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Erie Eagles Frye Falcons
Incoming – Kindergarten students registered for 2009-2010 school year are invited to meet the Olympic Field Days – Frye Elementary
principal during a special story time in the media center at 12:30 p.m. on Tue., May 19. Parents are invited students, including Miss Honne’s
to return at 6 p.m. that evening for the Kindergarten Orientation meeting to meet teachers and have kindergartners, celebrated Olympic Field
questions answered. Days recently, with an opening ceremony
PTO news – Plan to attend the fi nal PTO meeting of the year in the media center at 5 p.m. Thu., May celebration. Students also learned about
21. Special thanks to the PTO volunteers for sponsoring and working the Water Fun Day to be held on the different countries and cultures, and created
east fi eld Fri., May 22. Students are reminded to wear appropriate clothing and apply sunscreen. and made a fl ag and costumes to match their
School rocks – Erie Musical Theater Presents “School House Rock” Jr. on Tue., May 26 with three country. Prior to this event, each classroom
shows in the Multipurpose Room: 9 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. The public is invited to attend. Admission passed a torch around which was part of the
is free. Opening Ceremonies.
Field trip – Erie fi fth- and sixth-grade students will go to Emanuel Pines Camp in Prescott for Science
Camp. A big thanks to the teachers and students who worked hard all year preparing for the event and the
many community members who helped make the trip possible by designating their Tax Credit Donations
to Erie Science Camp.
––Christine Loschiavo
Hancock Heat
Student Council – Students campaign for Student Council elections for the 2009-10 school year
during the week of May 26.
Jacobson Jets
Calendar
June 2: Talent show, grades K-3, 1 p.m.; grades 4-6, 2 p.m.
Dilly’s Deli – Dilly’s Deli Night is from 4 to 8 p.m. Tue., May 19. Fifty percent of all sales proceeds is —Suzanne Incorvaia
returned to Jacobson.
Welcome kindies – Remember to register kindergarten-age children for the upcoming 2009-10
school year. Full-day kindergarten is available at no cost at Jacobson. For more info, call the school at
480-812-4100.
Thanks due – Parents had a great time showing their appreciation during Teacher Appreciation Week.
Navarrete Nighthawks
Thanks to all the teachers for their great work. Thanks also to all the Jacobson families for supporting
Barro’s Pizza Night and Golden Spoon. All-day K – Navarrete is happy to offer free all-day kindergarten again for the 2009-10 school year. Be
Mornings with Moms – Mornings with Moms was outstanding. Thanks to all the second graders for sure your child is registered.
their great performance. Calendar
Calendar May 21: Fourth-grade musical play
May 19: Dilly’s Deli Night, 4-8 p.m. —Kerry Kester
May 28: AR Movie
June 2: Talent Show, grades 4-6, 9 a.m.; grades K-3, 1:30 p.m.
June 3: Kinder Celebration
—Telma Ganuza-Friedberg
Bogle Bulldogs
Music notes – Congrats to the BJHS Symphonic Band members and their director, Mrs. Carrie Torres,
Haley Tigers
who earned an “Excellent” rating at the recent ABODA festival. The Bogle Chamber Orchestra and its
director Mrs. Julie Ivanhoe also received the highest possible rating, a “Superior with Distinction,” at the
Open enrollment – If your child will continue at Haley for the 2009-10 school year and is currently on same festival.
an open enrollment, you must complete a new open enrollment form for next year. Forms can be picked Math counts – Bogle students attended the second annual East Valley Conference Mathletics
up in the school offi ce. competition and with the coaching of Miss Allyson Stewart won the championship.
Little ones – Haley is currently accepting enrollments for free all-day kindergarten and a tuition-based Essay winners – Four Bogle students were named winners in the annual Law Week Essay Contest.
preschool for 4-year-old students. Call Haley’s offi ce at 480-224-3500 or visit ww2.chandler.k12.az.us. Congrats to Molly Kigin, D’Amani Grayer, Jorji Cole and Atharva Dhole.
—Alice Ewald —Jennifer Sifuentes
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