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May 8th Nova classes begin for sixth graders (taught by Sherriff’s office)
May 8th Summer STARS parent meeting, 5:30-by invitation only
May 9th Mr. Lindsay and Mrs. E. Jones-Pond Field trip
May 10th Fifth Grade, Hope of America Field trip—A track common day
May 10th Fifth Grade Hope of America-night performance at BYU
May 12th First Grade end of year program, 1pm
May 12th Fourth Grade Walking Field trip, 11am, Pony Express Trail
May 12th All library books and materials due to the school library
May 15th Reading Challenge-celebration day
May 16th Pre-K walking field trip to fire station
May 16th PTA Meeting 10 pm conference room
May 16th Third Grade Walking field trip to park, 12:30pm
May 16th Chick-Fil-A spirit night, American Fork Chick-Fil-A, 5-8pm
May 17th Kindergarten-Bean Museum presentation at school
May 19th Last day of Preschool
May 23rd & 24th Kindergarten walking field trip days
May 24th Field Day 1st-4th
May 24th Fourth Grade afternoon at the park
May 24th Sixth Grade Celebration Day, 10:30
May 24th Fifth Grade at the park 9:30-1:45
May 25th Field Day 5th-6th
May 25th Last Day of Kindergarten
May 25th Kindergarten program AM-9:30, PM-12:45
May 26th Last Day of School-all students attend 9:15-10:45am (no breakfast or lunch served)
Notes and News:
Future Seventh graders
Parents- if you have a sixth grader, please bring vaccine papers to our office and turn in to the school nurse as soon as possible. Turning in the papers now allows for files to be updated and ready for the start of seventh grade. You need: Tdap, Meningitis, and 2 chicken pox.
–Thank you, Mandy DeJournett, School Nurse
Lunch Money-past due accounts
We will not be serving breakfast or lunch on the last day of school (May 26).
Our school has a large negative balance for school meals. Please get your child’s lunch account paid through the end of the year.
Message from our district nutrition department:
MyPaymentsPlus is a free service that allows you to pay for your student’s meals online. You may also pay with a check or cash directly at your school’s cafeteria. We hope these methods will assist you in paying the owed negative balance, as soon as possible, since we are nearing the end of the school year. Meal charging is a courtesy and should not be a regular practice. —Thank you – from ASD Nutrition Services
2016-2017 Yearbooks for Sale
Yearbooks are now on sale for $15 in the front office. There are a limited number available. Order form attached.
Spring is in the air and the warm weather clothes are being retrieved from closets and drawers. Please help your child dress following school dress code. Shirts should have sleeves, shoes should have straps/closed toes, and shorts and skirts should be closer to the knees than the waist. Thank you!
Frontier Middle School is in desperate need of parents willing to volunteer next year in the PTSA. Please submit names using this link: http://bit.ly/2o6CiCW. Please support your middle schooler and volunteer to help in PTA.
Sixth Grade Celebration
10:30-11:30 am Assembly/Awards
Walk to Park for BBQ
Games at the Park
The school library will be open 10-noon every Wednesday during the summer. Visiting the library each week is a great way to keep your child reading and avoid loss of learning over the summer. Mrs. Waite will have story time each week. See you there!
Summer Office Hours
The front office will be open 10am to noon each Wednesday during the summer. If you have new neighbors move in, please encourage them to come in and register their children on Wednesdays.
Community and District News
Tuition Preschool Registration
Preschool sessions for children that are 3 and 4 years old. Three-year-old students will meet two days a week and four-year-old students will meet four days a week. There are morning and afternoon sessions available. Please register on the district website.
Space Center Summer Camp
When looking for a great activity for students ages 10-16 to participate in this summer, check out the Christa McAuliffe Space Education Center. Students take on the role of crew members in a starship simulator set 300 years in the future. During their mission, crews will test their skills in communication, critical thinking, collaboration, and must creatively problem solve to overcome many challenging situations. Camp options vary in length and prices, ranging from $40-$150 with all camps including at least one meal.
Visit spacecenter.alpineschools.org/camps for more details.
UVU Summer Online Reading Programs
UVU offers summer online reading skills programs for students. See attached flyers for more information.
School Calendar: http://eaglevalley.alpineschools.org/calendar/