This week’s highlights

The most important news and events for the week of April 16, 2018:

Yearbook Sales are going on NOW!

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McCall Yearbook sales are going on now!

You may purchase them for $20 each.

There are two ways to purchase:

  1. Online: you may do so at http://ybpay.lifetouch.com using the ID code of 13456318 and following the prompts to put in your student’s information.
  2. By check: Made payable to “McCall Elementary”. Be sure to include your student’s name and that the check is for the yearbook.

 

Sales end May 1st.

 

Art to Remember

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Your child should have received his/her Art to Remember Order Form. They are due back by Friday, April 20th.

You can send a check with your order or preferably, order online! (Each student’s individual online ordering code is on the Art to Remember sheet that was sent home.)

This fundraiser incorporates your child’s artwork into beautiful gifts for you, your family, and your friends for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, birthdays, and more!

If you have questions, please contact Sheri at (sherifeinberg4@gmail.com).

Scholastic Book Fair May 1-4

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This year’s Scholastic Book Fair will be held Tuesday, May 1st through Friday, May 4th, 2018.

The students will visit the fair with their homeroom teachers. The fair will remain open during the Parent/Teacher conferences on May 2nd, 3rd and 4th until 2PM so families can visit together.

Parents and teachers can download the free Scholastic Book Fair to help them make their selection.

The Book Fair will also be available online from April 25th through May 8th with a wider selection of titles than the fair itself.
Please go to http://www.scholastic.com/bf/mccallschool starting April 25th.

We are looking for parent volunteers to help us run the fair. Please sign up HERE if you can assist the students in making their selections.

Our “All for Books” donation program is back this year, and we hope it will allow us again to provide books to students who cannot otherwise afford them. There is a collection box in your child’s classroom, so send in your loose change!

We look forward to seeing you at the fair!

Stephanie Grenier-Griffin and Marci Seder
Book Fair Co-Chairs

This week’s highlights

The most important news and events for the week of April 9, 2018:

Sixth Grade Camping Trip

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McCall 6th graders annually attend an overnight trip at The Outdoor School in Horsham, where they study the stars, watch the moon, work on a farm, learn about animals, go bird watching, and build a stronger community.

They bring to life the environments, organisms, and landforms they studied in the sixth grade curriculum.

To learn more and to help fund this trip, please visit Ms. Asto’s Donors Choose page.

This week’s highlights

The most important news and events for the week of April 3, 2018:

Dress Down Day: Crazy / Mismatched

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McCall’s next monthly Dress Down Day (Crazy Mismatched Day) will be Friday, April 6th

If participating, please send $1 in and the homeroom teacher will collect the money in the morning.

Participating students earn points toward Blue & Gold Day, McCall’s annual field day in the spring.

7th Annual McCall Relays

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Join us for our Seventh Annual McCall Relays on Saturday, April 21st from 3 to 5PM at Starr Garden (6th and Lombard Streets). The registration fee is $20 for students (with a family discount of $15/child for 2 or more siblings) and $10 for parents/teachers.

Entry fee includes unlimited races, t-shirt, race bib, and refreshments. Race will be held rain or shine, and fee is non-refundable.

The flyers (English / Chinese) have been distributed.

Questions? Please contact Sheri at sherinfeinberg4@gmail.com or Lauren at laurenalice@gmail.com.