(see your Konstella calendar for more details)
t 7 no school (election day)
track team bake sale at the armory
w 8 mathmagic!
middle school parent panel for 5th grade families
th 9 4th + 5th grade book club
thursday morning track run
photo retake day
Have you donated to the Annual Fund yet? The PTA has so many wonderful things planned for this year but we're still less than halfway to our goal, and this year our school is faced with significant budget cuts. Now more than ever, we need every PS107 family to contribute! Choose monthly payments or a lump sum; give online or via check to P.S. 107 PTA; ask your employer about corporate gift matching—it's all appreciated! ps107.org/donate
Bake Sale for the PS107 Track Team
Come to the track team bake sale on Election Day at the Park Slope Armory YMCA! Kids and parents are welcome to volunteer throughout the day! Please Sign up on Konstella to donate baked goods and help out during the bake sale.
We’ve had a great start to the year with high turnout, an exciting game of Math Jeopardy, Halloween-themed activities (with candy!), and a morning buying goods and ordering food as a part of core “money” skills. Join us next Wednesday for more fun!
We would also like to thank two contributors to our program: Brooklyn Game Lab has generously donated money to help cover the cost to run MathMagic! each week. They will be running a special Game Lab the morning of November 15, so if you haven’t yet joined us, this would be a great day to start! And thank you to Starbucks, who is donating the coffee to make the mornings even more magical for the parents, whose participation is greatly appreciated.
Photo Retake Day
Irvin Simon photography is coming this Thursday to take individual photos of students who were either absent on picture day or unhappy with their original portrait. If you would like your child's photo re-taken, please have them bring in their original photos on Photo Retake Day. (You can keep your classroom picture.) If your child was absent, please bring in the order form with payment. For children in the lower grades, you may want to email your teacher or send a note in your child's homework folder just as a heads up.