Advantage Arts Academy | April 28, 2020
IN THIS ISSUE:
- Principal's Corner
- Final Vote for Name the Cub
- At Home Activities
- Construction Update
- Online Information Meetings (Wednesday, April 29nd)
This week I will be holding Ensemble meetings (parent committees). I will be meeting with the Marketing Ensemble (committee) and the Library Ensemble (committee).The school needs lots of parent help so don't hesitate to get involved. We also have other Ensembles that you can work with if Marketing and Library do not interest you. Below is a list of all our Ensembles.
Family Gatherings Ensemble
Fall Carnival Ensemble
If you would like to help with any of the Ensembles, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Once you send me an email with information about the Ensemble you would like to work on, I will send the information about the Ensemble and when we will be meeting. I look forward to working with the parents.
Principal Lisa Evans
You don't have to be good at art!!
Mrs. Lambert, our Kindergarten teacher, shares how she will help her students learn to spell words with art.
Final Vote for Name the Cub
Thank you to everyone that sent in their suggestions to name our cub mascot. All the suggestions for names were great. We formed a committee to choose two names for a final vote. Now we need your input and ask you to vote for the final name of the cub. The voting will close Monday, May 4th at 5pm. We will announce the name of our mascot next week in our weekly newsletter. We will also announce the person who named the cub and their prize.
Please click on the link below and vote.
The two names are:
1. Scout - Scout is someone who is sent to discover, gather and evaluate information.
A scout is basically someone who explores and discovers.
2. Arthur - ART in Arthur
At Home Activities - Reading Fort
Want to get your kid excited about reading while staying indoors? Build a reading fort together! This can change up the mundane routine while only using things around the house.
The first thing you and your kid will want to do is gather ample pillows and blankets to a large sitting area. The bigger and thinner the blanket, the better. Then locate sturdy furniture to hang the blankets on to design your fort. Couches, kitchen chairs, and benches are all great options. Stretch your blankets across the furniture. You might also need to use books as weights on corners of the blankets to help them stay in place. Try to make everything as study as possible to reduce the chance of it falling on a kiddo! (Tip: I used an extended music stand as the middle pillar to our fort. I made it stable by wedging one of its feet under a couch. This added some needed height.) Leave an open door for your kid to get in and out. The last thing you need to do is make sure the bottom of the fort is comfy. Use fluffy blankets and soft pillows to make the fort floor as luxurious as possible. All then it’s time to send your kid inside with a great book!
- Try a new cookie or cake recipe. Set up a camera or smart phone and film a cooking show.
- Choreograph a dance and video tape it to share with your friends.
- Heart attack a friend's door with notes telling them all the things you love about them.
- Create a family time capsule and store it in a safe place to open in a few years.
- Design and go on an indoor treasure hunt.
- Plan a family garden.
Want to see the latest developments on our amazing facility?
Join us on Facebook Live Friday, May 1 at 3:30.
We’ll also be giving away 3 AAA swag bags filled with fun! You must be online during the tour to enter and win so join us this Friday!
ONLINE INFORMATION MEETINGS
Wednesday, April 29th, 2pm
This is an online event.
Can't attend in person? Connect with us online to learn more about the school:
Join via Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 271 871 1970
Mobile: +1 669 900 9128
RSVPs are enabled for this event.
Reminder: If you have been accepted please complete the registration process ASAP!
We are happy to help you anytime or answer any questions you may have. Please contact us so we can walk you through the process.
We still have limited seats available for fall 2020. Please share with your friends, family members, and neighbors so they have the best chance possible to secure their spot at Advantage Arts!