We need volunteers for Mother Son! Right now we only have one person signed up and this is not enough! Please, Please help us. The event is Saturday and I'm in begging mode now. Dads and Moms with daughters, we need you! See the sign up here.
We have rescheduled the sale due to weather to next Friday, March 1st, 2:45-3:45. We will be out by the athletic field during pick up. Shirts, Sweaters and jumpers are $8. All pants, shorts, or skirts have been discounted to $1 to try and reduce our stock!!
Moms and Sons are invited to join us Saturday March 2nd from 4:30-7:30 on the Lincoln Field. Tickets are on Sale now and $15 per person if bought on line by February 27th at 8pm or $20 at the gate the day of the event. Buy here. The events is open to all Moms and … Continue reading Moms – Don’t Forget your Tickets to Game Date
Our Mother Son Game Date is coming up fast. Moms and Sons are invited to join us Saturday March 2nd from 4:30-7:30 on the Lincoln Field. Tickets are on Sale now and $15 per person if bought on line by February 27th at 8pm or $20 at the gate the day of the event. Buy … Continue reading Mother Son Game Date Tickets on Sale Now!
Hi Parents, Most of you know by now that if we get 50% of the student body to bring in just one donation for the read-a-thon, then we get to see Mrs. Atolagbe, Coach Cook, and several teachers in the dunk tank at the end of the week! We are still 63 students shy of … Continue reading 63 Donations to Dunk Tank!
We only have 6 days left to reach our goals for the read-a-thon. Did you know that if your child gets $100 in donations they get to participate in a silly string fight out on the field and have a frozen treat?! We have a lot of other fun incentives for the students as well. … Continue reading Only 6 Day Left in our Read-a-thon
Have you been in the MPR lately? Look at the beautiful tree Mrs. Buehler made us for our read-a-thon! Every time a student gets their first donation, they get their owl on the tree! And if we get 50% of students with at least 1 donation, we get to see Mrs. Atolagbe and Coach Cook … Continue reading Help Us Reach Our Read-a-thon Goals!