VCS Weekly Bulletin - December 20, 2018

Have something for the bulletin? Send it to Shaina at bulletin@villagecharterschool.com.
 



Decorating pine cone
trees at the Craft Fair


Dates at a Glance                  

Dec. 20 – Winter Solstice TONIGHT!

Dec. 21 to Jan. 4 – No School | Winter Break

Jan. 7 – School Resumes

Jan. 11, 8:30 am - 10 am  PA Sponsored Morning Coffee and PA Meeting

Jan. 21 – No School | Martin Luther King Jr. Day

 



 

Winter Solstice Festival: Tonight!

Do you feel the chill in the air and jack frost nipping at your nose?
It must be time for our Winter Solstice Festival!
Come enjoy beautiful and heartfelt performances that celebrate togetherness and the winter season.

The festival begins promptly at 6:30 pm.
Children need to come fed and dressed per teacher request.
Drop your child off by 6:15pm in their classroom.
Parents can find seating after dropping children off.

 

Staff Holiday Cards

If you would like to sign holiday cards for VCS staff the School Board has put them in the office. They are on the cabinet under the window.

 

Order Yearbooks!

Order here: https://www.treering.com/validate?PassCode=1014724174042747
Price: $20.00

 

Appreciations

Have an appreciation you wish to make? You can email it in by Friday morning or just stop by the office and drop off a note in the orange Appreciation Jar and it will get added to the next Bulletin.

 

VCS Weekly Bulletin - December 7, 2018

Have something for the bulletin? Send it to Shaina at bulletin@villagecharterschool.com.
 



Buddies making
winter art


Dates at a Glance                  

Dec. 12, 4 pm - 6 pm: Craft Fair

Dec. 18, 8:30 am - 9:30 am: Gala Meeting

Dec. 20: Winter Solstice

 Dec. 21 to Jan. 4: No School – Winter Break

Jan. 11, 8:30am-10am: PA Sponsored Morning Coffee and PA Meeting

Jan. 21: No School – Martin Luther King Jr. Day



 

Craft Fair

Our Annual Village Craft Fair is
WEDNESDAY, December 12th from
4:00 pm to 6:00 pm! 

We hope everyone will be able to join us for this special evening.

The children will have an opportunity to make gifts for friends and family (or themselves) in different crafting stations sprinkled among the classrooms.  We'll have a chance to make photo frames (with photos taken on-site OR bring in a favorite), snow globes, wooden succulent planters, gnomes, glass ornament globes, and more.

Please email crisarlin@gmail.com (subject line: Craft Fair) if you'd like to help run one station or if you have any questions.
 

Order Yearbooks!

Order here: https://www.treering.com/validate?PassCode=1014724174042747
Price: $20.00

 

Appreciations

Have an appreciation you wish to make? You can email it in by Friday morning or just stop by the office and drop off a note in the orange Appreciation Jar and it will get added to the next Bulletin.

Thank you Meg, Nick and Mia for your extra support in and around the classroom!
In deep appreciation,
Miss Malika

Coco! I am so thankful that you joined our community this year and am appreciative of what you bring to our school. Your effort and amazing work ethic are inspiring. Thank you for the care and concern you show to all our students and staff. We are so fortunate to know you as well as get to grow with you!  ~Ashley!

School back in session on Wednesday, November 14th

Dear VCS Families and Staff,

Based on  discussion with the WUSD Superintendent and the health department, VCS will be open tomorrow, Wednesday, 11/14. According to several sources of data, the AQI is projected to improve, though it is anticipated that we will continue to experience poor air quality through the weekend. We will open tomorrow with indoor policies in place and air filters on in each room. There will be no morning circle as scheduled and students arriving early are to go straight to the extended care room. If you feel it is best to keep your child(ren) home for additional days, please do not hesitate to contact the school for Independent Study. Masks are encouraged, especially for those with asthma or other respiratory conditions.

Of course, if significant changes happen overnight we will monitor and make changes if necessary.

We ask that for the remainder of this week after school extended care only be used by those truly needing this service.

Again, thank you for your patience and flexibility as we wade through the different needs of all of our families during this difficult time.


Warmly,
Rebecca Ivanoff, Director