Weekly Roundup

1. The One Fund-Raiser at the Manning

Our fundraiser for “The One Fund” Boston on Friday, April 26th brought in $350.00 for the cause…not bad for such a little school!

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Some Manning teachers and staff wearing Boston apparel to show their spirit and pride

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2.  Walk for the Arts Tomorrow!

We hope that your child has sponsors lined up and is ready to participate!

We are still looking for volunteers to work at the event and we still need bakers for the bake sale! If you contribute time, baked goods, or both, please sign-up via our Google doc (link below) or contact us directly.

The Walk for the Arts will go on as scheduled unless we have torrential rain, so please dress appropriately on Saturday. Show your Manning spirit by wearing your Manning T!

Umi at umifarrell@yahoo.com
Amanda at marjolapham@gmail.com
Anna at annalitten@yahoo.com

To volunteer, sign up here

3.  Mark your Calendar May 18, 2013 from 9-12

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Vision Retreat

Parents, Caregivers, Teachers and Staff all Welcome

At this retreat we will unveil our draft vision for the next three years!

This is your opportunity to help finalize our vision and make sure it is just what we want!

We are also going to begin to figure out how we will realize this vision! What are we going to do in the next three years to make this the very best school it can be!

Come have a voice in the direction of your school

4. Vote for your Favorite Burger at the Burger Slam!
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You should have received an invitation in your child’s folder for this year’s Second Annual Burger Slam. Last year’s event was a so much fun and we hope that we can make this year’s even bigger and better!   Tickets are available to the public online so please help spread the word!

You can invite friends by sharing the Burger Slam Facebook Page on your timeline.

Along with a People’s Choice Award, there will be a judging panel including celebrity guest judges, Julia Collin Davison, star of America’s Test Kitchen and Cook’s Country TV shows and Mayoral Candidate, Bill Walczak.

Also, we still need items for our silent auction, it would be so helpful if you can help secure donations.  Some Ideas:
Restaurant Gift Certificates
Children’s Birthday Party Venue
Cooking Lessons
Handmade Specialty Item (Knits, Jams, Painting)
Product from your Business
Sporting Event Tickets
Signed Memorabilia
Spa Service

For more information or to get tickets online: http://burgerslam.eventbrite.com/

Niki at nikip1@gmail.com
Sarah at sarahwilson123@comcast.net
Shannon at shannon.w.stirman@gmail.com

 

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5. May’s Genre Challenge is Mysteries

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 needs to fill out with their name, title of the book, genre title, grade, and a brief summary of the book.

 

If you have news, photos, or other information you would like to share on the weekly roundup, please email me at nikip1@gmail.com

 

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