Homer area school announcements

Homer area school announcements

Homer High School

Today — Football Awards Banquet in Commons and Mariner Theater at 7 p.m. – Come Celebrate the 2019 Be Better Effort.

Friday – End of First Quarter (No School – Teacher Inservice). Round Robin Rumble in the Alice Witte Gymnasium

Oct. 25 – Football Cheer Awards Banquet at 6 p.m. in the Commons

Homer Flex School

Today— Earthquake Drill

Friday — Inservice day: no school. Staff work day and planning for Parent Teacher Conferences

Wednesday, Oct. 23 — Picture retake day

Homer Middle School

Last day of intramurals is on Friday, Oct. 25. Competitive play begins on Monday, Oct 28. Basketball ends on Dec. 17.

Today — Student Government Speeches at 12:30 p.m.

Friday — In-Service/work/no school for students. No basketball practice.

Monday, Oct. 21 — Green Dot bystander peer mentoring training

Tuesday, Oct. 22 — AK to DC parent info meeting at 5:30 p.m. in the library

Fireweed Academy

Both schools

Friday — In-Service, no school. End of first quarter.

Monday, Oct. 21 — Picture retakes

Friday, Nov. 1 — Student-Led Conferences, No School

Nov. 4 — Student-Led Conferences, No School

Nov. 11 — Veterans Day, No School

Nov. 15 — Annual Fireweed Academy Fundraiser

Nov. 28 and 29 — Thanksgiving Break, No School

Big Fireweed

Every Thursday — Jon’s Math Club from 2:45-3:45 p.m.

Chapman School

Friday — Inservice day, no school. End of first quarter. Halloween Carnival from 6-8 p.m. This includes booths, a haunted house, a raffle fundraiser, the 8th grade dessert auction, and a pie in the face fundraiser. There is also a costume contest.

Monday, Oct. 21 — HEA Community meeting and barbecue

Wednesday, Oct. 23 — Picture retakes

Oct. 28-Nov. 4 — Scholastic Book Fair

Oct. 29 — Awards Assembly at 1 p.m.

Paul Banks Elementary

PTA after school programs will continue through Oct. 17:

Monday and Wednesday: Outdoor Explorers (Coastal Studies)

Monday and Wednesday: Preludes Violin for second graders

Tuesday and Thursday: Brandi’s Sport Hour

Wednesday: Zumba

Thursday: Chess

West Homer Elementary

Friday – End of Quarter/Teacher In-service. No school for students

McNeil Canyon Elementary

Today — Forms for ordering school shirts are due. Student Council is sponsoring Twin Day.

Friday — No school for students. Inservice day.

Monday, Oct. 21 — Picture retake day.

Friday, Oct. 25 — Help needed for set up for the Fall Carnival starting at 3 p.m. Cotton Candy making will also start at 3 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 26 — Fall Carnival from 4-7 p.m. at the school.

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