In this newsletter: Thank you Fall Fest Volunteers, Cookie Dough Sales, Halloween, November 1st
Thank you Fall Fest Volunteers!
Thank you to Aimee Williams, Alton, Amy deHart, Ana Torres, Anke, April Miller, April Parekh, Crystal Parkinson, Gio, Greg de Hart, Jen Komaromi, Jessica Payne, Karen Maoz, Kelly Gould, Kelly McGuinness, Kelly Walden, Keri Klein, Kim Creek, Kulla, Kunchalee(Bua)Pumkajohn, Leah, Leena Grenier, Mark Thibedeau, Michael Corey, Mike Levy, Natalie Tse, Rebecca Goldfarb, Shane Anderson, Shellie Cocking, Stephanie Ding, Tony Valadez, Tracy Taylor, Vanessa Walden, Verena Azevedo, YY Lo. There are several people and especially students that helped out and are not on this list. Thank you so much to everyone who jumped in and helped make Fall Fest/Dia de los Muertos a huge success.
Cookie Dough Sales
We are exited to begin our fundraiser with Otis Spunkmeyer cookie dough. Every order helps our school programs! Check your Friday folders for brochures and more information. Please share the brochures with family,friends, and co-workers. Please note: The cookie dough is delivered frozen, and we do not have space to store it for anyone, so please be sure to pick up your cookie dough on the delivery day. Sales dates: 10/26-11/12. Please return all money in the envelope along with the order forms by 11/12.
The El Cerrito High School Marching Band will be at our school on October 31st at 9:20 AM for the first parade of the day. ONLY kindergarten students should wear their costumes to school so they will be ready for the parade. They are the only classes that actively participate in the first parade. Grades 1-6 will be on the yard to view the parade. The second parade will be at 1:15 PM. Parents wishing to view this parade may come on campus at 1:05 PM. Students in grades 1-6 are to bring (not wear) their costume to school. There will be time for them to put on their costumes in the classroom (not the bathroom) AFTER lunch recess. Please note that their costumes should be worn over their clothes. No masks, gory/bloody make-up, or toy weapons (plastic swords/guns/knives) are allowed. Check with your teacher for any classroom activities. Student's will be dismissed at 2:05 PM.
November 1st- Mod Pizza Fundraiser/ No School
Thankfully there will be no school the day after your late night Trick-or-treating escapades. Parent/teacher conferences start on the 1st. In addition, we will have our Mod Pizza Fundraiser on the 1st so be sure to take in your flyer from Friday's folder and meet up with a group of friends for pizza. Please also note that because of conferences November 2,5,6,7, and 8th will be minimum days.
Ways to Support Fairmont
Now is the time to get involved at Fairmont.
Join the PTA! It's easy and a great way to show your child that you support their education. Membership forms are available in the school office. Join today!
Donate! While you can donate when you join the PTA, you can donate any time by clicking on the green "Donate" button on the school web site. Friends and family are also encouraged to donate money to support Fairmont programs. Visit http://fairmontschool.org/donate now!
Volunteer! If you haven't already filled out our annual Volunteer Survey, please complete it online. Just go to: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1r3Q13_RqJ5msFvidsfq_hfiJywe_8QeZ16zDX2ynJWA/viewform. Send questions to email@example.com
Get Your Badge! Apply today for your volunteer badge. These badges let you help in class, on field trips, and more. Start your application at: http://bit.ly/1IUagO8
Thanks so much for your help and for getting involved with Fairmont!
- October 30th - AAPAC 6:30 PM
- October 31st - Min Day
- November 1 - No School/Conferences, Mod Pizza Fundraiser (ALL DAY)
- November 2 - Min Day
- November 5,6,7,8 - Min Day
- November 9 - ELAC 8:30 AM, Pizza Roma Fundraiser
Haunted House at ECHS
The BSU will host a Haunted House at El Cerrito HS Monday the 29th from 6:30-8:30 PM. Entry is just $5.
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