Congratulations to Mr. Lahr’s homeroom for having the highest level of participation in our 2019-2020 Lucky Hearts Fundraiser. His class worked hard to sell their tickets. In addition to having the highest classroom participation he also had two students tie for the most tickets sold overall!
6L will enjoy a nice treat from the PTO!
We thank each and every family for their participation in one of our biggest fundraisers of the year.
We brought in $26,892!!! That is over our total from last year!!!
Come join us for a day of golfing fun! Your entrance fee covers your greens fee, golf cart, and awards luncheon in addition to the golf tournament and contests.
- Saturday, April 28th
- 9:00 AM Shotgun Start
- $300 Team Registration Fee – 4 person scramble format
So download the registration form, pull our your clubs and get ready to enjoy a great day on the course!
We’re delighted to announce that the deadline to turn in our “Lucky Hearts” ticket sales has been extended to Friday, October 6th, 2017! A special treat will be given to the class with the most tickets sales for each day from Friday, September 29 until Friday, October 6th—giving each class six opportunities to win!
Kindergarten sold the most Lucky Hearts last Friday and Monday. Pre-K brought in the most sold Lucky Hearts on Tuesday! Both classes will choose their reward.
- Friday, September 29 – Kindergarten
- Monday, October 2 – Kindergarten
- Tuesday, October 3 – Pre-K
- Wednesday, October 4 -Pre-K
- Thursday, October 5 – Pre-K & Kindergarten
- Friday, October 6 – Kindergarten
Who will be today’s winner? Turn in your Lucky Hearts now! The class that turns in the most Lucky Hearts sold tickets has a chance to win a pizza party, ice cream social or no homework passes.
Please support our team and purchase from one of our Olympians.
40% of all candle proceeds go to Science Olympiad.
For ordering information please email email@example.com
You can order online using Group #990088783 – Sale Ends October 6th!
September is childhood cancer month and we recognize that by wearing yellow.
However, the color for childhood leukemia is orange. In support of Madeleine Ritz, we are asking students to wear an orange shirt on Thursday with a $2 donation for the leukemia association.
If you do not have an orange shirt, please wear yellow in recognition of childhood cancer.
- Students in grades 3-8 may wear jeans, not shorts, with their t-shirts.
- Boys may wear shorts only if they wear their uniform shorts.
- Students in pre-k-2nd grade may wear shorts with their t-shirts.
- All students are required to wear uniform shoes.
If you have any Box Tops for Education, please send them in next week. Please note, we are NOT looking for Campbell’s Soup Labels, just General Mills’ Box Tops.
So far this year, our school has earned around $1500 from the Box Tops program – let’s keep it going!
Support SHCS Science Olympiad!!!
They make great gifts. Use group # 990088783