Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
The flu season is approaching and as we all scramble to get ourselves and our children vaccinated, it is a good time to discuss with our children how fortunate we are to have access to basic medical care and vaccinations.
Each October students at King school participate in the UNICEF fundraiser called "Trick or Treat" for UNICEF.
Donations allow UNICEF to provide clean water, education, vaccinations and medicine to children around the world who need it most. Your child can collect donations in the orange box sent home in the Friday folder and return them to school by November 16.
Submitted by Rachel Sabb, Community Action Network Chair
Please check your order. If I made an error...either gave you the wrong item or forgot an item, please let me know so that I can correct the mistake. All errors should be sent to Susan Gechter at email@example.com by Friday, October 30. Thanks!!
Monday, October 26, 2009
October 23, 2009
Sunday, October 25, 2009
Friday, October 23, 2009
Thursday, October 22, 2009
With state funding for education decreasing and the projection for an even greater funding shortfall, it is important for community members to understand the county-wide education millage proposal that will be on the ballot November 3rd.
You can get more information at a2schools.org and click on the milllage information link.
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Pre-ordered race t-shirts & water bottles will be sent home with your child this week. Remember that this is a family event -- all children must be accompanied by an adult throughout the entire event!
If you haven't pre-registered, it's not too late. You can register on Race Day for $10/family and the fee helps cover the various costs to host the race.
Don't forget to wear your King of Hearts shirt on Sunday. Looking forward to you joining us - all the cool people are going to be there so why not you?
And don't forget that we are still looking for foodstuffs to be donated (bagels, water, etc) by grade level!
Contact Kevin Behmer at firstname.lastname@example.org for any further information or questions.
Bring your creativity and your great ideas-for adventure stories, poems, graphic novels, plays, or any type of creative writing. You'll get to work with writers and writing teachers, discover how to take your creative writing to the next level, and have lots of fun, too.
It's on Wednesdays, after school until 5pm, beginning October 21st and ending December 2nd. Ask at the school office for an extra sign-up sheet, or contact Camille Ziolekacziolek@oaklandcc.edu
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Washtenaw Schools Proposal:
Thursday, October 15, 7 p.m.
Huron High School, Little Theater
Monday, October 19th, 7 p.m.
Pioneer High School, Little Theater
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Mrs. Gracey's class recently finished writing personal narratives, and they are now hanging in the hallway. If you look closely at the picture you can see the shape of some very nice paragraphs, something they focused on during second grade and during this writing unit.
Keep up the GREAT WORK!
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Kroger has a new program this year. You are required to register your card online atwww.krogercommunityrewards.com . If you have a Kroger card from years past - you MUST register this card for the contributions to be made to King. Follow the online instructions to register - and when asked for an "NPO" number - enter 84978.
Any questions - contact Alena Stocking,email@example.com or (734) 973-3155.
Orders due Friday, October 16th.
Your support of Sally Foster and Tupperware is needed to send our 5th graders to Space Camp.
Sally Foster offers a wide range of gift wrap and gourmet treats for all occasions. Return the order form your child received, or visit www.SallyFoster.com The King account number is 253608. New this year, we are offering Tupperware. Choose from the "fundraiser catalog", a selection of Tupperware's best selling items, or order any product from Tupperware's full line at www.kingschool.tupperwarefundraising.com . Don't forget to back-click to the homepage to maintain the link to the King account.
Please forward the links to family, friends and co-workers. If you have questions contact LauraBoudette@yahoo.com . Thanks.
Tuesday, October 06, 2009
- Read, know and live the MLK School Drop-off and Pick-up Policy.
- Drop-off in the morning can begin at 8:35.
- When in the Drop-off/Pick-up zones, DO NOT get out of your car and DO NOT back your car up. This is not permissible and outside of the policy. If you need to help your child get out of car, you should park on Waldenwood Drive. If you feel you need to back up, please read #4 below.
- Be patient. When there are a lot of cars waiting to drop-off in the morning, slow down, go slowly, and wait your turn. Thanks.
- Did I mention read, know and live the drop-of and pick-up policy?
This year, we are asking parents to volunteer for just 2 hours over the course of the entire school year. Every task is important and valued. The volunteer forms were sent home in the 9/25 Friday folders. Please take the time to fill out the form and turn into your child's teacher or email me (firstname.lastname@example.org ) with your name, phone number and the events/activities that interest you by Friday October 9, 2009 (not 2010 as noted on form).
Submitted by Sandy Aldrich, Volunteer Recruitment
Family 5K on October 25 at 1:30 pm. Meet new families as you enjoy
the scenic route through the King School neighborhood! Registration is
due tomorrow,WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7. The cost is $25/family which
includes the after walk/run snack, entertainment, and two King of
Hearts 5K t-shirts. Extra t-shirts may be ordered for $11 each. Late
registration will be accepted through Monday, October 12. Late
registration is $30/family which includes the after walk/run snack,
entertainment, and two King of Hearts 5K t-shirts. Extra t-shirts may
be ordered by 10/12 for $11 each. Cash or checks (payable to King
PTO) will be accepted. This is a family event..all children MUST be
accompanied by an adult at all times. For additional information or
for a registration form, please contact email@example.com .
with brochures from Sally Foster and Tupperware. This important fund
raiser supports the 5th grade trip to Space Camp. Sally Foster offers
a wide range of gift wrap and gourmet treats for all occasions. New
this year, we are offering Tupperware. Choose from the "fundraiser
catalog", a selection of Tupperware's best selling items, or order any
product from Tupperware's full line -- available on-line. Both
fundraisers will include on-line ordering links to forward to friends,
family and co-workers. Please look over this very important packet
which was in your child's backpack last Friday. Submitted by: Laura
Boudette, 5th Grade Parent
products and help King School 5th graders make their way to Space Camp
this year. It's a virtual Tupperware party featuring the full line of
*It's easy to un-link from the King School portal on Tupperware. If
you are checking out and are asked to Log-In or Set Up an Account,
you have lost the link which benefits King School. Simply click the
underlined "home" (top left) -- you'll return to the Tupperware/ King
School page. Next, click on "cart". This will re-establish the link
to King School. You should then be able to by-pass "log-in/ account
set-up" and go directly to setting up shipping and payment. Questions,
please contactLauraBoudette@yahoo.com .
You can also order great Tupperware products through the "Funraiser"
catalog which was sent home with your child on Friday. See the order
form in the catalog and return to your child's teacher.
*The "Funraiser" catalog has sold out of the slim line pitcher and
olive oil dispenser.
Don't forget about Sally Foster, perfectly timed for the holidays. Go
to www.SallyFoster.com . The King School Space Camp account number is
253608. Please forward both links to family, friends, neighbors and
co-workers. You can also turn in the packet sent home last Friday.
All orders are due October 16th. Please remember, no cash and checks
should be made payable to King School Space Camp.
for Education? Box Tops are small logos that appear on General Mills
cereals, Juicy Juice drinks, Ziploc bags and many other items. Once
you start looking for them, or better yet, get your kids to start
looking for them, you will find them everywhere. Start clipping and
saving them because in April 2010, we will have a contest to see which
classroom brings in the most Box Tops. Getting additional Box Tops
from grandparents, neighbors etc is not only fair game, but
encouraged! The winning classroom will get bragging rights and a
party at the end of the contest.
Through the end of October, there is another way to earn up to $50,000
in Box Tops for King. Go to www.thebigclip.com and enter as much as
once a day through October 31. You need to put in an email address,
the school zip code of 48105 and then look for "King Elementary
School" on the drop down menu. You are not required to receive emails
about products unless you opt to. Once you have registered, each time
you go back you only need to enter your email address to earn King
another chance at up to $50,000. Thanks for your support!
Monday, October 05, 2009
This year's International Night is February 4. Mark your calendars!
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