School briefs

  • Thursday, October 5, 2017 11:33am
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Chapman School:

Friday, Oct. 6 — Kachemak Bay Preserve Presentation first grade

Wednesday, Oct. 18 — Picture Retakes

Friday, Oct. 20 — No School Inservice; End of first quarter

Oct. 23-27 — Scholastic Book Fair

Wednesday, Oct. 25 — Early Release 1 p.m.

Thursday and Friday, Oct. 26 and 27 — No School Parent Teacher Conferences

Friday, Oct. 27 — Halloween Carnival 6-8 p.m.

Big and Little Fireweed:

Tuesday, Oct 3. — APC meeting at 4:30 p.m. at Big Fireweed – All are welcome.

Friday, Oct 13. — Coming to America… Ellis Island Simulation – More information coming soon

Thursday, Oct 19. — End of Quarter

Friday, Oct 20. — No school – Teacher In-service

Wednesday, Oct. 25. — Early Release Day

Thursday and Friday, Oct 26-27. — Student Led Parent Teacher Conferences

Big and Little Fireweed:

Friday, Oct. 13 — Coming to America Ellis Island Simulation, at Big Fireweed.

Homer High School:

Friday, Oct. 6 — DDF @ East, Varsity Volleyball at Grace Tourney 11 a.m., Swim and Dive vs Sohi 4 p.m., and Bonfire and Football Playoff Celebration in Lower Parking Lot 6 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 7 — DDF @ East, Varsity Volleyball at Grace Tourney 10 a.m., Varsity Football vs Eielson State Semi Finals on Turf 2 p.m., Fiesta Night: Wrestling Taco Dinner and Auction Fundraiser 5-7 p.m.

Green Dot will be hosting their fall bystander training Monday, Oct. 16. If you are interested please see Mrs. Reiske or Mrs. Felice. This is a great opportunity to learn how to be an active bystander and how to put Green Dot into practice. Remember; we can’t do everything but we can all do something.

Homer Middle School:

Friday, Oct. 6 —XC Running: Borough meet at 4 p.m. in Homer

Monday, Oct 9 — Boys and Girls basketball intramurals begins

Oct 3-6 — Eighth grade substance abuse prevention in health class

Oct 11-13 — Resiliency and tough time in eighth grade health

Thursday, Oct. 12 — Seventh grade CoastWalk Day

Homer Flex:

Friday, Oct. 6 — End of first rotation

Wednesday, Oct. 11 — Sources of Strength site visit

Thursday and Friday, Oct. 12-13 — Sources of Strength field trip to Challenger Center

Tuesday, Oct. 17 — College/Career Fair in Soldotna

Friday, Oct. 20 — No school

McNeil Canyon Elementary:

Garage Sale: Joanna’s class will be holding a Garage Sale at McNeil on Sat., Oct. 7. You will get a clean, dry room to sell your items. It is $15 rent for half of a table and $25 for a full table. We will also have a 6th grade table for those of you with clean items in good shape that you would like to donate to our fundraiser. Please contact Laura Sheldon at the school to reserve your table now.

Paul Banks Elementary:

Thursday, Oct.19 — Picture Retakes

Friday, Oct. 20 — Inservice/Workday

West Homer Elementary:

Tuesday, Oct. 10 — PTO meting at 3:30 in the WHE library

Friday, Oct. 20 – No school, end of first quarter, inservice day

Wednesday, Oct. 25 — Early Release Day at 1:05 p.m.

Thursday and Friday Oct. 26-27 – No school, Parent/Teacher Conferences

Monday, Oct. 30 – Site Council Meeting at 6 p.m. in the library

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