No School Tomorrow, Friday, Oct. 14
Childcare Available (Registration is Required)
- Full day child care is available from 8:00am – 3:00pm at $55/day.
- After care is available from 3:00pm – 6:00pm at $6/hour.
- Hourly child care during conferences is available at $10/hour. Reservations required.
- All students in the building must sign into the after care program in the library while parents attend conferences.
- Send your child with a lunch if he/she will be with us from 12:00pm – 12:30pm.
+ Contact Carly Meloche to register or ask questions
Volunteers + Time + Talent = Emerson’s Most Fabulous Party!
Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 8:30am in MS Conf. Room 212
Please join us! Planning is underway for the annual Auction (Friday, March 10, 2017). At the Auction Kick-off meeting meet other parents and learn how you can volunteer and share your talents, whether in a leadership or committee role, or with fun one-day tasks. Please contact Lorna Hildebrandt (firstname.lastname@example.org or 734-665-5662, ext. 306) to let her know if you can attend, or if you’re interested but not able make the meeting. Light refreshments will be served. We’d be thrilled if you just showed up too!
+ Learn more and volunteer
First Kaleidoscope Meeting Next Week
Wednesday, Oct. 19, 3:15–4:30, Monthly Thereafter
Kaleidoscope allows Emerson students who self-identify as children of color to come together to reflect upon, feel empowered by, and be validated in their identity. Friends and those curious about this group, whether or not they identify themselves as someone of color, are welcome to join. The first monthly meeting of the year is next Wednesday, October 19 from 3:15-4:30pm. A snack will be offered at each meeting followed by an opening welcome with questions and discussions. Hands-on activities will be planned for participation at each session with a time for reflection, sharing, and closing. Led by Linda and Jennifer Tanau, this class is free and meets in the Art Room.
+ RSVP by emailing Rose Hacker
Admissions Tour and Info Event
Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 9:00am
If you know of a family who is considering Emerson—or should be—please invite them to this laid-back group tour, where they will see our K-8 classrooms in action, meet faculty and staff, and talk with parents about what makes Emerson such a special place to learn.
+ Event info
Volunteers Needed for Halloween Carnival
Sign up early to secure your preferred spot
Halloween is quickly approaching and plans are underway for our ESPO Halloween Carnival on Friday, Oct. 28! This is such a fun event for the kids (and adults), but we need lots of help. There are many ways to help—donating items, spending time helping decorate, and helping on the day of the carnival.
+ Contact Christine Kim with questions
+ Sign up to help!
Wanted: Your Junk – A Child’s Treasure
Linda’s Library Contest Will Use Small Toys as Prizes
Each day before and after school, the library has many children do Linda’s contest, which matches her jewelry to events of the day. Each child who enters wins a small prize which was donated by someone like you. Please bring your unwanted toys (e.g. fast food toys, goodie bag toys, things your child has outgrown) to Linda, and she will ensure it makes a child very happy.
Please Be Considerate Drivers
Pick-up and drop-off are busy and often tense times for parents. But even if your student is running late for school, or you have an appointment, or you just want to get through the line-up as quickly as possible, please show your respect and consideration for all parents by following the curbside etiquette.
+ Pick-Up and Drop-Off 101: Rules and Etiquette
Science Fair Moved to Jan. 26
Scientists and Enthusiasts Needed for ‘Astrofest’
The Emerson Science Department is pleased to announce that we will be presenting a science fair of incredible, astronomical proportions—a virtual, universal festival of Space—something we call… ASTROFEST 2017!
In order to offer the Emerson community unique astronomy experiences and out-of-this-world information, we are looking for scientists and enthusiasts who would be willing to present their space expertise, passions, and materials/resources the evening of January 26th. Please contact Kelly Vohland (email@example.com) if you are interested.