Aviator Air Newsletter

Maple Dale Elementary's Parent Communication

Friday, January 12, 2018

Our Flight Plan

Welcome to the Maple Dale Elementary Newsletter! We will share important information and highlight the great things our students and teachers are doing at our school. You can expect this in your inbox each week on Friday afternoons.


Attendance Line: (513) 686-1756


Mark your calendars!

January 15 - Martin Luther King Day (NO SCHOOL)

January 17 - All Pro Dad Breakfast

January 19 - Cultural Heritage Night

January 22 thru 26 - Staff Appreciation Week

January 25 - Preschool Open House

Maple Dale Cultural Heritage Night!

Friday, Jan. 19th, 6-8pm

6100 Hagewa Drive

Cincinnati, OH

Please join us to celebrate the cultural heritages and traditions represented at Maple Dale! Our school will be transformed for you to experience the tastes, sounds, arts, games, stories, dances etc. of the many cultures represented in our school community. This event will start with tastes of homemade food and cultural booths, and end with a high energy fashion show by our students and a variety of performances on stage!

After School Enrichment is back in 2018 and better than ever!

Registration was early this year, if you missed it, don’t worry it’s not too late!


There ARE still spots available!


Please check out the After School Enrichment Registration Page for class openings or click this link.


http://mdpto.3dcartstores.com

Registration will officially close on 1/18/18.


Don’t miss out on a fun, enriching experience for the children.

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Winter is Here...

The cold weather has returned. Please make sure your children are dressed appropriately for these cold days. Hats, boots, warm jackets and gloves or mittens are essential for the students to be able to enjoy their time at play outside.

Green Team Tip of the Week

We’re all familiar with the term “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” and while most of us are great at recycling, we should focus on reducing and reusing whenever possible since recycling requires the use of a lot of energy. A great place to start reducing is with plastics. Some ideas include refusing to buy single use water bottles and always keeping a reusable one with you. Skip the snack and sandwich bags and opt for reusable containers for lunches and snacks on the go. Bring your own bags and containers when shopping for produce and bulk items (ideally from the farmers market!) Eat less meat and processed food. Cheap plastic toys- just say no! These are just a few simple ideas. For many more and some inspiration check out the Zero Waste Movement and always question whether there is something you can do to reduce.

Don't Miss a Chance to Dance!

PERFORM WITH THE FLYERETTES!


The Sycamore High School Dance Team is hosting their annual dance clinic for grades K-4

Saturday, January 20.


All dancers will perform with the team during the halftime of the

Boy’s Varsity Basketball Game on

Tuesday, January 23.


Click on the Flyer PDF for details and also:

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT

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Tacos for a Cause! - Sycamore Schools PTO Scholarship Fund

Thursday, Jan. 18th, 11am-10pm

1100 Summit Road

Cincinnati, OH

A portion of the proceeds for all sales on Thursday, January 18th will benefit the Sycamore High School PTO Scholarship Fund. Grab lunch with a friend! Skip cooking and bring the family for dinner! Ben meaning to hit the Summit Park Ice Rink? It will also be open that night from 5-9 pm!

Sycamore HS Annual Cabaret Feb. 10!

The Sycamore Vocal Boosters proudly present the 2018 Cabaret @ Sycamore High School in The Hub starting at 7p on Saturday, February 10th. The Cabaret features members of the HS Choral Program as soloists and in small ensembles in a coffeehouse atmosphere, singing jazz standards, musical theatre, folk, classical and foreign language pieces. Tickets $10. Tickets available starting February 1 @ http://www.aveschoir.org/Cabaret-Tickets. Limited seating. Proceeds benefit the Sycamore High School Choral Program and Sycamore Vocal Boosters.
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About us

At Maple Dale Elementary, staff, parents, and students work as a team to promote success and provide a welcoming, safe, and positive learning environment for all.