Husky Connection, Oct 10 – 14
Oct 10 – 14, 2016
Good Evening Crescent Heights Families!
Tuesday, Oct 11th 6:00 p.m: WatchDOGS Launch Event in Crescent Heights Gym (see details below)*
Wednesday, Oct 12th: Fall Picture Day. Order forms went home last week with students. Extra forms are available in the main office.
We’re Hiring! We are still seeking to fill 2 part-time Recess Supervisor positions. Work hours are from 10:55 am – 1:25 pm, Monday through Friday. The position serves and supports kids to play and have fun on the playground, as well as assist with transitions to and from the lunchroom and classrooms. If you are interested, please contact Mr. McGeeney via phone (253-571-5500) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mon. Oct 17th: Deadline for PTA’s Art Reflection Program entries. 2016-2017 theme is “What is Your Story?” See more details below.**
Tues. Oct 18th: 5th Grade Parent Camp Meeting, 6:30 PM in the library. A representative from Camp Seymour will be on hand to do a presentation about camp and answer your questions. Your student is welcome to come with you!
Wed. Oct 19th: Kindergarten Field Trip to Maris Farms
Thurs. Oct 20th: First Grade Field Trip to Schilter’s Farm
Fri. Oct 21st: No school for Kindergarten only. District Data Day
Mon. Oct 24: No school for all students. District Data Day
Fri. Oct 28th: Free dress/Popcorn Friday. If your are available to help with popcorn, please sign up here.
Fri. Oct 28th: 6-8 p.m All school Sock Hop. A PTA sponsored event where the kids come dressed in costumes (not scary), and enjoy refreshments and dancing! If your are available to volunteer, please sign up here.
*More details about WatchDOGS:
Dads, grandpas, step-fathers, uncles and other men please join us on the evening of October 11th, from 6-7 p.m for an informational night about our new WatchDOGS program. We will provide the PIZZA!
WatchDOGS is a one-of-a-kind, school-based men involvement program that works to support education and safety. Who are WatchDOGS? Fathers, grandfathers, step-fathers, uncles, and other male role models who volunteer to serve at least one full day a year in a variety of school activities. The two main goals of this program are to provide positive male role models for the students, demonstrating by their presence that education is important, and to provide extra sets of eyes and ears to enhance school security and reduce bullying.
We hope to see you this Tuesday, 6:00 PM in the gym!
**The Reflections Art program is underway! Our theme this year is “What Is Your Story?” Students may pick from a variety of categories: Visual Arts (draw or paint a picture); Literature (write a poem or story); Photography (take a photo); Dance Choreography (create a dance); Film Production (make a movie) or Music Composition (write a song).
There will be informational emails coming home each day this week talking about each of the specific categories. There is also a ton of information on our Reflections bulletin board outside of the library. Here’s what to do to participate:
- Select a category
- Pick up the worksheet and an entry form from the bulletin board or check out this link
- Create your masterpiece!
- Prepare your artist statement (100 word explanation of how your entry meets the “What Is Your Story” theme
- Turn in your art, artists statement and entry form to the Crescent Heights office by 3 PM on October 17th!
If you have any questions about participating in this program, please contact email@example.com. Thank you!
Make it a great week Huskies!