PCK Weekly Newsletter
August 25, 2022
Happy Thursday, PCK Community! It's been a busy week here at school. Between a Fund Run Assembly, Back to School Nights, and Service Buddies, there has been a buzz of activity going on!
Absences - Please DO NOT fill out a form to communicate your child's absence!
FUND RUN DETAILS
FUND RUN EXCITEMENT!
We’ve had a great kick off to our 2022 Fund Run! Our donation websites opened on Monday!
On Tuesday, we had our school wide kick off Assembly with a special appearance by Fund Run Frank! Our goal is to raise $50,000 for the PCK playground project. Don’t forget to register your student online at https://mybooster.com and share your link with family and friends!
This year we have new and exciting prizes for individual students, class and school wide prizes!
Keep an eye out next week for emails with more details! All students will participate in the Parker Core Knowledge Fund Run event, regardless of financial participation. We are grateful for our Parker Core Knowledge family and your commitment to help us pay for the new playground!
Key dates to remember:
- Monday, 8/22: Donating Opens on https://mybooster.com
- Tuesday, 8/23: Fund Run Kick Off Assembly
- Fund Run Event: 9/9
FUND RUN FRANK!!
School Directory Opt Out
The new school directory through DirectorySpot will be available soon. Please complete this form if you would like to completely opt-out of our school directory. If you opt-out of our school directory completely, you will not have access to it. Any questions or concerns can be directed to Becca Haines at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about DirectorySpot, please visit directoryspot.net. This is the same directory that we used last year, and we are excited to use it again.
Volunteer for the PTA!!! See this flyer for details...
Middle School Back to School Night
Service Buddies kicked off yesterday, where younger and older students are matched up to ultimately make a positive difference in the community outside of PCK's doors. Yesterday's event was a "meet and greet" for the partnerships. Students read books together, played games, looked for trash on the school grounds, and participated in many other activities, as they got to know one another better.
Alumni Comes Back to PCK to Sign a Canvas Displaying His Artwork
PLEASE NOTE: NO SCHOOL FOR SIXTH GRADERS ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 1st, DUE TO KEYSTONE SCIENCE CAMP
THANK YOU to The Schirmer family, for purchasing rain ponchos for the staff to wear on rainy days, during carpool. This was extremely generous, and the staff are very grateful to all of you. (Please see a photo of Becca Haines, holding her Dutch Bros. card, and modeling one of the ponchos!)