Friday, May 12, 2017

The Final Countdown!

Hi folks!  We are now in our final countdown mode, which means that a lot of fun activities are in store for us.  Next week, on Tuesday, 5th graders will be visiting their future advising groups for an hour, while the fourth graders(future 5ths) will host a visitation for our future 4th graders.

Wednesday is Downtown Day.  Each student will need $10 and a sack lunch.  They will also need to be dressed for the weather, and have good walking shoes.  We will provide tickets for any group that is taking the Light Rail, so students won't need any money for that!

Thursday is the end of year Band and Orchestra performance, at 6:30 PM in the theater.

Wednesday, May 24th is our end of year picnic, and Thursday, May 25th is our last day of school.  The 6th grade balloon ceremony is at 10:30 AM in the field, kinder graduation is at 11:00 AM, and dismissal is at 1PM.

End of the Year Picnic
            On Wednesday, May 24th we are going to have our all school end of the year picnic to celebrate the year and all that we have accomplished together.  The picnic will begin at 11:00 with a tree planting ceremony in the Green House in remembrance of Dana and the many incredible ways she touched all of our lives.  At 11:30 we will start serving lunch, which includes hot dogs, hamburgers, veggie burgers, watermelon, chips and a drink for everyone to enjoy.  Parents, grandparents and siblings are welcome to join us in this end of the year celebration, but please leave your dogs at home!  The following activities will be set up for people to enjoy once their bellies are full: volleyball, soccer, badminton, 4 square, Frisbee, paddleball, bubbles, jump roping and more.
            At around 12:30 p.m., people will have a chance to play with the parachutes, participate in earth ball games and/or partake in the wet and wacky activities in the Lollipop. Then People will have a chance to cool off on the slip and slides and in the water fight from 1:15 to 2:30 p.m.  Be sure to bring your swimsuit, a towel and/or a change of clothes.  Sunscreen is another important item to bring and/or wear to the picnic.  If people don’t want to get wet, they can play soccer, volleyball, badminton, 4 square, Frisbee, paddleball or hangout in the grass.  There will be a big clean up of the field at around 2:30 p.m. and the day will wrap up with popsicles for everyone.
            If you have any questions, please call and leave a message at #303-982-7056.  We look forward to a fun day of eating and playing together.  Cross your fingers for good weather!

                                                                        Rosie, Melody, Jacob and Benjamin


Have a great weekend,

Bryan


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