South PTC News 1.9.17

Its Texas Roadhouse Fundraiser night tonight!  Bring the FLYER and present it for South to receive a portion of the proceeds!

We received a good amount of t-shirt order forms back, we are still missing a few and hope to have every student accounted for by Wednesday this week.  Remember- the student shirts are free!  If you want to order a shirt for yourself or siblings that do not attend South- the form is ptc-shirt-order-from  Send the completed form and money in by Wednesday morning (Firm deadline).

Pastry Puffin Order forms are due back this Wednesday the 11th.  Please make sure to send in completed forms and checks!

PTC Meeting is this Friday the 13th!  Join us at 9am in the teachers lounge.  Everyone is welcome & encouraged to attend!  We will talk about the carnival quickly coming up, get an update from Principal Ryan Roberts and begin discussing other events.

A few people have posted on our Facebook group page about some easy Fundraisers so I want to send this again. No-Cost Fundraisers
It went out at the beginning of the year but may have been lost or missed in the back to school shuffle.  We would love to have a BoxTops Coordinator and a Scripts gift card program coordinator. If you’re interested, reach out to our volunteer coordinator- Samantha Siegert either on facebook or call/text: 616-240-0678.

If you didn’t see the Facebook post yesterday- Huge congrats to South’s VEX IQ Teams!
“Congrats to South’s very own sixth grade Angry Animals VEX IQ Team for making it to state today! These boys also won the Teamwork Award and the Excellence Award today.All 3 South teams did a great job today. All of them made it to the final round playoffs and had some of their highest scores of the season. Congratulations to all of these boys for a wonderful season. They should be extremely proud of their performances today. Let’s celebrate the great job these coaches, parents, and especially the boys did to make this season a success!”

Hey did you hear we have a CARNIVAL coming up?!  I’ve been working a ton on this event and am SO EXCITED about it!  Friday January 20th from 4:30pm-8:00pm at South! I have made a ton of games and am so thankful to the parents stepping up to help!  Bring CASH and buy tickets for your kiddos to play games and win prizes.  We will also have Jets Pizza for sale in the cafeteria.  Fun for the whole family!  We hope you can make it!!
And if you’re able, I need volunteers.  One hour shifts! Buy your kids some tickets and let them play for an hour while you volunteer! http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0844a8af29a5ff2-carnival
If we dont have volunteers, I’ll have to close down rooms early, and I really don’t wanna do that!

Calling all 3rd, 4th and 5th grade girls! Registration is open for the 2017 season for Girls On The Run!
What is it? Girls on the Run is a curriculum based, after-school character development program designed for 3rd – 5th grade girls of ALL fitness and ability levels. The 10-week curriculum attempts to help each girl find and stay true to her REAL self. Groups of 8 to 15 girls meet twice a week with their trained, volunteer coaches to discuss important life lessons while playing fun running games.
Girls on the Run emphasizes independent thinking, making healthy choices, healthy group dynamics and problem solving. The curriculum stresses peer support and doing your best. The program finishes with the girls running or walking in a non-competitive 5k.
South’s 2017 will begin the week of February 27. There will not be practice over spring break. Registration fees are tiered based on family income and range from $15-$145
Online registration can be found at http://www.kcgotr.org
Contact Colleen Randall with any questions.
616-822-7807
cbkzmi@gmail.com

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Thanks for taking the time to read this and be active with your childrens school, we appreciate you all!

-Jackie

 

 

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PTC {Parents Teachers Children} Group To share as parents and/or guardians and to promote community spirit for South Elementary School. To promote the welfare of children and youth in home, school, and community. To assist the faculty in undertaking school activities such as conferences, health and safety programs, and the like if so requested. To bring into closer relation the home and the school, that parents and/or guardians and teachers may co-operate intelligently in training of the child.

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