AZ Tax Information-Important

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First, a thank you for those who were able to attend the very important parent meeting on Tuesday evening.

For those of you who were not able to be there, I need you to stop by the room tomorrow-Thursday. I have important paperwork that must be filled out by Friday and returned to me on that same day.

For those of you who did attend, I have one more form that I need Friday. I spoke to the people today and Friday is their deadline. These are the same papers I mailed to everyone last Spring, so if you still have those papers, please fill them out and mail them or bring them to me no later than Friday.
Unless you are able to pay the entire $2850-2950, it is very important that these forms are filled out.

August 2015

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Important Parent Meeting

Tuesday evening, at 7 p.m., please be at the Yuma Central Adventist Church Chapel. The meeting will last about 45 minutes. There are important things you need to know! We are looking forward to seeing you there.

Next Year!

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This last year was so busy that I did not get our activities posted on here. That will change this summer, when life is a little slower. Before I finish last year, I need to let you know that next year, our first day of school will begin at 8 a.m. on August 12.

Enjoy your summer! Mark your calendars now for an important parent meeting that will take place at 7:00 on August 11. It is important to your children and you that you attend and hear about new protocols for the 2015-2016 school year.

God bless!
Mrs. Collins

The First Day of School

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ByMrs. Collins

In case you haven’t received your letter, let me share a few things about the first day of school.

1) It starts at 8 o’clock. That is a little earlier than last year. For your child to have perfect attendance, they cannot be tardy. We will be giving a special award to any child who has perfect attendance this year!

2) We start school on Wednesday, August 20. Thatis the day after the day the Pathfinders return from Oshkosh. We are excited about getting started. Mrs. B’s room has had a real make-over and my room is about to be shampooed and there are other changes too!

3) Students should be in uniform on the Wednesday.

4) It will be a full day. We will go from 8-3:30.

5) Dismissal will be along the fence on 5th Avenue. Remember, no child, regardless of age, is allowed to cross the street alone. Once you arrive, please take charge of your children and keep them with you. We do not allow the students to play on the playground during dismissal as it saves a lot of choas. Please keep your kids by your side once you’ve arrived, even if you are visiting.

Supply Lists

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ByMrs. Collins

Just a note that supply lists were updated on July 3, 2014.

8th Grade Class Trip

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The “High Extreme” at Raging Waters, San Dimas, CA.

The 8th grade class decided to go to Raging Waters park in San Dimas, California.

Some liked the giant water slide jetting water up their nose, others did NOT!

The little rubber boat after the ride.

Climbing up to the water slide.

After getting thoroughly waterlogged, they decided to go and try the high-speed racing track. Here they are waiting for the go karts; Ontario, CA. K1 Speed indoor go-kart track.

Time passes quickly when chit-chatting at the tables.

Suzy decided to do some rather scary kart driving. First thing that went on was the protective balaclava.

All helmeted and ready to go!

A teacher’s work is never done, but sometimes you get to work in fun places.

And off she goes in lucky number 29!

Number 29 (Suzy) screams past the spectator area.
A great ending activity to a fun 8th grade class trip.

Carrot Harvest

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After waiting months since covering the tiny seeds with dirt, the “garden club” gets to reap what they sowed—thick, sweet, juicy organic carrots!

These carrots grew as twins.

“Look what we grew!

Happy farmers!

Garden Club

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From fragile little plants grown in coco coir to, hopefully, full grown productive garden plants. Such is the goal of our garden club.
The students started the plants from seed packets. They made sure they had warm sunshine and moist soil while they were indoors.
Once the outside soil was ready they transplanted them from the cups to the backyard garden. Now they get to remove stones, water and watch them grow. We hope to see some full grown plants with lots of fruit soon.

Tomatoes, peppers, and carrots, oh my!

Tiny bell pepper plant

The garden club taking care of their precious little plants.

The squash plants look promising

The garden club kids pausing from their hard work for a photo op.



Crazy Hat Day!

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Near the end of each year, for one day, the kids get to NOT wear their uniforms and wear a crazy hat! This year they chose a Western theme.


Guest Speakers

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