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Lend a Hand on Field Day

The PTA will be putting on a Field Day for our students.  The 1st - 5th graders will have their field day on June 6th.  We need volunteers to help run fun activities!  See the following link to sign up for a time slot.  

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0f4da5a62faa8-field3

Get Wet! Thanks to Unified Fire

Engines and crews from Unified Fire will stop by to spay down the students form 2:30-2:45. Come dressed to get wet.  Don't forget sunscreen!

Job Opportunity for Next Year: AmeriCorps Volunteer Coordinator for reading intervention program. 

à See below.

Week of May 28, 2018

Monday:              Memorial Day – No School

Tuesday               Mrs. Roper’s Class Pizza Party (end of the day)

Wednesday:         Math-a-thon Inflatables

Thursday:            Kindergarten Field Day

K-5 Get Wet! Unified Fire Department will spray the students.

6:00 French Choir Performance

Last Day of Brain Boosters

Upcoming Events

6/4       2nd Grade Rain Forest

6/4       5th Grade Pool Day

6/4       4th Grade Utah Program

6/5       5th Grade Talent Show

6/5       5th Grade vs. Faculty Kickball Game

6/6       Field Day – 1st-5th

6/7       LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

            9:00 5th Grade Awards Assembly

JOB OPPORTUNITY

Read. Graduate. Succeed.

A Governor/Mayor AmeriCorps Initiative

1950 Monroe    Ogden, UT  84401 

Phone: (801) 668 3995   Fax: 801-737-8505

AmeriCorps is a national organization modeled after the Peace Corps.  It is federally funded through the National Corporation for Community Service and the Utah State Commission on Volunteers. Members serve in elementary schools and are paid a monthly living allowance $750 for this part time job from August through June for a total of 900 hours during the school year. At the end of each service year members are given a $2865.00 educational award to use toward payment of student loans, school tuition, fees and or books.  This amount can be gifted for members over 55 years of age. The stipend and educational award amount to about $11.50 per hour.

Member responsibilities:

Recruit a minimum of 30 volunteers to act as literacy tutors-Local businesses and organizations are ready to help

Coordinate scheduling of students’ tutoring times and support/supervise literacy volunteers

Conduct training sessions using tutoring programs for literacy volunteers

Collect and organize student data on reading

Complete a minimum of 50 individual service project hours within the community-we make this easy

Attend fall and spring trainings as scheduled

Complete assignments and participate in monthly study group

Please call Mr. Nalwalker for details or questions. 801-826-7975