Notes Home – Friday, October 4, 2019

Next Week…

Sugar-Skull Making Volunteers:  Starting next week, we need to make 600 sugar skulls for the Day of the Dead celebration.  (See below for more information about the event.)  If you have an hour or more here and there and can help out here at school to make sugar skulls, email back on this email and let us know when you can help. No experience necessary!!

No School Friday, October 11th and Monday, October 14th

-Children with AM or PM care in their program may attend their regular hours (AM or AM w/half day: 7:00-11:45/2:45, PM: 8:30-5:30 or All Day: 7:00-5:30) for day care activities.

-Children who attend 8:30-2:45 will not come to school.

-There will be no car line at 11:45/2:45. You will come inside to pick up your child on Day Care Days.

*If your child will not be here on a Day Care Days, do not mark on the EZ lunch app those days and it will automatically default to “No Lunch” and “No Lunch Drink” so you are not charged for a lunch that day.

Coming Up:

PTO Costume Party-The sign-up sheet is on the PTO table in the dining room.

When: Friday, October 18th               

Time: 5:30 p-7:30 p       

Who: Current Montessori families including siblings.

Food: Pizza and beverages

Wear: Costumes (no weapons even if they are part of the costume, please)

Cost: $0! Hosted by the Montessori PTO!

Preprimary Field Trip– More information closer to the field trip date.

Tuesday, October 22 – Mrs. Theriac, Mrs. Corn and ½ Ms. Lori’s (TBA)

Thursday, October 24 – Ms. April, Ms. Sarah and ½ Ms. Lori’s (TBA)

Day of the Dead Celebration Saturday, November 2nd at Central Park in downtown Henderson from 4:00 – 7:00 PM –

Background:  Montessori is joining efforts with the city of Henderson to host this community (free) cultural event.  The Mexican holiday Day of the Dead is a celebration of loved ones who have passed.

Events include:  Mexican dancers, craft activities for children (sugar skull decorating, face painting, tin crafting, tortilla making, flower tissue and papel picado making, etc.) and ends with a parade!

This is a wonderful event to be a role model for community service with/for our children and help celebrate the cultural diversity in our  community.  Information will be coming home closer to the date, but mark your calendars!  There will be something for everyone from  crafts, workshops, music, food vendors, etc.

Day of the Dead Volunteers:   We will need up to 60 volunteers on the day of the celebration.  We’ve included a link to show where we’ll need help on Saturday, November 2nd.

Jackets, sweaters, etc. – Please put your child’s name or initials on the tag.

School Pictures:  Forms will be coming home in two weeks (week of Oct. 14).

          Tuesday, October 29 – Ms. April and Ms. Lori’s classes

          Wednesday, October 30 – Mrs. Corn and Mrs. Theriac’s classes

          Thursday, October 31 – Ms. Sarah and Mr. R’s classes