MCCV NEWSLETTER OCTOBER 25, 2019

KEEPING FAMILIES CONNECTED

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PTA Website | Mary Collins Facebook Page | MCCV Twitter

2019-2020 School Calendar | Family Google Calendar


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OCTOBER/NOVEMBER EVENTS

Next Newsletter 11/8/19


Tonight!, October 25

5:30-7:30pm, MCCV Skate Night - Cal Skate - Click here for flyer


Monday, October 28

3:05-3:35pm, Homework Club (Grades 4-8) - Sign up in office by noon today!

Mr. Watt hosting S4


Wednesday, October 30

12:30pm, Taste of the Garden - Mrs. Howe's Class


Wednesday, October 30

12:45, Bake Sale to benefit Petaluma Animal Shelter - In Front of Lodge


Wednesday, October 30

4:00-7:30pm, Haunted House Classroom - 8th Grade Fundraiser


October 31

8:30-9:00am, Halloween Parade


October 31 + November 1

No Mentor Reading


Monday, November 4

3:05-3:35pm, Homework Club (Grades 4-8) - Sign up in office by noon today!

Ms. Pellkofer hosting L3


Tuesday, November 5

8:30am-Noon, 8th graders to Petaluma High School for school tour


Tuesday, November 5

4:00-9:00pm - Rafy's Pizza - PTA Dine and Donate


Wednesday, November 6

12:30pm, Taste of the Garden - Ms. Akers-Bell's Class


Thursday, November 7

6:00-8:00pm, 8th Grade Parent Preview Night at Petaluma High School


Friday, November 8

6:00-8:00pm, Middle School Dance - Lodge

FUTURE EVENTS

November 11 - No School, Happy Veteran's Day

November 14 - 8th graders to Casa Grande High School for school tour

November 14 - PTA Meeting

November 14 - MCEF Meeting

November 15-20 - Copperfield's Book Fair (See Special Events Below)

  • November 15, 8:30-10:30am - Parents, Books + Java, Special Guest Patty Norman
  • November 15, 6:30-8:00pm - Circus Show - Lodge
  • November 16, 9:00am-Noon - Donuts with Mrs. Derby
November 18 - Homework Club

November 19 - 8th Grade Parent Preview Night at Casa Grande High School

November 19 - 8th Grade Pasta Feed Fundraiser - NEW DATE!

November 20 - Taste of the Garden - Mr. Yu's Class

November 21 - Advisory Council

November 22 - K/1 Thankful Celebration

November 22 - Winter Share Band/Chorus (Tentative)

November 25-29 - No School, Happy Thanksgiving Week

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Check out Principal Schlueter's twitter feed for daily posts about MCCV happenings.

https://twitter.com/schlueter_amy


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VOLUNTEERS: PLEASE COME TO OFFICE AND SIGN IN WHEN ON CAMPUS

We sure love our MCCV volunteers! This is just a reminder.


Upon arrival at school, all volunteers please check in at the office. Please sign in and pick up your volunteer badge. Wear your badge at all times while you are on campus. It is important to come to the office, sign out, and return your badge before you leave the campus. This helps us know who is on our site, should we need to contact you or look for you in the event of an evacuation emergency.


Thank you!

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Haunted House Classroom - 8th Grade Fundraiser

October 30

4:00-7:30pm

4:00-5:30 is for the faint of heart who enjoy a slight scare (appropriate for K-3rd grade).

6:00-7:30 we will take the scares up a notch to make it fun for the older ones (4-7th grade)


Click here for spooky podcast advertisement!


Attention boys, ghouls and spooks of all ages, Wednesday, October 30th we will be hosting the first annual MCCV Haunted Classroom. Sequoia Cluster has been taken over by all sorts of spooky ghouls and ghastly ghosts. This fundraiser for the 8th grade trip will include a tour of the haunted classrooms, a spine-chilling bake sale, eerie activities and creepy crafts and games. Come and pick up a pumpkin to take home and 'Franken-weinies' (hot dogs) will be served as well.


The event has been scheduled for two different times with two different 'spooky' levels:

4:00-5:30 is for the faint of heart who enjoy a slight scare (appropriate for K-3rd grade).

6:00-7:30 we will take the scares up a notch to make it fun for the older ones (4-7th grade).


Can't wait to see you there!

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WANT TO GET MORE INVOLVED AT SCHOOL?

CLICK HERE TO LEARN HOW TO SUPPORT OUR SCHOOL


  • The Educational Foundation (can pay salaries + more) Co-Chairs Amy Cohen (amycohen339@gmail.com) and Megan Malone (meg@maloneweb.com). Think: Environmental education, music program, Spanish and middle school electives.
  • The PTA (supports non-salary needs on campus) President Amy Evans-Reber,(amyevans1235@yahoo.com). Think: Classroom Supplies, Mentor Reading, Field Trips.
  • Friends of Cherry Valley Library (supports the library) President Meagan Gazzoli, (mg@gazzoli.biz). Think: Librarian's Salary, Library Books, Technology.


These three groups hold community events, coordinate fundraisers, write grants and work tirelessly, all for the benefit of our children. Click here for a one page description of these three organizations.


It would be so wonderful for YOU to work with one of these organizations. Don't be shy! You don't have to jump in as President! We are looking for brainstormers, worker bees, and helping us plan for the future. Email one of the presidents above and get involved today!

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Alphabet Soup Benefit Thrift Stores

Celebrating 25 Years of supporting local schools & serving our community!


Alphabet Soup Thrift Store opened its doors in 1994. In 2013, we expanded into two stores, one offering clothing, the other housewares, and home furnishings. These two downtown retail locations, Alphabet Soup Clothing Boutique at 217 Western Avenue and Alphabet Soup @ Home at 203 Western Avenue, offer shoppers a unique experience of discovering vintage treasures and today’s chic styles at affordable prices. Please visit our dedicated Alphabet Soup website by clicking here!


Shopping, Donating and Volunteering at our stores benefit the mission of the Petaluma Educational Foundation (PEF), allowing for the foundation to expand its impact at our local schools currently serving 13,000 students annually. Pick-up of large furniture items in good condition and/or delivery of large furniture items purchased from our store is available by calling the store directly at 707.778.4818. Donors may drop off furniture and other items during regular Donation Alley Hours.


Volunteering to Benefit All Petaluma Schools Dedicated volunteers serve as cashiers, retail clerks, merchandisers, as well as, work behind the scenes processing donated clothing, furniture, housewares, and jewelry. Alphabet Soup’s operation depends on the support of these community members who give their time and talent each and every day in our stores. We invite you to come join us and support local education in this way!


Store Hours: OPEN DAILY!

Monday – Saturday 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Sunday 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Donations accepted: Monday – Tuesday & Thursday – Saturday: 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Sunday 10:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Please note our Donation Alley is closed on Wednesdays

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PETALUMA REGIONAL LIBRARY - UPCOMING EVENTS

Click here for the October calendar for the Petaluma Regional Library.

Click here for the November calendar for the Petaluma Regional Library.

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UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS


  • October 26 - Northbay Science Discovery Day - FREE - Click for info
  • November 5, 6:00-7:30pm - Vaping: Products, Health Effects and Solutions - Click for info
  • November 2019 - The Lion King Kids, presented by A Theater for Children - Click for info
  • November 12 - Five Minute Film Festival Informational Meeting - Click for info