Volumen 12, Edicion 8 - Noviembre 21, 2018
Minutos de Mrs. Hutchins
Immersion Education – Teaching academic content in another language
Hello Fronteras Families!
THANK YOU to all of our K-3 Thanksgiving guests today! It is always a wonderful thing when families attend these special activities!
Looking ahead to December:
· Dec. 6th - Whole School attends Alaskan Nutcracker @ Glenn Massay Theater 10:30-1pm
· Dec. 14th – Christmas Concert K-8 @ Wasilla Bible Church 6pm
· Dec. 17th – 3rd, 4th, 5th grade Archery competition @ Shaw Elementary time TBD
· Dec. 20th – PAJAMA DAY!
· Dec. 21st – Work Day for teachers – NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
Wishing everyone a wonderful Thanksgiving! Enjoy the extra days off!
“Thanksgiving dinners take 18 hours to prepare. They are consumed in 12 minutes. Half-times take 12 minutes. This is not a coincidence.” -Erma Bombeck
Adjusted School Calendar
The Alaskan Nutcracker Field Trip
If you would like to sign your child up for swimming, please contact the Palmer Pool at 861-7676!
Just keep swimming.............just keep swimming...........just keep swimming.............
After School Enrichment Clubs
Mat-Su Special Santa Program 2018
The Mat-Su Special Santa is the largest gift giving program in the Valley. It started in 1997 with 90 children receiving gifts. Last Christmas the program brought toys, winter wear, books, sporting equipment and blankets to over 3,760 Valley children from 1,279 families. Now in its 22nd year the program has given gifts to over 31,000 children in the Valley. Special Santa is under the umbrella of Alaska Family Services, a 501c3 Non-Profit Charity.
The magic of this program is that every donation makes a huge difference and 100% of it goes to help families. For more information you can email email@example.com or visit the website at www.specialsanta.net. Forms are on the white board and at the front desk!
Did You Know?
Peru grows more than 55 varieties of corn!
When you go to a market in Peru, you can just about find corn in any color including yellow, purple, white and black. Famous for their giant kernels, most restaurants and bars served roasted corn to munch on at the table when you first sit down.