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Trimester 3 Progress Reports Sent on Friday

Apr. 27

Focus on the Arts Event - 2nd Grade @ NPHS

Maple Early Release Dismissal @ 1:30pm (Kindergarten Release @1:15pm)



Apr. 28

All District Performance - Strings @ Civic Arts Plaza 7pm




Apr. 29



Apr. 30

1st Grade Play Assembly - "Peter's Tale" @ 9am




May 1

Trimester 3 Progress Reports Sent Home

1st Grade Play - "Peter's Tale" - Parent Viewing @ 9:15am
             
Maple Aloha Carnival Chance Drawing Lunch w/ Teachers & Staff

May 4

Monday Packet Sent Home

Science Testing for 5th Grade

Maple Early Release Dismissal @ 1:30pm (Kindergarten Release @1:15pm)







May 5

Science Testing for 5th Grade

May 6

Science Testing for 5th Grade


May 7



May 8

Sequoia Middle School Luau (5th Graders Invited)


 

Words of the Week

34th Week of School Advice/Quote - "Listen to the tone of your voice when you speak." - Anonymous


34th Week Tip for 2014-2015 - It is important to support your child and send the message of support with everything that they are doing.  Just listen to how you speak to them and see if your tone is matching your supportive intentions.

 

Maple Earth Day Chalk Art Event 

April 22, 2015 - Wednesday

Earth Day:  Apr. 22, a day to celebrate the environment. The first Earth Day was organized in 1970 to promote the ideas of ecology, encourage respect for life on earth, and highlight growing concern over pollution of the soil, air, and water. Earth Day is now observed in 140 nations with outdoor performances, exhibits, street fairs, and television programs that focus on environmental issues.

It’s our turn to lead – possible actions to take

In their drawing designs students might want to include step(s) students/families can do to help the earth.  They include:

  • Recycling
  • Changing light bulbs to compact fluorescent buSpacerlbs
  • Adjusting your thermostat by two degrees warmer during the summer and two degrees cooler during the winter
  • Unplugging appliances and computers when not in use.
  • Taking shorter showers
  • Buying local produce and products (farmer’s markets)
  • Carpooling for events
  • Turning off your engine when waiting in a carpool line

 

 

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