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Monday, April 24, 2006

Cookie dough and coffee still available

We have some cookie dough and cookie left and is available for sale. All of the cookie dough has been in the cooler since its arrival. As of last count, here is what is still on hand:

Cookies
  • Snickerdoodle-4 ($11)
  • Peanut Butter-1 ($11)
  • Sugar-2 ($11)
  • Triple Chocolate-4 ($13)
  • Reese's Peanut Butter Cup-5 ($13)
  • White Chocolate Macadamia-2 ($13)

Coffee

  • Columbian-5 ($11)
  • Southern Roasted Pecan-1 ($11)

If you would like to purchase, please give your money to Mrs. Sorrell.

Friday, April 21, 2006

Talladega City Schools Foundation Banquet

The Talladega City Schools Foundation will host a banquet on Monday, May 8 at 7:00PM. The banquet is being held at Shocco Springs Conference Center.

Tickets for the event are $12.50. We have some here at school. They may also be purchased from any Foundation Board Member.

Money raised by the Foundation goes directly back to our schools to fund projects across the system.

Monday, April 17, 2006

Young Authors at work


Young Authors sitting outside sharing their creations.




Our featured speaker, Charles Ghinga, motivates and gives the story behind some of his works.


Young Author’s Day started with a blast. A group of students are being entertained by storyteller Libby Oglesby, librarian at Deer Park Elementary.

Poetry Alive




Poetry Alive brings poems to life.

Daily Home Article



Thanks to the Daily Home for their coverage of Young Author's Day. Richard McVay wrote an outstanding front-page article in Friday's edition.

Friday, April 07, 2006

New info We ARE Dismissing (1:00)

Parents,

We have just received word that we WILL be dismissing at 1:00 (Friday, April 7) due to the weather.

Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Young Author's Day Update


We are able to extend the time for ordering dinners for the Catfish and Chicken Dinners through Monday, April 10. The food is being provided by Whisker’s, and all of our teachers say the food from there is wonderful!

Poetry Alive



You are invited to join us for several other events that are a part of our Young Author’s Day celebration. On April 14, we will be entertained by Poetry Alive. This high-energy duo doesn't just read poetry, they perform it! They make poetry fun and inspire students to explore their own talents. Kindergarten and 1st grade will see the show at 9:00, grades 2 and 3 at 10:00, and grades 4-6 at 1:00. All shows be held in the lunchroom.

Visit from Author, Charles Ghigna




On the morning of April 17, noted children’s author Charles Ghigna (pronounced GEEN-ya) will be here. Parents are invited to come and hear Mr. Ghigna during his presentation to the students. The schedule is:
9:00 4th-6th Grades 10:00 K-3rd Grades

In the afternoon, Mr. Ghigna will autograph books for the students who had purchased them. (All of the books were pre-ordered. There will not be any additional books on hand.) If you purchased a book and would like to be there to meet Mr. Ghigna, the schedule for the book signing is as follows:
12:00 Kindergarten and 1st Grade
12:45 2nd and 3rd Grade
1:30 4th, 5th, and 6th Grade

In addition, students will be involved in two other activities during the school day. Libby Ogelsby, librarian from Hoover’s Deer Valley Elementary, will entertain students with an enthralling story. At another time during the day, students will break off into small groups and share with their peers the books they have written.

Dinner & Room Visitation



The evening is a time to enjoy the dinner and for you to see the books that your child and his or her friends have written! From 5:45-6:30, all of the classrooms will be open for parents to view the books Thanks to everyone who has made contributions to provided by The Society of 1904. The funding for all of the materials and activities surrounding Young Author’s Day came from that foundation. Many people say writing is a lost art. The Young Author's Day is a step in motivating our boys and girls to develop this crucial life skill.

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Pediculosis Outreach Assistance Program

FIRST Family Service Center in Talladega is implementing a Pediculosis Outreach Assistance Program. The service is absolutely free.

What services are offered?

  • Families will receive a tool kit to aid in the removal of lice
  • Families will be able to talk with a nurse who can explain more about lice, how to prevent re-infestation and how to cure current cases

Who may refer a family?

  • A teacher
  • DHR
  • Parents

What is the first step in getting assistance?

  • There is a form that may be completed by any school person or parent. You may pick one up at school or ask that one be sent home with your child.
  • Take the completed form to the address on the form. No appointment is necessary.