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Summer break | Photos| Teachers need HELP this weekend

Summer’s here! I hope the children (and their parents) are enjoying the start of their break. Let the PTO know what interesting things you all are doing this summer (with clear photos)- we’d love to post student activities on our Facebook (Click here) and our website (Click here). Please take a minute to ‘Like’ the FB page and ‘Follow’ the blog, if you’re not already doing so. The Eighth Grade Graduation photos will be posted there in the next week or so.

Meanwhile, teachers are hard at work packing up for the move to the new facility. They’re looking for some parental help this weekend and, as usual, I’m sure our parents will step up and be happy to help 🙂


Saturday, June 6, 10 am- 12 noon

Sunday, June 7, 10 am- 4 pm.

Library – pack the returned textbooks, tape and label the boxes
Library – pack the AR books in some organized fashion, tape and label the boxes

Computer lab – pack the equipment, tape and label

Science – chemicals – pack per the direction of Mr. Louie
Science – other materials – pack as per direction of Science staff

Walk around classrooms, pull down posters, clean boards etc.
Walk around classrooms and check for other supplies inside cabinets that may have been accidentally left behind.

Please contact Ms. Visa (Email) to let her know you’ll be coming in.

Thank you very much in advance!

Thank you for your help!


Middle School Dance pics are up on our FB page!

The 2013 Middle School Dance pics are here. The evening started off at 7 pm and ended at 9 pm. The students had a whole lot of fun dancing along to songs from tried and tested ones like Gangnam Style to the trendy viral hit, “The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)”. Apparently, it says: “Ring-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding!” 😉

Music by Soundworks DJs, Alvin and Chuck.

Thank you Ms. Filios for organizing the evening! It was nice to have Dr. Ryan drop by. Thanks to the PTO parent chaperones: Sanjeev Gautam, Tiffany Anderson, Jaya Gautam, Shilpa Patel and to Renata Pang who kept the children energized with food and drinks 🙂