|Mrs. Benisatto going for a ride during our field-trip today.|
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Today our 7th graders had a field trip to the Imagination Station in Toledo. Thank you to the parents and teachers for watching our students today. Thank you to the PTA for providing t-shirts and transportation for our students.
Friday, May 22, 2015
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
To Parents of Monroe County children:
“Supplying Our Future” Backpacks for Kids in Monroe County is a group of caring people who are working to make sure every child K-12 has the school supplies necessary to start school. In this trying economy, we know there are those who need a backpack filled with the necessary supplies for school. Click here to link for an application that can be turned in at your school or to The Salvation Army for your child/children for the up-coming school year. We do not require income information on the application.
We understand seeking assistance is not always easy, rest assured there are many caring people and agencies working together to help your family during these tough times. We have distribution events planned throughout the county to make it easier for you to get these needed supplies. Please check which site will be convenient for you. We will have food and fun activities planned. If your family could benefit from this program, please fill out the application and turn it in. We will have information from many agencies that work with families available.
If you do not need assistance but would like to come to the fun back to school events you are still welcome to come. If you are able to assist us with donations to this program, we would be happy to accept them.
If you want further information on this program, you may call The Salvation Army at 734-241-0440. We are working hard to make a successful start for the upcoming school year.
Captain Robert C. Whitney Michael Smith
Corps Officer AFL-CIO Community Services Liaison
The Salvation Army United Way of Monroe County
Supplying Our Future Co-Chair Supplying Our Future Co-Chair
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
Below is Mrs. Vogel's 6th grade class learning how to dance from Raviel Morris, an exchange student from Suriname. The dance represents the 5 cultures found in Suriname. Looks like the kids had fun. You can read more about it on Mrs. Vogel's blog (click here).