Students and Parents,
Science Olympiad is a science competition team that competes in 23 events based on different areas of science. We plan to have 2 teams of 15 students that will compete at the regional and possibly state level. In order to be on a team, a student must be willing to attend after school workshops and dedicate a Saturday in February and March (TBD) for the competitions.
If you are interested in joining our Science Olympiad teams this year, please fill out the linked Google form. We will be having an informational meeting on Tuesday 9/17 at 5pm in the science lab.
If you are a parent that is interested in volunteering/helping out, we have lost many volunteers, so please email me with what events/days you’d be interested in helping with. Or if you have friends, family members, or neighbors that are interested in coaching/volunteering, please let me know.
The Google form below is to tell me what events you are possibly interested in:
If you have questions about each individual event, please see the Science Olympiad website at: https://www.soinc.org/events/2020-event-table
American Heritage Girls Troop FL7145, invites girls ages 5-18yrs to join and experience a Christ -centered Scouting program. We meet 2x per month on a Thursday evening at Little Flower Catholic Church.
American Heritage Girls is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the mission of building women of integrity through service to God, family, community and country. The organization offers badge programs, service projects, girl leadership opportunities and outdoor experiences to its members. This program of character building has successfully served thousands of girls since its inception and will continue to do so long into the 21st century.
Parent Info Night will be on Thursday, August 24th at 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Little Flower Catholic Parish Hall, 6495 Lillian Hwy., Pensacola 32506.
For more information contact:
Keli Brown 850-207-7364 firstname.lastname@example.org Trish Bosso email@example.com www.americanheritagegirls.org
n celebration of National Poetry Month, we thought it might be fun
to start an
annual Poetry night. The inaugural Poetry Night will be held on
- Wednesday April 20th at 6:30 p.m. in the Ave Maria Hall.
The premise is a casual, coffeehouse style reading with students, teachers and parents (maybe you?) simply getting up and reading a published poem that they love, has inspired them etc.
Parents, if your student is a good reader, has a flair for the dramatic and needs extra credit in English/Lit class, please insist they participate. If YOU love reading poetry or have written some original poetry and would like a venue to read it aloud, please let me know and I’ll put you on the list to read. If you have a friend or neighbor who loves poetry- get ’em involved. I am also looking for acoustic guitar players to provide music for the evening. Musical renditions of poetry are also welcomed!
Coffee, cocoa and cookies (check out my alliteration) will be served. I would love to make this an annual event but will need to have a successful FIRST ONE to do so. I appreciate in advance your kind help. RSVP today- Please send me names of anyone interested in participating. Beanies and berets optional.
Dig it man!
Don’t miss the trip of a life time to Rome and Vatican City. Check out the tour website or contact Ms. D’Aversa at 678-457-0677 for more information.
You can enroll through our tour website at www.eftours.com/1812164MZ or you can call EF’s customer service department from Monday–Friday, 9AM-5PM at 1.800.665.5364.