Friday, April 30, 2010
Thursday, April 29, 2010
Monday, April 26, 2010
Silent Auction to keep me wearing Maize and Blue!
I have planned to wear my Maize and Blue the day of the Ice Cream
Social! This is a perfect time because not only can I wear my colors
but everyone else can too! Yes, that's right! Even the OSU fans in
the King Community can wear the colors of Michigan. It only seems
fitting since they didn't bid enough at the auction to put me in
Scarlet and Grey. Don't you agree?
April 26, 2010
Dear M. L. King Kindergarten Parent,
For the 2010-11 school year, King School will have one half-day kindergarten class which will be an AM session. Exact times for the section have not yet been set; however, last year the AM section met from 8:48 - 11:54.
Some families requested the PM half-day kindergarten section for the 2010-11 school year, but that section will not be offered next year.
I also want to remind families that we have expanded the opportunities for a whole day kindergarten experience next year by offering two Extended Day Option (EDO) classes. EDO classes meet in the AM for academics and the PM is tuition based day-care. It is a nice option for working families who need to have children involved all day long. As of this writing, there are eight spots open for EDO next year. If you are interested (or you know a family who may be interested), please sign up at the Rec and Ed department. Rec and Ed is located at 1515 S. Seventh.
If you have any questions, please call us at 994-1940.
Saturday, April 24, 2010
The Silent Auction is now over, and it was a GREAT success and a GREAT time! I'm not sure about how much money was actually raised for King School, but I will post it on the King website as soon as I know.
Thank you to all of the families who came tonight to spend their hard earned dollars to support our school. You are a wonderfully supportive community!
While I'm writing this several moms and dads are sweeping floors, stacking tables, counting charge slips, organizing bid sheets, and doing everything else that needs to be done to finish a great Silent Auction fundraiser! A HUGE thanks goes to all of the volunteers. This night couldn't have happened without your work and your selflessness. As a community we owe you a huge debt of gratitude. I want to personally thank Alena Stocking for all of her effort and organization of this event. You've been wonderful!
I also want the King community to know how much the King staff appreciates the support of our PTO! The funding the PTO gives towards King School classrooms and grade level field trips makes a HUGE positive impact each year.
Again, thanks to everyone who came out tonight. Have a great weekend! I can't wait for the Ice Cream Social!
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Friday, April 23, 2010
Thank you to all of the Maize and Blue faithful for all of their support! Watch for updates soon on the best and biggest King School Spirit Friday EVER!
Just a quick note to say I'm looking forward to seeing everyone tonight at the Silent Auction.
Also, thanks to King parent Frances Kai-Hwang for featuring our great event (and the fun we've been having leading up to the event) on annarbor.com. Check it out by CLICKING HERE. I hear a link to the article was sent to the President of OSU!
PS - Remember - wear Maize and Blue tonight!
Thursday, April 22, 2010
Dear Maize and Blue Supporters,
The annual King School Silent Auction is just over 24 hours away . . . and we have a problem on our hands.
CLICK HERE if you don't know know about the problem.
CLICK HERE to show your Maize and Blue support!
Silent Auction Reminders:
- No parking in front of the school
- Registration begins at 5:30 and the fun begins at 6:00
- Don't forget to wear your Maize and Blue!
strategizing ASAP. Oh my . . .
On Apr 22, 2010, at 1:12 PM, OSU Parent wrote:
Unfortunately, you under-estimate the loyalty of the OSU fan base.
The King-OSU contingent has been steadily organizing over the past two
weeks and has gotten in contact with Mr. Jeffrey Scott, principal of
an elementary school in Columbus, Ohio (I cannot divulge which school
on conditions of anonymity) who agreed to help us with our efforts.
This unnamed school went viral with our plea - sending out numerous
emails, and has helped collect quite a few checks. Of course, this
does not surprise me.
In Mr. Scott's email to me, he indicated that he mailed off the
envelope containing these checks on Tuesday, so this should arrive in
today's mail. I have promised him we will forward a picture of you,
donning the lovely scarlet and gray jersey with smile intact, so that
he can share this with his elementary school. I think you will find
the colors suit you much better than maize and blue.
The King - OSU Contingent
|New Auction Items--Take Note Proxy Bidders|
|Just like past years, more items come in after the catalog is completed, OR the catalog has some mistakes.|
|252 Date Night Package # 4. Now includes Tickets to DSO and $50 gift cert to Main Street Ventures Value $122|
252.5 West End Grill Gift Certificate $100. Donated by Beth Kimball and Tom Wright
184 King Wear & Water Bottle--Size YL; Sapphire Peace, Love, Smile Logo $13
185 King Wear--Adult M Sweatshirt; Block letters; Navy/Gold $22
186 Hiller's Gift Cert--Donated by Hiller's Value $50
189 Detroit Red Wings--Thomas Holdstrom Signed Photo Value $40
277 Binder Park Zoo-- 4 passes-2 Adult/2 Children--Donated by the zoo $46
278 1-800-Junk--1/4 truckload of junk removal; OR 1/2 truckload of yard waste, rocks, concrete Value: $262
280 Sweetwaters Travel Mug and Coffee Beans--Donated by Sweetwaters $30
281 Jade Plant and basket items--Donated by Marie Steele Value $25
282 Water Proof MP3 player--Donated by the Stegemann Family Value $200
282 Linksys EtherFast Cable/DSL Router--Donated by Suman and Ravi Shankar Value $50
284 & 284.5 Ceramics by Mylinda Balint--Value $30 each
354 Private Gyrotonics/Pilates Lesson--Donated by The Movement Center $70
374 Eco-Friendly Basket --Donated by Ms.Shah's Class
377 Family Fun Basket--Donated by Ms. Schroeder's Class
378 Lights, Camera, Action Basket--Donated by Mr. Hyuck's Class
379 Hand Decorated Tote Bag--Space--Donated by Dr. M. Students--value Priceless
380 Hand Decorated Tote Bag--Sports--Donated by Dr. M. Students--value Priceless
381 Hand Decorated Tote Bag--Planet Earth--Donated by Dr. M. Students--value Priceless
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
From: An OSU ParentDate: April 21, 2010 3:02:28 PM GMT-04:00To: Kevin Karr <email@example.com>Subject: I had it dry cleaned yesterday
Dear MLK Families,
If you are a University of Michigan fan, graduate, or supporter, I want to make you aware of something disturbing that is happening at King School. CLICK HERE.
This is obviously unacceptable, so we need to get organized before the Silent Auction this Friday at 6 PM. CLICK HERE to show your support!
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Monday, April 19, 2010
Friday, April 16, 2010
· 4 packages – Southeast, Southwest, Florida and Midwest
· Packages are for 8 days and 7 nights for studio or one-bedroom accommodations
o Upgrades are available for a cost to Horizon for more bedrooms
· These packages feature resorts such as Westin, Radisson, and Wyndam – in addition to many other independent options. I think of these as similar to a timeshare you might visit or accommodations you might find while looking for extended stay options. They are like a mini-apartment where you would stay for a week.
· Options are found online by looking at www.rci.com. Click on the resort directory to look around. There are 1,637 options around the country – and many in each of the item categories.
· If you win a particular package – you would go online – look at options and then call to check availability.
· You must book 90 days in advance and these must be used within a year.
· I think these are a GREAT option if you like to be out of a hotel, in your own space with a kitchen, pool, etc. – for a vacation.
· One is Royal Carribean – one is Carnival – Royal Carribean also leaves from California – this is a catalog correction.
· These are 5-day, 4-night cruises, basic cabin rooms, upgrades available for a price.
· If you are the winner of this item you will call Horizon to see about availability.
· Must book 90 days in advance.
· Must get yourself to the port of call.
· Expires in one year.
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Saturday, April 24
Recycle your e-waste: it's quick, easy, and earth-friendly!
* computer systems
* telephones/cell phones
* PLUS MUCH MORE!
* Security precautions are made throughout the recycling process to ensure all data is destroyed.
Everyone Is Invited
* Small businesses and non-profits with large quantities of equipment are invited to participate in the Institutional eWaste Event on April 22-23. Click here for more information on the institution event.
* Conserve natural resources. Materials in your electronics are highly reusable.
Questions or information? email firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact Lisa Kohn, email@example.com.
This can only be accomplished by using the instructions and passwords provided on the green letter titled "Important News." If you cannot locate this letter, please email me and I will send another copy home.
Unfortunately, the school and district cannot supply technical support should you encounter problems with this process, but it has been tested in many homes and it seems to work well. Keyboarding skills are so very important to this generation of children, and we're happy that we can provide you with a way to support their progress at home. And the bonus is: the kids love it!
Thanks, Ann O'Keefe
Join us for Starbucks coffee and a conversation.
Please come enjoy a cup of coffee and a bagel in the company of other King school parents.
Bagel and cream cheese - $1
Bun - $2
Orange juice - 50c
Auction Chair Note - "As promised - I am honoring the requests of the Ohio State fans at GREAT personal angst. In the name of fund raising - we appreciate the OSU efforts and will accept their donation willingly - but COME ON UM people - we do LIVE in Ann Arbor - won't this be an embarrassment to see Mr. Karr in "scarlett" and grey? Ugh... This is painful!!"
needed to make the event run smoothly. Please
consider helping that evening. Help is really
needed with selling food at the food table and
also in the file room. Please use the doodle link to
Submitted by Rachel Sabb
Thursday, April 01, 2010
In addition there are approximately 9 spots left for EDO. Those spots will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Families who are interested should fill out EDO paperwork and turn it into Rec and Ed as soon as possible.
For more information, click here.