Monday, December 7, 2009
Gift Wrap Volunteers Needed ASAP
Shifts are available Tuesday-Sunday this week, from 11-3. There are also two shifts on December 22 (Tuesday) and lunchtime on the 23rd. Can't do the whole thing? Why not split it with a friend? If you'd like a later afternoon shift or after work, I'm sure that would be ok too. Please contact Sunshine Cowgill at 543-2717 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your shift.
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Friday, December 4, 2009
Teach Boosters Meeting Minutes - December 4, 2009
Present: Jen Flachman, Laura Finz, Ahmad Amir, Anne Slocum, Taffy Gonzalez, Sunshine Cowgill, and Jocelyn Leonard
Meeting called to order at 8:35 a.m.
Meeting minutes from November's meeting will be approved at the next meeting, which is scheduled for Jan. 8, 2010.
I. Financial Report - Ahmad Amir
Cimi (Catalina) has been paid off. There are Astrocamp bills still out. A new set of invoices will be sent out soon.
The BBQ was a success. $14, 000 was grossed. A few expenses are still out. After all expenses are paid, we expect to have a profit of about $10, 000. There will be another fundraiser in the spring.
Side note: If anyone is missing anything from the BBQ, contact Kathryn Rogers. A few things were left at her house.
II. Principal's Report
There is an assembly today--Catalina report and trimester awards assembly.
Regarding the teacher taking over in 6th grade, when Mrs. Pudlo retires, applications have been taken. There are hundreds to sort through. Interviews will be the week before Christmas vacation.
Science Fair--packets went home with students this week. Next Wednesday (12/09/09), a Cal Poly professor and some students will be coming to talk about science with the students here. They will also come back in January. The science fair is for all students, and is mandatory. It will be held Feb. 24, 2010.
Teach school is writing an application to become a Distinguished School. They are they only school that qualifies in San Luis Obispo County. Mr. Block is hoping to have a rough draft by Wednesday. The application will be highlighting the study trips, the uniqueness of Teach, the community involvement, and the things that are done in addition to the core work. Parents can read through the applications if they wish.
III. Teacher's Report
Mr. Crabb needs more BB books for his classroom. The teachers will be given request forms to submit for books. Mr. Crabb will also be setting up an assembly for Special Olympics to come to our school to put on a presentation.
6th grade student, Emily Flachman, is selling holiday cards through Kids4Kures, a non-profit company she has started. Money raised will benefit children's cancer causes.
IV. Committee Reports
The student council is collecting toiletries for the homeless. Please bring your extra toiletries to donate by noon on the 17th of December.
Taffy stated that the assemblies this year are going well. In December, there will be a classical music assembly, and then a Wright Brother's performance. In February, Cayucos school will come to perform The Velveteen Rabbit. Later on in the year there may be a Brazillian dance assembly.
V. New Business
Many ideas were discussed for fundraising for the next part of the school year. Ideas included things the kids can do to help, such as carwashing, an Applebee's breakfast where the parents serve and the kids bus the tables, Border's gift wrapping, Family game night, and the Chili cookoff.
Next meeting: Jan. 8, 2010. After the regular meeting in January, there will be a short meeting to plan for the Chili cookoff/Family Game Night.
Meeting adjourned at 9:49 a.m.
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