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UPCOMING MARIGOLD EVENTS
October 15: School Picture Re-take day
October 25: JOG-A-THON!
October 29: Annual Thanksgiving Feast (see below)
October 31: Costume parade 8:30 am
November 5: CUSD TK/Kinder Faire, 5:30-7:00pm @Marsh Jr. High
November 8: NO SCHOOL/ Elementary only
November 11: NO SCHOOL Veterans Day
November 18: Talent Show Dress Rehersal 2:30pm-3:30pm (see below)
November 19: Talent Show @CFA, PV 6:30pm (see below)
SCHOOL PICTURE RE-TAKE DAY
98.95% Mrs. Letcher
98.63% Mrs. Thomas & Mrs. Barry
98.38% Mr. Friedman
97.68% Mrs. Sciligo
These classrooms have the honor of displaying our IRONMAN trophies until the next awards assembly.
Who will it be next month?????
Thank you in advance for your support of this activity!
It’s time for fall fun! Thursday, Oct. 31st, 8:30 am is Marigold's annual costume parade!
Come dressed to impress and enjoy the morning as students showcase their unique (and school appropriate) costumes.
Students may come to school dressed in their costumes, however must change into regular street clothes immediately following the parade.
· Fun, not revealing costumes
· No weapons or masks of any kind allowed
· Keep the bloody costumes at home- Costumes must be “G” rated and age-appropriate for all Marigold students.
· Check for safety- Please ensure your child’s costume is safe and not a tripping hazard for themselves or others.
Parents are invited to stay on campus to watch the parade.
MARIGOLD TALENT SHOW
GIRLS ON THE RUN - FUN!!
We happy to announce that Marigold will be hosting a Girls on the Run team this spring for girls in 3rd, 4th, or 5th grades.
Registration will open January 21 at 6:00 AM on a FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED basis and will stay open until we reach a full team of 15 or February 5 - whichever comes first.
Girls on the Run is WAY more than a running program. Through dynamic, conversation-based lessons and running games taught by certified Girls on the Run coaches, GOTR is a safe, supportive place for your girl to build her confidence, find friends, and learn life-skills to help her navigate her world.
Meeting twice a week in small teams of 8-15 girls, running is used to teach girls how to set a goal, slowly work toward it and accomplish it while encouraging lifelong health and fitness and building confidence through accomplishment..
Volunteer coaches follow a research-based curriculum that covers topics such as:
*how to turn negative self-talk into positive self-talk
*how to understand their emotions
*how to choose good friends and be a good friend
*how to show gratitude and express empathy
*how to deal with gossip and handle peer pressure
*and SO MUCH MORE
At the season's conclusion, the girls will complete a 5K (3.1 miles) fun run Saturday, May 9 at Turtle Bay in Redding. Completing the 5K gives the girls a tangible sense of achievement as well as a framework for setting and achieving life goals.
The result - making the seemingly impossible, possible and teaching girls that they CAN
Our spring 2020 season will begin the week of February 17, 2020
Teams are limited to 15 girls
REGISTRATION WILL OPEN January 21@6 AM(first come, first served)
Registration fee is on a sliding scale based on Household Income: $25-$125
Financial Assistance is also available for families affected by the Camp Fire
Be sure to register your girl as soon as registration opens to guarantee her spot. To register your girl and for more information, visit: www.gotrNorthState.org. The program fee includes the ten-week program (20 lessons + all program materials), registration for the end of season 5K event, a shirt and finisher's medal. Have your girl grab her running shoes and join the Girls on the Run team! Questions:, call 530-636-0786 or email firstname.lastname@example.org