Shirazi Class Newsletter

Week of March 16th - SATURDAY EDITION

Dear Parents

TONIGHT is the Gala! Hope you have all gotten your tickets! If you're not able to go, you can always sponsor a teacher to go! Tickets still available for purchase online here:

Please see below for important info for this week.

Thank you,

Tammie Volk (Ethan's mom)

Ms. Shirazi's Room Parent

8th Annual GALA Auction

Phyllis Morris Showroom

655 N. Robertson Blvd., West Hollywood

5 - 9:30pm

Cocktail attire

Heavy hors d'oeuvres will be served

Take a sneak peek at all the amazing items that will be up for grabs this year:

We are using mobile bidding this year, so be sure to bring your fully charged cell phones to the Gala (as if we would ever be without them!). Yes, you will be able to place all of your bids using your cell phones! It's easy, convenient, and we think you are going to love it! We will get you set up for bidding once you've checked in, so all you need to do to prepare is charge your phone.

For a quick demo of mobile bidding, click here:

We strongly suggest that you take Uber, Lyft or a cab.


- Library parking lot (West Hollywood Park) at 625 N. San Vicente Blvd.

- 8752 N. El Tovar Place just North or Melrose off Robertson

- Valet lot 3 doors North of the Showroom

Get ready for some fun!!!

Dates to Remember

March 30th - April 3rd - SPRING BREAK!!!

Volunteering in the Classroom

Volunteer spots still available to read to the kiddies on Monday Mornings!

Sign up here:

Message from Ms. Shirazi

Thank you to ALL parents for attending teacher conferences! It was a pleasure meeting with you and discussing your child. If you have any questions throughout the year, please don't hesitate to ask.

Thank you to field trip volunteers!

I hope to see all of you at the GALA. You may bid on my "Teacher Outing". I take 2 students out to the park and we get milkshakes. I look forward to this every year!

Thank you parents who have donated to the GALA auction (eyelash extensions, Botox, a place to make the packaging come to action) our Kinder basket, and for all that you do everyday!!!

There is a level 3 rainbow words. Please keep practicing every night. Read with your child. Have them sleep by 7:30. And give your child a sense of accomplishment with a "job" to do at home. After they follow through with their responsibility at home, for example picking up all their toys or cleaning up, reward them. You may make a chart to support them visually, or communicate it to them. This way your child feels a sense of responsibility, accomplishment, and reward. How great is that!

Jennifer Shirazi