Tuesday, May 1, 2018
  1. A, B, C's of good employees ( and Students)! O is for Organized.
  2. Popcorn Friday!
  3. All Battle of the Books teams please come to Mrs. Kwiatkowski's room to check when you battle next. The bracket is on the board in the back of the room. Battles start Tuesday.
  4. Outdoor Skills Club - Permission slips are now available for our all day field trip to the MacKenzie Nature Center in Poynette, Wi on May 16. Students have the opportunity to attend the Midwest Outdoor Heritage and Education Expo for free. This is a unique opportunity to learn about wildlife, fish, plants , and outdoor activities in a hands on manor. Students will get to throw tomahawks, shoot archery, cast a fly, tie a fly, touch baby pheasants, eat a fish fry and more. Please stop by the club white board and get your permission slips today. All permission slips are due back back Wednesday, May 9.

Wednesday, May 2, 2018
  1. Happy Birthday to Aiden M.,
  2. A, B, C's of good employees ( and Students)! P is for Polite.
  3. Popcorn Friday!
  4. Don't forget to donate to the Vanhar Foundation! Currently, Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Glisch are tied for the pizza party!
  5. Outdoor Skills Club - Permission slips are now available for our all day field trip to the MacKenzie Nature Center in Poynette, Wi on May 16. Students have the opportunity to attend the Midwest Outdoor Heritage and Education Expo for free. This is a unique opportunity to learn about wildlife, fish, plants , and outdoor activities in a hands on manor. Students will get to throw tomahawks, shoot archery, cast a fly, tie a fly, touch baby pheasants, eat a fish fry and more. Please stop by the club white board and get your permission slips today. All permission slips are due back back Wednesday, May 9.
  6. No band lessons today. Lessons are rescheduled this week during you other compass time!

Thursday, May 3, 2018
  1. CAREER IDEA! Railyard Engineers drive trains and engines in a railroad yard, industrial plant, quarry or construction zone. They make sure trains and cars are working well. They talk to conductors and other workers about where to go. They signal other crew by using lanterns, hand signals, radios and telephones.
  2. A, B, C's of good employees ( and Students)! Q is for Qualified.
  3. Popcorn Friday
  4. Hunger Games Book Club meets today from 11:20-12:00 in Mrs. Mangold's room. Please bring your lunch, book, and discussion packet. See you there!
  5. Don't have a book for the Book Swap - See Mrs. Lovrine or Mrs Dunbar in the library for a book to donate. While Supplies Last!

Friday, May 4, 2018
  1. Happy Birthday to Grace H, Damian T., Riley B.
  2. A, B, C's of good employees ( and Students)! R is for Respectful.
  3. Popcorn Friday! Last chance!
  4. One more week to donate toys/money to the Vanhar Foundation!
  5. Monday is the last Basketball Club meeting.


    Both Boys and Girls Basketball Club will meet in the GYM after school until 4:30pm.
  6. The Governor of Wisconsin has ordered flags to fly at half-staff, on Friday, May 4, 2018, staff in honor of Rico Caruso, Klint Mitchell, and Gregory Rosenthal, who lost their lives when the medical transport helicopter they were aboard crashed while returning from a successful patient transfer.
    In accordance with the order, please ensure that the flag of the United States and the flag of the State of Wisconsin are flown at half-staff at all state facilities beginning at sunrise on Friday, May 4, 2018, and ending at sunset on that same date.
    Executive Order #289
  7. 6th grade choir members wishing to be in the French small group need to come to the choir room at recess today for our first rehearsal.

Monday, May 7, 2018
  1. A, B, C's of good employees ( and Students)! S is for Sharing.
  2. Boys and Girls Basketball Club meet in the GYM after school today until 4:30p
  3. This is the last week to donate toys and money for Vanhar! Mrs. Glisch and Mrs. Thompson are still tied for first place to win the pizza party! :)
  4. Karsen S. to the office please.
  5. Outdoor Skills Club - Permission slips are now available for our all day field trip to the MacKenzie Nature Center in Poynette, Wi on May 16. Students have the opportunity to attend the Midwest Outdoor Heritage and Education Expo for free. This is a unique opportunity to learn about wildlife, fish, plants , and outdoor activities in a hands on manor. Students will get to throw tomahawks, shoot archery, cast a fly, tie a fly, touch baby pheasants, eat a fish fry and more. Please stop by the club white board and get your permission slips today. All permission slips are due back back this Wednesday, May 9.
  6. Band Students! If you are interested in designing a cover for our program, come see Mr. Guzman ASAP!!
  7. Dyer Fun Night- This Friday is our last fun night of the year! Come and say goodbye to the 6th graders and hello to the incoming 5th graders while playing games, dancing and having tons of fun! There will be ice cream sundaes and other items available to purchase. Admission is $1 per person. Permission slips will be available in the office tomorrow.

Tuesday, May 8, 2018
  1. Dyer Fun Night this Friday from 3:!0-5pm Grab your permission slip today and bring it with you to get in the door. Admission is $1 per person.
  2. Alex K. to the office please.
  3. Shawn H. to the office please.
  4. Band Students! If you are interested in designing a cover for our program, come see Mr. Guzman ASAP!! Completed designs are due THIS THURSDAY MAY 10TH TO MR GUZMAN.
  5. 5th Grade band students need their chromebooks in class today!

Wednesday, May 9, 2018
  1. A, B, C's of good employees ( and Students)! U is for Understanding.
  2. The Dyer WordMasters Year-End Celebration is today! If you took at least 2 of the 3 tests this year, please join us at 11:05 (5th grade) and 11:30 (6th grade) to celebrate a great season. (Save room for ice cream.)
  3. Dyer Fun Night-Ice Cream Social THIS Friday, do you have your permission slip yet?
  4. Student Council- If you signed up to bring a breakfast item for the Teacher Appreciation breakfast tomorrow, don't forget to bring it! Also, let Miss Cooper or Mrs. Maike know if you are able to come at 7:20 to help set up!


Thursday, May 10, 2018
  1. Happy Birthday to Brody T.,
  2. A, B, C's of good employees ( and Students)! V is for Valuable.
  3. Tomorrow is the LAST day to donate toys/money to the Vanhar Foundation! Mrs. Glisch's class is in the lead!
  4. Hunger Games Book Club meets today from 11:20-12:00 in Mrs. Mangold's room. Please bring your lunch, book, and discussion packet. See you there!
  5. Shine Club meets today.
  6. Dyer Fun Night-Ice Cream Social. Come and dance, play games, meet new people and have a great time. 3:10-5pm Admission is $1 and there will be ice cream sundaes and other refreshments available to purchase.
  7. Congratulations to all the participants of Battle of the Books. Our third place team was Pancake and the Dill Noodle, Aubrey D., Demitri D., and Kenzie B.. Our second place team was Will Tell Ya Later, Maddie T., Ava F., and Robert B. Our first place team was Gama Ice Cougars, Gio G., Calvin C., and Ian N.! Congratulations to all these teams; there were some tough battles at the end!
  8. Ellie P. to the office please.
  9. 6th grade band students need to bring chromebooks to class during homeroom!
  10. ALL band students. Please turn in your designs for the cover of our concert program TODAY (by the end of the day).
  11. Daymeon D. to the office please.
  12. Ellie P. to the office please.



Friday, May 11, 2018
  1. Happy Birthday on May 12th to Kylee Z., Kihara G.
  2. Happy Birthday on May 13th to Juan S.,
  3. A, B, C's of good employees ( and Students)! W is for Wise.
  4. Dyer Fun Night is tonight 3:10-5pm. Please put backpacks/jackets in the cafeteria.
  5. 6th grade choir members in the French small group need to come to the choir room at recess today for rehearsal - we only have 3 rehearsals to learn it, so each one is MANDATORY.
  6. Band Concert Program designs are due TODAY BEFORE LUNCH. GET THEM IN ASAP.

Monday, May 14, 2018
  1. Happy Birthday to Grace W.,
  2. A, B, C's of good employees ( and Students)! X is for Xtra Working.
  3. Postcard Club meets tomorrow after school in the Compass room until 4:30pm.
  4. Scrapbook Club-this will be our last meeting, we meet until 4pm.
  5. Safety Patrol-6th grade Safety will be gone Thursday-Friday on their WI Dells trip. 5th grade safety patrol will be covering for them while they are gone.
  6. Congratulations to Mrs. Trawitzke's class for donating the most for the Vanhar Fundraiser! As a school, we received over 130 toys and $135!
  7. Outdoor Skills Club - Club members who have been chosen to attend the MOHEE field trip on Wednesday should double check the club white board for their name. All parents who have volunteered to chaperone have been chosen as well.
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Tuesday, May 15, 2018
  1. Happy Birthday to Logan H., Ian H., Iris H., Isaac H., Lola P.
  2. A, B, C's of good employees ( and Students)! Y is for Yes. ( Being willing to say yes when asked to do something)
  3. Scrapbook club meets today until 4pm.
  4. 5th Grade band practice logs are due TODAY.
  5. 6th grade band practice logs are due THURSDAY.
  6. Today, Governor Walker signed Executive Order #292, relating to Peace Officers’ Memorial Day and Police Week.
    Accordingly, please ensure that the flags of the United States and the State of Wisconsin are flown at half-staff at all State facilities beginning at sunrise on Tuesday, May 15, 2018, and ending at sunset on that same date.
    Furthermore, the Order gives authority to any jurisdiction in Wisconsin to fly the flags of the United States and the State of Wisconsin at half-staff on any day during Police Week (May 13, 2018 to May 19, 2018) for the purpose of honoring, in a public ceremony, peace officers who have given their lives in the line of duty.
    Executive Order #292 is now available online - or at http://dma.wi.gov/DMA (public affairs, flag-lowering orders).T
  7. Peer Helpers who do not have another commitment during homeroom - please meet in Mrs. Hoesly's room today (bring your chromebook).
  8. Outdoor Skills Club - Students who are attending tomorrow's field trip to the Midwest Outdoor Heritage and Education Expo in Poynette, are reminded to meet in the school parking lot at 7:20. You are reminded to pack a lunch, a water bottle, a rain coat, and possible sunscreen. Please wear pants and comfortable shoes to walk in the woods and in the grass. Remind your parents that they are to pick you up between 5 and 5:30 from the Dyer parking lot.

Wednesday, May 16, 2018
  1. Happy Birthday to Evan D., Logan W.,
  2. A, B, C's of good employees ( and Students)! Z is for Zippy.
  3. There will be a 5th grade choir rehearsal today to make up for not having one tomorrow.
  4. Danika B to the office please
  5. A ring was found in Mr. Lynch's room yesterday. If it is yours please come to the office to identify it.
  6. There is a Jazz band rehearsal this morning at 8:15 am.
  7. The yearbooks are here and will be handed out to students the last week of school. The office has 28 yearbooks left for sale. If you have not purchased one and would like to the cost is $12.75.



Thursday, May 17, 2018
  1. Happy Birthday to Isabella K., Pascual C.,
  2. Hunger Games Book Club meets today from 11:20-12:00 in Mrs. Mangold's room. Please bring your lunch, book, and discussion packet. See you there!
  3. Safety Patrols-5th graders, make sure you show up for your assigned duty or find a sub if you are ill.
  4. The yearbooks are here and will be handed out to students the last week of school. The office has 28 yearbooks left for sale. If you have not purchased one and would like to the cost is $12.75. Wondering if you purchased one........check with Mrs. Brody in the office.
  5. 6th Grade band students. Practice logs are due TODAY. Turn them in today or tomorrow!
  6. "Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time." ~Thomas A. Edison.

Friday, May 18, 2018
  1. Happy Birthday to Clara J., Ava H., Keegan J.
  2. Happy Birthday May 19th to Tucker L., Aben B.,
  3. "Keep your face to the sunshine and you can not see a shadow." ~ Helen Keller
  4. Outdoor Skills Club - Club members who attended the field trip to Poynette on Wednesday need to stop in the art room on Monday during homeroom to sign a thank you card for Pishtaka.
  5. Art Students - Any art student who had artwork kept for the art display case and or art contests can stop in Mr. Tonn's room during homeroom on Monday to claim their work.
  6. Today every student at Dyer School will be bringing home (1) free admission ticket to Chocolate Fest. Tickets were donated to Dyer School by Mr. Bil Scherrer and the Chocolate Fest Committee. Do not lose the ticket because we cannot replace it. You get only (1) so take care of it and take it directly home. We would suggest stapling it into your planner.

Monday, May 21, 2018
  1. Happy Birthday to Brody S.,
  2. Dive into Summer spirit day this Friday! Wear your favorite appropriate beachwear!
  3. All band students need to bring their instrument to school tomorrow!
  4. "The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today." ~ H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
  5. Outdoor Skills Club - Club members who attended the field trip to Poynette last Wednesday need to stop in the art room today during homeroom to sign a thank you card for Pishtaka.
  6. Art Students - Any art student who had artwork kept for the art display case and or art contests can stop in Mr. Tonn's room during homeroom today to claim their work.
  7. Students, please check the lost and found for your items. If you have lost it, we have probably found it, and if you don't know you lost it, we have probably found it. All items left on the last day of school will be donated to Love, Inc. or thrown away.
  8. There is a box of small lost items in the office. If you have lost jewelry, earbuds, keys etc. it might be in the office. Please stop in during a passing time or your lunch time to describe what you lost and we'll see if we have it. Again, anything left on the last day of school will be discarded.
  9. The President of the United States has proclaimed that the flag of the United States be flown at half-staff nationwide until Tuesday, May 22, 2018, as a mark of respect for the victims of the shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas.
    In accordance with this proclamation, please ensure that the flag of the United States and the flag of the State of Wisconsin are flown at half-staff at all state facilities, beginning today and ending at sunset on Tuesday, May 22, 2018.
  10. Bailey H. to the office please


Tuesday, May 22, 2018
  1. Happy Birthday to Grace W., Christian W., Jonathan L., Cody L.
  2. Dive into Summer spirit day Friday!
  3. "Try to the be the rainbow in someone's cloud." ~ Maya Angelou
  4. Peer Helpers encourage you to give at least three compliments (to 3 different people today) - make it sincere
  5. Behavior at dismissal last night was not the Dyer Way. There was running, screaming, pushing and shoving. You all know this is not allowed and must be corrected for the safety of all the students. To those students who were following the rules at dismissal and staying safe, THANK YOU!
  6. Julia F. to the office please.
    1. The President of the United States has proclaimed that the flag of the United States be flown at half-staff nationwide until Tuesday, May 22, 2018, as a mark of respect for the victims of the shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas.
      In accordance with this proclamation, please ensure that the flag of the United States and the flag of the State of Wisconsin are flown at half-staff at all state facilities, beginning today and ending at sunset on Tuesday, May 22, 2018.
  7. Outdoor Skills Club - Club members who attended the field trip to Poynette on Wednesday need to stop in the art room today during homeroom to sign a thank you card for Pishtaka.
  8. Art Students - Any art student who had artwork kept for the art display case and or art contests can stop in Mr. Tonn's room during homeroom today to claim their work.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018
  1. Happy Birthday to Natalie L., Caleb M, Molly D., Aidan D.,
  2. CAREER IDEA! Archivists works with old, valuable documents and records. They organize old records and create a reference system. They copy records to film, videotape, audiotapes and disks. If you are fascinated by history and like to plan, organize, and collect items, this job might be a good fit.
  3. Dive into Summer spirit day Friday!
  4. Every moment is fresh beginning
  5. Katelyn S to the office please.

Thursday, May 24, 2018
  1. Dive into Summer spirit day tomorrow!
  2. Hunger Games Book Club meets today from 11:20-12:00 in Mrs. Mangold's room. Please bring your lunch, book, and discussion packet. See you there!
  3. Impossible is just an opinion ~ adapted from a quote from Muhammad Ali
  4. Art Students - Mr. Tonn still has many works of art that were kept over the course of the year for art shows, contests, and the display case, please stop down during homeroom to pick your's up.
  5. Outdoor Skills Club - there are still club members who need to come down during homeroom today to sign the thank you card for Pistaka.
  6. Band students-All students must go to compass and report to Mrs. Yambor before coming to lessons!
  7. 6th Grade band students need chromebooks for class today.

Friday, May 25, 2018
  1. Happy Birthday May 26th to Kaitlyn S., Jacelyn L.,
  2. Happy Birthday May 27th to Addison B.,
  3. Happy Birthday May 28th to Morrison S.,
  4. Postcard Club meets Tuesday in the Compass room after school until 4:30pm.
  5. "Difficult roads always lead to beautiful destinations." ~ Author Unknown
  6. French song small group - today is the last rehearsal. Montessori students should bring their lunches to eat in the music room so we can practice with the whole group.
  7. Library - Summer Checkout - Need a book or two or ten? Stop in at the library and check out some summer reading.
  8. Lola P and Kaden H to the office please

Tuesday, May 29, 2018
  1. Happy Birthday to Shea H.,
  2. Our last Student Council meeting is Thursday until 4:15.
  3. Popcorn Friday!!
  4. Mr. Guzman is not in this morning. There will be no lessons this morning.
  5. To the office please: Daphie E and Ben P.
  6. Peer Helpers - Please meet in Mrs. Hoesly's room during 6th grade lunch for a thank you treat. Bring your lunch with you. (Galaxy House peer helpers - you can choose to either bring your lunch, or just join us for the treat)
  7. Art Students - There are still many works of art that need to be claimed. Please stop down in the art room during homeroom this week to claim yours.
  8. “The beautiful thing about setbacks is they introduce us to our strengths.” ~ Robin Sharma


Wednesday, May 30, 2018
  1. Happy Birthday to Weston K.,
  2. Our final Student Council meeting is tomorrow!
  3. Popcorn Friday
  4. "It's not how you start, it's how you finish - FINISH STRONG." ~ Jim George
  5. Library - Summer Checkout - Need a book or two or ten? Stop in at the library and check out some summer reading.
  6. Shine Club: due to schedule conflicts, there will NOT be another Shine Club meeting this year.
  7. 5th Grade Choir- all available members should attend rehearsal today since we did not have one this week and our concert is tomorrow. Any available 6th grade choir members are encouraged to attend as well to practice our combined songs - especially if you are a soloist.
  8. Students - Do not peel paint off of the building. This is vandalism and there will be consequences for this behavior.
  9. Alex K to the office please.

Thursday, May 31, 2018
  1. Happy Birthday to Paige D.,
  2. Student Council meeting today until 4:15!
  3. Hunger Games Book Club meets today from 11:20-12:00 in Mrs. Mangold's room. Please bring your lunch, book, and discussion packet. See you there!
  4. Popcorn Friday
  5. Today is a great day to put your best foot forward! Fifth graders will be meeting your teachers and classmates for next year; Sixth graders will be heading to Karcher to do the same. You only get one chance to make that first impression - represent yourself well.
  6. Library Helper Ice Cream Party tomorrow during Homeroom.
  7. Choir concert tonight! Wear polos and black bottoms; be in choir room at 6:40, concert starts at 7. Bring water bottles.
  8. Students - Do not peel paint off of the building. This is vandalism and there will be consequences for this behavior.
  9. There are still some yearbooks for sale. Don't miss out. Reserve your yearbook soon.