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December 13, 2017

 ·         Winter Break-Our Winter Break begins at 12:10 early release Thursday, December 21st and runs through January 5th.  We will return on Monday, January 8th.

·         Lost and Found Please check lost and found for your child’s missing clothing.  All items left after December 21st will be donated to local charities. 

·         Winter Break Daycare Closed – Due to very low sign-ups; daycare will be closed over the Winter Break.  Daycare will reopen on January 8th

·         Winter Program – Tuesday, December 19-6:30 p.m. -Our music teacher, Robin Danskin, and teachers have been preparing the students for a wonderful program.  Students should arrive by 6:15 p.m. but not before 6:00 p.m.  The location this year is Hessel Church at 5060 Hessel Avenue.   For your information:

  •   No food or drink is allowed in the facility at all. 
  •  Students should not wear hats, headbands with antlers or other items that could block another student. 
  •   All pre-school and middle school age children need to be with their parents and not roaming around independently. This is both disruptive to performers and a safety concern. 
  •  There is a quiet viewing room if you have a baby or infant that is fussy.

 ·         Holiday Shop - It is almost time for the 2017 Liberty School Holiday Shop. Liberty Schools Holiday Shop will be on December 18th and 19th. The Holiday Shop is a great way for our kids to learn the joy of giving. Students will have the opportunity to shop for their family and purchase gifts for under $3.00. After the gifts are picked out, our Liberty School Elves will wrap the presents. We are still in need of donations and are asking you to go through those closets and clean out any unwanted items. We will take any items (excluding clothes and shoes), especially for boys and men. Since these donations will be gifts under someone else’s tree, please remember items should be new or gently used and in clean condition.  There are still spots that need to be filled on Signup Genius for volunteers to help and we need as many people for clean up and setup that we can get. Please drop items off in the office. Please contact Tricia or Kayla with any questions or to drop off larger items. Tricia Bino: (707) 974-4708, Kayla Bino: kaylabino@gmail.com, www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C0B45A8A82FA4F49-holiday1

 ·         Sing-a-Long Cookies - We are looking for volunteers to make HOMEMADE cookies for our Winter Sing-a-long on Thursday, December 21.  Please click on the link below if you are able to participate.  Deliver cookies to the office on Wednesday, Dec. 20 by 4:00 pm or to the Multipurpose Room Kitchen on Thursday, Dec. 21 by 9:00 am.  Please write your name on the container you send.  Thanks!! www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C0B45A8A82CABF94-winter2

·         Science Fair - The 6th annual Science Fair will be held on Friday January 26th from 1 - 3:30.   Parent volunteers will be needed to assist during the project meetings and at the Fair.  Let's make this our biggest fair yet! For more information, please contact Jessica Somoff at jessicasomoff@gmail.com.

·         Boxtops for Education- Thank you for all of your clipping!  So far this year we have earned $300.  We use this money to help support our field trip fund.  Don’t stop clipping now!  Our next collection date will be Thursday, December 21.  Please look for your new collection sheets coming home today!  Thank you!

 ·         FOURTH GRADE RECYCLING - Fourth grade will be collecting recycling all year.  The money raised goes to support fourth grade’s over night field trip aboard the Balclutha.  Please help support us by bringing in your plastic bottles (caps removed please) and cans.  Recycling can be dropped off anytime at the shipping containers by the multi.  Thanks for your support.

 ·         Ink Cartridge Collections Discontinued – Due to the dramatic reduction in reimbursements for ink cartridges, the school is no longer collecting used ink cartridges for recycling.  Thanks to everyone that has been contributing to this program for the past years.

 

 

 

To Ponder…

For it is in giving that we receive.

                                                                                                                       -Francis of Assisi