Reminder: No OCEAN Classes, Monday, February 28
Upcoming ORCA Events
Join us at the OCEAN office. Stay for a quick hello and a cup of coffee or stay longer and volunteer for an hour or two helping us prepare old books for surplus.
Wednesday, March 2nd, ORCA/ASB Bake Sale
8:30-11:30am drop off donations in the OCEAN office.
Bake Sale: 1:00 - 1:30pm @ OCEAN K-12 and 2:30 - 5:30pm @ Quimper Mercantile 1121 Water Street
ORCA Meeting March 24; 5-6:30pm Zoom Link
(O.C.E.A.N. Resource & Community Alliance)
Find out about fun upcoming Spring events and ways to get engaged!
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 882 2925 6311
Save the Date: ORCA Family Get Together March 26, 12-4pm
Bring a picnic, bikes, basketball or soccer ball and come play at HJ Carroll Park! An informal get together to connect and have fun. All OCEAN families are invited.
Questions: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Human Growth and Development Info Session
The lessons include age appropriate comprehensive sexual health education and HIV prevention instruction as required by RCW 28A.230.070 and RCW 28A.300.475.
A parent info session will be held Monday, March 7, 5-5:30pm where we will review the curriculum and have an opportunity for families to ask questions. Zoom link.
Running Start Info Sessions
Monday, February 28
Tuesday, March 8
Wednesday, April 13
All sessions are at 6:00 pm via Zoom
Register at https://pencol.edu/running-start/running-start-information-nights-schedule
Conferencing Day - No OCEAN Classes - February 28
Running Start Info Session - February 28, 6pm
Parent Coffee and Volunteer - Tuesday, March 1, 8:30-10am
ORCA/ASB Bake Sale - Wednesday, March 2
5th Grade Field Trip with MB - March 7 (rescheduled date)
Running Start Info Session - March 8, 6pm
Plant-a-thon - Saturday, March 12
ORCA Meeting, March 24, 5-6:50pm
ORCA Family Get Together at HJ Carroll - Saturday, March 26
State Testing - April 25-May 6
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