Aviator Air Newsletter
Maple Dale Elementary's Parent Communication
Friday, October 13, 2017
Our Flight Plan
Attendance Line: (513) 686-1756
Mark your calendars!
October 13 - End of 1st Quarter
October 16 - No school
October 18 - All Pro Dad Breakfast
October 19 - PTO Meeting 9:30 am - 11 am
October 19 - Glow Run
October 20 - Report Cards go home
October 26 - Evening Conferences
October 27 - Parent/Teacher Conferences (NO SCHOOL)
October 31 - Harvest Parade @ 2:30 pm
Maple Dale Glow Run
Are you ready for an awesome GLOW RUN?
Collect those pledges! Glow Run envelopes are due TUESDAY. Credit card donations can be made online at the Maple Dale PTO Transaction Center. We can reach our goal if every student raises $35.
Prepare to glow! On THURSDAY, wear comfortable shoes for walking and any clothing (white works great!) or accessories that will glow in the blacklight!
Parent volunteers are still needed! Please sign up here or contact Heather Parzynski (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are able to help or are interested in participating in the Glow Run with your child. Thank you in advance for supporting Maple Dale PTO!
9:35-10:25 - 2nd grade
10:30-11:20 - 3rd grade
11:25-11:55 - a.m. Preschool & a.m. Kindergarten
12:40-1:30 - 1st grade
1:35-2:25 - 4th grade
2:30-3:00 - p.m. Preschool & full-day Kindergarten
We are still in need of several volunteers for Vision Screens on Tuesday October 17. Please consider volunteering. Questions? Contact Vanessa Shafer email@example.com
Please sign up using the link below. Questions: Contact Vanessa Shafer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Help Our School Win
Exciting Change Coming to Maple Dale!
We would like to let you know of an exciting change coming to the end-of-the-day routine at Maple Dale! Beginning on November 6, we will begin curbside pickup of students who are normally picked up from the Media Center.
Parents and guardians will be permitted to pull into the circular driveway and we will bring your student to you!
Each parent will be issued two car placards that will identify students in their family. These should be placed on the car rearview mirror so the number is visible. No child will be released unless we can verify that a school-issued placard is in the window.
More specific information about this change will be coming home in Monday packets on October 23. Families will receive their car placards the week of October 30.
We are choosing to change our typical routine due to a lack of parking spaces at dismissal time and to help parents save time. It is our hope that we can dismiss all students being picked up in a more timely fashion as well.
Should you have questions about this change, please feel free to reach out to Mrs. Reinke or Mrs. Zellner.
We look forward to a smooth transition to this new system!
The Front Office Team,
Angie, Kathy, Jenny, Mindy and Ann Marie
Aviator Flight Fest - Sycamore Junior High - October 21, 2017
Please join us for a 5K walk/run, 10K run and festival (a.k.a. carnival)
Registration is now open!
New this year – take advantage of the early bird registration perk and receive a custom race bib with your name!
Immediately after the race, come join the festival fun!
There will be inflatables, games, bid-n-by, karaoke, food and more!
Aviator Flight Fest help support over 20 extra-curricular clubs and activities for our 800+ students in grades 7 and 8 at Sycamore Junior High School.
This is the only school fundraiser for the year so we need your support! Interested in volunteering – please email email@example.com
Lynx Project will present their inaugural Autism Advocacy Project, a world premiere concert of newly commissioned art song with text by youth with autism who live in the Cincinnati area.
Concerts take place on Friday, October 27th at 7:30 pm and Saturday, October 28th at 9am at Mason Middle School and Cincinnati Art Museum, respectively. Friday’s concert is family-friendly, interactive, open to the public at large, and features a pre-concert art-making workshop with Visionaries+Voices as well as a post-concert dessert reception.
Pre-sale tickets are $20 for adults, $5 for children under twelve, and $5 for students and teachers with ID. Group rates are available. Tickets are available at lynxproject.org/tickets or by calling 513-235-0538. Saturday’s concert is in conjunction with Cincinnati Art Museum’s Autism Family Exploration, InspireCareEmpower
October Newsletter 2017 ~ Mason Middle School where the museum opens before-hours for a sensory-friendly experience. Entry is free and open to families with children with autism. A project of this type is completely unprecedented, occurring for the very first time right here in the Cincinnati area. This ground-breaking artistic collaboration magnifies voices which often go unheard, but whose messages resonate deeply. These four youths’ powerful words and the composers’ musical responses have inspired Lynx Project to ask communities, “how will you speak into the world today”?