Husky Connection April 23rd-27th

Husky Connection April 23rd-27th

 

 

Here is what is happening this week:

April 23rd: Pacific Science Center comes to us! A “Math Blast” We could use some helping hands at this event! event.http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0b4fada922abfa7-pacific

April 24th: 4th Grade Field Trip to Pioneer Farms, 9:30-1:30 PM

April 26th: Kindergarten Field Trip to the Theater 10:00-1:00 PM

April 23rd-27th: Spring Book Fair. We are in need of volunteers to help us sell books & help kids select the “Just right” book for them. This book fair is held during the school day from April 23 – 27. Please sign up here to help out!  http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0b4fada922abfa7-spring1

Looking Ahead:

April 30th: 1st Grade Field Trip to the Theater 9:00-12:00 PM

May 2nd: 4th Grade Social Studies Fair 4:30-6:00 PM

May 3rd: Broda and Reide’s classes Field Trip to White River Valley Museum, 10:45-1:30 PM

May 3rd: Kindergarten Music Concert, 7:00

May 4th: Corley’s class Field Trip to White River Valley Museum, 10:45-1:30 PM

May 8th: PTA Meeting 7:00 PM

May 9th: Meeker Meeting for 5th Grade Parents 6:00-7:00 PM

For your information:

School Safety:  Interested in becoming more involved with this topic, and exploring ways how parents can work together to improve safety/building access/emergency planning?  Join other parents in the newly formed CHE Parent Advisory Group (PAG).  The PAG represents a friendly, welcome and open forum between parents to discuss issues that affect our school.  For more information, please email chepag98422@gmail.com.

Visitors or Volunteers: Please remember to sign in at the office for your volunteer badge or sticker. If you are not wearing one, you will be asked to return to the office.

Free Book Resource: Staff and students have donated books for student use. The books are located in the lower area of our building as you enter the 3-5th grade hall, near the elevator. We encourage you to select a few books and also leave a few! Please enjoy our little library.

Golden Acorn Nominations now being accepted: It’s not often that we get to formally recognize volunteers! Now is your chance!

Each year the PTA participates in a Washington State PTA Awards program called the “Golden Acorn”.  The Golden Acorn is a way for the PTA to recognize outstanding volunteers in our school.  Who should be nominated?  The choices are many!  The mom you see updating bulletin boards outside classrooms.  The dad that is reading in the hallway with kids. The volunteer that coordinates major PTA activities. The parent that copies, copies, and copies some more for their child’s teacher. The PTA board member that helps to move our PTA programs forward.  The parent that pops popcorn, rings up sales at the book fair, or helps with marathon!

Whether front and center or behind the scenes, our school runs largely on the work and passion of our parent volunteers.  Please take a moment to think about those volunteers that have given so much to our school this year, and fill out our super quick and easy nomination form! It will only take a few minutes of your time!

Two winners will be selected and announced at our Volunteer Assembly on June 7th.  The recipients receive a small token of appreciation from the PTA, and a donation is made to a scholarship fund with the Washington State PTA, in the recipient’s name.

We hope that you will consider nominating someone who you are proud to work with here at Crescent Heights!Completed nomination forms can be returned to your child’s teacher or to the school office by May 4th.

Additional Playground Supervisor needed: Crescent Heights is a great place to work! 10:50-1:20 p.m, $12 per hour, Mon-Fri. Contact Mr. McGeeney if you are interested. 253.571.5551

Summer Learning Reading Camp: For current 2nd and 3rd graders, June 25th-July 26th 8:30-1:00, please contact your child’s teacher for more information.

Community:

The NE Tacoma Healthy Kids Coalition needs volunteers in April and May to pack and deliver food for students at our local schools. Use this link to sign up to volunteer: http://www.signupgenius.com/ go/5080545aaae2da1ff2-food  Volunteers must arrive by 4 pm on packing day – after that time the doors will be closed while the volunteers are busy packing food!  Please remember to add the date to your calendar and be sure to let us know if you can’t make it by emailing nethealthykidscoalition@gmail.com so we can fill any empty volunteers slots. You can visit the Coalition’s Amazon Wish List:(  https://smile.amazon.com/hz /wishlist/ls/23PP0WSJDAMJI/ref =cm_go_nav_hz  ) and have food shipped directly to Browns Point Elementary or drop donations off in the bin in any of the participating school lobbies.

Sunshine Generation Camp with our wonderful music teacher Mrs. Flannagan: July 9th-13th, please connect with her if you are interested. 253.230.4518