Transfiguration School Newsletter

October 18th, 2021

News and Notes

Dear Transfiguration Families,


Happy Monday! I hope you had a great weekend. October is really flying by! Don't forget that this Thursday is a no school day for students, due to a conference for our teachers.


Thank you for your renewed effort in drop off and pick up line to speed up the line. I appreciate it!


As the weather gets colder, please remember that only uniform jackets, sweaters and sweatshirts can be worn in the building. Liebmans has a lot of new warm wear so be sure to check it out.


8th Grade parents, make sure to register for TACHS by this Sunday, Oct. 24th, 11:59PM as that is the deadline for the TACHS Test registration.


Have a great week,


Ms. Kazan

Service Program Update!

REAL KIDS WEAR PINK DAY! - FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22

Don't forget Friday is Real Kids Wear Pink Day! All students are invited to wear pink and help raise awareness in the fight against breast cancer. The suggested donation to participate in our charity dress-down is $2.00. All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society® of Hudson Valley, Westchester & Fairfield County in support of the "Real Kids Wear Pink" campaign.

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Popcorn Fundraiser

Thank you to everyone you has participated so far in our easy, no fuss popcorn fundraiser! The sale ends this Friday, October 22nd. Please use the link below to sign up as sellers! As an added incentive to sell some popcorn, every family who sells at least one item by Friday will receive a dress down pass for each child in their family.


The PreK classes are doing a great job with this fundraiser! They are really showing up the K-8 classes! Let's get selling. We have one more week to sell and are so close to reaching our $5,000 goal!


Congratulations to our top three sellers this week:

VALENTINA CHERON PK4
MARIELLA RICCIARDELLA PK3
AIDEN SORICHETTI PK3


Keep on selling to support our school!

Seen Around Campus

Halloween Costumes

*As you begin to plan for Halloween Costumes, please keep the following standards in mind:

-no scary, gory or inappropriate costumes (ask teacher/principal if you are unsure)

-no costumes that depict inappropriate characters or characters that are not positive examples for children in the world today

-no evil villains of any kind (so Batman is ok but NOT the Joker for example)

-no masks/face coverings or full face paint

-no props that depict weapons of any kind

-skirts must be no shorter than 2 inches above the knee

-students MUST wear tennis shoes with their costumes SO if the character normally wears sandals, for example, your child MUST wear sneakers.

-No blow up costumes.

Upcoming Events:

Thursday, October 21st- No School- DATA Day

Friday, October 22nd- Pink Charity Dress Down

Monday October 25th School Photos

Wednesday, October 27th- No School- Conference Day

Friday, October 29th- Halloween Celebrations