Friday Newsletter 4-25-14
REGISTRATION PACKETS FOR THE 2014-15 SCHOOL YEAR ARE NOW DUE. IF YOU HAVEN’T RETURNED THEM BY MONDAY, APRIL 28TH, WE WILL CONTACT YOU.
SOCCER/MOVE NIGHT: Mrs. Werdehausen will be hosting a soccer & movie night this Monday, April 28th, as an end-of-year school event. She will be asking the older students to help out. We will play soccer from 6:00 to 7:00 pm, and then watch a movie (outdoors – weather permitting) from 7:00 to approximately 8:30 pm. Families are asked to provide their own snacks and drinks for this event. If it rains, we will move into the gym. Hope to see you there!
HOME & SCHOOL MEETING & POTLUCK: We will be enjoying our last H & S meeting on Tuesday, April 29th with a carry in potluck dinner. We will begin at 6:30 pm. All attending will receive a bonus dress down pass for their child/ren. Hope to see you all there!
PENNIES FOR PATIENTS: OLOS students are currently involved in the Pennies for Patients campaign. This is intended to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Please send in with your child any spare change or donation you are able to make. This campaign will extend through May 9th.
FINAL FEES: ALL SCHOOL FEES ARE NOW DUE. GRADE CARDS/8th GRADE DIPLOMAS WILL BE HELD FOR PAYMENT OF FEES. If you owe any fees, you can expect a notice in next week’s folder.
WELCOME TO THE WORLD! We congratulate Austin & Ethin Burnett on the arrival of new baby sister, Brooklin Dawn. Brooklin was born last week and weighed 6 lb. 9 oz. at birth. We also congratulate proud parents, Ashley & Jim.
MORE GARDENING HELP NEEDED: Each year we ask families to volunteer to do weekly watering and weeding around the two school buildings. If we get enough, most families would only have to take one week. Please send a note/email/call to the office with your offer to help out with this – no green thumb needed! So far we have offers from Lynn Morgan, Greg & Tammy Love & Bryan & Stacey Evers.
EXTENDED CARE SERVICES (before and after school) will be available on May 15th, the final day of school.
GUIDELINES FOR GRADUATION DRESS: Boys – dress pants, collared shirt, dress shoes, tie is optional; Girls – dresses, no more than 2 inches above the knee, no spaghetti straps showing (may wear shawl to cover). Students will be wearing cap/gown for graduation and awards ceremony.
GRADUATION PICTURE BOARDS: Please begin collecting pictures for your boards (which will be supplied by the school).
QUILT RAFFLE: Alma Koetting donated a quilt to use as a fundraiser for the school wherever it is most needed. If you would like to buy raffle tickets or want to sell any, please contact the office and we will send you some booklets. They are $1 each or 6 for $5. This is an OPTIONAL fundraiser. The quilt is queen sized and the colors are blue & rose. It is BEAUTIFUL!
SODA TABS: The Student Council is collecting soda tabs for the Ronald McDonald House. Please begin saving these for this most worthy cause. You may send them into the office anytime. Thank you!
SAVE, SAVE, SAVE. Save any used print cartridges, laser or jet, fax cartridges, etc, and send them in to school or leave in the church vestibule in the box so marked.
-Save those “Box Tops” found on many, many groceries & other misc. items – worth 10 cents each.
-Save Best Choice UPC’s (not the label).
-We receive premiums from Target if you choose
as the designated school on your Target RED credit card. Parents, teachers, and
other school supporters use their REDcard credit card or Target check card, and
Target will donate 1% of their purchases back to the designated school. To
participate, all you need is a REDcard to enroll. Enroll at Target.com/tcoe or
1.800.316.6142. OLOS School
-We participate in the Schnuck’s “Education is Everything” campaign. Visit www.schnucks.com and click on the eScrip Community Card link for program information. You will receive a card and you can present it every time you shop. A percentage of the purchase will be contributed back to
THANKS FOR ALL YOU DO
EVERY LITTLE BIT HELPS! FOR
PARENTS: If you have any questions or concerns, please remember to follow the handbook pgs. 26-27 with the normal chain of command: (1) teacher (2) principal (3) pastor.
GOOD LUCK TO ALL PARTICIPATING IN THE CRAPPIE TOURNAMENT THIS WEEKEND. MAY THE BEST FISHER – PERSON WIN!!!
Wishing you a fantastic spring weekend!
Please return your folder on Monday.