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Earth Day Mon April 22nd Volunteers Needed

3 Parent Volunteers per time slot would be greatly appreciated!  Come join us for Earth Day Fun!  Register as a volunteer in the front office and sign in.

Students are encouraged to bring a potted outdoor flower to plant out front of the school or a book to donate to the Little Free Library. 

Mural
8:30-9- Takahashi
9-9:30 Jones
9:30-10 Miller
10-10:30 Benson
10:30-11 Whipple
11-11:30 OPEN
11:30-12 Peterson
1-1:30 Joseph
1:30-2 Schroeder/Fadness
 
Front Planting
9-9:30 Jospeh/Smith
9:30-10 McBeth/Whipple
10-10:30 Schroeder
10:30-11 Duke
Seed Bombs
12-12:30 McBeth
12:30-1 Ferguson/ Wieland
1-1:30 Ferguson/ Wieland
1:30-2 Thompson
Please meet by the portables for the mural, in the front of the school for planting, and in the kindergarten garden for seed bombs. Ensure that your children are wearing clothes that can get dirty. We would love to have at least 3 parent volunteers for the time slot;  they will need to arrive 10 minutes before the project start time to sign in at the office and meet you in your classroom. Let me know if you have any questions.
Thank you for participating!
Alden
alden.alvarado@gmail.com

Special Education Meeting April 29th; All are Welcome

Special Education Monthly Meeting
Monday, April 29th from 7:00-8:30pm at the home of Pam & Brian Phillips
Featuring an informational session by Karen Stanton, Lafayette’s Occupational Therapist.

Please forward any specific questions you have for Karen to kgstanton@seattleschools.org by April 22. They can be general or child specific as long as you don’t mind sharing.

Questions may be related to:
Sensory

Sensory processing

sensory/behavior

developmental milestones for  fine and visual motor

adaptive skills

parent behavior and training guides

For more information or to RSVP contact Pam at embelle_cer@hotmail.com

Every Kid Healthy Week April 22-26

Running Club will be promoting Every Kid Healthy Week, April 22-26. It’s an annual observance to celebrate health and wellness in schools. Running Club will be sponsoring the Leaping Leopard Mileage Challenge and a Healthy Snack Contest.
The Leaping Leopard Milage Challenge is a weeklong competition during Running Club that recognizes the boy and girl in each grade who runs the most laps.
Any student can enter the Healthy Snack Contest! Entries can be picked up starting Friday, April 19th and the deadline is Friday, April 26th. Create a healthy snack with 5 ingredients without the use of an oven. Winning entries will be simple, nutritious and delicious! The winning entry will be showcased and sampled during lunch.
https://www.lafayettepta.com/running-club/
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