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TEETH CARE: Hancock students in kinder- garten and first grade received a special visit recently from Kimberly the Tooth Fairy from Dr. Christopher Drew’s office. Health Assistant Jill Barber arranged for the visit. Submitted photo

held from 5 to 9 p.m. Fri., April 13, featuring food, games and friends. Craft or retail vendors interested in participating should contact for an application. School Cents – Remember to keep receipts from pur-

chases at Chandler Fashion Center and surrounding stores. They can be turned in to teachers or be stamped at Guest Services. Calendar March 8: Student-led conferences; early release March 9: Pastries for Parents, 7:30 a.m. April 13: Spring Carnival, 5-9 p.m. —Susan Hegarty, Katie Perry

Tarwater Toros Art show – Art Masterpiece hosts an art show from 9:30

Music notes – Fourth-graders performed a recorder

concert recently for Hancock friends and families. Centennial celebration – Hancock celebrated the

Centennial of Arizona in grand style. The whole school created a timeline that included important events in Arizona history as well as world events from the past 100 years. During assembly students did “100 Acts for Arizona;” after assembly, students viewed the timeline as they paraded around the building starting in the preschool wing and ending in the fifth- and sixth-grade building. A time capsule was also created that will be opened in 2037; each grade level completed an Arizona- relevant project to be placed in the capsule. Tax credits – Donations for 2012 can be given any

time starting now. Donate up to $400 to Hancock and receive credit back for the full amount. Thanks to the Hancock families who have already contributed. —Suzanne Incorvaia

Jacobson Jets Save the date – Jacobson’s Spring Carnival will be

a.m. to 4 p.m. Thu., March 8 in Tarwater’s Multipurpose Room. Every month throughout the school year, parent volunteers have introduced students to a new artist and examples of the artist’s works. The volunteers and students explore the artist’s techniques and the students create their own original artwork in the style of that artist. The collec- tion of the student body’s artwork to be displayed includes paintings, drawings and sculptures. Kudos – Congrats to the 30 Tarwater students who

attended the annual CUSD Student Council Convention. They did a great job representing Tarwater, learning new lead- ership skills and looking great with their “Back to the ‘80s” theme. Students prepared for the convention by making a banner and a collage and writing a song about leadership. Class notes – Fifth-graders have been busy learning

about the American Revolution. To bring the “taxation without representation” concept to life, some classrooms had a visit from King George and his soldiers. Students were “taxed” on various activities they had been able to do in the past for free, such as using a chair, getting a drink of water and talking. Students each brought in five quarters for this activity; the “tax” money collected will be donated

to the Clothes Cabin, a clothing bank in Chandler. School Cents – Families and friends are encouraged to

continue to save receipts from Chandler Fashion Center for the School Cents program, show them at Guest Services and mention Tarwater. —Robyn Kelly

Bogle Bulldogs Budding scientists – Congrats to the Bogle students

who received honorable mentions at the recent Hamilton Invitational Science and Engineering Fair: sev- enth-graders Michelle Howell and Dhruv Madhav for their respective projects "Freeze Thaw Rocks" and "Gatorade vs. Powerade," and eighth-grader Lauren Honea for her project "To Bean or Not To Bean." Testing, testing – AIMS testing will be held during the

week of April 16. Students should arrive to school on time and prepared. If possible, reschedule any appoint- ments that would require a student to arrive late or leave school early. Booster Club is collecting healthy individu- ally wrapped snacks to distribute to students during AIMS testing. All donations can be delivered to the front office. —Jennifer Sifuentes

Basha Bears Centennial celebration – Basha High’s Social Studies

Department celebrated the Arizona and Chandler Centennial recently with activities from Centennial T-shirts to a traditional “Whiskerino” contest. A schoolwide birth- day party was held, complete with a cupcake display in the shape of the Arizona flag and a cupcake for every student on campus thanks to the Basha Culinary Department. The Social Studies Department also hosted a History Night, “Chandler’s Roots: Bearly Scratching the Surface of History,” as part of the Centennial Speaker series, featuring guest speakers Jody Crago from the Chandler Museum, Dr. Howard Conley and Dorothy Woods Ruoff. —Renee Clancy

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