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Good news! Our Charleston Wrap and frozen food orders are almost here!

Distribution of all orders will take place THIS COMING MONDAY, November 24th from 3:05 pm until 4:00 pm at the cafeteria doors (by the playground).

Given their perishable nature, please note that we are unfortunately unable to store any frozen food after the scheduled pickup time. If you are unable to pick up your order yourself, please make arrangements for someone else to do it for you. Any orders that are not picked up will be forfeited; refunds can not be given.

If you have any questions, email Debbie Feldman (debbie@feldman.us) or Jen Sullivan (jkms73@verizon.net).

Eat lunch with your kids teachers!

 
Please join us for the 
PTA Teacher-Staff 
Annual Holiday Luncheon
 
Thursday, December 18th, 2014
Purchase School Multi-Purpose Room
11am-2pm
Please RSVP
By Thursday, December 11th
To Danielle Kalauu at Danielle_orkin@yahoo.com
 
We look forward to seeing you!
Luncheon Co-Chairs
Susan Heilbrunn (susan.heilbrunn@gmail.com)
Marcy Modica (marcymodica@gmail.com)

Calling All Bakers!!!

Whether you are Betty Crocker or Martha Stewart
The PTA needs your help (and baked goods)!
This year’s PTA Staff & Teacher Holiday Appreciation Luncheon will be on Thursday, December 18th
We are looking for families who love to bake and wish to donate their special treats.
Your dessert will be beautifully displayed with your (or your child(rens)) names for all to admire and devour!
 
Be as creative as you want, from a box or from scratch.
It doesn’t have to be beautiful, it just needs to come from your oven!
 
Here’s what we need (all nut-free, please):
 
12 dozen brownies
12 dozen cookies (holiday or otherwise)
4 dozen fruit bars
9 dozen mini cupcakes
 
Thank you so much!
 
Luncheon Co-Chairs
Jill Gans
Susan Heilbrunn
Marcy Modica
 
Please RSVP by THIS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER  21st
to Jill Gans 

 

Congratulations to Dr. Wool for making a huge difference in the APPR debate!

This past Tuesday, Superintendent Lou Wool and one of his colleagues participated in a live streamed interview that outlined their concerns with New York’s Annual Professional Performance Review and their frustrations with working with the State to address these concerns. Below is the link to the interview. Congratulations to Dr. Wool for making a huge difference in the APPR debate! We all thank you.

http://www.lohud.com/videos/opinion/editorials/editorial-spotlight/2014/11/11/18872019/

5TH GRADE BAKE SALE TOMORROW!

The kids favorite part of the month tomorrow, Friday, November 14!

All treats are $1.00

There will be cookies, brownies, cupcakes and more!

Please note that all treats are NUT FREE and there will be
GLUTEN FREE treats available as well!

Thank you for your support!
2015 5th Grade Class