November 10, 2017
Fall Creek Elementary School
12131 Olio Road
Fishers, IN 46037
November 13-17 GREEN MENU
Monday-Chicken Tenders w/dinner roll, green beans, veggie pack w/hummus, fruit and milk
Tuesday-Cheese omelet w/bacon, bagel, tater tots, cinnamon apples, fruit and milk
Wednesday-Thanksgiving Meal - Turkey w/gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, stuffing, dinner roll, fresh fruit salad, pumpkin pie or caramel apple bars
Thursday-Ravioli w/meat sauce, garlic toast, broccoli, salad, fruit and milk
Friday-Potato crunch fish bites w/macaroni and cheese, steamed carrots, salad, fruit and milk
Monday-Taco Scoops, refried beans, salad, fruit and milk
Tuesday-Scrambled eggs w/French toast sticks, glazed carrots, veggie pack w/hummus, fruit and milk
Wednesday - Friday -- THANKSGIVING BREAK - NO SCHOOL!
Lunch Visitors: Our Café is now allowing visitors. Simply go to the FCE website and under quick links, you will see “lunch sign up for visitors”. Please sign up before 9:00 a.m.; as a reminder, you MUST have an approved Background Check on file and may not bring restaurant food to lunch. Five visitors are allowed per grade level. Please note your preference: hot lunch, chef salad, or turkey sandwich ($3.35); no restaurant food permitted, or bringing from home. We look forward to seeing you in the Café!
BLOOD DRIVE THIS SATURDAY TO SUPPORT HALLE!
The community is invited to give blood in honor of Halle Guilliam at a special American Red Cross blood drive held in her name Saturday, November 11, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Fall Creek Elementary School in Fishers.
10-year-old Halle is a happy and positive fourth-grader. She was diagnosed in June 2016 with medulloblastoma, a brain tumor. Since then she has undergone more than 30 radiation treatments and received multiple blood transfusions at Riley Hospital, always smiling through it all. The Red Cross provides the majority of blood used to treat patients at Riley Hospital and the IU Health System.
“As Halle received transfusions, it was meaningful to us to see the Red Cross logo on the bag and know generous Red Cross donors helped to save her life,” said Kara Guilliam, Halle’s mother. “During her battle, we have had lots of support from many. We are firm believers that no one fights alone. We are thankful for the support we have received so far, and we hope that the community will join us in giving blood in honor of Halle and other kids fighting cancers and tumors.”
“Halle is a fighter,” said Jason Guilliam,” Halle’s father. “From the day she learned about her diagnoses she has fought with a smile every single day.”
“There are so many reasons why someone may need blood that we don’t even realize,” said Meg Ahlering, business development manager for the Red Cross. “We take for granted that blood will be there at the hospital when we need it, but it can only come from generous volunteer donors. Giving blood in Halle’s name is a wonderful way to honor her and potentially help others with her condition.”
Every two seconds in the United States blood is needed to respond to patient emergencies, including accident and burn victims, heart surgery and organ transplant patients, and those receiving treatment for leukemia, cancer or sickle cell disease. The Red Cross must collect nearly 14,000 blood and platelet donations every day for the patients at about 2,600 hospitals nationwide.
VETERANS DAY THANK YOU!
Thank you Mrs. Michael and Mrs. Paul, our wonderful choir, Mrs. Abraham, and all of the volunteers who helped with the Veterans Day program! Thank you to all of our veterans for your service!
If you weren't able to attend the program and would like to view highlights, click on the link below--if you are unable to view, try again later.
(We request that the link not be shared on social media.)
We apologize the original link did not work this morning.
CONGRATS to our OCTOBER FISH WINNERS!
Kindergarten: Haley C, Peyton J, Piper L, Audrey S, Amaya E, Quinn B, Anaiah P
1st: Andrew T, Morgan C, Maggie S, Jordan K, London W, Nick M
2nd: Izzy B, Regna S, Cooper W, Ian W, Teddy T, Janie S
3rd: Paige B, Gretchen G, Gabi T, Anna V, Lauren F, Mason L
4th: Bradley H, Sophie B, Luke B, Matthew R, Jolie C, Emme S, Armaan D, Zander A
Art: Grace S, Grayson M, Lila W, William E, Violet W
Music: Jake T, Layla E, Quinn D, Elena D, Sneha B
PE: Jacob T, Reese P, Addison B, Haley H, Izzy B
Library: Jacob J, Gerry K, Grayson M, Kota I, Will N
Innovation: Same M, Britt S, Dominic D, Hannah D, Cruz H
KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK!
This year I will be using Sway to share what is happening in the FCE Music Classroom.
Please use the links below to access Music Room Information!
3rd and 4th Grade:
Find information on recorders, choir, the Related Arts Calendar, and musical opportunities outside of school
Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd Grade
Find information on the Related Arts Calendar, Program Dates, What We Do in Music, and musical opportunities outside of school
FCE ART NOTES
GOODWILL CLOTHING DONATIONS APPRECIATED!
FCE is one of the HSE Schools piloting the Goodwill Program to benefit HSE families in need. A donations bin has been placed in our front hallway (by the fish wall) for any CLOTHING contributions we receive. Thank you, in advance, for helping other HSE families.
SAFE VISITOR BADGE
Anyone wishing to volunteer in the school must have a SafeVisitor ID Badge. Please note this policy also applies to anyone wishing to join students for lunch (after Labor Day). Simply follow the quick link on our FCE website to apply for a background check. This process takes 5-7 days.
Be sure to LIKE our PTO Facebook Page and Support FCE PTO!
Please follow the FCE PTO on Facebook. It has all the latest information related to the upcoming PTO events."https://www.facebook.com/FallCreekElementaryPTO/?ref=br_rs
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