Forest Grove Gazette
Message From the Principal
Toolbox Notes from Home
Many parents have approached us with examples of how their students are bringing home with them the skills of our Toolbox social emotional learning program.
To help encourage this school-to-home communication regarding the Toolbox, we would like for parents to write a brief note describing how your child has used the Toolbox.
If you see your child using the breathing tool, the quiet/safe place tool, or any of the 12 tools, send a note to your child’s teacher, and we will post the note in the classroom.
Your child will be proud to see their example posted for the class to see, and you will be reinforcing the important lessons of the Toolbox.
Working together, we hope to provide our students with the skills they need to become more resilient people.
Buck Roggeman, Principal
Do you have 30 minutes to spare?
The Butterfly Parade and Bazaar is this Saturday, October 5th! We need your help to make this a great event! Sign up to set up, monitor a game, or clean up in easy, 30 minute increments. Watch the parade, work a shift, and stay for the Bazaar! Click here to sign up now:
Butterfly Bakers Needed
The Butterfly Bazaar is this weekend, Saturday, October 5th. We are still in need of various baked goods for our bake sale and cake walk to be a success. If you are able please consider going to the following link to sign up and contribute to this worthwhile event which benefits all four PGUSD schools.
Chalk Art Celebrities
Many thanks to everyone who was once again involved in our Chalk Art Day. This is an enriching project project for our students, and we have been recognized in our paper. Great job everyone!
Need a night out?
The Mix and Mingle is on Nov 2. This is great and fun way to support all of our schools! Click here to get your tickets now:
Do you love books? Do you love projects? Are you an organizer?
The library is looking for those that are project oriented, to help out with shelving and organizing books. Volunteers may help clean and sort library materials and displays, assist with children’s story times and activities, provide support to library users.
If you would like to volunteer we would love to have you! There will be a short training/meeting on Wednesday October 23 at 9:00am in the library.
Must be fingerprinted for the district
PTA Disney Raffle
Tuesday, Oct. 8th, 6pm
1065 Congress Avenue
Pacific Grove, CA
Share your Falcon Photos! Do you have pictures of Forest Grove events such as Book Fair, Ice Cream Social, Chalk Art, Falcon Football, and Beautification??? The Forest Grove yearbook relies on photo submissions from our parent and teacher community. Please share your pictures with us! Email photos to ForestGroveYB@gmail.com
How to Stay Connected to the PTA
Have you turned in your PTA Membership form yet? If not, it's not too late!
Why join PTA? The number one reason to join the Parent Teacher Association is to benefit your child. In doing so, you also help your school. But there are many more PTA advantages:
Get Connected. There’s no better way to know what’s happening in your school.
Speak Up. PTA can be a way for you to more effectively suggest change at your child’s school.
Witness Improvement. By getting involved at your child’s school you’ll be part of the solution, helping make positive changes.
Be a Role Model. By becoming a PTA member, you’ll be demonstrating to your child the importance you place on education.
Visit forestgrovepta.com to download your membership form now!
Want to be a Chaperone or a Volunteer?
We love to have parents help out at school and join us on our field trips. Before you go, make sure you have been fingerprinted through the District office. It is district policy that all parent volunteers be fingerprinted and cleared before working in the room or chaperoning a trip. Pick up a packet in the office or click here.
Contact Angela Lippert or Kimberly Ortiz at the District Office for more information.
Kimberly Ortiz email@example.com 831-646-6553
Angela Lippert firstname.lastname@example.org 831-646-6593
October 5th: Butterfly Parade
October 8th: PTA Meeting
October 9th: Dine Out at Michael's
October 14-18th: Fall Break - No School
October 23rd: Read-a-Thon starts
October 26th: Trunk or Treat, Movie Night and Disney Raffle
November 2nd: Mix & Mingle (Adults only)
November 4-8th: Minimum days (12:10 dismissal) Parent teacher conferences
November 11th: No School
November 27th: Minimum day - 12:10 dismissal
November 28-29th: No School - Thanksgiving Break