No school on Monday, Jan. 19, in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Booth Hill School The Father\u2019s Club Pancake Palooza Breakfast will take place on Superbowl Sunday, Feb. 1, from 7:30-11:30 a.m. Cost is $10 a person and $30 per family. Tickets can be purchased at the door or online at boothhillschool.wordpress.com. The breakfast will feature games, prizes, raffles and a Breakfast Blitz menu of pancakes (original, chocolate chip, and blueberry), eggs, sausage, bacon, coffee, milk and orange juice. Batter, butter and syrup donated by Chip\u2019s in Trumbull. After school enrichment begins on Monday, Jan 26, and Thursday, Jan. 29. Daniels Farm School Daniels Farm School Father\u2019s Club will hold a Pasta Night on Friday, Jan. 30, at Daniels Farm School. Dinner served starting at 6 p.m., also with raffle and games. Menu: Pasta with your choice of sauces; meatballs, sausage and peppers, garlic bread. Chicken nuggets, mac and cheese for the kids. Send via backpack mail to: Attn. Father\u2019s Club Pasta Night, Eddie Gutierrez, c\/o Roberto Gutierrez, Miss Birch, 4th grade. Indicate family name; number of adult tickets; number of children tickets, and amount enclosed. Cost: $10 adult\/$5 children. Frenchtown School Our final celebration for Wolfie\u2019s Birthday at Ruby Tuesday\u2019s is Thursday, Jan. 15. Remember to bring the flyer with you for Frenchtown\u2019s Give Back Promotion. Friday, Jan. 16, will be Fathers\u2019 Club Movie Night. See flyer for more information and for which movie will be shown. Thursday night, Jan. 22, will be our PTA meeting at 6:30 p.m. Hope to see you there. Super Bowl Breakfast raffle tickets are on sale. See flyer for information. For PTA and Father\u2019s Club information, visit ftparents.com. Rewards Program \u2014 Frenchtown is once again be participating in the Stop and Shop A+ Program! Our school ID is 06238. Register your 13 digit Stop and Shop card at stopandshop.com\/savings-and-rewards\/rewards-program\/aplus. Earn points while you shop that will equate back to dolars for our school! You can contact Mrs. Weiss in the main office to input your number for you. Middlebrook School Jan 11-Feb 15: Kids In Motion Winter Challenge. Keep track of your child\u2019s physical fitness during the next 6 weeks. Do a 15 minute activity 3 times a week to meet the challenge! Jan 22, 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Sensitivity Day at Middlebrook. Fourth Graders will get to experience what it is like to live with various challenges that other\u2019s may face, including dyslexia, food allergies, physical handicaps, vision and hearing impairments. Other grades will have guest readers come in and discuss topics that deal with acceptance and understanding. Fifth grade activity nights will be starting soon. All fifth grade parents, your child will be bringing home notices with dates and times for these fun Friday night activities which will be held at the school. Volunteers will be needed to make these events a success.