| DATES TO REMEMBER
Varsity Girl's Basketball Game
1:00pm at WSOC
Picture Day: Grades 1-5
Fall Benefit Donations Due
Craft Group: Table Top Puppets
Deadline for Hot Lunch
Online Sign Up
After Care Reservation Forms Due
High School Open House
Make-Up Picture Day
Grandparents and Special Friends' Day
SAVE THE DATE
Grandparents and Special Friends' Day
10 am-1 pm
Grandparents and Special Friends' Day is right around the corner! Performances by grades 1-12. Please send your family and friend's email addresses to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can send them an invitation. Look for more information in next week's newsletter!
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Paul Conolly - Board Chair
Gabe Frisby - Treasurer
Gina Illes - Administration Rep.
Holly Richards - College Rep.
COLLEGE OF TEACHERS
From The Scrip Store...
3 more ways to boost your family's scrip account:
- Ralphs Club Card: are you registered? WSOC's number is 80234, at Ralphs.com under the 'Community Contribution' section. This is track-able scrip credit for your family. Sign up your friends and family too! As an incentive, for every FIVE names of family & friends you submit, you'll be given $25.00 of your choice of scrip!
- eScrip.com: ask your family, friends, co-workers and neighbors to sign-up and give their ID number and name to you, so you can turn them into The Scrip Store. Then, when their name, ID number and earnings appear on WSOC's monthly report, your family earns scrip credit! As with the Ralphs Club Card, for every FIVE names you submit, you'll be given $25.00 of your choice of scrip!
- fresh&easy: this is quite easy~submit your receipts to The Scrip Store (write your name on it so we can credit you!) and for every $20 on the receipt, your family will earn $1 scrip profit credit (that equals 5%). The 'Shop for Schools' promotion ends on December 31, 2011. If we submit the highest dollar amount in California, we will win an ADDITIONAL $5,000! Ask your supporters for their receipts & turn those in too into the fresh&easy box in The Scrip Store
SAVE MONEY~BUY SCRIP! It's a win-win-win for your family scrip bank, your student's class account and the WSOC operating budget!
Sandy Meadows, Scrip Coordinator
949.574.7775, ext 204
To order online, please click here!
For the most updated order form, click here!
WSOC ON FACEBOOK
Check out our Facebook page!
|CLASS BASKETS AT ZANY 2011|
Wanna see a sneak preview? Click here to view all the amazing baskets on auction!
|AMERICAN YOUTH SYMPHONY|
Congratulations to our very own Nicholas Purdy (Grade 11) for securing a coveted spot in the American Youth Symphony! The first concert will be on October 23rd at Royce Hall. These concerts are free to the general public and a wonderful opportunity to watch a high quality Orchestra perform a wide range of music. For more details and to see dates for the other upcoming concerts, check out their website.
|ATHLETIC DIRECTOR WANTED|
Athletic Director - Hourly position/paying $24 an hour. Hours vary but will not exceed 146 hours a year (averaging 4.5 hours a school week).
We are looking for someone that is an out-going, sports-minded person, enjoys being with children and has organizational skills. This position oversees both the high school and middle school after-school sports programs. The Athletic Director will connect with other eligible schools, set up game schedules, handle the administrative work of paying and scheduling referees, make sure we have appropriate coaches and act as a liaison between the coaches and the designated faculty. For a complete job description click here. Please send all letters of interest and resumes to Gina Illes in the office.
|PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS|
Daniel Pitts and Katie Scavone are offering their expertise in piano and voice lessons. For more info, click here.
Rusty Vail is also offering her expertise in piano, guitar, voice, singing, recorder and pentatonic flute lessons.
If interested, please
CASHORE MARIONETTE PERFORMANCE
On Monday, The Cashore Marionettes performed right here at WSOC for our entire student body. These are world-class performers who typically play large performing art venues, so this was truly a special engagement. Our students had the rare opportunity to see them up close in the intimate setting of our Eurythmy Hall. We could not have brought this experience to our students without the generous sponsorship provided by Cara & Paul Conolly, Allison & Colin Severn, Catherine Averett & David Unger and Linda Timmons & David Lieberman. Thank you all for this tremendous gift.
Click here to read student reviews of the performance.
VICTORY FOR GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Last week the Girl Wildcats crushed their opponents 20-9 and are looking to continue their winning ways this week against their opponent from the League of Fellowship.
So, come on out and support the girls with some wildcat roars at 1pm at the Waldorf School of Orange County this Saturday !
PICTURE DAY SCHEDULE REMINDER
Monday October 24
Grades 1 - 5
NO PRE-PAID PACKAGES: You do not need to turn in any paperwork or money before picture day. There will be no obligation to purchase any pictures, although everyone will have a chance to do so when the images are made available.
WEBSITE PREVIEW & ORDER: You will be able to preview and order photos through a password-protected website. Packages as well as a la carte prints will be available. More information on this will be forthcoming.
CLOTHING: The best choice is the simplest. Solid colors or small patterns are best. Avoid plaids, stripes and very bright colors and bold patterns.
COLORS: To retain a healthy skin tone avoid white, apple green, purple and yellow.
PARENTS: We welcome your enthusiasm in spirit, but please do not observe the photo session as this will be a distraction for the children.
MAKE-UP DAY: This will be for children who missed their regularly scheduled session, or if you would like a re-shoot due to photographer error (for example, the picture of your child is out of focus, has a blotch of light, has eyes closed, etc.). There will be only one make-up day: November 7.
RECYCLING WITH THE CLASS OF 2016
The 8th grade class celebrating Toby Bush for a HUGE contribution to their weekly recycling collection
the cans & bottles we're collected along the back bay, saving them from floating to the ocean.
WAY TO GO TOBY !!!!!!!!
Monday, October 31, we welcome the children in grades 1 to 12 to dress up in creative costumes. Please refrain from costumes that have toys or simulated weapons, scary masks, or gory make-up. Costumes should not interfere with regular schoolwork and activities. These are the general rules; you may receive more specific instructions from your child's teacher.
|HIGH SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE
Saturday, November 5, 10:00am-1:00pm
Open House Schedule
10:30-11:30 Guided Walk Through
11:30-12:15 Question and Answer Session
12:15-1:00 Classrooms Open
|CALLING ALL CRAFTERS|
Christine needs help putting Elves Craft kits together for Winter Festival. If interested, Christine will be outside Company of Angels starting this Friday from 11:00am-1:00pm.
Here is her schedule for next week:
For more info, please contact Christine at
email@example.com or call her on her cell at 949-244-4663
Thanks for your support
GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!
A Bizarre Bazaar
Saturday, November 5
Arroyo Trabuco Country Club
#1: Buy your ticket on-line today! Say yes to the pre-register option, because it honestly saves the team mountains of time at the event and on the back-end.
#2: Turn in your donation
#3: Check out the Raffle Prizes curb-side at drop-off and pick-up.
*Grandparents Day VIP Package
*His and Hers Motorola Zoom Tablets
(We won these at Carousel of Possible Dreams)
#4 Think about to whom you are going to send the BiddingForGood on-line auction link. They can shop, get something unique for themselves or as a gift, while supporting our school.
The 8th grade class makes decorating EASY!
Order your wreaths & garland at pick up or drop off this week and next. Fresh Pacific Northwest evergreens will be delivered here at WSOC following our Thanksgiving break
The class of 2016 appreciates your support for
their trip to Hawaii.
contact Chele Eades or Leslie Morrison WSOCclassof2016@gmail.com
GRADE 6 STUDENT PERSPECTIVES
Earlier this month, our 7th Grade spent 2 nights in Joshua Tree National Park where they had the opportunity to rock climb. What an amazing experience, as the students one-by-one faced their fears and then overcame them! Mrs. Mitchell had the students write about their experience.
Here are a few samples of their personal experience.
We want to spruce up the campus for Grandparents Day so our guests can enjoy the beauty of our school!
Join us with your sleeves rolled up!
Friday, Nov. 11 - after drop off until noon
Saturday, Nov. 12 - 9am - 1pm
More details to come!