You heard from me quite a bit last week, so I'll keep it short this week! Thank you for all of your support, however. We had a great turnout for our Chipotle Dine-out night and raised nearly $700 for our school! A lot of families and teachers made the bling sales and Family Disco Skate Night a huge success as well! Thank you for supporting our school!
This is your last reminder that chorus is now officially being moved from Tuesday to Wednesday mornings at 8:20. You still have time to join if you haven't done so!
On Thursday, February 8th at 4:00 we are having our first parent night for 6th grade families to learn about Camp Pali, our new 6th grade camp experience. Meet staff from the camp and have all of your questions answered at this informative meeting.
Hey families in Mr. Hamo's class...guess what? It's your turn to help staff the Morning Drop Off Valet! Stop by any morning this week at 7:55, grab a vest from the office, and help students out of cars. Thank you for helping to keep our students safe!
That's it for announcements, so now it's time for our question of the week: What does it mean if the groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, does not see his shadow on Groundhog Day? Get your answer written on a piece of paper along with your name and room number and bring it down to the office.
Well that's all I've got for now, so as always I'd like to remind you all: Don't just fly...SOAR!
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