Lower School Updates
FALL MUSICAL: CLASSES THREE AND FOUR
Thursday, October 26, at 8:30 a.m., in the Great Hall
On Thursday, October 26, at 8:30 a.m., students from Classes Three and Four will present What’s Up, Zak? combines the stories of Zacchaeus, the tax collector, and Bartimaeus, the beggar, to tell a powerful story of God’s love. Please join us!
SCIENCE CLUB FOR CLASSES TWO THROUGH FIVE
Tuesday afternoons from November 7 to December 12 at 2:45 p.m.
Science Club is a great opportunity for students in Classes Two through Five to begin developing observation-based scientific thought and problem solving to address simple challenges with simple scientific solutions. Students will engage in interactive, hands-on activities each week. These activities will include planning, completing simple and experiments to meet challenges and learn scientific principles through experience. The Club will meet an hour after school every Tuesday afternoon from November 7 to December 12 at 2:45 p.m. in Room 205, with a minimum group of five students and a maximum of twenty. The cost is $150 per student.
REGISTER FOR CHILDCARE AT GRANDPARENTS' DAY BY OCTOBER 27
Grandparents' Day is Friday, November 17, at Park Cities Presbyterian Church
Childcare for siblings (infants through five years old) of lower and middle school students taking part in Grandparents' Day will be available at Park Cities Presbyterian Church (PCPC) this year! Below are the details:
- PCPC childcare staff will provide childcare for children ages 0-5 from 8:30-11:30 a.m. on Friday, November 17.
- The cost is $20 per child.
- Please register each child by Friday, October 27 using the Grandparents’ Day Childcare Registration link.
FALL PROJECTS DUE NOVEMBER 13 FOR CLASSES ONE THROUGH FOUR
Students will turn in a fall project on Monday, November 13, and the projects will stay on display until Monday, November 27.
If your project is extra large or fragile and you cannot drop it off in carpool, contact Becky Friedman and Kambry Ruby, who will arrange special drop-off/pick-up.
- The maximum size limitation is two feet by three feet.
- No food or other things that attract bugs should be part of your project.
- All projects should be in keeping with the philosophy of the School.
- Projects should not reflect pop culture, such as movies, television, video games, or popular music.
- Projects may not be handed down from one sibling to the next.
- Tri-fold presentation boards (think science fair) are available for sale in the school store, but there is definitely flexibility on how/what your student chooses to present.
- Contact Becky Friedman and Kambry Ruby with any questions. We would love a heads up on any large/unusual projects.