School briefs

  • Wednesday, November 22, 2017 12:51pm
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Homer High School:

Wednesday, Nov. 22 — Early Release at 2:15 p.m.

Friday, Nov 24 — Wrestling Practice in mat room

Monday, Nov. 27 — Re Grade Check, and basketball parent meeting in the library at 6 p.m.

Homer Flex:

Wednesday, Nov. 22 — Flex Thanksgiving is at 12:30 p.m. Also, there is early release.

Thursday and Friday, Nov. 23-24 — No School

Tuesday, Nov. 28 — Improv Presentation at West Homer Elementary

Friday, Dec. 1 — End of second rotation

Homer Middle School:

Tuesday and Thursday there is math tutoring with Mr. Seaton in room 204.

Thursday, Nov. 23 — Thanksgiving Holiday

Fireweed Academy:

Big Fireweed:

Wednesday, Nov. 22 — Taco Lunch fundraiser

Both Schools:

Wednesday, Nov. 22 — Early release

Thursday and Friday, Nov. 23-24 — Thanksgiving, no school

Paul Banks Elementary:

Everyday After school activities continue

Wednesday, Nov. 22 — Early Release, and Wear Your Harvest Clothes Day

Thursday and Friday, Nov. 23-24 — No School

McNeil Canyon Elementary:

Wednesday, Nov. 22 — Hippie Day, and early release at 1:30 p.m.

Monday, Nov. 27 —Spotlight Lunch date changed: The November Spotlight Lunch is changed to Nov. 27 at 11:45 am.

Thursday, Dec. 7 — The Winter Program, North Pole Musical, will be held on Thursday, Dec. 7 at 6:30 p.m. at McNeil.

After School Cross Country Skiing: Joanna Greene will be the coach and she is looking for a helper who is experienced with sizing to help size kids next month in preparation for beginning the ski program.

The school is hoping to start the skiing program on Mondays after Winter Break.

Parent helpers are needed every Monday once the ski program starts.

Please contact Joanna at jgreene@kpbsd.org or call the school office.

West Homer Elementary:

Wednesday, Nov. 22 — Early Release at 1:05 p.m.

Thursday and Friday, Nov. 23-24 — No school, Thanksgiving Break

Tuesday, Dec. 12 —Christmas Concert at 12:30 p.m. at the Mariner Theater

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