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Here's the latest news from the week of October 24, 2012.

The Eagle Express - Mohr PTA Newsletter

October 24, 2012

  


Communication Reminder

Please take the time each week to read The Eagle Express in its entirety as this is the PTA's primary form of communication. You will receive up-to-date information about activities that are PTA and school related, after school enrichment classes, as well as many events throughout the community. 
 
In an effort to be more environmentally conscientious and leave a smaller footprint, we will progressively be sending fewer reminders and announcements home in paper form. In addition to the Eagle Express, you can also find many useful links and information on our website www.mohrpta.org

 

Thank you for helping us make our world a better place for our children.  

Look What's Happening at Mohr!
OCTOBER
Calendar

 

30   Pizza with the Principal
31   Halloween Parade 9:30am
               
                NOVEMBER
1   Minimum Day
2   No School - Staff Development Day
4   Daylight Savings Ends (turn back clocks)

Reminders!! 

 

WED:"My Future is Too Bright for Drugs"

    Wear SUNGLASSES to school & join us in the morning

    to sign the poster in the kindergarten playground, or 

    MPR if it rains.

 

THU: "Sock it to Drugs" - Wear MISMATCHESOCKS. 

 

FRI: "Show Drug Free Spirit". Wear your FAVORITE athletic or 
    school T-SHIRT.

 Parents in PE Schedule 

  

  OCTOBER 24                                      OCTOBER 25                              
  9:25 -10:10  Randes  5th             8:30 - 9:15   Haarsma 4th
 10:10 -10:55 Carrolan  4th            9:15 -10:00 Dixon 3rd 
 10:55 -11:40 Britto   4th              10:55 -11:40 Sears 3rd 
 12:25 -1:10   Whitworth 3rd          1:10 - 1:55  Nunemacher 1st
   1:10 -1:55   Wilcox  5th
   2:05 -  2:50 Kumar 5th
                     
OCTOBER 26
               10:10 -10:55 Barker/Blaine 2nd 
  10:55 -11:40 Brooks 1st 
10:55 -11:40 Beard 2nd
     12:25 -1:10  Stanford 1st 
Multicultural Fair
In order to showcase our diversity at the fair, 
we need a few parents from each cultural group to join us and help with planning. The deadline to nominate countries is October 28th.
 
If you wish to participate, have any ideas, or
suggestions, contact Elena Sagayan: esagayan@ yahoo.com
Next Week!!!
 Wednesday, October 31st   
9:30 am

We will parade around the park and later move on to the classrooms for instruction. 
 
Guidelines:
 
Students that wish to participate in the costume parade must: 
  • Dress in costumes at home BEFORE coming to school.
  • Wear costumes that can be worn over regular school clothes. There will be no time to change.
  • Bring a bag to school to keep costumes in after the parade.
  • Mark all parts of the costumes with the student's name to identify them in case of loss.
  • No students shall be allowed to call home to get costumes before the parade.
Appropriateness of Costumes & Rules:
  • Costumes should not be of a violent, gory, or messy nature. This includes fake blood, colored hairspray, dyes, facial make-up, or other potentially messy items.
  • Costume props such as guns, spears, and swords are not allowed.
  • If masks are worn, they should provide adequate vision for the wearer to walk safely.
  • Costumes and masks that depict the results of violent acts, or unnecessarily grotesque images, are not allowed.
As in all activities at the school, if religious, cultural or personal beliefs do not allow a child's participation, parents may opt to keep students home until the costume parade is completed, or we will provide a place for non-participants to stay during that time. If you have any questions, feel free to contact your child's teacher. 
FRESH&EASY & BOX TOPS
   
Mohr School can still earn $1 for every $20 spent per transaction until Dec. 31, 2012. Continue to shop, save your receipts and drop them off in the collection box at office.  
 
Remember to bring your Box Tops and Labels for Education UPCs also. Our first submission is at the end of this month. 
 
If you would like to help coordinate these programs, please contact Doris Lem: djlem@yahoo.com.
e-SCRIP
Sign up for Gene's Fine Foods Community Card

 

Register or renew e-Scrip until Oct.31st.


For questions, contact Emily Corbishley:  
In Our Community

 

October 27  Bay Area Science Festival kicks off. Join in on this
                     opening day with experiments, hands-on activities, games,
                     exhibits, lectures and much more. 
            
 
 
 
November 2-18 - Beauty and the Beast
Disney's classic fairy tale comes to life in this "Tale As Old As Time." It is the perfect opportunity to bring the whole family together for great entertainment. 

 

Theatre lovers can also enjoy lots of special events during the run of the show:

 

Princess Tea Party 

Meet the princess for tea and treats prior to the November 4th and 11th Sunday matinee performances of Beauty & the Beast. Tickets are are sold separately online or by calling 925-931-4848.  

For the Love of Writing Camp Grades 3-5 
Come and explore the writing adventure through a unit of study that shows writers how to craft ideas and grow as a writer.  
 
Session #2 is taking the craft and developing writing through stories.  Writers learn about what it means to do the "next step" in their own piece of writing. It increases their independence during the editing process through small group conferences. Along with a weekly activity, they're given time to write and have conversations, which improve on their strengths and interests. It's flexible and inviting. Space is limited!
 
Students who attended session #1 receive $25 off. 
 
For more information, email Mrs. Hart lhart27@yahoo.com
Enrichment Activities
Follow the links below for details & enrollment.

  

Physics Focus - These labs explore the fun of physics! This is matter & motion! There are spiral bouncy happenings in the epicenter of science! Build a dodecahedron project or a geodesic dome, even a polariscope or phenkistoscope!! Newton made science fun for us! Can you use physics to give "bad" directions? Awesome & amazing savvy science in physics!

Mon & Tue, 3:00 - 4:00pm. Starts 11/05.

 

 

 US Chessmates - Wed mornings, from 8:15 - 9:15am.          

 

    

Session 1 - Starts 10/24 

Create a beautiful canvas painting with acrylic paints. 

Wed, 3:00 - 4:00pm. Contact Rekha Joshi

925-485-3791/ 408-781-2835.   

 

 

 Hindi Grades 1-5 - Wed, 3:00 - 4:00pm. 

 

 

 

Spanish Grades K-5 Thu, 3:05 - 4:05 pm.

      

 

 

 Public Speaking Grades 3-5 - Fri, 3:00 - 4:00pm.     

 

 

These district-approved activities are posted as a courtesy, which

 should not be taken as an endorsement by the PTA. 

The Eagle Express is provided by the Mohr PTAAll submissions are subject to approval, and must be received by noon of every Monday to be included that week's newsletter. 

 

Ana Moothedath 
Newsletter Editor