Messages to Families

  • Messages are sent out to families via school messages.
     
    All families should log into Family Access to update contact information and select preferred messages. Families can update email addresses and choose the phone number to which general and emergency messages will be sent (home, work or cell phone).  After logging into Family Access, click the Skylert link on the left-hand side.
     
  • Message to Families

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie on 5/20/2020

    Two Wk. Challenge- Persistent Book Character!


    Find a book that shows a character being Persistent and share it with us!!  You will see staff over the next two weeks sharing some of their favorites with you on Facebook!  Send your picture or video to jerilyn_young@sumnersd.org to share with everyone!  Here are links to Mrs. Johnson's and Mrs. Wright's in case you missed them!  

    https://www.facebook.com/tehalehheightselementary/videos/247333173274245/

    https://www.facebook.com/tehalehheightselementary/videos/1144363015911676/

    Here is this week's Virtual Morning Meeting!

    Mrs. Kelly and Mr. Millie made another morning meeting for all Trailblazers!  Join us in the Pledge of Allegiance and other Morning Meeting norms! Click on this link for virtually the best time ever!! 

    https://youtu.be/0mOBbEY9gB8

    Heads up Trailblazers: Mr. Millie and Mrs. Kelly were so persistent this week there may be another virtual morning meeting video later in the week!! Keep persistently looking on Facebook to find out!

    Week Two of the STEM Challenge from Mrs. Null

    https://www.facebook.com/tehalehheightselementary/videos/557604531833259/

    You should be on part 2 of the STEM challenge now.  Click on the link above for the latest video!

    PART 1 (May 11th - 15th): Sea otters have special features that allow them to float easily. Experiment with water-friendly objects around your house to see which items SINK or FLOAT! 
    *Use items around the house (plastic spoon, stick, rock, penny, feather, etc..) to test if it SINKS or FLOATS
    *Test your items in a bathtub, sink, lake, pond, bucket, swimming pool, wash tub, etc..
    Part 2 (May18th - May 22nd): Build a BOAT that floats out of household items!
    *You can work alone or with members of your household to build a boat that floats out of items you have around your house (milk cartons, foil, popsicle sticks, legos, etc..)

    SHARE PHOTOS and VIDEOS of your creation with your classmates AND Mrs. Null!
    *Post a photo in weekly STEM challenge google classroom 
    *Create a video through Flipgrid 
    Remember to include your name and grade!

    Well Deserved Award for PTA Raise Craze Fundraiser Work!

    Tehaleh Heights PTA won an Award of Excellence from the Washington State PTA for our Raise Craze Kindness Campaign in 2019 during the 2020 State Conference this past week! The Outstanding FACE Award celebrates excellence in “Family and Community Engagement” and we are delighted with the honor of a GOLD award! Way to blaze the trail,Tehaleh Heights Elementary students, staff and community! We are so proud of you and your efforts!

    Counseling Connections is for YOU!

    Always check out the Counseling Connections page every week for helpful and encouraging information! Mrs. Kelly has made so many tabs with information that will be beneficial to your family.  This week she has added a book recommendation, how to overcome challenges and how to try, try again as well as many other updates! Check it out!

    https://sites.google.com/sumnersd.org/theschoolcounselor/announcements

    REGISTER FOR KINDERGARTEN NOW!

    ⭐️Do you have a child who is ready for kindergarten in the fall? Do you know someone in the neighborhood who does? 

    If so,  NOW’S THE TIME. If you haven’t already registered your child for the fall, please visit www.sumnersd.org and look for the “register” tab. This is also available for students first through fifth grades as well! However, please note this is for brand new students and incoming kindergarteners only.  

    ⭐️You can email your registration and any questions you might have about registration, to Jerilyn_Young@sumnersd.org 

    REMINDER: Important Virtual PTA General Membership Meeting tonight at 6:30!

    Principal Miller will be the guest speaker at our virtual Tehaleh Heights PTA Membership meeting tonight, May 20th, at 6:30pm. All are invited to join in on this Zoom video call, but only T.H.E. PTA members who are paid current will be able to vote on our PTA budget and executive board nominations for the coming school year.

    Thank you to our friends at Caffé D’arte at The Post for the coffee gift card they’ve provided as a raffle item!

    Zoom meeting log-in information and supporting documents were emailed to our paid-current membership yesterday and meeting log-in details are posted in our “Tehaleh Heights PTA Members” Facebook group. Please drop us a PM if you are not currently a member and would like to join in on tonight’s Zoom meeting. We invite all our student families, T.H.E. staff and neighbors to consider joining us in membership! Thanks for your support! www.tehalehheightspta.org/membership.

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  • Family Message May 6

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie on 5/6/2020

    Trailblazer Families, 

    We have worked alongside the most amazing people and volunteers in our school all the way from the planning stages of the school clear through to this second year!  We dreamed BIG and our PTA has been part of the heart and soul of it all and we don't know what we would do without them!  This week they have spoiled us with virtual messages and love from our community and especially our Tehaleh Heights students!  Thank you, thank you, thank you for a wonderful Staff Appreciation week and all the hard work you have put into it!  You're the best and we just love ya!

    Sandy Miller

    Another Virtual Morning Meeting!

    Mrs. Kelly and Mr. Millie made another morning meeting for all Trailblazers!  Join us in the Pledge of Allegiance and other Morning Meeting norms! This week they drew six Step Up Prize Winners too! Click on this link for virtually the best time ever!! 

    https://youtu.be/l5dJhxcE3cg

    STEM Challenge for this week from Mrs. Null

    POLAR BEARS ARE EXCELLENT AT BLENDING IN WITH THEIR ENVIRONMENT, SO YOUR CHALLENGE IS TO MAKE YOURSELF BLEND IN WITH YOUR ENVIRONMENT!

    *Get creative with the materials you use! For example, you could blend in with a piece of furniture, a tree outside, the floor, etc...
    *Extend the activity:
    *On a piece of paper: draw or explain how you will blend into your environment and make a materials list.
    *Have someone try to find you as you are camouflaged. Was it easy or hard for them? 
    *How might your camouflage change throughout the seasons?

    Mrs. Kelly's "Counselor Connections" Updates Often

    Mrs. Kelly's Counselor Connections pages changes all the time, so be sure to check her link frequently! This week there is new information about an upcoming Love and Logic online free course being offered! To sign up before the 5/15 deadline you will find it in her link below:

    https://sites.google.com/sumnersd.org/theschoolcounselor/announcements

    REGISTER FOR KINDERGARTEN NOW!

    ⭐️Do you have a child who is ready for kindergarten in the fall? Do you know someone in the neighborhood who does? 

    If so,  NOW’S THE TIME. If you haven’t already registered your child for the fall, please visit www.sumnersd.org and look for the “register” tab. This is also available for students first through fifth grades as well! However, please note this is for brand new students and incoming kindergarteners only.  

    ⭐️You can email your registration and any questions you might have about registration, to Jerilyn_Young@sumnersd.org 

    Quotable Quotes

    Another inspiring quote this week from Bella Longland in Mrs. Frederick's class!  Thanks for inspiring us to dream Bella!

    PTA Reflections Winner! 

    Dakota F. (5th grade class) represented our school in the Dance Choreography category of the 2019-2020 National PTA Reflections art program and was presented an Award of Merit! Please join T.H.E. PTA in congratulating Dakota for her awesome accomplishment!

    The 2020-21 PTA Reflections theme is “I Matter Because” ... check out all the details and have your Trailblazer start thinking about ideas for submission! https://www.pta.org/home/programs/reflections

    YEARBOOK and SPIRITWEAR orders due May 15!

    From your Tehaleh Heights PTA - 

    The school year was not exactly what we’d expected, but it’s certainly worth celebrating! Preorder your 2019-2020 yearbook now for $20. It will be unlike any other elementary school yearbook you’ve likely seen before! Orders due May 15th.

    https://www.tehalehheightspta.org/yearbooks

    Though an unusual time for us all, full of new experiences, challenges and a yearning for our school “the way it was”, our Trailblazer Family is strong and we’re all doing what we need to for the greater good! Remember these unprecedented times and how connected we truly are with a limited-edition SpiritWear designer by Tehaleh’s own Heather DeLong. $15. Orders due May 15th. 

    ttps://www.tehalehheightspta.org/spiritwear 

    Month of MAY new character trait is PERSISENT! 

    Keep up the great job of working hard and being persistent in online learning and weekly challenges!  Never stop trying! You are doing so great!  

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  • Family Message April 22

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie on 4/22/2020

    Hello Trailblazers!  WOW!  What a parade!  Thank you for all those who came out into your front yards and sidewalks and waved, smiled and cheered for us yesterday!  We can't tell you how it warmed our hearts to see so many of your diamond faces with your families by your sides!  Here is a video of some highlights.  We received permission from Andy Grammer's agent, Bradan Liberty, to use the song even!  We will be sharing our smiles with them as well!  Thank you, thank you, thank you!

    Sandy, Angela, Jerilyn and Lori

    https://youtu.be/hNeGWMCAxLw

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  • THE Parade Info

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie on 4/20/2020

    TEHALEH HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY NEIGHBORHOOD PARADE MAP and approximate TIMES

    When:    Tuesday, April 21, 2020 at 6:00 PM

    We are so excited about driving through Tehaleh Heights neighborhoods tomorrow! Although we may not be able to drive up and down every street and every neighborhood, we will be following a main route through our community in the hopes of seeing as many Trailblazers as possible. 

    Please remember to be very safe and don't leave your front yard or sidewalk and do not run up to the vehicles!

    Below is the route map and approximate times at each street to make sure you don't miss the parade. Remember to keep social distancing! Be at the locations listed 5 minutes early, as times are approximate! 

    We can't wait to SEE YOU at the place and times shown here: 

    LINK TO PARADE MAP

     

    VIRTUAL STEP UP SLIPS NOW AVAILABLE!!

    Needing some extra motivation about now? We have just launched our virtual Step Up Slips for you just in time!! Everyone knows that getting a Step Up Slip and bead at school was a highlight in your student's day! Now you can give them out at home and we will work on ways to get the beads to them later!! Here is the link for you to help keep things moving forward for your Trailblazers as they Step Up to distance learning!

    https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1AwAWHLfnD-qADOaaoIRbQ5S1OXg6vpEHsCxjfq3Quc4/edit#slide=id.p

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  • Family Message April 17

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie on 4/17/2020

    Trailblazer Families,

    As we are all adjusting to the new distance learning model, we are also adjusting to some new state guidelines around student attendance that will go into effect for all students starting tomorrow, 4/17/20. 

    Attendance Protocol:  All teaching staff will take student attendance on Friday of each week during the remainder of the school year. This will be done for each of your student's classes. This check will begin tomorrow, April 17. On Fridays, teachers will mark “No Contact” for any student with whom they did not make contact with during that week. Important note: Families will still be able to see their student's attendance through Family Access in Skyward. We encourage all families to conduct these checks, and email the student's teacher, if any errors are observed.

    Definitions for Student Contact:
    This process would provide some flexibility for students and families in engaging and completing work during the week.

    * Contact would mean the student engaged with the teacher at least one time during the week through email, a Zoom meeting, turned in an assignment, responded to a class post, etc… Note: any contact with the teacher will count for attendance purposes.
    * No Contact would mean that over the course of the week, the teacher had no contact with the student or the student produced no work. Students who make no contact will be marked absent for the week.

    We thank you in advance for supporting your son/daughter with their attendance and this remote learning. Please let us know right away if there are any concerns connecting with your student’s teacher.

    Sandy Miller, Principal

    TEHALEH HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY NEIGHBORHOOD PARADE

    When:    Tuesday, April 21, 2020 at 6:00 PM

    We are so excited to announce that our staff at THE will be driving through Tehaleh Heights neighborhoods next Tuesday. A map will be provided by Tuesday morning to make sure you are out in front of your house so we can see all your faces!!  Please remember to be very safe and don"t leave your front yard.  We can't have you coming up to our cars but be assured we  will be loud and proud as we give you a distance wave hello!!

    We can't wait to SEE YOU​​​​​​​!

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  • Family Message April 15

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie on 4/15/2020

    Dear Trailblazers,

    I wanted to thank you for the beyond amazing work you are all doing supporting your children during these times.

    Your response to distance learning can only be described as astounding. With your partnership, I am elated to say, we have nearly 100% of our 411 students participating in distance learning through Google Classrooms and Zoom meetings. This level of participation speaks to your commitment, hard work, dedication and the love you have for your children. 

    I am sending a video that a family friend gave to me today.  It helped me view our shared experience through a whole new lense.  The photos and messages in this video  . . . and those being shared on Facebook cause me to stop and appreciate the fact that while we are keeping safe and keeping distance . . . we are all truly living through an historical event.  

    While many areas of our lives have been restricted . . . there are still powerful choices we get to make!  We get to choose how we will remember these times.  We get to write the story we will tell to our grands and great grands someday.  We get to use this time to be creative problem solvers who will help make a better world on the other side of this experience.

    Please be kind to yourselves.  You are doing a perfectly perfect job during imperfect times.  Don’t count the mistakes . . . celebrate the accomplishments big and small.  Push pause once in a while to tell yourselves how great you are . . . because you are!  You are heroes in your children’s lives and being a hero is never easy! 

    Focus on what you can do.  Find your own way to capture these historical moments through your words, photos or artifacts collected. 

    When you look back on these times,  I promise actions like these will mean more to you than you can ever imagine. 

    I am so proud to serve the Tehaleh Heights Elementary school community.  When I look back on these times . . . the story I tell will include all of you and the hardwork and love you showered on your children.  

    I miss and love you all!

    Sandy Miller, Principal

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xtscd0S5iQ

    Send us photos (including smiles) and videos via Email to jerilyn_young@sumnersd.org -    We will be using the video/photos we receive to post in communications and social media.  Do what Trailblazers do best . . .Be creative and have fun!  

    Continuing ways to access the digital tools you need are listed below:

    School District Website - Be sure to check the School District Website for the latest information and resources available.

    Digital Tools -  Our District Instructional Services team has put together a list of online resources to provide students with practice to reinforce their learning with instructional digital tools.

    Message to Families - Check your email on Wednesdays for the latest Message to Families with updates and school news.  

    Teacher Communications - Teachers are now using Google Classroom. Here is a helpful Google Classroom parent guide:

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1t9Oqp2RBNfzOFQU6XHQR34v0i3gIHFYExSFH_Swpjx4/edit

    If your child is having any trouble logging onto their chromebook or needs help with Zoom and Google classroom, please email their teacher and they will be happy to help!

    T.H.E. Counseling Connections!

    To further facilitate questions and emotions your child may be having and to give helpful tips,  Angela Kelly, our wonderful Dean/Counselor, has put together a wonderful google site called "Counseling Connections".  

    Please check it out by clicking on this link:   

    https://sites.google.com/sumnersd.org/theschoolcounselor/announcements

    Specialists Showcase

    Mrs. Null has some fun STEM ideas to do at home and this week she challenged students to start making plans and a supply list for a marble run!   Check it out!

    https://www.facebook.com/tehalehheightselementary/videos/220367325729205/

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  • Family Message April 2

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie on 4/2/2020

    Hi Trailblazers! 

    I met with all Tehaleh Heights Elementary teachers today during their weekly PLC Zoom Mtgs.  They are working hard to plan the next steps as our District moves forward with Distance Learning.  Teachers will be sending you information soon regarding their weekly class schedule including specific times they are setting aside for families to be able to contact them with questions and/or learning support.  We are calling this time the "Teacher Office Hours."     We have taken extra effort to schedule class Zoom meetings and "Teacher Office Hours" so that they do not overlap with other grade levels making it easier for families with more than one student.

    Next week is Spring Break.  Communications will be paused next week but will resume the week of April 13th.  

    I continue to think of you . . . and I hope you are taking care of yourselves during these unprecedented times.   Love those around you and hold tight your little Diamond Trailblazers.

    You are an amazing community of families.  I am so thankful to know you!

    Sandy Miller, Principal

    Please click on the link below and listen to the message from State Superintendent Chris Reykdal During the COVID-19 Pandemic:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQf8i05V3Ls&feature=youtu.be&disable_polymer=true

    Now that April has arrived, along with it is a new character trait!  This month we will be focusing on being a Problem Solver!  This is the perfect word as everyone in the world is learning how to problem solve in order to stay safe!  Way to STEP UP to this part of our Big 10!

    Trailblazer Challenge for this week:  Spare-a-square Fitness Challenge - Mr. Millie put together a fun way to exercise this week as our challenge!  Check this out:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KAQR4Qhcm8GFXpOSjr4QZkz_ivgYEmNY/view?fbclid=IwAR3JuzJ9llvaIgBFYDhPe0Cl_Ks_KyGxUi5MT9iIB94XqzNEh_jp1_D4jHE

    The other fitness video Mr. Millie has challenged you to do this week is this one:

    https://www.facebook.com/tehalehheightselementary/videos/796850340843607/

    Send us creative photos (including smiles) and via Email to jerilyn_young@sumnersd.org -    We will be using the video/photos we receive to post in communications and social media.  Do what Trailblazers do best . . .Be creative and have fun!  

    To further support a strong connection between school and home, we encourage you to download Zoom, which is a powerful conferencing tool.  Go to Zoom.us to download it onto your child's chromebook or your computer at home. 

    Continuing ways to access the digital tools you need are listed below:

    School District Website - Be sure to check the School District Website for the latest information and resources available.

    Digital Tools -  Our District Instructional Services team has put together a list of online resources to provide students with practice to reinforce their learning with instructional digital tools.

    Message to Families - Check your email on Wednesdays for the latest Message to Families with updates and school news.  Our next Family Message will be sent out on Wednesday, April 14th.

    Teacher Communications - Teachers will be connecting with students on a weekly basis along with using Google classroom after spring break.  They have been busy working to put together skill practice activities for students.  

    If your child is having any trouble logging onto their chromebook or needs help with Zoom and Google classroom, please email their teacher and they will be happy to help!

    Introducing T.H.E. Counseling Connections!

    To further facilitate questions and emotions your child may be having and to give helpful tips,  Angela Kelly, our wonderful Dean/Counselor, has put together a wonderful google site called "Counseling Connections".  

    Please check it out by clicking on this link:   

    https://sites.google.com/sumnersd.org/theschoolcounselor/announcements

    Specialists Showcase:

     

    Mrs. Null has some fun STEM ideas to do at home and this week she challenged students to make tall, giraffe neck towers!   Check it out!

    https://www.facebook.com/tehalehheightselementary/videos/564258870855893/

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  • Principal Message: Feb. 6, 2020

    Posted by Sarah Gillispie on 2/7/2020

    Hello Trailblazers and Families!

    Come one, come all….the Happy Heart Dance is TOMORROW NIGHT!

    BE A LEADER:

    It’s a fresh new month and time for a fresh new BIG 10 Character Trait.  This month, we'll be talking with our Trailblazers about what it means to be a LEADER.

    Being a leader isn't just about being ahead of everyone, it's about what your actions were that got you there.  You can only truly blaze trails when you are respecting yourself and others along the way. 

    Language that will be used throughout the school will sound like:

    *Model what’s expected

    *Trust your instincts

    *Encourage others

    *Think about what’s best for everyone

    *Lead the way to greatness

    Ballots are due Feb. 11! Have you voted?

    Just a reminder that SBLSD has two measures on the Feb. 11 ballot: Replacement EP&O Levy and Capital Projects Bond.

    Schools rely on these local funding measures to provide students with a quality education. Unfortunately, the state does not fully fund education or provide for enough staff to support our students. That's why we're asking to replace the EP&O Levy.

    Did you know:

    •  To keep students and schools safe, we have 2 School Resource Officers and 7 Campus Safety Officers. The EP&O Levy funds 7 positions, the state funds only 2.
    •  Nurses and other health personnel keep students healthy and maintain healthy school environments. The EP&O Levy funds 16 District nurses, the state funds only 2.  

    In addition to essential staff, we use levy dollars to fund educational and extracurricular programs and day-to-day operations. 

    Bond dollars are used for vital school construction projects due to an increase in enrollment.  Did you know that in 10 years we’re projected to have approximately 15 percent growth in middle school-aged students? 

    To learn more about both ballot measures, watch these videos and get the facts at www.sumnersd.org/vote

    Award Nominations Needed by Feb. 7

    Do you know someone worthy of a Community Impact/Unsung Hero Award? Recognize the dedication of an individual or organization who serves in support of our local community by submitting a nomination form by Feb. 7. 

    As a member of the Communities for Families (CFF) Coalition, the District is excited to announce the nomination period for the 2020 Community Impact/Unsung Hero Awards given annually as part of the Sumner-Bonney Lake CFF Community Summit held each March. Each year, individuals and groups give of their time, talent and resources to help through contributions to communities within the Sumner-Bonney Lake School District. These contributions do not go unnoticed and the impact is significant. The Unsung Hero Award is an opportunity to recognize the dedication of any one person or organization who serves in support of our local community.  Access the Nomination form online or you may also send an email marilee_hill-anderson@sumnersd.org or call at: (253) 891-6032. Nomination deadline: Feb. 7.

    STEM Fair and District Art Show Feb. 22

    The community is invited to the District’s annual STEM Fair and Art Show on Feb. 22 at Sumner Middle School from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Science, technology, engineering, and math student projects will be featured at this annual event, which is held in conjunction with the District Art Show.

    The Art Show celebrates the arts in our schools with an exhibit of student artwork in various media including watercolor, oil, charcoal, colored pencil, mixed media, and ceramics. The show also includes digital photographs by middle and high school students.

    For a list of activity and vendor booths, in addition to STEM Fair registration packets, visit www.sumnersd.org/STEM.

    Prevention Curriculum Review Night for Grades 4-10: March 5

    The District invites families to preview HIV/AIDS prevention curriculum for students in select grades and classes 4:30 - 6 p.m. on March 5 at Sumner Middle School.

    The curriculum preview is for families with students currently enrolled in:

    • 4th grade Human Growth and Development (puberty)  
    • 5th-7th grade
    • 8th grade Skills for Life class (2nd semester)
    • 9th-10th grade Health classes

    Washington state law requires that every student receive HIV/AIDS prevention education in grades 5 through 12.  Because this unit covers sensitive topics, Washington state law and SBLSD board policy require that parents are provided the opportunity to preview these lessons.

     

    Trailblazers STEP Up!
    (Safe, Try again, Empathetic, and Positive)

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  • 9/9/19

    Posted by SBLSD on 10/9/2019

    Family Service Event

    This Thursday, Oct 10th from 5-7pm
    Meet up in the Launch Pad at 5pm

    We talk to our students every day about "leaving places better than you find them". This evening of family service is a perfect way to put these words into ACTION. We have several different ways we'd love to have student and family volunteers help around the school that evening.

    THE students will receive a cool bead for their lanyard and a very special Kindness Coin for their help that evening!

    Families can meet us in the Launch Pad for 5-7pm that evening to pay it forward in the form of service in the following ways:
    -bring canned food for the Bonney Lake Food Bank and help sort it
    -help pick up litter on school grounds
    -help weed the plant beds in the parking lot
    -paint a kindness rock to leave out on the trails
    -write a thank you letter or color some kindness confetti

    ***Also, Mrs. Crnich will be discussing the future of the THE Garden Program***

    Trailblazers STEP Up!

    (Safe, Try again, Empathetic, and Positive)

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  • 10/8/19

    Posted by SBLSD on 10/9/2019

    Trailblazer Families,

    This year we have committed to the Bonney Lake Food Bank that we want to make a difference in kids' lives in our community! We want to FILL THE STAGE once again, this time with food for kids that are served by the Backpack Program (which ensures kids have food to take home every Friday during the school year).

    Below you will find the foods that the Food Bank is so very much in need of for the program. We are collecting from now until 10/18. ****But if you can send donations with your students before 10/10, we'll be able to sort it for our Family Service Event at the school.****

    Thank in advance for anything you can do!

    Meal Items:
    Pop-top cans of Chef Boyardee, tamales, chicken noodle soup, and tomato soups.
    Soups with cartoon characters.
    Individual servings of macaroni and cheese, instant potatoes, rice-a-roni, etc.
    Full size macaroni and cheese
    Ramen, cup o'noodles, dry chicken noodle packets

    Snack Items:
    Fruit snacks
    Granola bars
    Individual servings of cookies, crackers, chips, etc.

    Breakfast Items:
    Oatmeal packets
    Individual cereal bars
    Pop tarts

    Fruit:
    Fruit cups, applesauce pouches, etc.

    Drinks:
    Capri-Sun or other juice pouches (individually packaged)
    Protein Items:
    Individual servings of peanut butter, jerky
    16 oz. or smaller plastic jars of peanut butter  

     

     

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