Jane Ryan School
The Kids Offering Our Love (KOOL) fall clothing drive is now through Friday, Oct. 24. Boxes are set up in Jane Ryan entrances to collect new and gently fall and winter used clothes. All clothes will be donated to Trumbull Headstart, housed at Trumbull Early Childhood Education Center (located at Middlebrook Elementary School). Volunteers are needed to deliver and sort clothes. For delivering clothes, we need some parents and kids to load and unload cars from Jane Ryan to Middlebrook on Oct. 24 after school. On Oct. 27, volunteers are needed to help sort and fold at Headstart at 9 a.m. Sign up to volunteer at http://pta.ivolunteer.com/jr2014koolfallclothingdrive or contact Anne Marie Martini with questions.
The Student Council Cookie Dough fundraiser is running now through Oct. 28. No door-to-door sales. Make checks payable to Jane Ryan Elementary School. No cash. Forms went home in the kids’ backpacks on Oct. 10. Return envelopes with payment and order form by Tuesday, Oct. 28. Orders will be delivered at a date to be announced prior to Thanksgiving.
The Father’s Club is sponsoring Halloween Movie Night on Friday, Oct. 24 in the cafeteria at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:45 p.m. Admission is free and refreshments are available. The movie will be Hotel Transylvania.
Jane Ryan music teacher Olya Fryz is looking for copies of pictures of Jane Ryan family veterans. A special wall of photos honoring these veterans and current soldiers will be outside the school’s music room. Share your history by sending in a photo of the veteran or soldier in your family in uniform (preferred, but not required). Picture copies can be sent in an envelope to Mrs. Fryz marked “Picture of Veteran” with veteran name, arms forces division, and Jane Ryan staff or student connection. A flier with information was sent home in your child’s backpack.
Save the Date. The Veteran’s Day concert will be on Tuesday, Nov. 11, at 2 p.m.
Madison Middle School
Friday, Oct. 24: Fall Dance 7-9 p.m. Purchase dance tickets in homeroom $5/each. Don’t forget to bring money for refreshments. Glow products will also be on sale at the dance. All proceeds from glow products will be donated to Breast Cancer Research.
Bullard Havens, representing the CT Technical High Schools, will be here to present to interested 8th grade students on Monday, Oct. 27. Interested students should sign-up in the guidance office.
Oct. 27-Oct. 31: Red Ribbon Week. Wear Red on Monday, Oct. 27.
Tuesday, Oct. 28, 8-10 a.m.. School photo retakes
Wednesday, Oct. 29: Wear school colors. Walk a Mile in My Shoes (after school on track).
Aqua Culture, a regional high school focused on marine sciences, will present to interested 8th grade students on Thursday, Oct. 30. Interested students should sign-up in the counseling office.
Friday, Oct. 24: Father’s Club Halloween Party and Haunted Hallway. Grades K-2, 5:30-7 p.m.; grades 3-5, 7:30-9 p.m. Food, games and music. Tickets must be purchased before party. For more information, visit middlebrookelementary.com.
Reflections 2014-15 Theme: The World Would Be a Better Place If -
Reflect on the theme. create an original work of art. Middlebrook students submit original works of art in a specific category and are judged town-wide. First place school winners compete at the state level. Forms and Category details at ctpta.org/Reflections-Documents.html
Middlebrook Book Drive: Donate new or gently used children’s books to Read to Grow, a nonprofit organization that will distribute books to families in need. A collection box will be in the front foyer until Oct. 30.
Direct Donations deadline extended to Friday, Oct. 24. Contact Christa Consla or Mari Jackson with questions. To participate, visit tashuaschool.com/family-fundraiser-2014-15.
Tashua Monster Mashua and Pasta Night: Friday, Oct. 24, 6-9 p.m. Pre-pay to save: adults/$8; kids/$5; family of 4+/$25. Tickets at the door: adults/$9; kids/$6; no family discounts. Make reservations online by Thursday, Oct. 23 at tashuaschool.com/tashua-monster-mashua.
Visitation Days: Tuesday, Oct. 28, (kindergarten and grade 3) and Wednesday, Oct. 29, (grades 1, 2, 4, 5). Classroom teachers sent invitations with designated times for parents/guardians to visit the classrooms.
Mrs. Byers and Mrs. Wyckoff’s classes are collecting new socks, in all sizes, to be donated to The Bridgeport Rescue Mission. Collection boxes can be found in the front lobby, and outside Mrs. Byers and Mrs. Wyckoff’s rooms through Thursday, Oct. 30. For more information, visit www.happysocktober.com.
Nov. 3, Sensitivity Day, 8:45 a.m. 2 p.m. All fourth grade classes will participate. Volunteers are needed. Sign up at http://pta.ivolunteer.com/sensitivity2014.
Monday, Nov. 10, picture retakes.
2014-2015 Reflections Theme: “The world would be a better place if…” Entries from all grades and all abilities welcome. Dance choreography, film production, literature, music composition, photography and visual arts. Deadline to be announced. Questions contact: Tara Fernandes.
Kids running program 2014-15 is underway. Check out the full details at: tashuaschool.com/kids-running-program.
KidStuff Coupon Books help save money at your favorite places while supporting 5th grade activities. $25/book-5th grade activities Committee earns 50% on each book sold. To order, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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