Friday, September 13
In this newsletter...
- No school on Monday, September 23rd
This newsletter contains the following information:
- Counselor Corner
- Lunch Information
- Athletic Information
- New Box Tops Collection Process
- Community News
- September 16-20 iReady Diagnostic Window (Math)
- September 18 Spirit Night (Moe’s @ Southpoint) (PTSO)
- September 20 Community Discussion (1:4)
- September 20 Interim Reports (Via PowerSchools)
- September 23 No School (Required Teacher Workday)
- October 1 Fall Pep Rally and Student Staff Volleyball game
- October 4 Final Date to Submit Field Trips for the Year
- October 7 Staff Meeting: General
- October 8 Board of Directors Meeting
- October 9 Book Fair (PTSO)
- October 10 Book Fair (PTSO)
- October 11 Book Fair (PTSO)
Order school pictures at mylifetouch.com before Picture Day Friday, October 11 . Parents can customize packages, order for more than one child at the same time, earn coupons and pay with credit card or Paypal.
Encarga las fotos escolares en mylifetouch.com antes del Día de la Foto. Los padres pueden personalizar los paquetes, encargar para más de un niño al mismo tiempo, ganar cupones, y pagar con tarjeta de crédito o PayPal.
Kestrel Heights School
Picture Day is Friday, October 11
Picture Day ID: BW719003Q1
*Note that your scholar will bring home picture proofs with ordering information. Even if the scholar does not pre-order or pre-pay.
*Tenga en cuenta que su estudiante traerá a casa pruebas de imagen con información de pedidos. Incluso si el erudito no pre-ordena o pre-paga.
High School Information for 8th Grade Parents
8th Grade Parents:
Kaleidoscope Charter High School will be hosting an information night for 8th graders and their families on Saturday, September 14th - 2pm Calvary Baptist Church, 10310 Chapel Hill Rd, Morrisville . See Community News section of this newsletter for a brief description.
If you are interested in learning more about this high school option for next year, please visit www.kaleidoscopehighschool.org
Morgan Callahan, M.Ed., NCC
School Counselor and 504 Coordinator
Kestrel Heights School
919-484-1300 x 215
Don't Forget to Pre-Order
Everyone MUST pre-order lunch, otherwise a lunch WILL NOT be prepared.
What you need before you order:
1. Create your account and add your child to your account (See Guide attached or click here)
2. Review Menu with your child. A “complete meal” is the lunch meal posted on the menu. (Menu is attached)
Here is How to Pre-Order:
Step 1. Log into your account. School Payment Portal
Step 2. There will be a new button to pre-order the meals. Click on Meal Pre-Order then on Select Meals to the left of their student(s) name.
Step 3. Select the date and meal selection from a drop down menu. “Complete Meal” is what is posted on the menu.
Step 4. Click Save.
Free or Reduced Lunch Application
919.484.1300 ext 300
Here you will find all forms necessary for Fall Sports Tryouts for the 2019-2020 school year.
Forms to be completed by a physician and signed by parents prior to tryouts.
If you still have clippings, continue to send them in and we will continue to submit them until all of them have been phased out!
GUITAR & UKULELE CLUB!
Kestrel Heights is very fortunate to have after school "GUITAR & UKULELE" club this year under the direction of Vlad Kary. He is a professional musician with over 15 years of experience in playing and teaching music all over the world.The program is open for all levels from absolute beginners to advanced players. Students will learn about different areas of their instrument. Instruction is guided accordingly to keep lessons engaging and fun!
To learn more about the classes, the cost, and sign up, please, email: email@example.com
When: Tuesdays at 3:45 - 4:30
Where: Music Room
Grades: 2 - 8
Please sign up with the instructor by September 13th. Classes begin September 17th
There is no better reward than seeing our students develop a passion for music!
E-Link Carpool Services
KALEIDOSCOPE CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL
Opening August 2020
Morrisville's innovative student-centered Kaleidoscope Charter High School (KCHS) is opening in August of 2020!! If you are looking for a smaller, innovative, community high school where students can explore their passions, and are able to learn in a supportive, collaborative environment, then Kaleidoscope may be right for you.
Our mission is to provide a student-centered learning environment, empowering students to become independent learners, as well as creative and critical thinkers, using an innovative approach to prepare students for higher education and beyond.
By putting students at the center of their own learning, we will prepare and empower them to become the next generation of leaders in a globally interdependent world.
Kaleidoscope Charter High School addresses the distinct learning needs, interests, aspirations, and backgrounds of all students to ensure that each reaches his or her full potential. Parents, families, and the community are an integral part of the learning community ensuring student success.
Utilizing rigorous problem-based study, self-directed learning activities, research projects, collaborative workgroups, Socratic seminars, hands-on experimentation, and other methods, Kaleidoscope prepares students to succeed in higher education, serve as leaders, and thrive in their career endeavors.
By providing a world-class, 21st century, student-centered learning environment, Kaleidoscope Charter High School empowers students to become responsible citizens in a global and inclusive society.
Any NC student is welcome to apply to attend KCHS. Our lottery will open in January and accepted students will receive their notice in March. We hope you join us!
Please join us at one of our upcoming Information Sessions:
Saturday, September 14th - 2 pm
Calvary Baptist Church, 10310 Chapel Hill Rd, Morrisville
Don't forget to sign up on our website to receive updates about our progress! www.kaleidoscopehighschool.org
YMCA Afterschool Care
- Quiet, supervised homework time
- Creative arts
- Indoor & outdoor games
- Sports & specialty clinics
- Assembly & snack time (children provide snack)
YMCA After School youth counselors receive 30 hours of staff training annually. They are responsible, knowledgeable high school and college-aged students who enjoy working with children.
2018 - 2019 Traditional and Year-Round Schools
Choose from monthly drafts or payment in full.
Financial assistance is available.
Registrations are accepted at any Durham YMCA location. Participants may begin After School the Monday after registering. Friday or weekend registrations can begin 1 week from the following Monday.
Curriculum Bridge is an academic enrichment program that is built on and around assisting children who need the help outside of school. Academic enrichment tutoring for Pre-K thru 8th grade.
Every other Saturday
10am – 12pm
South Regional Library
4505 S. Alston Ave.
Durham, NC 27713
Academic Tutoring All School Year! We help with:
Grade Level Assessments
Free Snack Packs
One on One Tutoring
For More Information Contact:
Guy Crawford Curriculum Bridge
Teacher Coordinator Guyvc4@Gmail.Com