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VCS Weekly Bulletin - March 16, 2018

Have something for the bulletin? Send it to: Shaina at shainamarietaylor@gmail.com 

 


Junior Architects
in Extended Care

Dates at a Glance                         

· March 21st, 1pm - 2:15pm - PA Meeting  (Note the date change!)

· March 22nd, 3:15 - 4:15 - Mayday Choir (meets every Thursday)

· March 23rd, 1:00 - Film-screening of “Dolores”

· March 30th, 4:30 PM - Cesar Chavez Festival/Potluck

· April 21st,  9:30am - 11:30am - Creek Clean-A-Thon!
 

 

Notes from the PA

The monthly PA meeting is happening next Wednesday 3/21 in Rm 23.  The meeting is from 1:15 to 2:15, but come at 1pm to enjoy some munchies and pre meeting conversation.
 
Some things we are going over at this meeting include, the VCS summer program, Wrap of Cesar Chavez and how the Creek Clean Up Fundraiser is going.  If there are any questions, comments or suggestions from you the community hope you will be there to let us know.
 
Lauren will be facilitating this meeting with Crisarlin in order to avoid too many transitions, as Catherine will be in and out.

FREE - Film-screening of "DOLORES"

Village Charter School
Friday, March 23 at 1pm

Dolores Huerta is among the most important, yet least known, activists in American history. An equal partner in co-founding the first farm workers unions with Cesar Chavez, her enormous contributions have gone largely unrecognized. Dolores tirelessly led the fight for racial and labor justice alongside Chavez, becoming one of the most defiant feminists of the twentieth century—and she continues the fight to this day, at 87. (https://www.doloresthemovie.com/aboutnew)
For more information, contact Claudia.

 

5th Annual VCS Creek Clean-A-Thon

SAVE THE DATE! It's time to start planning for the Village Charter School's
5th Annual Creek Clean-a-Thon on Saturday, April 21st, from 9:30am-11:30am. 

Have a special passion for our school's environmental mission? Want to help spread the word about our commitment to environmental education and community? Once again, we have a very special opportunity to support our children's environmental awareness and education WHILE serving our larger Santa Rosa community AND raising critical funds. All while having tons of fun!

We are again asking students and their families to participate in three ways:

          1. The first is by collecting donations/pledges for our school in support of our creek cleanup work. If each student gets $120 in pledges, we will easily reach our goal of $10,000 for our school!

          2. The second we are looking to procure local Community/Business sponsors who would be interested in making a tax-deductible donation toward our event (and having their business featured in our event promotions and on our event tee shirts).

Businesses that have confirmed sponsoring the Creek Clean-a-thon this year are,
          ·  American Tile and Stone
          ·  DryScape Material
          ·  Mr. Rooter
          ·  Art and Soul Music Studios
          ·  Envirichment

          3.  And last, is to attend the event and be the “people-power” cleaning the creek.
Even if you cannot attend the cleanup day, please still promote our school’s efforts by collecting donations/pledges in support of the event. 

Check out the information and forms below, and visit the Creek Clean-a-Thon's Facebook Page

Creek Clean-a-Thon Letter to the Community

Creek Clean-a-Thon Sponsorship Letter

 

Enrichment

Mayday Choir

Mayday Choir is next!
Come sing the traditional songs of spring & summer, and dance around the maypole!
Thursday afternoons: 3:15 - 4:15
Starting Thursday, March 22nd
9 sessions @ $5 ($45 term)
Interested? Sign up outside of Miss Barnum's classroom

 

VCS Run Club

VCS Run Club will meet again Monday, March 19th at 3:15 pm.

Join us every Monday @ 3:15pm for an easy 3-4 mile run. All running levels are welcome, girls, boys, moms, dads, aunts, uncles, grandmas, grandpas…
It's free, no sign up needed, just bring your running sneakers, a smile, and good attitude to have a good sweat. We will be leaving from the VCS campus at 3:15 PM.

For more information contact Crisarlin Vázquez.

 

Parking

Please remember that the small lot is for staff parking and YMCA use only. VCS parents and visitors are to use the large lot.

 

Help Wanted

  • Floor Lamps Needed - Miss Malika is looking for a couple of floor lamps to use in the classroom. Do you happen to have one in the garage or unused or in your give away pile?

 

Order Yearbooks

Don’t forget to get your order in for your yearbook! Pick up order forms in the office or follow this link to place your order and customize 2 free extra pages for your child's copy: https://www.treering.com/validate?PassCode=1014724174042747

  • Your personalized yearbook only costs $20.00. 
  • Yearbooks are printed on high quality 100% recycled paper in beautiful full color.
  • For each VCS yearbook sold, Trees for the Future plants a tree in our school's name.
  • Complete your 2 free custom pages no later than April 23.
  • Custom pages are optional, if you don’t customize you’ll receive a standard yearbook.
  • Order your yearbook by May 7 to get free bulk shipping with the rest of VCS!

 

Photos Wanted

Do you have photos of the Craft Fair, Harvest Hoedown, Girls on the Run, field trips you've chaperoned, or anything else from the 2017/2018 school year? The Yearbook Staff could always use additional photo coverage! If you take photos at school events, on field trips, or even of just regular campus activities and classwork, please email them to emmakerfoot@gmail.com any time throughout the school year, or drop them off in person on a memory card, flash drive, or CD.

 

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.

“Garden thank yous to: Ed Flores for weed eating the garden in preparation for Chris Maccario and his tractor; Brett Hebert, for stepping in to help me with the tee-pee, Blake Bishop and Kyle Blundell for braving the cold and mud to carve out the pathways. The garden space looks incredible! We are on our way!”

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