1. Spelling Bee Winners
The Manning Spelling Bee is a competition held annually at the school’s cafetorium in late February. Jane in fifth grade won the school spelling bee and will proceed to the citywide bee on March 16, held at the Copley Library. The runners up were Hailey in 3rd place and Rory in 2nd. Congratulations Jane, Rory, and Hailey!
2. Save the Date
Discovery Day 2013!
Discover Your World, A Science Night at the Manning.
A Family Experiential Event
Friday April 5th, 5:30-8pm
$10 per Family, pizza included
Volunteers needed for baked goodies for the Bake Sale and general help with the evening.
3. Earn Money for our School
Ms. Lubin is holding a contest to see which grade can collect the most BoxTops. Last year fifth grade won the contest and our entire school collected 1,400 box tops! To participate, buy your favorite BoxTop products, cut the BoxTop from each package and send them to school with your child. You can also earn eBoxTops® with every qualified purchase at over 200 online stores; just sign up here and start earning money for our school!
4. The Dream Big Book Store is Open (MBASP)
The Dream Big Student Book Store has extended their fundraiser into March. The MBASP chose to conduct the book store to allow the MBASP fifth grade students to become entrepreneurs and to raise money for their trip to Vermont on April 22. Having the book store allows the MBASP fifth grade students to be leaders with adult supervision. The students are inspired with this idea and excited to move forward.
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF!
Open for the month of March and possibly April.
We are open every week and our low price books are $5.00 and under.
The Dream Big Book Store Days and Hours of operation are:
Before School: Mon, Tues, Wed, & Fri. 8a.m. until 10:00 a.m.
After School: Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs. & Fri. 3:30 p.m. until 6:00 p.m.
We accept checks and cash
5. February’s Genre Challenge has been Extended through the Month of March; Informational Text
The challenge is to have the students read at least three books each month of that particular genre. Once they have finished reading a book, each classroom teacher has a small form that the student has to fill out with their name, title of the book, genre title, grade, and a brief summary of the book.