Silver Beach News for 3.15.17
Our Science Fair is Friday! BIG thanks to Kristen Mason and Kristen Isakovic who chair this event sponsored by our PTO. This year we have over 100 entries! All students who submit a project will have the opportunity to a present to a parent volunteer and receive feedback and throughout the day each classroom will get to tour the projects. It is wonderful to see kids so excited about science experiments and research! Family and friends are invited to view projects from 6:00-7:30 Friday Night. Thank you to all the volunteers who make the Science Fair such a positive learning experience for our kids.
Have a great week! ~ Nicole
From the PTO
Back by popular demand! Dr. Putney, Silver Beach parent and local pediatrician returns this year for a candid conversation on tweens and growing up. Please join us for “Adolescence Explained- Who is this monster in my kitchen?” On Tuesday, April 11th at 6:30pm. Mood swings, change in attitude, body changes…Dr. Putney provides answers, tips, and advice on how we can help our kids navigate adolescence. There will be childcare available, but we ask that only parents sit in on the actual discussion. For a wonderful parent & child together program on adolescence, Dr. Putney recommends visiting greatconversations.com for dates on upcoming local discussions. An event has been created on the Silver Beach Facebook page. Please let us know if you will be joining the discussion. Thank you! Hope to see you there!
Mar. 17: Science Fair Family and Friends Event 6:00-7:30
Mar. 24: 1st Grade Musical-Family Performance 1:45
Kids’ Night Out 6:30-9:00 pm
Mar. 27: 5th Gr. To Mt. Baker Theater 10:00
Mar. 28: 4th Gr. Sasquatch 1:45
Mar. 29: 5th Gr. Sasquatch 9:30
Apr. 3-7: SPRING BREAK
Apr. 11: PTO Meeting 6:30 pm: Adolescence Explained w/ Dr. Putney
Apr. 14: Habit Assembly 2:10
Kids’ Night Out 6:30-9:00 pm
Spring session of After School Programs (ASP) will start after Spring Break. Look for more information coming soon!
3rd Grade Math Club will be starting after spring break. Please attend the informational meeting on Thursday March 23 from 1:15 to 2:00 in the library. This club will be 100% parent driven so volunteer time is required. If you have questions, please contact Lerin Swiackey at email@example.com.
At the Bellingham Public Schools Foundation, we believe. We believe the future is brighter when our local public schools have the resources to help all children succeed. WHYWILLYOUGIVE 3-2017.pdf
From our Counselor, Mr. Gilmore
Free Counseling Opportunity: Individual and Child/Adolescent Counseling is offered through the Psychology Department at Western Washington University. The clinic is open from January until June on the WWU campus. For more information, please call 360-650-3184
Gift Certificates Available for Little Bugs Consignment: If you have a need for clothing assistance for your children, please contact our school counselor, Brian Gilmore, at 676-6470 ext.2328
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