A parent or other responsible adult must be with your child when the bell rings at 1:00 until it ends at 3:00. Be sure your child knows where to meet you! Please sign up for class booths through the sign-up genius sent by your room mom. We couldn’t run the Fall Festival without you!
WRISTBANDS & TICKETS: Order wristbands online at http://www.crestlinepto.com by Friday 10/25. Each wristband is $30 and covers all activities at Fall Festival plus 3 food items. All children of Cougar Contributors Silver Level and up will automatically receive wristbands. Wristbands and tickets can be bought for $35 at the event beginning at 12:30 pm. But remember, buying in advance saves you time and money!
Since Fall Festival is after Halloween,
COSTUMES WILL BE WORN TO SCHOOL ON HALLOWEEN ONLY
No Costumes at Fall Festival.
Cougars Serve! Please help us collect supplies for Brookville Elementary. Students in 4th, 5th and 6th grades are asked to bring canned goods and/or breakfast foods between October 28th and November 6th. Students in 1st grade are asked to bring Halloween candy between November 1st and November 6th. If you are able to help deliver these supplies to Brookville Elementary on November 8th from 8:00-9:30 am, please email Leanna Pittard at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Veterans Day Program: Do you have a special person in your life that has bravely served our Country in the Armed Forces? Now is your chance to honor their service and say “Thank You”! The Veterans Day Program will be held on Friday, November 8th at 8:30a.m. It is a wonderful tradition each year at Crestline! The 5th graders have worked hard with our music teachers to put together a wonderful program. ALL Students are invited to honor a special veteran. The deadline to submit an honoree is Friday, October 25th. If you would like to honor a veteran, please complete the online registration form here. Questions? Please contact Rebecca Eubanks at email@example.com or Corrine Wood at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please mark your calendars for the week of Nov.12-15. The Scholastic Book Fair will be held in the Library from 7:45 to 2:50 each day. There will be a great selection of books and gifts, including many holiday books! It will be the perfect time to get a jump start on your holiday shopping! If you are interested in volunteering, please sign up here.
Attention 2nd Grade Parents: 2nd Grade Parents' Night Out is Wednesday, October 16th 6-8 p.m. at the home of Rebecca and Scott Hughes.
Attention 1st Grade Parents: 1st Grade Parents' Parents' Night Out is October 25th 6-9 p.m. at the home of Sara and Joseph Schilleci.
Attention 4th Grade Parents: 4th Grade Parents' Night Out will be held on Thursday, November 14th. Details coming soon via E-Vite!
Check your email for details!
RAPTOR: The Mountain Brook School System has a new check in procedure that requires you to check in with your driver's license. Anytime you come to the school (lunch, mystery reader, volunteer work, etc.), you must have your license with you! Please help us keep our kids safe.
CRESTLINE LIBRARY: The Crestline Library relies on parent volunteers to help shelve books that are checked in each week. Volunteering in the library is a flexible commitment and is an easy way to get involved. The librarians are so appreciative of the support that comes from the volunteers! Sign up to help HERE
BOXTOPS: Boxtops will be moving to all digital submissions soon. There will be more to come on how to submit those in next month’s ENews. For now, please send in all of the Boxtops you clipped over the summer. You can submit them to your homeroom teacher.
It wouldn't happen without you!
Special Thanks to:
Karon Staples for a great Cougar Conversation with Christy Christian
A little rain can't stop Mary Anna Malone and Natalie Arendall from organizing a great Pumpkin Run
Whitney Simon and Mary Lauren McBride for our amazing Sportswear Swag
ALL IN Mtn Brook
Parenting Program: Developing a Positvie Discipline Plan (Elementary Paretnts) October 17 & 24 9:00am
ALL IN is a community based, non-profit organization created to enhance and protect the lives of our youth. Learn more about their resourse guides, parenting programs, helpful videos and more on thier website.
Did you know that SeeSaw, the interactive digital portfolio for students and teachers, is funded by the Mountain Brook City Schools Foundation for all four of our elementary schools this year? The Foundation loves hearing from teachers and parents about the ways Seesaw has transformed teaching and communicating in and out of the classroom.