MIDDLE SCHOOL PARENT SOCIAL: The next Hale’s Brewery gathering is scheduled for Monday, December 6th at 7pm at the Hales Brewery in Fremont! Come relax, meet other Middle School parents and get connected! Think of any questions you might want to talk about with other parents of teens. Enjoy the Holiday Season!
School is just around the corner and I already have a need for volunteers!
Here is the list of current volunteer needs.....
1. STAFF BREAKFAST: On Tuesday, August 31, we will be providing a breakfast for the staff while they are in a training session at Salmon Bay School. We will need donations of coffee, juice, bagels and cream cheese, fruit, baked goods, and other breakfast goodies. Food will need to be delivered to the Salmon Bay Library by 7:30 a.m. on Tues 8/31. We need to provide enough food for 45 staff members. (Please label any food with nuts in it).
2. BREAKFAST CLEAN-UP: Clean-up from staff breakfast, Tues 8/31. Meet at 12:30 p.m. in the library to clean-up the left-over food and tidy the library for the start of school. This should take about 30 minutes.
3. FIRST DAY PACKETS: We need volunteers to help put the First Day Packets together - on Wed. 9/8. We will meet in the cafeteria at 8:30 a.m. and start stuffing envelopes and then distributing them to homerooms. This usually takes about 2 1/2 hours. Any amount of time that you can help is much appreciated!
4. DROP-OFF AREA SUPERVISION: We are looking for two parents to help with the student drop-off area. The drop-off location is on 18th Ave NW, along the east side of the building. We need parent helpers on Wednesday and Thursday mornings from 7:50 - 8:20a.m. This is an ongoing job. A staff member will be training the volunteers.
Please just respond to this email if you are able to volunteer for any of these jobs or if you have any questions!
We hope to see you all on Wednesday, September 1st for our 7/8th Grade Orientation at either 5 or 7pm!
Thanks so much!
-Jessica Phillips - S.B. Middle School Volunteer Coordinator
Lakeside Educational Enrichment Program (LEEP) Attention 8th Grade Families: We will have a representative from LEEP to discuss their summer program. Some of the highlights to the program are:
A 3-Day camping trip
Academic enrichment and high school preparedness in Math, English and Geography.
Ongoing personalized college counseling throughout high school.
To get more information on the program, please attend the presentation on March 4th at 9:15-10am. You may also get more information on the Lakeside School website under the School Life link. – Anthony Malaki, Counselor.