October 7, 2016
Lead Learner Highlights
- 10th - Columbus Day - School and offices closed
- 11th - NO SCHOOL - Teacher Inservice Day
- 12th - NO SCHOOL in observance of Yom Kippur
- 14th - School Fundraising Assemblies --Help support KP
Ways to Help
In an effort to give students a collective way to show their support for Allison, our teachers Nancy Faulkner and Margie Scobbo will be organizing a 7th and 8th grade dance on Friday, November 11th here at KP from 6:30 - 8:30pm. To make this fundraising event a success, we need your help. Would you consider donating your time to chaperone the dance, baking goodies to sell at the dance, or donating paper products? If you are willing to help, please contact Margie Scobbo at Margarita_Scobbo@whps.org
I am also including a Go Fund Me effort (see below) started to support a medical fund for Allison's medical treatment.
KP is collecting box tops! Have your child check with their team leader for the location of their team's collection box. Here is a link to frequently asked questions.
Student Opportunities/After School Information
This Bulletin provides students, parents/caregivers, and staff members with important happenings. There is information about a number of school activities.
Technology and Engineering Club Starting soon! Click below for more information.
Parent/Caregiver Resources and Community Events
In the Community
Being Mindful While Parenting Sponsored by the West Hartford Libraries and Great by 8!
Being Mindful while Parenting is a free group being offered at the Noah Webster Library, 20 South Main Street. Parenting is more enjoyable when you are calm and have a basis for parenting decisions. Achieve this with mindful parenting. Parenting mindfully means parenting in the present moment, non-judgmentally, without the need to react. We all know that raising a family creates stress that can cause us to react without thinking.
With the practice of mindfulness and grounding guidelines for our parenting choices, we can reduce the stress and choose to respond thoughtfully. Come and join other parents who are interested in learning how to use mindfulness to their advantage and raise responsible adults. You and your family will benefit, and thank you, for taking this time for yourself.
Our meetings are held in the Noah Webster Library story room. You may attend just one or more as you wish. No registration required, come comfortable, ready to relax. You deserve it.
Hosted by: Laura Price Wilson, LPC, Parenting Consultant, email@example.com
October 26, 7-8:30 pm (extended session)
November 10, 7-8 pm
December 8, 7-8 pm
December 22, 7-8 pm
Meetings in 2017 will be held on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the Month, 7-8 pm
Unified Theater will mark its 15th anniversary with a year-long celebration of inclusion and creativity, and we invite you to join in! Join us at events and community discussions throughout the school year focused around celebrating our growth and continuing to build more inclusive communities.
The “Orange Ball: A Halloween Birthday Bash” kicks off the anniversary year events on October 29th.
Interested in learning more? Visit www.unifiedtheater.org/15years for upcoming event details, or contact Rachel Griffin, Development & Communication Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-559-3810.