March Madness is back! Students in K-3 can play games like Silly Soccer and Messy Back Yard, and participate in a Hip Hop dance class led by a guest Hip Hop dance instructor! While the young'uns work up a sweat, parents can enjoy informative presentations from two Pierce parents:
Pizza will be sold, and healthy snacks will be available. Kids should wear comfortable clothing and sneakers, and bring water bottles. A few volunteers still needed. Contact Maria Arado-McDonald with questions at email@example.com.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR UNDERSTANDING DISABILITY PROGRAM
The Understanding Disability Program is an important and wonderful program for all fourth-graders. It aims to raise awareness of the issues people with disabilities face as they live in a world designed for able-bodied people. This program relies completely on parent volunteers. Remaining programs are:
-Thurs., 5/15, 8-10:30am: Blindness program (training 5/14, 7pm Pierce library)
-Tues., 6/3, 8-10:30am: Physical Disability program (training 6/2, Pierce Library)
-Tues., 6/17, 8-10:30am: Intellectual Disability program (training 6/16, Pierce Library)
Please contact Rebecca Tolkoff at firstname.lastname@example.org
to volunteer. We appreciate your help with this meaningful program.
SAVE THE DATE: PIERCE'S ANNUAL SPRING FUNDRAISER
Sat., 5/10, 7pm @ Pierce Cafeteria
May 10th is Pierce's spring fundraiser, so secure your babysitter early! If you are interested in helping, please let us know at email@example.com. We're looking for an Event Chair, so please contact us if you're interested. More details to follow soon.
HAVE AN AUCTION ITEM TO DONATE FOR THE SPRING FUNDRAISER?
Support Pierce! Help raise funds to make our school even better for kids and teachers. Consider participating in the Spring Fundraiser by contributing an item for the live or silent auctions -- something you own, or your expertise.
Some ideas: tickets to an event, technology items, a vacation house, gift certificates; services such as cooking, architecture, healthcare, massage, photography, home maintenance; or lead a class for kids or adults in crafts, sports, music, culinary, dance, or yoga. Bring your creative ideas! To offer an item or service , or if you have questions about the auction, please contact Toby Raybould at firstname.lastname@example.org.
THANK YOU MOVIE NIGHT VOLUNTEERS!
Thank you to all the parents who brought their children to Movie Night last Wednesday. It was a great success! Special thanks go to Hillary Janowski and Molly Zuker for organizing the event, and to Eric Lilot for donating the signed Usaine Bolt track shirt to raffle off. Additional thanks to all those who helped make the evening great, including: Mercedes Blaney, Laura Muņoz, Catalina Escalante-Roseto, Jean Sandler, Jennifer Amigone, Dan Saltzman, Jen Rothstein, Deb Troderman, Sandra Sicard, Jennifer Marckres, Daria Cohen, Boryana Panova, Lydia Lynch, Tiffany Rinne, Julie Bruno, Jean Teillon, Gioia Perugini, Lise Nigrovic, Yolanda Requena-Silla, Ana Otero, Kate Risse, Ellen Geller, Meredith Saillant, and Bopha Chan.
Note: A ring was found at Movie Night. If it might be yours, please stop by the school office.