SAVE THE DATE! LITTLEBROOK'S INTERNATIONAL NIGHT - Friday, April 27th, 6pm
A fun, free event for all the family - no tickets needed! Come and celebrate Littlebrook's rich diversity with crafts, games and activities, international food samplings and special live performances. Interested in representing a country at this event? It can be your country of origin, one where you have lived or simply know well. We would love to hear from you! Host a table, offer an activity or bring a special food. To sign up or find out what's involved, please contact Angela Weaver at A_L_Weaver@hotmail.com or via Konstella. We would also love to hear from you if you would like to volunteer to help run the event. See flyer below!
We could your use your help! Print out our handy handout, hang it in your house, and then start collecting used chip bags, bar wrappers, drink and food pouches and more! Not only will you feel good about helping LB achieve it's sustainability goals, but you'll also help us raise $ for the Joe Fund. Be sure to mark your calendar for the upcoming collection dates:3/28 (NOTE CHANGE), 4/26, 5/31, and 6/14.
Thank you for everyone who already contributed to the 2017-2018 PTO Fund! We made great progress toward our goal, which will go toward funding programs for your children, such as residencies, assemblies, and field trips. To contribute online, please follow this link to the PTO website, and to the PayPal icon in the upper right hand corner of the page.
There is still a need to help displaced Griggs residents into semi-permanent housing. Please help raise $2,500 this week by going to https://www.gofundme.com/ princetonvethelp.
Many schools across the nation are experiencing persistently high rates of suspension and expulsion for students of color and students with special needs. Please join renowned national expert, Dr. Anne Gregory, as she offers a synthesis of the latest knowledge about reform efforts in school discipline and highlights programming to prevent conflict and intervene constructively once conflict has occurred. This event is free and open to the public and will be held at the John Witherspoon Middle School Auditorium. For more information, see the flyer.
Annual Healthy Kids Day: YMCA fields, Sunday, April 29th. This event is open and free to the public and features lots of FREE fun activities for kids! It’s also a place of respite for the parents from the crowded streets of Communiversity. For more information go to https://princetonymca.org/ event/healthy-kids-day
5K/10K / Family 1M walk/ run: ETS campus, June 3rd. In partnership with Girls on the Run. for more information go to https://princetonymca.org/ events/action~oneday/exact_ date~6-3-2018/
HomeFront is holding its annual 5K Run/Walk and 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk. HomeFront is a Mercer County homelessness/hunger non profit with the mission of breaking the cycle of poverty. Please consider participating in this event by getting/staying healthy while helping homeless children. Plus, HomeFront's Rock and Roll for Hope theme, with the participation of Mr. McKenna's band this year will make this event one you won't want to miss! To start a team, or for more information, please go to www.homefrontnj.org,
Have you ever wanted to learn to row? The Princeton National Rowing Association is running and Adult Summer Rowing League geared toward brand new rowers as well as people who rowed a million years ago and wanted to get back in a boat. Let's put a Littlebrook team together - parents, teachers, administrators - and have some summer fun! The team will meet once per week in the evening during the summer at Caspersen Rowing Center on Mercer Lake in West Windsor. Please contact Littlebrook parent Hilary Gehman for more information at email@example.com