In addition to the ghosts and ghouls of Halloween you also must be afraid of a month full of numerous school commitments!!! BOoOOoOooOooO
I'm kidding of course. Though there are a lot of interesting and fun things planned for the rest of October at Mountain Pathways. Here is a little update from our large 3-6 classroom:
We are having a wonderful year in the large 3-6 class! Here are some thoughts about our field trip to Coffey's Orchard a few weeks ago.
"My favorite thing about our field trip"...
~"was getting apples & pumpkins and riding on the bus with Matt!" -Victoria
~"was the apple machine they used to polish apples & put them into different sizes". -Audrey
~"was the apple sign in the grass & eating apples". -Landen
~"was the corn maze & pumpkin patch". -Devan
~"was the story Jan read to us about apple pie". -Siah
Please join us Oct 15th for Parent's Morning in the Classroom!!
~Sara, Elizabeth & Beth
1) Make sure your children have warm clothes at school in preparation for the coming cold weather. We still take advantage of as much “outside time” as possible.
2) Please turn in your BoxTops for Education by Friday October 22nd. There is a container in the Children's House foyer.
Questions? Call or email Lisa Abbott (265-1454, email@example.com)
3) MPS T-Shirts are going FAST. Get yours while they are still available! These are also found in the Children’s House foyer.
4) Norwood Halloween will be happening on October 29th. The theme is "Historical People". If you have any questions please direct them to Mr. Justin Hackler
5) 9-12 parents, please be on the look out for Fall Conference sign ups within the next two weeks.
Mark your Calender:
School picture day has been scheduled for October 26th. The PTO has come up with a much easier system this year for purchasing individual and class photos. This year you will pay for a digital image taken by Kristian Jackson and Kelly Clark Keefe, with a written order form.
NOTE OF THANKS:
Many many thanks go to Kristie Evans and Julie Brittain and everyone else on the Autumnfest committee for their wonderful efforts in creating a successful and FUN fall festival. The rain held off and we pulled in around $800 for the school.
Don't forget to check in on those crazy Grizzards on their blog of European exploits (here)