Join Singing Creek for some upcoming Make-it-Yourself holiday classes!
At Singing Creek Educational Center, the theme is pioneer old-fashioned living and this is the time of year to go indoors to create gifts and home goods. These classes help support the nonprofit children’s programs year-round:
Homestead Arts: Wax Candle Making
Saturday Nov 18th, 1pm -3pm at the Granary
$10 per person
Homestead Arts: Braided Rag Rugs
Friday Dec 1st, 11:30am- 1:00pm at the Granary
$10 per person
Holiday Bazaar at the Pioneer Schoolhouse
Saturday Dec 2nd & Sunday Dec 3rd at the Pioneer Schoolhouse
SCEC will have a booth on Saturday only- selling custom swags and holiday baskets with greenery and decorations.
Homestead Arts: Winter Wreath Making
Saturday Dec 9th, 1pm – 2:30pm at Adventure! Children’s Museum in Eugene
$20 per wreath made
Sign up now to reserve your spot- don’t wait till the last minute!
For more information contact me, Karen Rainsong, at 541 968-1986 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join 4J Superintendent Dr. Gustavo Balderas on Nov. 14 at a community meeting to learn about 4J Vision 20/20, the school district’s strategic plan. 4J Vision 20/20 was developed in partnership with the community and adopted earlier this year by the school board. The plan is a roadmap to guide the school district’s efforts and resources for the next three to five years. Everyone is welcome! Learn more about 4J Vision 20/20: www.4j.lane.edu/4jvision2020.
4J Superintendent Community Meeting: Tuesday, Nov. 14, 6–7 p.m. at Kennedy Middle School, 2200 Bailey Hill Rd., Eugene.
The Dreamers Acting Studio
Acting Classes will be offered at Edgewood on Wednesdays Starting November 7 and continuing through June 8! Classes will be for ages 8 and up, start at 1:45 and end at 3:00. Students will learn basic theatre and acting concepts, techniques and terms through a variety of activities and exercises. The class will culminate with a final performance to showcase what students have learned during the term. The cost is $89.00 for four (4) classes. Go to my website, dreamersacting.com, to learn more about me, Anthony Edwards, my program and my classes.
Donated to the Edgewood PTA?
If you need tax-deduction paperwork for your donation to the Edgewood PTA, please email PTA Treasurer David Van Slyke at email@example.com
The next Edgewood OBOB meeting is Nov. 15 from 1:45-2:45pm. We will be forming OBOB teams at this meeting, so attendance is important! Permission slips must be turned in to the office in order to be placed on an OBOB team. Extras are available in the library. Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our traditional Harvest Lunch is scheduled for November 16th. This is a lunch where family can join their kids for lunch in a fall-themed festive setting. Flyers went home and we would like to get them back if you are planning to join your kids for lunch that day so that we can get a head count. Payments for the lunch are made at the time of the lunch – we would prefer not to get any ahead of time. Any pre-payments that are made will go into your child’s lunch account and the account will be charged directly for the lunch on that day. Students are $2.90 and adults are $4.00. No charge for students that are free and reduced. Families can request scholarships.
The Menu is Turkey Gravy or Veggie Lasagna, Corn, green salad, fruit salad, dinner roll and dessert.
The Harvest lunch times are as follows:
KG – 10:50-11:25
1st grade – 11:15-12:00
2nd grade – 11:50-12:25
3rd grade – 12:10-12:45
4/5 EVERGREEN (Courtney, Rhian , Adam) – 12:30-1:15
4/5 Douglas Fir (Mrs. Krueger, Mr. Wines and Tina) – 12:50-1:35
Dine out for Edgewood at Dickie Jo’s burgers and frozen treats!
On Monday, November 13 and Tuesday, November 14, Dickie Jo’s Burgers and Frozen Treats will donate 25 percent of their sales to Edgewood families back to Edgewood. Flyers will go home with your student. Dickie Jo’s is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and located at 1079 Valley River Way next to Red Lobster. The flyer is good for dine-in or take-out orders. Thank you for your support!
School Conferences November 8 and 9
By now you should have received a green form with your conference time. Please return that form to school to show that your conference time works for you! If there is a conflict with your time, please contact the office to reschedule. As a reminder, Wednesday, November 8 is a regular early release day (1:45) and there is no school on Thursday, November 9.
Help get students out in the garden!
Edgewood teachers are still in need of a few garden volunteers who can help bring classes out to our beautiful garden. Students love learning about how food grows, beneficial insects and our interconnected food web. If you are interested, please contact Robin Detmer at email@example.com.
Edgewood is once again gearing up for the Share the Warmth coat drive where you can donate your gently used winter coats to someone in our Edgewood community who can use it! We need your warm infant, toddler, children’s and adult jackets and coats. Please place clean coats in the bin outside the front office the week of November 13th through 17th so that we can distribute before the Thanksgiving holiday.
Together we can Share the Warmth!