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The many faces you wash, the meals you prepare, the booboos you kiss…keep it up!
and when to protect,
When to ignore things
and when to correct,
When to hold closer
and when to let go —
There aren’t any rules for that …
mothers just know.
Below is the calendar of important dates for next school year to help with your planning.FREE Vision Screening
St. Mary Medical Center’s Low Vision Center will be here on Tuesday, May 23rd conducting vision screening for kinder-6th grades. Permission slips will be sent home on May 15th. Please complete the permission slip by checking Yes or No, sign, and return to school by May 22nd. Every student requires a permission slip whether or not they are participating.
SCHOOL SPIRITUAL TRUTH FOR MAY
Believers can stand against temptations.
“No temptation has overtaken you except such as is common to man; but God is faithful, who will not allow you to be tempted beyond what you are able, but with the temptation will also make the way of escape, that you may be able to bear it.” 1 Corinthians 10:13
CHARACTER TRAIT: COURAGE (Joshua 1:9)
Endurance – Not giving up even when I am discouraged or others want me to quit.
SUMMER FUN FOR KINDERGARTENERS:
Los Altos Brethren is offering summer day camp for current kindergartners only. The camp runs the week of June 19 through the week of August 14. Register your student today! The registration forms were sent home and are also available in the school offices.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR BANDS: Our bands competed at this year’s ACSI Band Festival on April 27th. All three bands performed well and were each awarded ribbons: Beginning Band, Excellent; Advanced Band, Excellent; Jazz Band, Superior. Great job!
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR TECH FAIR PARTICIPANTS: The following students participated in this year’s Tech Fair held at LABS: Andrew Bensavage, Kam Barnes, Emma Copp, Grace Edwards, Whitney Erickson, Lauren Fox. Nicole Hale, Killian Murray, and Cierra Roberts.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
September 5 (T) Meet and Greet (10-11am) for Preschool – 6th grades
Special Meet and Greet for Kindergarten 11am-12pm
September 6 (W) First Day of School with 1:50pm dismissal
September 14 (Th) Back-to-School Night, 6:30pm
October 13 (F) NO SCHOOL – Parent/Teacher Conferences
November 3 (F) Jog-A-Thon
November 4 (F) Goodwill Drive
November 10 (F) SCHOOL CLOSED – Veterans Day
November 20-24 (M-F) SCHOOL CLOSED – Prof. Development/Thanksgiving
December 22 -January 5 SCHOOL CLOSED – Christmas Vacation
(School closes at noon Dec. 21 and resumes Jan. 8.)
January 15 (M) SCHOOL CLOSED – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
February 16 (F) SCHOOL CLOSED – Lincoln’s Birthday
February 19 (M) SCHOOL CLOSED – Washington’s Birthday
March 3 (S) All School Pancake Breakfast
March 9 (F) NO SCHOOL – Parent/Teacher Conferences
March 30 (F) Good Friday, 12 noon dismissal – no day care
April 2-6 (M-F) Easter Vacation
May 11 (F) Open House
May 28 (M) SCHOOL CLOSED – Memorial Day
June 13 (W) Last Day of School, 12 noon dismissal – no day care
• No School – Office open
• School Closed – Office closed
• Grades K-6 dismissed at 1:50 on the first Tuesday of each month.
• Day care starts at 2:05pm on early dismissal days.