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BMS News—November 14, 2018

Mark Your Calendar

Nov. 15           3rd Thursday Coffee Chat, 8:30 to 9:15, Annex Multipurpose Room

Nov. 15           December Lunch and Aftercare Sign-ups Open

Nov. 19-23      NO SCHOOL—Thanksgiving Break, Office is closed.

Additional Important Items

Nov. 25           December Lunch and Aftercare Sign-ups Close

Nov. 26           New Deadline to register for Montessori in the Home Parent Forum

Nov. 28           Parent Forum: Montessori in the Home Session 1 of 2, 5:30 to 7:30 pm. See article below.

Dec. 2-4          6th Grade Chicago Trip

Parent Forum: Montessori in the Home

 We have extended the deadline for registration to November 26, as we have a few spots still available, so come join us on Nov. 28 and Dec. 12 for a two-part workshop on Montessori in the Home, about creating a supportive home environment using Montessori methods and philosophy. The workshops, presented by Bloomington Family Wellness, are designed for families with children ages 3 to 6 years old, with sessions on Nov. 28 and Dec. 12 from 5:30 to 7:30. Light dinner and childcare will be provided.

The cost of the workshop series is $30 per family. This fee, payable in the Main Office by cash or check made out to Bloomington Montessori School, includes the workshop and materials as well as childcare and dinner.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0844AFAB2EA7F49-parent

Parent Advisory Committee Kick-Off Meeting

Come join the fun at the PAC! The PAC, of which you are a member, helps with many of the activities around school, from Fall Festival to Spring Fling and our community service projects. On December 6, at 6:30, we will discuss ideas for this year’s community outreach project as well as opportunities to help with our Spring Gala. Stay tuned for more info from the PAC.

Box Tops, Box Tops

Thanks to all of you who brought in Box Tops for our most recent deadline! Your collecting this fall will bring the school $140.80, and every bit we raise helps us purchase needed supplies and materials for the classrooms.

Please take a moment to visit the Box Tops website at www.btfe.com orwww.boxtops4education.com, where you can find lots of product coupons and an updated product list to use for your grocery planning. Keep on clipping!

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving Break and safe travels to everyone!

BMS News—November 9, 2018

Mark Your Calendar

Nov. 13           Board Meeting, 6:00 pm

Nov. 14           Hickory PM Children’s Evening, 5:15 to 6:15 pm

Nov. 15           3rd Thursday Coffee Chat, Annex Multipurpose Room

Nov. 15           December Lunch and Aftercare Sign-ups Open

Nov. 16           Deadline to register for Montessori in the Home Parent Forum

Additional Important Items

Nov. 19-23      NO SCHOOL—Thanksgiving Break

Nov. 25           December Lunch and Aftercare Sign-ups Close

Nov. 28           Parent Forum: Montessori in the Home Session 1 of 2, 5:30 to 7:30 pm. See article below.

Dec. 2-4          6th Grade Chicago Trip

Update on Lunch

Thank you for all your comments and suggestions about the lunch program. After reading over all the thoughts received, the school has decided to move to offering a choice of main courses–one meat and one vegetarian–on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, and offering a vegetarian main course on Wednesdays and Fridays. Kelsey will continue to serve some old favorites and try out some new ideas here and there, some contributed by our families. Please let us know what new favorites your children discover!

The school always follows the nutrition guidelines set forth by the National School Lunch Program, so please rest assured that your child will be served all the protein, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals needed for a growing mind and body. Kelsey continues our emphasis on whole grains, fruits and vegetables as well, and will contribute a regular article to the newsletter about her recipes and Montessori in the Kitchen.

Parent Forum: Montessori in the Home

 Join us on Nov. 28 and Dec. 12 for a two-part workshop on Montessori in the Home, about creating a supportive home environment using Montessori methods and philosophy. The workshops, presented by Bloomington Family Wellness, are designed for families with children ages 3 to 6 years old, with sessions on Nov. 28 and Dec. 12 from 5:30 to 7:30. Light dinner and childcare will be provided.

The cost of the workshop series is $30 per family. This fee, payable in the Main Office by cash or check made out to Bloomington Montessori School, includes the workshop and materials as well as childcare and dinner.

Registration is open now, using the link below. Families should plan to attend both sessions. Up to 12 families may participate. Please register and pay by November 16.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0844AFAB2EA7F49-parent

 Parent Volunteers and Materials Needed

The Early Childhood Classrooms would love a donation of 10-15 tree coins (slices of logs or branches), small logs, and small boards (approx. 1-2 feet wide to 3-4 feet long) for the children to build with on the large playground. Please bring your donations to the Main Office, and remember to log the hours you spent preparing the wood. Thank you!

Making Aftercare Changes

Do you have a change to your aftercare sign-up? Contact Haley! Call her at 812-336-2800 or email her at officeassistant@montessori.k12.in.us. Please do not try to reach us through Facebook or the website, or reach out to another staff member. Thank you.

BMS News—November 2, 2018

Mark Your Calendar

Nov. 6             Election Day and Teacher Professional Day—NO SCHOOL for children                                    Polls open from 6 am to 6 pm

Find your Polling Place at https://indianavoters.in.gov/

Or Vote Early! See info below.

Nov. 7             Walnut Class Diwali Celebration, 3:30 to 5:30 pm, Walnut side yard

Nov. 7             Dine Out at Chipotle, 4 to 8 pm  2894 East 3rd Street

                                    Bring the attached flyer or show it on your mobile device

Nov. 8             Hickory AM Children’s Evening, 5:15 to 6:15 pm

Nov. 9-11        6th Grade Camping Trip

Additional Important Items

Nov. 13           Board Meeting, 6:00 pm

Nov. 14           Hickory PM Children’s Evening, 5:15 to 6:15 pm

Nov. 15           3rd Thursday Coffee Chat, Annex Multipurpose Room

Nov. 15           December Lunch and Aftercare Sign-ups Open

Nov. 16           Deadline to register for Montessori in the Home Parent Forum (see article below)

Nov. 19-23      NO SCHOOL—Thanksgiving Break

Nov. 25           December Lunch and Aftercare Sign-ups Close

Nov. 28           Parent Forum: Montessori in the Home Session 1 of 2, 5:30 to 7:30 pm. See article below.

Parent Forum: Montessori in the Home

 Join us on Nov. 28 and Dec. 12 for a two-part workshop on Montessori in the Home, about creating a supportive home environment using Montessori methods and philosophy. The workshop, presented by Bloomington Family Wellness, are designed for families with children ages 3 to 6 years old, with sessions on Nov. 28 and Dec. 12 from 5:30 to 7:30. Light dinner and childcare will be provided.

The cost of the workshop series is $30 per family. This fee, payable in the Main Office by cash or check made out to Bloomington Montessori School, includes the workshop and materials as well as childcare and dinner. If this amount is prohibitive for your family, please reach out to Roger Meridith in person or by email at hos@montessori.k12.in.us.

Registration is open now, using the link below. Families should plan to attend both sessions. Up to 12 families may participate. Please register and pay by November 16.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0844AFAB2EA7F49-parent

 Wheeler Mission Share Closet Complete!

 

Wheeler Mission 2018

The Sycamore class has finished installing and stocking the shelves at Wheeler Mission, transforming a portion of the building to a little “shop” that provides the women, children and men who are using the temporary shelter with clothing, shoes, winter wear and other essential items. All the students worked very hard and enthusiastically, both in class and at Wheeler Mission, planning, organizing, assembling shelves, and making wonderful art for the walls of the shop.

The Sycamore Class continues to accept donations of gloves, hats, socks, and coats in women’s, men’s, and all children’s sizes. If you would like to donate, please send clothing here until November 16th and place in the collection bins of each building.

Thank you to all who donated items, chaperoned, and otherwise supported the project!

Early voting is still underway!

Election Central

401 W. 7th St., Suite 100

 Monday through Friday      8 am to 6 pm

Saturday, Nov. 3                   9 am to 4 pm

  Nov. 5                                     8 am to 12 pm

BMS News—October 26, 2018

Mark Your Calendar

Nov. 6             Election Day and Teacher Professional Day—NO SCHOOL for children  Polls open from 6 am to 6 pm   Find your Polling Place at https://indianavoters.in.gov/   Or Vote Early! See info below.

Nov. 7             Walnut Class Diwali Celebration, 3:30 to 5:30 pm, Walnut side yard

Nov. 7             Dine Out at Chipotle, 4 to 8 pm

Nov. 8             Hickory AM Children’s Evening, 5:15 to 6:15 pm

Nov. 9-11        6th Grade Camping Trip

Additional Important Items

Nov. 13           Board Meeting, 6:00 pm

Nov. 14           Hickory PM Children’s Evening, 5:15 to 6:15 pm

Nov. 15           3rd Thursday Coffee Chat, Annex Multipurpose Room

Nov. 15           December Lunch and Aftercare Sign-ups Open

Nov. 19-23      NO SCHOOL—Thanksgiving Break

Front Desk Email Address

Haley Williams, our new office assistant, has a new email address. Please add to your address book officeassistant@montessori.k12.in.us, and delete admincoord@ and receptionist@. Thank you.

Parent Forum: Montessori in the Home

Many parents have asked for information about how to create a supportive home environment using Montessori methods and philosophy. We are working with Bloomington Family Wellness to present a two-part workshop geared toward families with children ages 3 to 6 years old, with sessions on Nov. 28 and Dec. 12 from 5:30 to 7:30. Light dinner and childcare will be provided.

The cost of the workshop series will be $30 per family. Up to 12 families may participate. Registration will begin soon.

Early voting is now underway!

Election Central

401 W. 7th St., Suite 100

Monday through Friday      8 am to 6 pm

Saturday, Oct. 27                  9 am to 4 pm

Saturday, Nov. 3                   9 am to 4 pm

Nov. 5                                     8 am to 12 pm

BMS News—October 19, 2018

Mark Your Calendar

Oct. 21 & 22   Parent-Teacher Conferences

Oct. 22 & 23   NO SCHOOL

Oct. 25            Sycamore Children’s Evening, 5:30 to 6:30 pm

Oct. 25            November Lunch/Aftercare Sign-ups Close

Additional Important Items

Nov. 6             Election Day

Nov. 6             Teacher Professional Day—NO SCHOOL for children

Nov. 7             Dine Out at Chipotle, 4 to 8 pm

Front Desk Email Address

Haley Williams, our new office assistant, has a new email address. Please add to your address book officeassistant@montessori.k12.in.us, and delete admincoord@ and receptionist@. Thank you.

Winter Clothing Drive

BMS Families, is your closet getting cluttered with old clothing? You could donate it to the Sycamore Winter Clothing Drive if you want to help people in need!

The Wheeler Mission Center for Women and Children is a shelter for people without homes. They provide food, beds, and other needs. Currently, we are partnering with them to make a little “shop” inside the building to provide people with clothing. The Sycamore Class is helping build the shelving and organize the Share Closet and is also holding a drive to collect winter clothing donations. We are accepting donations of gloves, hats, socks, and coats in women’s, men’s, and all children’s sizes. If you would like to donate,please send clothing here between October 15th and November 16th and place in the collection bins of each building.

Thank you!

Sincerely,

The Sycamore Students

For Small Hands

We have $1,782.05 in orders! Those of you who ordered will receive free shipping. Orders will arrive at the school in November and parents will be contacted directly. Questions? Contact Allison O’Boyle at oboyleas@gmail.com. Thank you so much!

Dine Out At Chipotle

 

November 7 from 4 to 8 pm, at the Chipotle on 3rd near the mall. Once a $300 threshold is reached, the school will receive a whopping one-third of the total purchased. Mark your calendars, invite your friends. You must show the flyer when you order, which was in your parent pocket, attached to previous newsletters and sent out via social media.

 

Early voting is now underway!

 

Election Central

401 W. 7th St., Suite 100

 

Monday through Friday      8 am to 6 pm

Saturday, Oct. 27                  9 am to 4 pm

Saturday, Nov. 3                   9 am to 4 pm

Nov. 5                                     8 am to 12 pm

 

https://www.co.monroe.in.us/department/division.php?structureid=89

BMS News—October 12, 2018

Mark Your Calendar

Oct. 8-15         Tea School Days—Tea Collection fundraiser TeaSchoolDays.compromo code SDF18BLOOMINGTON

Oct. 15-17       5th Grade Trip to Bradford Woods

Oct. 15             Parent-Teacher Conference Sign-ups Close

Oct. 15             November Lunch and Aftercare Sign-ups Open

Oct. 16             Board Meeting, 6:00 pm

Oct. 18             3rd Thursday Coffee Chat, 8:30 to 9:15, Main Office

Oct. 19            Deadline for For Small Hands group order

Additional Important Items

 Oct. 21 & 22   Parent-Teacher Conferences

Oct. 22 & 23   NO SCHOOL

Oct. 25            Sycamore Children’s Evening, 5:30 to 6:30 pm

Nov. 7             Dine Out at Chipotle, 4 to 8 pm, flyer attached 2894 East 3rd St.

For Small Hands

We have $320 in orders! We must reach the $500 threshold to receive the free shipping, so place your order today. Orders must be turned in by Oct. 19 to Karen Keagle. Questions? Contact Allison O’Boyle at oboyleas@gmail.com.

Dine Out At Chipotle

 November 7 from 4 to 8 pm, at the Chipotle on 3rd near the mall. Once a $300 threshold is reached, the school will receive a whopping one-third of the total purchased. Mark your calendars, invite your friends. You must show the attached flyer when you order, which will also be in your parent pocket and sent out via social media.

Parent Volunteers Needed

Experts in WordPress, please contact Teresa Mandell at it@montessori.k12.in.us.

Parents interested in making a few calls to regional Montessori Schools to gather information, please contact Jess Davis at dmp@montessori.k12.in.us.

Parents interested in updating our alumni list, please contact Karen Keagle at development@montessori.k21.in.us. (This can be done from home.)

There is always more to do, so stop by the office and check the binder to see how you can lend a hand. Thank you!

Lost and Found

Please check the Lost and Found in the office and outside your classroom door and collect items belonging to you. Items not collected by October 15 will be donated.

Tired of losing items? Visit www.campaigns.mabelslabels.com , choose BMS from the list, order some labels and raise funds for BMS. Enjoy the sale, going on Oct. 8 through 14.

Early voting is now underway!

 Election Central

401 W. 7th St., Suite 100 

Monday through Friday      8 am to 6 pm

Saturday, Oct. 27                  9 am to 4 pm

Saturday, Nov. 3                   9 am to 4 pm

Nov. 5                                     8 am to 12 pm 

https://www.co.monroe.in.us/department/division.php?structureid=89

BMS News—October 5, 2018

Mark Your Calendar

Oct. 8 and 9     Fall Break—No School

Oct. 9              Deadline to register to vote  www.indianavoters.com

Oct. 8-15         Tea School Days—Tea Collection fundraiser (TeaSchoolDays.com promo code SDF18BLOOMINGTON)

Oct. 10            Parent Forum: The Montessori Spiral A Brief Overview of the Philosophy and Practices of Montessori Education 6:00 to 7:30 pm and 5:30 to 6:00 pm light dinner for those pre-registered

Oct. 10            Parent-Teacher Conference Sign-ups Open for Families with Siblings

Oct. 11            Parent-Teacher Conference Sign-ups Open for All

Oct. 15-17       5th Grade Trip to Bradford Woods

Oct. 15             Parent-Teacher Conference Sign-ups Close

Oct. 15             November Lunch and Aftercare Sign-ups Open

Oct. 16             Board Meeting, 6:00 pm

Oct. 18             3rd Thursday Coffee Chat, 8:30 to 9:15, Main Office

Oct. 19            Deadline for For Small Hands group order (see article below)

Additional Important Items

Oct. 21 & 22   Parent-Teacher Conferences

Oct. 22 & 23   NO SCHOOL

Oct. 25               Sycamore Children’s Evening, 5:30 to 6:30 pm

For Small Hands

For Small Hands offers toys, games and practical life items sized for, well, small hands, and gives to the school a percentage of purchases made using our school code (101965). The school uses these donations to order many of the classroom materials used by your children every day. This fall the school is organizing a group order, which could provide free shipping to shoppers as well as increase the percent donated to the school. We must reach a $500 group threshold to receive the free shipping, so browse the catalog you found in your parent pocket and bring a little Montessori into your home. Orders must be placed by Oct. 19. Questions? Contact Allison O’Boyle at oboyleas@gmail.com. We already have orders totaling over $160. Make yours today!

Dine Out At Chipotle

 November 7 from 4 to 8 pm, at the Chipotle by the mall. Once a $300 threshold is reached, the school will receive a whopping one-third of the total purchased. Mark your calendars, invite your friends. More details to come.

Parent Volunteers Needed

Experts in WordPress, please contact Teresa Mandell at it@montessori.k12.in.us.

Parents interested in making a few calls to regional Montessori Schools to gather information, please contact Jess Davis at dmp@montessori.k12.in.us.

Thank you, and remember to log your volunteer hours.

Lost and Found

Please check the Lost and Found in the office and outside your classroom door and collect items belonging to you. Items not collected by October 15 will be donated.

Tired of losing items? Visit www.campaigns.mabelslabels.com, choose BMS from the list, order some labels and raise funds for BMS. Enjoy the sale, going on Oct. 8 through 14.

Changes to Lunch Menus

As we transition from Emily to Kelsey in the kitchen, there may be a few days when the lunch served will not match the menu. We will make every effort to alert you in advance of these changes. Thank you for your patience!

And remember to register to vote by October 9.

www.indianavoters.com

BMS News—September 28, 2018

“Peace cannot be kept by force, it can only be achieved by understanding.” —Albert Einstein

Mark Your Calendar

Oct. 8 and 9     Fall Break—No School

Oc. 8-15          Tea School Days—Tea Collection fundraiser (see article below)

Oct. 10            Parent Forum: The Montessori Spiral A Brief Overview of the Philosophy and Practices of Montessori Education

                                      5:30 to 7:30 pm, Commons, includes light dinner and childcare

                                      Sign up here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a0f4ca8af23a2f58-fall

Oct. 10             Parent-Teacher Conference Sign-ups Open for Families with Siblings

Oct. 11            Parent-Teacher Conference Sign-ups Open for All

Additional Important Items

Oct. 15-17       5th Grade Trip to Bradford Woods

Oct. 15             Parent-Teacher Conference Sign-ups Close

Oct. 15             November Lunch and Aftercare Sign-ups Open

Oct. 16             Board Meeting, 6:00 pm

Oct. 18             3rd Thursday Coffee Chat, 8:30 to 9:15, Main Office

Oct. 19            Deadline for For Small Hands group order (see article below)

Oct. 21 & 22   Parent-Teacher Conferences

Oct. 22 & 23   NO SCHOOL

Fall Parent Forum

Join us on October 10 for our first Parent Forum of the school year. Jessica Davis, our Director of Montessori Programs, will provide a brief overview of Montessori philosophy and practices and discuss how content, activities and learning methods spiral through the grades as children build on skills and understanding as they move through the nine-year curriculum scope. The presentation will be informative for parents with children of any age at BMS.

The evening will begin with a light dinner for parents and children at 5:30. At 6:00 children will go to childcare while the adults gather in the Sycamore classroom for the presentation. The evening will conclude by 7:30.

Please sign up for childcare and the meal as well as the forum through Sign Up Genius. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a0f4ca8af23a2f58-fall.

Fundraising Opportunities: For Small Hands, Tea Collection, and Chipotle

For Small Hands: This company, which offers toys, games and practical life items sized for small hands, continues to give to the school a percentage of purchases made using our school code (101965). The school uses these donations to order many of the classroom materials used by your children every day.This fall the school is organizing a group order, which could provide free shipping to shoppers as well as increase the percent donated to the school. We must reach a $500 group threshold to receive the free shipping, so browse the catalog you found in your parent pocket, check out sample items at today’s Fundraising Friday table, and bring a little Montessori into your home. Orders must be placed by Oct. 19. Questions? Contact Allison O’Boyle at oboyleas@gmail.com.

Tea Collection: Another School Days shopping opportunity is October 8 through 15. Beginning October 8, shop at TeaSchoolDays.com using our school’s unique promo code SDF18BLOOMINGTON. Shoppers can also receive free 6-10 business day shipping (please select that option to receive the free shipping). The school will receive 15% of purchases made through this website during the time period.

Dine Out At Chipotle: November 7 from 4 to 8 pm, at the Chipotle by the mall. Once a $300 threshold is reached, the school will receive a whopping one-third of the total purchased. So, mark your calendars, invite your friends. More details to come.

Daffodils for Spring

Did you optimistically purchase 250 daffodil bulbs and just don’t have time to plant them all? Did you just see daffodil bulbs on sale and couldn’t resist, leaving you with extra? Donate them to the school! We will be having a daffodil planting day once the weather seems to be staying cool, and any bulbs you’d like to contribute to the effort would be most appreciated. Please bring them to the Main Office and place them on the table by the window. Thank you!

BMS News—September 21, 2018

“Peace is a journey of a thousand miles and it must be taken one step at a time.” — President Lyndon B. Johnson

Mark Your Calendar

Sept. 21           International Day of Peace https://internationaldayofpeace.org/

Sept. 25           Lunch and Aftercare October Sign-ups Close

Sept. 26           Magnolia Children’s Evening, 5:15 to 6:15 pm

Sept. 27           Maple/Walnut Children’s Evening, 5:30 to 6:30 pm

Additional Important Items

Oct. 8 and 9     Fall Break—No School

Oct. 10            Parent Forum: The Montessori Spiral A Brief Overview of the Philosophy and Practices of Montessori Education 5:30 to 7:30 pm, Commons, includes light dinner and childcare

Oct. 10            Parent-Teacher Conference Sign-ups Open for Families with Siblings

Oct. 11            Parent-Teacher Conference Sign-ups Open for All

International Day of Peace

“Better than a thousand hollow words is one word that brings peace.” —  The Buddha

The International Day of Peace is observed around the world every year on September 21. “Peace Day” was established by unanimous United Nations resolution in 1981 to provide a day for all people around the world to commit to peace and contribute to creating a culture of peace.

https://internationaldayofpeace.org/

Peace education is part of the curriculum here at BMS, and on Peace Day the students come together to sing songs of peace, share inspirational quotes, and further strengthen their understanding of peace and what it means to make a culture of peace, setting aside our differences and working together.

Look for photos of our students’ celebration over the next few days, and take a moment today to ask your child(ren) how you can join them in making Bloomington a more peaceful place to live.

What does your family do to build peace? We’d love to hear from you.

“Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.” — President Barak Obama

Volunteer Opportunities

We have a few volunteer opportunities available for parents. In particular, if you haveexpertise in Java, WordPress or Perl, please contact Teresa Mandell at it@montessori.k12.in.us asap. Thank you!

BMS News—September 14, 2018

Mark Your Calendar

Sept. 15           Lunch and Aftercare October Sign-ups Open

Sept. 17           Student Make-up Photos

Sept. 20           Sweet Gum Children’s Evening, 5:15 to 6:15 pm

Sept. 22           Family Fun Walk/Run, 10:00 am, Lower Playground Fall Festival, 11:00 to 3:00, Lower Playground

 Sept. 25           Lunch and Aftercare October Sign-ups Close

Sept. 26           Magnolia Children’s Evening, 5:15 to 6:15 pm

Sept. 27           Maple/Walnut Children’s Evening, 5:30 to 6:30 pm

Additional Important Items

Oct. 8 and 9     Fall Break—No School

Oct. 10            Parent Forum: The Montessori Spiral A Brief Overview of the Philosophy and Practices of Montessori Education 5:30 to 7:30 pm, Commons, includes light dinner and childcare

It’s Fall Festival Time!

For the Potluck

  • Hickory AM/PM – Desserts
  • Sweet Gum and Magnolia – Main Dishes
  • Maple and Walnut – Side Dishes or Salads
  • Sycamore – Drinks (sign up genius to come for this)

Remember—NO NUTS! Tree nuts, peanuts, pine nuts, etc. When in doubt, leave it out.

Remember—Label your dish’s ingredients. Watch your parent pockets for more on this.

Remember—Dishes should serve 20 to 30. We have run out of food in the past, so be as generous as you are able.

Check your parent pockets for additional information.

 

Join Us for the BMS Fun Run/Walk

10 am

Sept. 22

Remember to sign up for the BMS Fun Run/Walk! Enjoy a lovely 1-mile run or walk and raise funds to support the school. You’ll receive a free BMS gift, too—commemorative 50th anniversary water bottle and BMS cloth frisbee.

Please complete one waiver for each participant and return the forms along with $10 for each participant to the Main Office, Karen Keagle’s mail box, or bring it all to the event at 10 am on Sept. 22.  Extra waivers are in the Main Office.

Questions? Contact Board PR Chair Stacie Farmer at pr@montessori.k12.in.us. or 317-529-4686.