Monday, February 26, 2018
Thursday will bring another busy but exciting month of school activities! As usual, the academics will remain strong mixed in with many events. Post this newsletter or visit our website, leaschristianschool.org to stay abreast of all these happenings and a “BIG THANK YOU” to our webmaster, Mr. Long, for his behind the scene dedication to the school! Check out our Facebook Page as well and don’t forget to “Like” us! 😉
SPELL-A-THON AND JOG-A-THON MONIES:
As soon as expenses have been settled and all monies collected, we will let you know the profit made from our students’ brainpower and physical stamina generated fundraiser!
THERE ARE NO MORE FREE-DRESS DAYS FOR THIS MONTH—FOR PARENTS’ MARCH ATTENDANCE, THERE WILL BE TWO, FREE DRESS FOR PRIMARY STUDENTS!
Monday, March 5:
TUITION IS DUE
Friday, March 9:
NO SCHOOL ~ TEACHERS’ WORK DAY
Friday, March 16:
Parents’ Club meeting at 7:00 p.m. in the church followed by refreshments in the Parish Hall.
For your entertainment, all students will be performing. The meeting will be hosted by the first and second grade parents. Childcare is provided, and primary grade students will receive free dress on Friday, March 23 and Wednesday, March 28.
Tuesday, March 13:
Deadline for pre-registration, 2018/2019, is on this date. After this date, we will open our enrollment up to new families.
Monday, March 19:
Easter Party lists will be posted in the Breezeway.
Friday, March 23:
Free dress for students whose parents attended the March 26th Parents’ Club meeting.
Monday, March 26:
(K- 4 students) Six, WHITE, UNBROKEN, HARD-BOILED EGGS are due at school on this day! The best way to transport eggs is in the egg carton.
Wednesday, March 28:
STUDENTS WILL NEED A LUNCH AS USUAL! Parties are in the AFTERNOON!
K- 4 student and Preschool Easter egg hunt and parties!
Thursday, March 29:
Easter Chapel Service, 9::20 AM
(K – 4 students) DISMISSAL NOON-DISMISSAL TIME
Preschool, 9 AM – 3:30 PM NOONTIME DISMISSAL
Daycare will be available for FULL-TIME preschoolers and kindergartners.
GOOD FRIDAY —— NO SCHOOL FOR ALL
April 1 – 6:
Daycare is available for FULL-TIME preschoolers and Kindergartners ONLY!
We will be keeping our classroom doors locked during the school day; therefore, you will need to give teachers advanced noticed of any medical/dental appointments and once on campus, be prepared to knock on the door. The teachers will check and allow you into the classroom if it is cold outside otherwise, your student will be sent out to you. Thank you for your full cooperation in this area and understanding of why we need to improve our security on campus. We’d rather err on the side of safety, and we’re sure you’d agree with us.
Please be vigilante as we increase awareness of who is on our church’s/school’s property during operating hours of the school in order to keep our little ones and staff safe.
PARENTS’ CLUB MEETING ~ Friday, March 16, at 7:00 p.m. in the church:
Since there is no Parents’ Club Meeting in April, we are hoping to see everyone at the upcoming meeting on Friday, March 16. The help of many hands, helps to lighten the load of the teachers and other parents who are helping to ensure the success of our biggest fundraiser. The Parents’ Club is solely responsible for the appetizer portion of the New Beginnings Hors D’oeuvres/Auction, and the preschool teachers handle the auction. Mrs. Stump and the teachers have been working hard to organize and make our final fundraiser successful but cannot do it alone! The first and second grade classes will be entertaining us, their parents will host the refreshments in the Fellowship Hall, childcare will be provided, and primary-grade students will receive one free dress for their parents’ attendance!
YEARBOOK WELL WISH:
If you want to give your child a congratulatory message or praise for his/her accomplishments this school year, you will find a Well-Wish sheet attached. If you are unsure of what a well wish is, your child’s teacher will be more than happy to explain it to you or show you an example of one. We will also have yearbooks at the Friday, March 16, meeting so that you may see it as well. The deadline is Monday, March 26. The cost is $20 per/section on the grid; half-of-page wish is $75, whole-page wish is $150. This cost helps to defray the cost of the yearbook.
Ms. Ho is spearheading the raffle ticket portion of the New Beginning Hors D’oeuvres/Auction. Raffle tickets will be sent home next Monday, March 5. She has mini treats for students when they turn their ticket stubs. In addition, the top five sellers will be treated to lunch at Wendy’s! It is one the easiest ways to help ensure the success of our final fundraiser. Remember to buy for yourself and “sell, sell, sell” to family members, friends, and co-workers! This year it is all about cash and who couldn’t use a little more of it? First prize is $500!!!! Second prize is $200!!!! Third prize is $100!!!! All monies will benefit the students of Lea’s Christian School. She will also have a raffle thermometer so that we can watch as we try to reach our goal!