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Read Across America/Dr. Seuss Week & Book Fair

Mar. 2

"Read My Shirt" Day - Wear a t-shirt with writing on it! 

Maple "Read Across America Week" Book Fair

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



Mar. 3

Maple "Books and Breakfast" from 7:30-8:15AM in the MPR

Maple "Read Across America Week" Book Fair



Mar. 4

Bring your favorite Dr. Seuss Book for a "Dr. Seuss Open Mic" at Lunch


Rock-N-Roller Dress-up – Wear Rock-N-Roll Attire

Maple "Read Across America Week" Book Fair








Mar. 5

"Red, White, and Blue" Day - Wear your country's colors in celebration of reading across America!

Maple "Books, Cookies and PJs" from 6:00-7:30PM in MPR

Maple "Read Across America Week" Book Fair












Mar. 6

"Crazy Hat & Sock" Day - From head to toe show your Dr. Seuss Spirit!

Maple Family Fun Reading from 8:20-8:50AM

Maple Minimum Day (All Students Released @ 12:30PM)

Maple "Read Across America Week" Book Fair

Mar. 9

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







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Fulcrum / STAND PROUD Field Trip - 5th Graders



11

Maple School Site Council Meeting at 2:45PM in M.A.R.S. Lab



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13

Maple "Pi Day" Event



 

Words of the Week

26th Week of School Advice/Quote -

The Cat in the Hat

Look at me!
Look at me!
Look at me NOW!
It is fun to have fun
But you have
to know how.


26th Week Tip for 2014-2015 - Have fun with school!  Learning should be fun, exciting, and new.  At Maple WE strive to share OUR love of learning, so help US out by displaying this at home too!!

 
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WOMEN IN HISTORY

  

Calling all 4th and 5th grade girls!  Are you interested in public speaking and performing arts?  Would you like to be part of the 2015 National Women’s History Project?  If yes, then this extracurricular created by the Thousand Oaks American Association of University Women activity is for you!  Sign-ups are only available the week of Feb. 9th-12th

 

Interested students should complete the form provided and return to the office NO LATER THAN THURSDAY, FEB. 12th. You MUST have parent AND teacher approval signed BEFORE it can be submitted to the office.  Every effort will be made to meet your role request; however there are no guarantees.  You will be notified of your placement and meet your coach at the first meeting on Thursday, Feb. 19th  at 12:30 in Room 8. 

 

  • You must be willing to attend all weekly rehearsals that your coach schedules beginning the week of February 23rd  through April 1st
  • Memorize your part and lines
  • Attend the dress rehearsal after school on Tuesday, March 21st  2:45-4:00 p.m. in the cafeteria
  • Perform at two school assemblies 8:30 a.m. and 9:00a.m. on Wednesday, April 1st  

 

This year’s theme is Weaving the Stories of Women’s Lives.  The featured women are:                            

            Maya Angelou (1928-2014) Author, Poet, Civil Rights Activist

            Jane Goodall (1934-   ) Primatologist, U.N. Messenger of Peace

            Wilma Mankiller (1945-2010) Chief of the Cherokee Nation

            Yoshiko Uchida (1921-1992) Author, WWII Japanese-American Internee

            Malala Yousafzai (1997-   ) Youth Education Activist, Youngest Nobel Prize Laureate

 

 

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