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Fairmont Private Schools, Mable Campus


Students helped tie the red ribbon around Mable's tree
for Red Ribbon Week  
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Halloween Haunt
Haunted House! Face Painting! Games! Food! Prizes! Where can I find all this fun and excitement? At the Halloween Haunt, of course! The Haunt will take place in the Mable Gym and Cafeteria on Friday, October 28 from 6:00 p.m to 10:00 p.m. Tickets can be pre-ordered or purchased at the door. Click here for more information and a ticket order form.

Pumpkin Carving Workshop

Have some fun with Miss Marlena, Mr. Micah, and Miss Jessica while getting in the Halloween spirit! Allow your inner spookiness to shine through while carving your pumpkin (provided). This two-day class will be held on Wednesday and Thursday, October 26 and 27,  from 4:00 p.m. to  5:00 p.m. The cost of this workshop is $30. Click here for the registration form.

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5th and 6th Grade Field Trips

Fairmont Private Schools, Mable Campus


6th Grade- Outdoor Science Camp
On October 10th, our sixth grade students went to Outdoor Science School in the San Bernardino Mountains.  The students departed Monday morning and arrived shortly before noon.  Little did they know what would be in store for them over the next week.  Upon their arrival, students joined their cabin instructors and fellow cabin mates, and the week was on its way.  
The week consisted of hiking along exciting trails that provided the students with an opportunity to learn about the forest and animal life surrounding them.  On these hikes, knowledge was taught and information was shared by teachers, instructors, and students.  The hiking highlights of the week included the Night Hike and the Astronomy Hike, which allowed the students to explore the wilderness trails by means of their rarely-used night vision.

In addition to the outdoor activities, students also performed in skits, made s'mores, and attended a hoedown.  Skit night, where each cabin performed a skit based upon the recycling theme of the week, produced some hilarious acts that involved crazy costumes and wild personalities.  Rumor has it that the Fairmont teachers produced, directed, and starred in their own little skit involving a candy store and a few suckers! At the hoedown, the students kicked up their heels and did some line dancing.  The students smiled and joked as they learned new dances while stumbling and bumbling to the music.

Outdoor Science School is part of the sixth grade curriculum.  It gives the students the opportunity to learn in a majestic setting six thousand five hundred feet above sea level.  A diverse range of topics including geology, astronomy, and ecology are studied throughout the entire week.  
Working together is a key theme at Outdoor Science School.  In the cabins and at meals, students are asked to put away thoughts of "me" and to start thinking about "us." It is truly a memorable week that the students reminisce about the entire year.

Contributed by Mr. Calabria, Mrs. Cameron, and Miss Patterson

5th Grade- Riley's Farm
Last week, our fifth graders ventured off to Oak Glen to visit the legendary Riley's Farm! The students had a blast experiencing what life was like during the Revolutionary War. They watched firsthand the injustices of the legal system, learned the method of turning wool into yarn, and finally, the process of turning yarn into clothing. Survival skills such as bread baking, butter churning, and grinding grain into flour were taught to the children. Common trades, such as Blacksmithing, were also displayed. Etiquette and feather pen writing lessons were also given to the children. At the end of their journey through the American Revolution, the students re-enacted the Revolutionary War and enjoyed partaking in a "soldier's feast." It was an action-packed day, and one that will not be forgotten!

Contributed by Mrs. Gilliland and Mr. Edmisten


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Fairmont Private School- Mable Campus


Tri-Way Football
Monday, October 17
Mable 0 , Pegasus 20

Tuesday, October 18
Mable 6 , TVT 0

Tri-Way Volleyball
Monday, October 17
vs. Pegasus
Loss, 8-25, 16-25

Tuesday, October 18
vs. TVT
Win, 25-20, 25-14

Click on links below for maps of game locations.

Monday, October 24
DSL AND Tri-Way Football and Volleyball-Away Game vs.Oakridge
3:15 p.m.

Tuesday, October 25
Tri-Way Football and Volleyball- Away Game vs Calvary 3:15 p.m.
  Football Game will be held at Portola Park
  Volleyball Game will be held at Calvary Christian School

Wednesday, October 26
Tri-Way Football- Away Game vs. Carden Academy 3:15 p.m.
  Game will be held at Bart Spendlove Park

Thursday, October 27
DSL Football and Volleyball- Home Game vs. Mission Hills 3:15 p.m.
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Dates to Know Date 

Tuesday, October 25
6th Grade Spelling Bee
8:30 a.m.

Wednesday, October 26
7th/8th Grade Pentathlon Testing

Afterschool Pumpkin Carving Workshop
4:00 p.m.

Friday, October 28
FPA Halloween Haunt
6:00 p.m.- 10:00 p.m.
Mable Gym

Monday, October 31
1st and 2nd Grade Costume Parade
10:00 a.m.
Blacktop behind Library Building

Tuesday, November 1
Elementary Photo Make Up Day

FPA Food Drive Begins

Wednesday, November 2
1st and 3rd Grade- Charlotte's Web
La Mirada Performing Arts Center

Thursday, November 3
4th Grade Time Capsule Study Trip Departs

6, 7, 8 Grade Spelling Bee
8:30 a.m.

Friday, November 4
No School- Teacher Inservice

4th Grade Time Capsule Study Trip Returns