8:00 AM - 9:00 AM 5K Cougar Dash@Nomahegan Park 8:30 am
8:00 AM Chorus Rehearsal (2M and 2R)
8:00 AM Chorus Rehearsal (2S & 2G)
3:00 PM - 4:15 PM After School Sports
Spring is in the air and we’re continuing our efforts to plan and present activities organized around a central global theme of “It’s a Small World”.
The theme for the our third trimester is SAVE THE PLANET. Activities grouped under this theme are designed to help students consider the problems we all face as a result of increasing population and diminishing resources. The main objective will be to raise student awareness of ecological issues. Children will be led to understand that the earth must be shared and respected, not exploited and used for short-sighted ends. The importance of preserving natural resources for future generations will be stressed.
Parents can help in this effort in several ways:
Purses: made of discarded bubble wrap or small boxes with handles made of old rubber tubing.
Jewelry (Necklaces, bracelets, earrings, etc.) fashioned from old pop-tops, beads, plastic 6 pack rings, old newspapers and magazines.
Hats and shoes constructed from old boxes or milk containers
Vests made of paper or plastic bags
Bird feeders made from old milk containers or egg cartons
Wind Chimes or Mobiles assembled with wire hangers, old utensils, sea shells
Musical instruments such bongos made from oatmeal boxes or maracas made from old tin cans and dried beans.
GET THE IDEA?
Use your imaginations! Have your child bring your creations to school on or before April 28. We will exhibit these in the halls and give all the children a chance to share their recycled fashions and art as part of our Arbor/ Earth Day Celebration on Friday, April 28.
Together we hope to teach our children the importance of environmental responsibility. Please feel free to speak to your child’s teacher if you have any additional suggestions about how to make this project even more meaningful.
Thank you for your ongoing cooperation and support.
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