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Create a Positive Homework Environment


Do you have a child who hates to do homework? If you do, it is important not to get into a power struggle over the issue. A power struggle will only create stress in the household and rarely gets you what you want. So what can you do to help your child turn in homework on time?
Setting up the right type of environment is key. First of all, make sure there are no distractions. Turn off all electronics. Areas of the brain for memory and focus are used when listening to music. However, there is certain instrumental music that would qualify as white noise.
Secondly, giving your child some free time to burn off energy before beginning homework relaxes the brain and helps them start fresh. In addition, a healthy snack will remove hunger pains after a long day in school.  
Thirdly, having a comfortable table and chair encourages good posture while working. In addition, lighting that mimics natural sunlight is better than bright glaring lights. 
Finally, during homework time, it is wise to block any games, social media, or other distractions from the internet. Having a supply of paper, pens, markers, rulers, and the like is important to keep your child from leaving the work area. In addition, some parents use timers to set a limit of work time that is to be followed by a short break. This is repeated until the homework is done.  
Children who learn to complete their homework in a timely fashion are the ones who learn responsibility. The responsibility of completing tasks will prove beneficial when they enter the work world.

Bethany Stars!


This week, our Star Students are:

Emily C. - 5th Grade


Carson L. - 2th grade

Check out the hallway bulletin board for pictures of our weekly star students. Congratulations and keep up the great work!

Healthy Kids! 


With all the sickness going around and an additional confirmed case of Influenza A in the school again this week, I just wanted to take a minute and remind everybody of the symptoms to look out for and the policy here at Bethany.

Please remember......
1.) Your child should be fever free for at least 24 hours without any medication before sending them back to school.
2.) If your child is prescribed antibiotics, they should be on it for at least 24 hours before returning to school.
3.) If your child vomits or has diarrhea, they should be not attend school until 24 hours after the last spell of vomiting or diarrhea. 
4.) If your child is sent home from school due to vomiting or a fever, they may not return to school the following day. The 24 hour rule still applies. 
If we all work together, we can keep our students and faculty healthy! 

Musical Practices


February Calendar
March Calendar
April Calendar

Spirit Days


Wednesday: Dress like a Teacher Day. Want to be "teacher" for a day - here's your chance!
Thursday: Favorite Team/Jersey Day: Show off your favorite team colors!
Friday: KLA Spirit Day. Go Wolves! Show your spirit in purple, black and white!

Music Serenade & Art Auction


Mark your calendars for the annual Bethany Music Serenade on Friday, March 6 at 6pm. Students in K-4, Junior Choir, 7-8 Handbells, 5-6 Chimes, and a variety of instrumentalists and piano will be featured. (If your student will be playing their solo piano or instrumental piece, please sign up here by March 2nd) Come and hear our many different musical students and groups show off their talents!  
There will also be an art display and auction - buy tickets and try to win your favorite classroom-created art project! They make great centerpieces and conversation starters.

7-8 PLTW Help


Mrs. Novotny need 6 adults/teenagers to volunteer to be "patients." on Wednesday Feb. 26th at 2:00pm. The 7th and 8th graders will be asking the patient questions about their medical conditions. Don't worry you will have a script that you will be reading and using to answer their questions. If you are able to help please email (knovotny@bethanykenosha.org) or talk to Mrs. Novotny by Feb 24th. Thanks for the help in advance.

100th Anniversary


There are many things that need to be done for the 100th Anniversary celebration. The following subcommittees need assistance: 1) Invitations, 2) DVD video, 3) History booklet, 4) Dinner, 5) Memorabilia, and 6) Special Gift. We are looking for parents and others to assist us. If you would like to know more, contact the 100th Anniversary committee which consists of Pastor Pagel, Mr. Schultz, Steve Dankert, Miss Sternhagen, and Miss Petermann. Our next meeting is Thursday, February 20th from 6-7 PM. You are invited to join us.


Tuesday, Feb 18
Superhero/Royalty Day
3:20 - BOB Practice
3:30 - 5pm - A- team Boys
5-6:30pm - A Team Girls

Wednesday, Feb 19
Dress Like a Teacher
CHAPEL 
3:30- Robotics (1&4)
3:30 - Boys B-team practice
4:30 - Robotics (2&3)

Thursday, Feb 20
Favorite Team/ Jersey
3:30 - 5pm - A- team Boys
3:30 - 5pm - B- team Cheer PARTY @ Bethany
5-6:30pm - A Team Girls

Friday, Feb 21
KLA Spirit Day
SLHS A-Team Basketball Tournaments

Saturday, Feb 22
SLHS A-Team Basketball Tournaments

Sunday, Feb 23
8 & 10:30 am - Kenosha Worship
9:15 am - Sunday School @ Kenosha
10 am - Somers Worship
SLHS A-Team Basketball Tournaments

Tuesday, Feb 25
3:20 - BOB Practice
3:30 - Play Practice 

Wednesday, Feb 26
CHAPEL 
ASH WEDNESDAY 
3:30 & 6:30pm Ash Wednesday services

Thursday, Feb 27
3:30 - Play Practice

Friday Feb 28
NO SCHOOL

Saturday, Feb 29
A-Team WLS Lancer BB Tournaments 
5:30 pm - Worship @ Kenosha

Sunday, March 1
10:00 am - Unity Sunday Worship (All School Sings)
 

Winter Sports


The A-team tournaments will be held this weekend at Shoreland Lutheran High School beginning Friday. Girls A-team will play St. Johns Burlington at 7:30pm and Boys A will play WLS at 8:30pm. 

Brackets  - GIRLS & BOYS

The remaining weeks of lunch orders are due the Wednesday before the week you would like to order. Questions?
Contact Jen Vega
lunchandmilk@bethanykenosha.org

 
Hot Lunch and Milk Guidelines

March Order Form

March Menu

This Week...
W - Glazed Chicken Leg
Th - Beef Lasagna
F - Sloppy Joe

Next Week...
M - Chicken Taco
Tu - Smothered Chicken Fillet
W - Cheese Pizza Day
Th - Turkey Hot Dog
F - No School

Lunch Supplies 


The lunchroom is in need of 8oz water bottles. These donations help students have a more enjoyable lunch experience, but once they are gone, we won't have any left for their use.


All are welcome to join us for chapel every Wednesday morning at 8:00 in the church. It’s a great twenty minute start to your day!
 

K-8 sing for Unity Sunday
K-8 will sing "Victorious in Christ" for Bethany's Unity Sunday at 10:00 am on March 1. The service will be held out at Shoreland Lutheran High School. Please plan to arrive by 9:30 to rehearse.
 

The whole year calendar of singing events!

 

Robotics Practice 


After school robotics practices are tomorrow, February 19, teams 1&4 practice from 3:30-4:30 and teams 2&3 from 4:30-5:30. Finally, on Tuesday, February 25, teams 1&2 practice from 4:45-5:45 and teams 3&4 practice from 5:45-6:45. By switching the times around, we hope that everyone will have adequate time to practice.

School Choice


The Open Enrollment period for the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program is open and runs through April 16.
Visit chooseyourschoolwi.org
To get information on income limits to other enrollment information.


Our mailing address is:
2100 75th Street
Kenosha, WI 53142

Phone 262-654-3501
Fax 262-654-3234

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