Husky Connection, March 9 – 13

Husky Connection
March 9 – 13

Tuesday, March 10th:  PTA Meeting, 6:30 PM in the Library.  Please join us for an important discussion with Toni Pace, Superintendent of K-12 Support.  She will be speaking on Common Core, the new SBAC testing method, and how the process of selecting our new Principal will play out.  These are all topics that we know are important to CHE families!  Childcare will be provided.  We hope that you can join us for this important meeting.

Thursday, March 12th and Friday, March 13th:  Early Dismissal for Conferences, 12:15 PM.

Looking Ahead:
Thursday, March 19th:  3rd Grade Concert, 7 PM.
Friday, March 20th:  5th Grade classes to Biz Town
Friday, March 20th:  Pennies for Patients Community Service Project Ends
Tuesday, March 24th:  ASB Nerd Day
Wednesday, March 25th:  Self Discipline Assembly, 9:30 AM, Library
Monday, March 30th – Friday, April 3rd:  Spring Break, NO SCHOOL

PTA Treasurer Needed
We are still looking for someone to fill the role of Treasurer for the 2015/16 school year.  This is more than just money, debits and credits.  This role gives you a voice on our executive board!  We have made great strides this year and would love to have you join us on the journey for next year.  We can help you with the ‘numbers’ part of the role.  If you would be interested in serving on the board, please connect with our nominating committee:  Dorie Aho (, Jennifer Schmitt (, or Morgan Meyers (

Yearbook Update:
Yearbooks are on sale now!  Don’t miss out on giving your Husky student a memory that will last a lifetime…order your 2014/2015 Crescent Heights Yearbook today!  Order online at  Our yearbook ID code is 10719915.  Yearbooks start at just $17.00.  They will be handed out in June.  We will not have yearbooks available to purchase in June, so don’t wait – order yours today!


Pennies for Patients is a service learning project that incorporates community service into the classroom.

Through community service, students learn new skills, assume responsibilities, become aware of the needs of others, and learn the importance of unselfish serving and giving.  Community service links students to the wider community and exposes them to people and situations outside their previous experiences.

Your student will have the satisfaction of knowing that their spare change made a difference in the lives of people in our community.  Not only will you be helping patients and their families stricken with leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma and Hodgkin’s disease, but also helping children help others!

From March 2- 20, Crescent Heights Elementary will be participating in this awesome program.  All you have to do is collect coins and other donations and put them in your classroom’s box.  You may also encourage friends and family to donate online.  Our school’s donation website is  Thank you for your participation!!

Have a great week!

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