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BMS News—September 7, 2018

Mark Your Calendar

Sept. 11           Board Meeting, 6:00 pm, Main Building

Sept. 12           Sycamore Class Picnic, 6:30 pm, Bryan Park Henderson Shelter

Sept. 14           Hickory NO SCHOOL—Youngest Group Parent/Teacher Conferences

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

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

Additional Important Items

Oct. 8 and 9     Fall Break—No School

Join Us for the 1st BMS Fun Run/Walk!

For All BMS parents, children, and family members!

Come early to Fall Festival on Saturday, Sept. 22, and help celebrate our 50th anniversary with a pleasant one-mile morning walk or run around the school grounds and the Y, raising funds for BMS. You’ll receive a free BMS gift, too—commemorative 50th anniversary water bottle and BMS cloth frisbee.

In your parent pocket, and attached here, is the registration form with waiver. Please complete one 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.

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

Look forward to seeing you at 10 on the 22nd!

Magnolia Play Yard Help Needed

 Tomorrow morning Magnolia Lead Teacher Anna Wegerson is leading any parent volunteers willing to help in the effort to prepare the Magnolia play yard for a new climber. Interested? Contact Anna at magnolia@montessori.k12.in.us. Thanks! And remember to log your volunteer hours.

Board Meeting September 11

You recently received the Board agenda for the upcoming Board meeting from our Board President Leslie Thomas. Please take a moment to peruse it and consider attending. To quote Leslie, “Becoming an active and involved participant in your children’s education through volunteer opportunities, attendance at activities and events, and participation during the monthly Board meetings, are all great ways to enrich your families’ experience at Bloomington Montessori School.”

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to your child’s teachers, a Board member, your Parent Ambassador, or any of the administrative staff when you have thoughts, questions, concerns, joys, and funny stories (we love those!). We are happy to hear from you.

Karen Keagle

Director of Development and Public Relations

Bloomington Montessori School

1835 S. Highland Avenue

Bloomington, IN  47401