Monday Message 12/11/17Published by heather.balli on Tue, 12/12/2017 - 10:07
We want to thank you for coming out for parent-teacher conferences; I know the teachers enjoyed meeting with you.
We want to thank everyone for the generous amount of support given to help students in need at Meadow Brook by participating in our Giving Tree!! We would like to collect these donations by Tuesday or Wednesday of this week.
I have attached our school’s “School Drop Off/Pick Up Safety Plan” plan below. We have over a hundred new students register at Meadow Brook since school started. In order to keep our students’ safe, it is important that we are all on the same page with this plan. Please take a minute to look this over. Most importantly please remember that the passenger pick-up on the north side is for parents, the south-east pick-up is for the buses, and the north-east passenger pick-up is for day care vans. Thank you for your help in keeping our students safe!
The next two weeks before break will be busy and exciting!
Meadow Brook's week at a glance:
Monday (11th)- Christmas SmartArt Craft Class 2:40-3:55 (Sign up at www.smartwithart.net/meadowbrook)
Tuesday (12th)- PTA Board Meeting at 10
Friday (15th)- Christmas Reading Carnival (9:45-10:15 K-2nd grades, 10:30-11 3 & 4th grades, 1:30-2:00 Kinder, 5th and 6th)
Monday (18th)- Mapleton JHS Band and Orchestra Holiday Performance 1:45-2:15
Tuesday (19th)- 3rd Grade Gingerbread Houses; 6th Grade Center Field Trip; School Choir Concert @ 6:00 pm; First Grade Christmas Program 2:30-3:00 for parents
Wednesday (20th)- PTA Council Meeting 9:30; Kinder Little Elf Party; Pizza and Root Beer Float Party for Carnival Winners
Thursday (21st)- HALF-DAY (lunch will be served 50 minutes early); Christmas Ugly Sweater Sing-A-Long (all of our students will be gathering to sing Christmas songs— if you would like to come sing-a-long you are welcome to come); 1st Grade Christmas Carnival 11:20-12:00
Thursday 21st @ noon- January, 2nd Christmas Break
We hope you have a wonderful holiday!! Warmest Regards,