Cougar News, Week of October 11th



 

11 October 2018

 

 

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Sign Up for Trunk or Treat

 

It’s nearly time for our 7th Annual Trunk-Or-Treat! We are looking for families to decorate their car trunks in the most fun and friendly way possible and pass out candy during the Halloween Parade. For ideas on how you can decorate your car, Google “Trunk or Treat”. You will find thousands of great ideas! Each student (approximately 300) will trick or treat at your car as they parade in their Halloween best. Please refrain from using decorations that may be scary or too spooky.

             

If you would like to participate, please contact Andrea Curley at 714-931-3887. All participants must arrive on the blacktop between 7:30-7:45 AM to set up. Students will begin to Trunk or Treat by 8:20 AM.

 

 

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Used Uniform Sale

 

There will be a Used Uniform Sale tomorrow, October 12th, after school. Uniform shirts, shorts, skirts, skorts and so much more will be on sale. We hope to see you there!

 

Whimsical World Book Signing Event

 

We are excited to welcome back the amazing authors, Derek Taylor Kent and Sheri Fink, to SAM Monday, October 15th, for a follow up book-signing event. If you did not get your books signed during their last visit or if you would like to order additional books and have them signed, they will be available Monday afternoon. Please bring the order forms and a check payable to Mrs. Nelson’s Book Fair Company if you are interested.

 

The order forms can be found in the DOCUMENTS tab of Sycamore, located in the School drop down menu. The order forms are in the School Forms folder. Happy reading! 

 

Auction Dinner Letter & Item Form

 

Our 11th Annual Auction Dinner Dance, Festival of Lights, will be held on Saturday, November 3rd, 2018. As we continue to enhance the academic and spiritual lives of our students, we are continually striving to expand the programs we offer to our TK through 8th grade students. St. Angela Merici Parish School’s ultimate goal is to prepare our students for their role as respectful, responsible and productive members of our community.

 

In order to meet our mission, we rely on the generosity of individuals and business for support. Donations to our live and silent auctions have included sporting event tickets, vacation rentals, restaurant gift certificates, theater tickets, spa certificates, jewelry and much more. 

 

If you have questions or would like a member of the auction committee to pick up your donation, please contact Maria Galarze, 714-768-9102 or email her at maria.galarze@landstarmailcom. For more information, please visit the DOCUMENTS tab of Sycamore, located under the School drop down menu. The Auction Dinner Letter and Auction Item Form can be found in the School Forms folder.

 

Parent Club Meeting at St. Juliana’s

 

Tonight, October 11th, from 6:30-7:30 in the St. Juliana Parish Center (gym), the St. Juliana School Parent Club Meeting will be having Fullerton Police Department Officers discuss safety. Detective Michael Greene (Fullerton PD Gang Unit/SWAT Member) and Detective Tori Chandler (Fullerton PD Family Crimes Unit) will be the presenters. Detective Greene’s presentation will be under the title of “Run-Hide-Fight”, and Detective Chandler’s presentation will be under the title of “Your Children and Social Media”. 

 

Golf Tournament Results

 

In the golf tournament over the weekend, our school came in first place with a score of 128!

This score consisted of our four lowest scores (Tessa L. 27, Hunter T. 33, Kaila P. 34 and Nicholas C. 34). The second place school recorded a score of 142 and third place was 148.

 

In the Girl’s A Division, Tessa L. won first place with a score of 27. She also won a trophy for the lowest score in the entire tournament, which included almost 200 participants. In the Boys B Division, Noah C. won third place with a score of 34. In the Girls C Division, Naomi P. won first place with a score of 39Here are the individual scores:

 

Kenzie C. 48

Amanda F. 52

Parker M. 46

Joseph T. 36

Abbie M. 44

Katrice Y. 42

Cole M. 41

Aidan H. 51

 

October Charity of the Month: National Breast Cancer Foundation

 

The October Charity of the Month is the National Breast Cancer Foundation. All throughout the month, we will have Pink Friday’s! If a student brings in $1 every Friday in October, they may wear a pink shirt with uniform bottoms and any pink accessories (socks, bows, etc.). Walk HIS Way and support the National Breast Cancer Foundation!

 

National Bullying Prevention Month

 

Every week in October, St. Angela Merici Parish School will educate students on how to STOMP Out Bullying and cyberbullying. 

  • Week 2: Playground Awareness 
  • Week 3: Cyberbullying Awareness
  • Week 4: Be the Change – Youth Leadership in Action

 

Red Ribbon Week

 

Red Ribbon Week will be October 22nd – 26th, and the theme is Life is Your Journey, Travel Drug Free. We will share more details with you as they become available.

 

In this issue

Sign up for trunk or treat

Used uniform sale

whimsical world book signing event

auction dinner letter and item form

parent club meeting at st. juliana’s

Golf tournament results

October charity of the month: national breast cancer foundation

national bullying prevention month

Red ribbon week

 

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On October 31st, our school will be celebrating Halloween! We have a great day planned and we encourage parents to come be involved in the festivities. Candy donations are greatly appreciated. 

 

Schedule:

  • 8:15 AM – Trunk or Treat and Parade
  • 11:00 AM – Class Parties
  • 12:00 PM – Early Dismissal  *There will be no carline, so parents must pick their children up from their classrooms.
  • Optional for TK-2nd – 1:00 PM – Trick or Treat Parade at Senior Center  *Details below 
 
Costumes: 
Just like any day, we do expect our students to dress appropriately. While Halloween costumes are permitted, we ask that your child refrains from wearing any scary or inappropriate costume. Additionally, no masks that cover the entire face, blood, weapons, or scary clown costumes are permitted. This will be a very fun, happy, and friendly event for our students.

 

Trunk or Treat Details:

If you are participating in the Trunk or Treat, please arrive on the blacktop between 7:30-7:45 AM to set up. Students will arrive on the blacktop by 8:20 AM. Please text Andrea Curley at 714-931-3887 if you are able to participate or if you have any questions.

 
Invitation to Trick or Treat Parade for TK-2nd Grade: 
TK-2nd Grade Students are Invited to a Trick or Treat Parade after school on Oct. 31st at 1pm at Villagio at Capriana Memory Care Center in Brea. 
Students are to arrive at 1pm in their Halloween Costumes to sing a couple Halloween Songs they have been practicing in music for these residents then Trick or Treat. This senior community is so excited to welcome our St. Angela little ones to sing and Trick or Treat.  Address: 454 S. La Floresta Dr., Brea 92823. The Senior Center is located next to Whole Foods Market.
Please email Mrs. Halliday (gro.a1544698379erbal1544698379egnat1544698379s@yad1544698379illah1544698379v1544698379) if you have any questions. 
 
Looking forward to a Spooktacular Halloween! 

 

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