Tuition – If you have a running balance, please make sure that it is brought down to zero. There is only one month left of tuition.
Extended Care – There will be two more extended care bills—one from April 18 – May 13 and the other from May 16 – May 27.
Volunteer Hours – This is a reminder to fulfill your eight volunteer hours. You may also choose to pay $200.00 instead.
Half-Day – School will dismiss at 12:00 noon this Friday. There is no Extended Care. Spring Vacation is April 26 – 29. Have a Happy Easter Vacation! We’ll see you back on May 2nd at 8:30am sharp.
Piano Recital – There will be a piano recital Friday, April 22nd at 7:00pm in the church auditorium for Mrs. Brandenburg’s students.
April 22 School Dismissed at 12:00 noon – no extended care
25-29 Spring Vacation – Resurrection Week
May 10 Progress Reports to Parents
13 Auction & 1st-6th Grade Program – 6:30pm church auditorium
14 School Board Meeting – 12:30pm
20 Kindergarten Dismissed at 12:00 noon – no extended care for Kindergarten
20 Kindergarten Graduation – 7:30pm
26 Field Day
27 Last day of School – Dismissed at 12:00 noon – no extended care
Awards chapel; End of Sixth Grading Period; 8th Grade Graduation
29 12th Grade Graduation
"He is not here: for he is risen, as he said. Come, see the place where the Lord lay." Mat 28:6
First Grade Fourth Grade Seventh Grade
Obadiah Liou Christopher Flores Bryan Rodriguez
Gabrielle Malacas Fifth Grade Eighth Grade
Deep Patel Gabi Brandenburg Benjamin Bailey
Zacky Liou Natalie Brandenburg
Second Grade Melanie Bunggay
Victoria Apuya Sixth Grade Claire Parker
James Archie III Macayla Brown Samrawit Solomon
Daniel Cartwright Amanda Forsberg Tory Wilkerson
Ashley Parker Danielle Malacas
Katrina Stager Erika Pe High School
Austin Thomas Clarissa Sutton – 10th
Joyce Balatbat – 11th
Third Grade Julia Brandenburg – 11th
Nya Brown Griselda Rodriguez – 12th
From The Principal
Just a reminder about the auction coming up May 13: We will have an outsanding BBQ chicken dinner for sale that night—$10 for adults and $6 for children. The food line opens at 5:30pm and the live auction starts at 6:30pm. You will want to come early to make sure you get food.
Raffle tickets will be available toward the end of this week by the kindergarten gate. We will have $5 raffle tickets and $1 raffle tickets. If a person buys four $5 tickets, he gets one free—that’s five $5 tickets for $20! The prizes for the $5 tickets are a new Trek bike, a new laptop computer, and a Kindle. The prizes for the $1 tickets are various prizes valued between $25 and $75. We would like for each child to sell $200 worth of tickets. Each family can check out their bundles of tickets. Last year we sold $6,000 in raffle tickets. Let’s see if we can do even more this year.
We still need volunteers to help us run the events that night. We need people to help set up (5-10), take down (5-10), serve food (5), and collect money (5). If you can help with any of these areas, please let me know. Many hands make light work!
Thank you to those who have volunteered to make flyers for the auction. Flyers will be available this week for you to distribute to friends and family.
Think about what you can do to help fill the basket for your child’s class. Thank you for your help. We are looking forward to a great auction!