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APRIL NEWSLETTER

Monday, April 3, 2017

Greetings,

Spring is in the air as daylight is longer and the weather is sunny! The next week-and-a-half will be busy but fun! Get ready!

Monday, April 3:

Easter Party lists are posted

(You must come in your students’ classroom)

Monday, April 10:

(K – 4 students) Six, WHITE, UNBROKEN, HARD-BOILED EGGS are due at school today! The best way to transport eggs is in the egg carton.

Wednesday, April 12:

K – 4 students and Preschool: Easter egg hunt and parties

STUDENTS WILL NEED A LUNCH AS USUAL!

FREE DRESS FOR ALL (K-4)

SCHOOL IS DISMISSED at 3:30 P.M.

Thursday, April 13:

Holy Thursday Easter Chapel Service, 9:20 AM

(K – 4 students) NOON-DISMISSAL TIME

Preschool, 9 AM – 3:30 PM NOONTIME DISMISSAL

Daycare will be available for FULL-TIME preschoolers and kindergartners.

Friday, April 14:

GOOD FRIDAY—– NO SCHOOL FOR ALL

April 17 – April 21:

EASTER VACATION

Daycare is available for FULL-TIME preschoolers and kindergartners ONLY!

Monday, April 24:

School resumes ~ “Welcome back!

First through fourth grades fieldtrip to Chabot College “Junie B’s Essential Survival Guide to School” 9:20 a.m. 11:30 p.m.

Week of April 30:

SAT ACHIEVEMENT TESTS

Friday, May 5

Parents’ Club last meeting of the year! 7 p.m. – 8 p.m.vChildcare is available

Friday, May 18:

Spring Program

SAT 10 ACHIEVEMENT TESTS

will be given in the primary grades, 1st through 4th grades the week of APRIL 30. It is important that you DO NOT TAKE YOUR CHILD OUT OF SCHOOL during this week as NO makeup testing is possible.

PARENTS’ CLUB MEETING:

Come and support our last meeting of the year! It is scheduled for Friday, May 5, at 7:00 p.m. in the chapel followed by refreshments and friendly fellowship in the Fellowship Hall. A report about the Western-Roundup Dinner/Auction will be given by Mrs. Stump; consider running for an office for the 2017/2018 school term. Your attendance will allow your child to receive free dress for the entire last week of school in June. The third/fourth grade class will be entertaining us! As always, childcare is available.

SPRING PROGRAM:

The students have already begun to learn songs for our annual program which is scheduled for Friday, May 19, at Christ Community Church at 7 p.m. Teachers are ready to teach students their class dance steps and feel strongly that children should only be taken out of school due to illnesses or family emergencies. We urge you to make every effort to have your student in school every day to ensure he/she learns the class dance and keep up with his/her studies! Absent folders with missed work can never replace in-class instructions/directions or teacher-directed lessons/activities.

May God’s blessings shower down upon each of us. His protection surround us and grace abounds in our lives as we celebrate our Savior’s resurrection!

CHABOT COLLEGE FIELDTRIP:

The first through fourth grade students will be seeing a theatrical performance of “Junie B’s Essential Survival Guide to School,” on Monday, April 24. Please sign and return the permission slip by Friday, April 7.

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FIELDTRIP PERMISSION SLIP

Junie B’s Essential Survival Guide to School”

RETURN PERMISSION SLIP BY FRIDAY, April 7

___________________________________ has my permission to walk to-and-

Name of child(dren) from Chabot College and attend

the theatrical production of “Junie B’s Essential Survival Guide to School,” on Monday, Aril 24, 2017, from 9:20 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

________________________________________________________________

Parent’s Signature Date

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