October 1, 2018 Volume 9, Issue 8
Please click here or see attached for the latest message from Principal Amsler about our awesome staff, school events, and safety reminders.
The Walk-a-Thon Committee invites you to celebrate with us this week!
Thursday, October, 4th join us for our Pre Walk-a-Thon Event during drop off time near the blacktop. We’ll have free coffee for parents, light snacks and water bottles for students to start getting hydrated for our event on Sunday. If you haven’t signed up yet, need more information or just want to say hi, stop by and chat with us.
Sunday, October 7th from 12pm-3:30pm join us to support our walkers during the school's Annual Walk-a-Thon Fundraiser. It will be a fun and festive event with music, delicious foods and carnival games. We’ll have prizes for the classes with most participation (Currently Ms. I's class)!
For the Winning Class: T/K-2nd: Pajama Day + Stuffy, 3rd-5th: Extra Recess
Overall Winning Class: Movie + Popcorn in the MPR
We need your help and participation to make this event a success for our kids.
Jen, Fabia, Vijay, Shamica, Paris and Maelle
Check For Lost & Found Items Before They Get Donated
Our lost and found is overflowing with items -- mostly sweatshirts. Parents and kids, please come look through it on Monday 10/1 and Tuesday 10/2 because at the end of Tuesday, all items will be bagged and donated. This happens at the end of every month to clear out the bins. Weekly volunteers do look for identifying information on items and attempt to return them to appropriate classrooms, so please do your best to label items sent to school and we'll do our best to help return what we can. If you have questions, contact Erin Metzler.
Save the Music Festival
Sunday, October 14th at 11am-5:30pm at Twin Pines Park in Belmont
SchoolForce is planning a FANTASTIC event with fun for the whole family and of course, it also generates funds for our schools. If you'd like free entry, you can sign up for a volunteer shift!
Kid Power Workshop
Thursday, October 18th at 6:30-8:30pm at Redwood Shores Elementary
Safe Routes to School is bringing an incredible, free to participants, Kid Power Workshop to our school in October. See flyer here. Parents, educators, and other adult leaders: learn skills to keep kids safe with people including strangers, peers, and others on their way to school and back home again! Come prepared to participate and learn skills you can teach to your child(ren). Please sign up on Konstella so we know how many people to expect. This workshop is for adults only, so book your babysitter now! If you have questions, please contact Shannon S. Moon. Click here for more information about Kid Power.
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Enrichment Club Information
Click here for details about Enrichment Clubs and sign-ups.
RSCA Hosts City Council Candidate Event
Supplies Requested for Girl Scout Project!
Donations for Samaritan House
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