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December 21, 2022 - NEWSLETTER
Hello Centerview Families,
Happy Holidays! Winter break is upon us and the time to celebrate with family and friends. The energy level at Centerview has topped out at a yearly high. The smiles and the extra energy make the month of December tiring but very gratifying. It is also the time of year when our hearts inspire the essence of giving and generosity. There are many people in need of help and kindness. Let’s practice and teach our children the importance of giving of ourselves.
We are very appreciative of the generosity our families and community members throughout the year. Your support makes so much possible. Thank you all!
I truly hope this winter break offers you the time to spend with those people in your life that mean the most to you and enrich your life. Please give yourself the time to recharge with those people and create opportunities for connection.
There will be no school Thursday, December 22 through Monday, January 2. We’ll welcome everyone back to school on Tuesday, January 3, 2023. Enjoy!
I wish you all a safe and restful winter break and look forward to seeing you in 2023!
Winter Break Hours
During winter break, December 22-January 2, the District Services Center will have special hours for guests:
- Thursday, December 22 - closed
- Friday, December 23 - closed
- Monday, December 26 - closed
- Tuesday, December 27 - 8 a.m.-noon
- Wednesday, December 28 - 8 a.m.-noon
- Thursday, December 29 - 8 a.m.-noon
- Friday, December 30 - closed
- Monday, January 2 - closed
Normal hours will resume Tuesday, January 3.
SLP spaces featured
Our partner in redesigning our learning spaces, Wold, has published a piece on how classrooms of the future will support the individual needs of learners. Take a look at this 2-minute read that highlights our approach to personalized learning.
Live on 65: Miss Myra and the Moonshiners
Miss Myra and the Moonshiners bring their formidable 5-piece swing band to the Live on 65 stage on January 5 at Spring Lak Park High School. They are the latest to play the Live on 65 performance series that aims to bring world-class entertainment to the North Metro.
Thanks to generous sponsorship from the Spring Lake Park Lion's Club, tickets are priced for the whole family to attend at $12 for adults and $5 for students/children. Purchase tickets online or day-of at the box office.
We recently caught up with Myra Burnette (Miss Myra) to learn more about the band and what Live on 65 audiences can expect. She spoke with us from New Orleans where she is surrounded by guitars, banjos and a sousaphone and playing music with the locals.
- December 22 - January 2: Winter Break, no school
- January 5 - Live on 65 Performance Series - Miss Myra and the Moonshiners
- January 16 - No school - Martin Luther King Jr. Day
- January 24 - PTO Meeting at 6:30 p.m.
- January 27 - Movie Night
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