Monday, December 7th - Friday, December 11th
Week at a Glance
Tuesday, December 8th
- Oak class goes to the Whitney Museum
Wednesday, December 9th
1:15 PM - 5:15 PM: Professional Development and Planning
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM: FSC Leadership Board Meeting
Thursday, December 10th
- Michelle at a training offsite until 1:30
Friday, December 11th
- Sam and Arian are out
This Week's Events
This Week's Music Classes
Alex will start tomorrow and we will tour him around in the morning and stop by to say hello to you all and briefly to the classes. Thanks to all of you for your support and flexibility in the past weeks. Sara, we are all sending you good healing vibes!
Wednesday Professional Development and Grade Level Meeting Agendas
Staff Holiday Party on Tuesday, December 22nd
Holiday Gift Drive
No pressure to participate, but if you'd like to contribute to our annual gift drive, here is the info. Thanks Amanda for organizing!:
Our annual Sponsor-A-Family Holiday Gift Drive is here! This is an initiative where all three schools in our building (MS 113, Compass, PS 372) come together to support families in our school communities who are in need during the holiday season.
You can visit the link HERE to sign up to donate an item or gift card. You can also donate money via cash/check (please place in the FSC mailbox outside Amanda's office in the community room) or Square cash (donate online via Squarecash with 'holidaysponsor' in the notes section). Monetary donations will be used to purchase items that are not purchased by 12/18.
We are grateful for any donations that you are able to make, no matter how small. Donations (gifts should be unwrapped) can be brought to the Compass Main Office (Room 431, 4th floor) on or beforeFriday, December 18, 2015.
If you have any questions about the gift drive, please email email@example.com. Thank you for helping us to brighten the holiday season for those in need in our school community.
Fire Department Visit: Citations and Things to Keep in Mind
- Any items that are hanging form the ceiling need to be taken down. This includes student work and fabric. Sorry :(.
- Work displayed in hallways should not be covering more than 20% of the wall. The fire marshal who recently evaluated us said that work can't be on walls other than on bulletin boards. We are working on getting more bulletin boards because we think that we are lacking a bunch. Feel free to hang student work in the meantime, but try not to coat the walls with it.