated and built these beautiful tables and bolted them to the ground for us Raptors. 🦅
COVID forced us to cut the project in two steps to maintain social distancing. To be continued...
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your continued selfless service. 🙏🏼❤️
The Mission Continues

#bsdpride #mnraptorpride #ittakesavillage

smore.com 08/08/2020

Morley Nelson Parent Newsletter

smore.com Morley Nelson Parent Newsletter Dear Families,Welcome to Raptor Country, where we begin virtual (neighborhood) learning and online...

wired.com 08/07/2020

How to Set Up Your Kid’s Virtual Work/Play Space

Some excellent tips!

wired.com Children need some room of their own just as much as their parents. Here’s how to help them get into the Zoom zone.

07/21/2020

The first day of school is coming up quickly. Have you started shopping for your school supplies? Here are the supply list for each grade at Morley Nelson.

07/06/2020

Morley Nelson Elementary School

Please see the attached letter regarding the Boise School District and Morley Nelson's reopening plans. We have included our Power Point presentation in 4 different languages.
#bsdpride #mnrsptorpride

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docs.google.com 07/06/2020

Copy of Spanish Morley Nelson FALL reopening plan

docs.google.com Primaria de Morley Nelson Plan de reapertura para el otoño - Primaria de Morley Nelson Plan de operación (pandemia) Actualizado el 3 de julio del 2020 Misión: La Primaria de Morley Nelson ofrece un ambiente seguro y positivo en el que una comunidad diversa de estudiantes logra su máximo potencia...

06/29/2020

Boise School District

Registration Opens July 13th, Classes Begin August 17! Boise Schools will provide an online learning program for grades K-12 to deliver grade level instruction in an online format for students who are unable to attend traditional in-person school. In July, students will enroll in the Boise Online School, a stand-alone school which will provide instruction in all core content areas and basic electives and will be presented in an online format. https://www.boiseschools.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=508306&pageId=93636093

06/25/2020

KTVB

The free lunch program is being held at Ann Morrison Park starting on June 28th.

06/18/2020

KTVB

Per CDC guidelines, the school district is recommending the use of face masks or face shields for both staff and students.

06/18/2020

Morley Nelson Elementary School

Boise Schools Reopening Plan

boiseschools.org 06/11/2020

Draft Fall Reopening Plan Released; Input Sought

boiseschools.org Boise School District has released a draft district-wide operations plan for the reopening of our schools on August 17, 2020. Members of the public can review the draft plan and make comments online through 5 p.m. Monday, June 15, 2020.

05/27/2020

Box Tops for Education

We're appreciating teachers now more than ever! Post about a teacher you appreciate with #GiveExtraCredit. For each post May 11-May 31, we'll donate $1 to Kids In Need Foundation’s Supply A Teacher program up to $150,000. btfe.com/giveextracredit

everythingspossible.boiseschools.org 05/26/2020

Boise Public Schools

everythingspossible.boiseschools.org Our teachers and staff have curated a centralized resource to ensure stay-at-home learning continues during our school closure. As we move forward through the current closure, we will provide additional, richer learning services for students as well as continue to provide meals, childcare, and other...

05/22/2020

Idaho Statesman

“There are too many students who cannot grow socially and emotionally if they are not in the building.”

05/21/2020

Morley Nelson Elementary School

Dear Raptors,

Congratulation on promoting to the next grade level in the fall!

Best wishes to our first Sixth Grade Leadership Class at Morley promoting to Junior High School... You will be the graduating class of 2026!

We are proud of ALL our students!

Happy Summer Raptors and best wishes in all your future endeavors.

Ms. Situm, Mrs. Velasco & Staff

05/21/2020

Morley Nelson Elementary School

Summer Send Off will look a little different this year due to Covid-19.

We hope you will come see us for the first ever "Morley Nelson Wave Parade" on Friday, 2:00-2:30.

While we will be standing at a safe distance from everyone, we would LOVE to see your smiling faces waving at us from your vehicle as you drive by Morley Nelson.

Staff will practice social distancing as they line the street and parking lot in front of Morley Nelson.

We miss you all!

#bsdpride #mnraptorpride #lastdayofschool

05/19/2020

Morley Nelson Elementary School

Summer Send Off will look a little different this year due to Covid-19.

We hope you will come see us for the first ever "Morley Nelson Wave Parade" on Friday, 2:00-2:30.

While we will be standing at a safe distance from everyone, we would LOVE to see your smiling faces waving at us from your vehicle as you drive by Morley Nelson.

Staff will practice social distancing as they line the street and parking lot in front of Morley Nelson.

We miss you all!

#bsdpride #mnraptorpride #lastdayofschool

05/18/2020

Boise School District

We do know that school will look differently in the fall. Here’s what we’re planning to offer online learning that will meet our students’ needs. Link in bio or https://www.boiseschools.org/parents___patrons/health_services/coronavirus__covid-19__information___resources_/5_17_-_daily_update_-_fall_online_learning_plan #everythingspossiblebsd #bsdpride #onlinelearning

05/15/2020

Morley Nelson Elementary School

Grow A Healthy Family Challenge.

idahoednews.org 05/14/2020

Little outlines plan to cut public school funding by $99 million

Boise School District

Daily Update

5/14/2020

We know it is almost impossible to keep up with the latest developments as our community responds to COVID-19. Each of these items below are evolving rapidly, and there are many details to be worked out. Please bear with us as we continue to work through these challenging times.

Budget Update

As we plan for the future, we are beginning to develop a deeper understanding of both the short and long-term impact the COVID-19 crisis will have on the District’s budget. We’ve included a brief snapshot of the factors we are considering as we develop our budget for the 2020 - 21 school year:

The Governor’s order of a 1% budget holdback in 2019 - 20 state funding for K-12 has already reduced funding to Boise School District by $1.45 million.

The Governor has announced that he will request an additional 5% holdback for K-12 for the 2020 - 21 school year. Boise School District will lose an estimated $7.3 million under a 5% holdback.

This estimate does not include reduced state funding ($500,000) due to limited alternative school enrollments for summer 2020 or a reduction in interest earnings ($750,000).

While some relief will come from Federal coronavirus spending (CARES Act) in the amount of $3.8 million, the majority of these funds will be earmarked to cover costs associated with providing online education and meeting the needs of our special populations.

There is also uncertainty regarding a possible decline in Fall enrollment due to individual family decisions to keep students out over concerns of COVID-19.

Prior to the Coronavirus crisis, the Boise School District projected an estimated drop of 300 students in enrollment for 2020 - 21.

Bond Projects

Due to current and future concerns over significant cuts to our budget, we will pause all pre-bid capital projects, including the expansion and remodels slated for Longfellow, Collister and Roosevelt Elementary schools, as well as the construction of a new school in Harris Ranch. While we have been able to cover some rising construction costs from our General Fund budget, we cannot assume those dollars will be there as we plan for the future.

Fall Planning

Unfortunately, there are more questions than answers for the 2020 - 2021 school year. We are monitoring the guidance provided by the Idaho State Board of Education and Central District Health. At this point, our expectation is that our schools will open, as scheduled, in August. While we will offer a safe in-person school experience, we do know it will look differently than how our schools operated prior to COVID-19. Here’s what we are doing right now:

In an attempt to develop a more accurate picture of parent expectations, we will conduct a survey of parents prior to the end of this academic year to solicit input on day-to-day learning options, school environment, as well as overall concerns.

We will offer a deeper, richer and more interactive online learning experience for students who cannot physically return to school and those families who choose not to have their children participate in traditional school due to COVID-19. A team of teachers, content supervisors, principals and District Administrators are working to develop our online learning program.

In anticipation of the need for a more robust online educational experience, as well as the need for either short or long-term closures due to major outbreak or student/staff infection, the District will roll-out a One-to-One device plan for the Fall.

At this point, we are considering multiple strategies to comply with social distancing guidelines and still be able to provide an environment favorable to learning. Some options, such as staggered or alternate day attendance schedules, may create more issues for families than they solve. Put simply, there is no magic bullet.

Additional Items of Note

May Primary/School Levies:

For the first time ever, the State of Idaho will conduct a mail-only vote for the May 19, 2020 Primary Election. For more information, please visit IdahoVotes.gov.

In addition to the usual candidate primary races, a number of school districts, including our neighbors, West Ada and Mountain Home are requesting supplemental levies. Please do not forget to vote this May.

Complete U.S. Census:

Did you know that an accurate Census count helps support our students and education programs? From preschool programs up to universities, the 2020 Census will have an impact on the funding that our education systems receive. It’s up to you, and all of us, to be counted. Please complete the 2020 Census. Learn more at: www.treasurevalleycensus.com.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work through the many challenges related to the coronavirus crisis. Your support of our students and families has been a true bright spot in what has been a difficult time for our community. Please stay safe and stay well.

Boise School District Administration

https://www.idahoednews.org/news/little-outlines-plan-to-cut-public-school-funding-by-99-million/

idahoednews.org The state won’t balance next year’s budget without the cuts, Little said.

05/14/2020

Morley Nelson Elementary School

Did you know that an accurate Census count helps support our students and education programs? From preschool programs up to universities, the 2020 Census will have an impact on the funding that our education systems receive. It’s up to you, and all of us, to be counted.
Please complete the 2020 Census.
#mnraptorpride #bsdpride #everythingspossible

05/11/2020

Morley Nelson Elementary School

Good afternoon Raptors. If you have used the food pantry in the past, would you please consider completing this survey so that we may better serve your needs. Thank you. Mrs. Self

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/B33YWZL

05/07/2020

Good Morning Morley Nelson Raptors!

I hope you are all staying safe and staying healthy!

Since we are ending what would have been the 19/20 school year we need to elect the PTO board members for the 20/21 school year - but since we are unable to hold meetings we have done things a little different this year...

We have 4 board member positions and we have 4 PTO members that are willing to run for those positions so without further ado...let's give a warm Raptor welcome to the 20/21 Morley Nelson PTO Board Members...

President - Katie Mowat Parke​

Vice President - Anna Rostock

Treasurer - Wendy Harvey​

Secretary - Brittany Albizo

04/30/2020

Morley Nelson Elementary School

May Family Newsletter.
#mnraptorpride #bsdpride

04/27/2020

MY 102.7

Do your kiddos have an awesome teacher they want to shout-out on the radio?! 👏👏👏 Download the free My 102.7 app and follow the instructions below. Joey & Lauren in the Morning will be airing messages every morning at 9:00AM starting Monday May 4th!

04/20/2020

Idaho Public Television

Each weekday morning, we broadcast school lessons for students in grades 3, 4, 5 & 6 taught by Idaho teachers!

CLASSROOM IDAHO: LEARN @ HOME airs each day on our CREATE channel (one of our five free over-the-air channels that you can find by rescanning your TV). Daily lessons are also available on IdahoPTV's YouTube channel.

Thanks to our partners at the Idaho State Department of Education and Idaho Business for Education. More details here:

04/20/2020

Boise School District

Our Grab-and-Go Meal Service will expand to include suppers and fresh fruits and vegetables at most sites: https://www.boiseschools.org/news/what_s_new/_essential_meal_services_for_children_expanding

04/18/2020

Everything's Possible - Boise School District

Our community and our district are facing unprecedented challenges, and the kids in our neighborhoods need us now more than ever. The Food Services team, led by Christy Smith, has partnered with multiple local agencies to serve grab-and-go meals to students. The team even began using the lifts on handicapped school buses to more safely and quickly serve over 3,500 meals each day from 12 sites and routes. If your family could benefit, please reach out at (208) 854-4000.

#EverythingsPossibleBSD #BoiseSchools #BoiseSchoolDistrict #Community #BoiseKind #BSDPride #StayHealthy #StaySafe

Welcome to Morley Nelson Elementary PTO

Welcome to the Morley Nelson Elementary PTO page! It is our pleasure to be a part of such a wonderful elementary school with such great teachers, support staff and parents!

Our goal as the PTO (Parent Teacher Organization) is to help support our teachers and staff with needs throughout the year as well as host fundraisers and fun events throughout the year.

There are many ways parents can help our school by volunteering in your child's classroom, support fundraisers, helping with events we host and much more!

If you are interested in volunteering, joining PTO and more feel free to contact us for more information!

Location

Telephone

Address


7701 W Northview St
Boise, ID
83704

General information

PTO President - Natashe Melendez PTO Vice President - Katie Parke PTO Secretary - Wendy Harvey PTO Treasurer - Stephanie Kirschenmann
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