Hollywood Super Stars Newsletter
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Hollywood Elementary Newsletter 6-2-17
Relay For Life on June 24th
Relay for Life The Lancers to Cure Cancer team would like to invite you to join them on Saturday, June 24th from 10 am- 12 pm (midnight) at St. Joseph High School. Come walk (wear your Lakeshore red) at 10:00 am and we’ll kick off the event by celebrating everyone who’s been affected by cancer. Whether someone’s been diagnosed for 10 days or been cancer free for 10 years, they gather together for the crowd to cheer them on. Come for part of the time or stay for the whole event.
The luminaria walk will start at 10 pm. Each luminaria bag represents a loved one lost to cancer, brings support to those affected by it, and honors survivors (purchase a bag in the office for $10). This powerful moment gives people the opportunity to grieve but also offers hope and comfort. The closing ceremony will be at midnight. Questions contact Mrs. Peden at email@example.com.
Best of Show in the Box Factory for the Arts 2017
Dear 2nd to 5th-grade teachers/parents:
The Krasl is rewarding our dedicated artists with donuts for every 2nd – 5th-grade student. They will be dropping off donuts this week! If I do not have your class in art the day of drop off I am hoping you can project this image of the weaving, tell students that this is their winnings from this “Best of Show at the Box Factory for the Arts”, and allow them to scarf down a couple donut holes.
I am so proud to be awarded a “Best of Show” for the second year in a row and am hoping to keep the winning streak going in 2018! Our kids are open to new ideas, they rebound when projects aren’t turning out as planned, and they finish strong with small details and pops of color! Our artwork shows all of these things and the Leadership they are learning here at Hollywood helps them excel in every subject! Great Job Super Stars and Super Teachers!
Lakeshore Athletic Summer Camps
The purpose of the Lakeshore Lancer athletic camps is to involve as many young students in athletics as possible. The goal is to foster a love and interest in the various sports that students may compete in during their high school years.
The main focus will be on teaching technique and various skills while developing sportsmanship, teamwork, and the value of hard work that may be applied in all areas of their lives. This year there will be summer camps for basketball, football, softball, volleyball, soccer, and tennis.
Click the link below for an additional information for each program, and to access a sign-up form for the various athletic camps being hosted this summer. We hope to see you there!
Seeking Substitutes in the Food Service Department
Lakeshore Public Schools is hiring subs in the Food Service Department. This is a great job for Moms or Dads with kids in school looking for part-time work. You get summers off, holiday breaks, done working by 2:00 and great flexibility. Benefits include sick days, holiday pay and free pass for sport events (and you get to see lots of smiling kids every day!)
There is a possibility of a 4 hour per day job in the fall. If you are interested in joining a great team please contact Pam Greiffendorf 428-1400 x2965.
Nominees for 2017/18 PTO Board
Voting will be at the next PTO meeting, May 17th @ 2 pm President-Erin Beran, Vice President- Erica Momany, Treasure-Kim Godush, Secretary-Heather Roberts, Volunteer Coordinators: Kate Wheaton and Emily White, Room Parent Coordinators: Tori Lucker and Andrea Ceru
Young Fives Registration for 2017-2018
Age eligibility: Five years old between June 1 and December 1, 2017, and independent bathroom users (preference given to those born between 9/1-12/1). Please register at the Central Office:
5771 Cleveland Avenue
Stevensville, MI 49127
Located behind the tennis courts
See the Lakeshore website for more information: http://lakeshoreschools.k12.mi.us/enrollment
The program will provide a pre-kindergarten curriculum through the use of thematic units, Zoo-Phonics, handwriting, math, and other creative literacy activities. Students spend time every day in circle time, reading, writing, math, arts and crafts, and dramatic play as well as participate in music, gym, and art time each week. Young Fives Informational Flyer