December 5th, A. C. Stelle kick's off our Green Bag Project where we make care packages for the homeless men and women on Skid Row. A list of suggested items was sent home with your student December 2nd and can be found by clicking on Read More+. Please look it over and talk to your student about what items he/she would need with only one bag to carry! Assemblies will be held on Monday morning and bags to fill distributed during 6th period! This holiday season, let's show the men and women on Skid Row how much A. C. Stelle cares!
It’s no secret that parenting middler schoolers can be tough. Join the A.E. Wright Middle School Counseling Department to learn new ways to parent your teen at our upcoming Parent Education Night with Engage. In this presentation, Marriage and Family Therapists Evan Simmons and Sasha Sloniker will present new and creative ways to address teen anxiety. Parents will leave this workshop with tools and techniques they can use to support their teens as they process and manage the anxiety they face at school, at home, and in their everyday lives. Please join us!
On December 6th, he CHS Performing Arts Department is holding an open casting for a youth role in an upcoming performance at Calabasas High School. Students must attend an LVUSD school in grades 5-8. AUDITION REQUIREMENTS: Female – LVUSD Grade 5-8 Basic acting and dancing skills Prepare a one-minute monologue and be ready to learn a short dance combination Please contact Kristen Furino for more information firstname.lastname@example.org Perform with CHS students!
Mark your calendars! These upcoming LVUSD Parent Education & Support Series events are open to all LVUSD families and will rotate between our middle school campus locations. You'll have the opportunity to hear from experts in their fields as they share strategies and parenting tips to support your children academically, emotionally, and socially. Please join us!
Daily Bulletin for Monday, December 5, 2016
CLUB NEWS: The Hebrew club will meet today in E212.
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Today we are kicking off the Green Bag project. This annual community service project collects toiletries, warm clothing, blankets and other highly needed goods for homeless men and women in Los Angeles. You will attend an assembly today that will talk more about this. Last Friday, you received a green sheet with suggested items. Today in 6th period, you will receive a bag to use to collect and turn in your donation. Eagle Service and Leadership students will be coming by homeroom all this week to collect your bags. Please help make this the best year ever!
ALSO, STUDENTS: This week also starts the “Hour of Code Week” at Stelle. You’ll be learning more about computers and programming with fun activities all week, culminating in a Dance Off at Eagle stage on Friday!
REMINDER, STUDENTS: This Wednesday is a Staff Collaboration Day; dismissal is at 12:30.