CFIE Weekly Updates

October 17, 2015

Thank you for an outstanding week in the forest! We appreciate your support for our McTeacher Night and our Fall Festival. Hundreds of families came out for our festival and we raised over $8,000 for our classrooms. Please remember that Wednesday is an early release day and Friday is our next Parent Night Out. The Parent Night Out will be sponsored by our 2nd grade teachers. Enjoy a night out while your children enjoy a night at school with teachers.


October 21: Early Release Professional Development - all students will dismiss at noon and lunch will be served.

October 23-30: Pumpkin Projects - Point of Contact - Erin.Glover@onslow.k12.nc.us

October 23: PTO Parent Night Out 6-8:30pm

October 26-30: Red Ribbon Week

November 4: Awards Day 4th 8:30am, 5th 9:30am, 3rd 10:30am

November 6: Military Appreciation Ceremony 8-9am

November 18: Strategic Planning 7am (no December meeting)

December 6-11: Buy One Get One Free Book Fair

December 10: International Holiday Fair - 5-7pm

January 11-February 5: Soup Drive

January 29: Awards Day

January 31-February 12: PTO Candy Grams

February 8-12: Bus Driver Appreciation Week

February 10: Strategic Planning 7am

February 13-20: Belize Exchange

February 17: Black History Paper Dolls

February 22-29: Jump Rope for Heart

February 24: Early Release Professional Development - all students will dismiss at noon and lunch will be served.

February 29-March 4: Social Worker Appreciation Week

February 29-March 4: Read Across America Week

March 4: Character Book Parade

March 9: Strategic Planning 7am

March 13-18: Spring Book Fair

March 15: Spring Open Book Night 5-7pm - Facilitated by Erin Glover & Tammy Clark - much like our science fair - this book night encourages students to create displays of their favorite book.

March 16: Early Release Professional Development - all students will dismiss at noon and lunch will be served.

April 8: Field Day

April 13: Awards Day

April 13: Strategic Planning 7am

April 15: Military Child Appreciation Day - Celebrating our military heritage - all students will receive free ice cream.

April 20: Early Release Professional Development - all students will dismiss at noon and lunch will be served.

April 22: Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast - Parent/community volunteers are recognized for their service to our school community.

April 25-29: Admin Assistant Week

April 28: Safety Drill with students 9am

May 2-6: Teacher/Assistant Appreciation Week

May 10: Strategic Planning for 16/17 year 4-6pm

May 13: Spring Fling 5-7pm

May 19: Step-Up Night 5-7pm

June 6: Awards Day

June/July: South Africa Experience!

Red Ribbon Week 2015

Each October, school children across the United States participate in National Red Ribbon Week activities. During the week, activities and announcements will focus on the harmful effects of drugs and alcohol and why our students should choose healthy alternatives. The following activities are planned for the week of October 26th-October 30st, 2015:

Monday, October 26th, 2015

Wear Red Day/Pledge Day

Everyone is invited to wear RED to support a drug free lifestyle. Each student is given a red ribbon week sticker!

Tuesday, October 27th, 2015

Rock it and Sock it to Drugs!

Everyone is invited to wear their craziest or mismatched socks!!!

Wednesday, October 28th, 2015

“Team Up” Against Drugs Day

Everyone is invited to wear their favorite sport’s team memorabilia to school!

Thursday, October 29th, 2015

I’m TOO “Bright” for Drugs!

Wear your favorite neon colored clothes and sunglasses!!!!

Friday, October 30th, 2015

Drugs are CRAZY Day!

AND

Make a Difference Day

Everyone is invited to have the CRAZIEST hat or hair!

As part of the national “Make a Difference Day” we will collect jars of peanut butter and jelly, macaroni and cheese, pasta, canned spaghetti sauce, oatmeal, and pop-tarts that will be used to provide food for the Backpack Buddies program at our school! The class with the most food items wins an ice cream or popsicle party!