September 25, 2019
Dear Loma and CT Families,
My Top 3 Moments of the Week...
- Seeing all the aliens at CT’s “Area 51” Spirit Day on Friday! What amazing costumes can be created with a little creativity and some tinfoil!
- Hearing the Theater in the Mountains cast practice for their fall play, “Annie Jr.” I’ve been humming “It’s a Hard Knock Life” all week!
- Feeling proud of all our CT kids who have earned Star Cards each week! Keep up the good work!
Back by Popular Demand - Clay Roberts Returns!
It takes a special mountain to raise a child. With this in mind, you are cordially invited to attend a vibrant community conversation regarding what our mountain can do to continue intentionally raising healthy, successful children on October 7, 2019. Clay Roberts, a nationally recognized author, speaker and consultant will be on hand to guide us in this endeavor. He will share researched-based strategies for how our community can become more deliberate in helping our young people succeed. Please see the attached flyer for important details.
Karren Zook, Principal
Gala Tickets and Volunteers Still Needed
Get Your Gala Tickets!
Tickets to our annual Gala, taking place on Saturday, October 5th from 4 to 10:30pm are available at https://one.bidpal.net/lpefgala2019/welcome. Preferred seating is on a first come basis so be sure you secure your spot today. We can’t wait to see you there!
Calling All Volunteers
The Gala is fast approaching and we are still in desperate need of volunteers to make this fundraiser as successful as possible. If you have any spare time to help, we would love your assistance. Take a look at these volunteer opportunities and sign up today, https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f084aadab2babf85-thegala. Thank you in advance for your time!
Loma HSC News
Save the date for the HSC’s Boo Bash this year on Saturday, October 26th from 2 to 6pm on the North Campus field behind Building Blocks. There will be games, a rock-climbing wall, inflatables, food trucks, face painting, and much more! See the attached flyer and mark your calendar.
Please remember to turn in your waivers. You can scan and email to LomaPrietaHSC@yahoo.comor turn into Raquel or Julie at CT, as well. Your child WILL NOT be able to participate in HSC events if we do not have your waiver on file.
Download the app “AtoZ Connect” to your phone to stay connected. If you need to request a new access or send yourself your login info, go to this link: https://atozconnect.com/cs/join_checks_tbl_add.php?join_requst=yes. Please contact Azadeh Nolan with any questions or issues at AzzaLu@Gmail.com
Girls on the Run (GOTR)
GOTR is one of only three after-school programs recognized in a recent study by the Harvard Graduate School of Education (Navigating SEL From the Inside Out) as a top social-emotional learning program for kids. Volunteer coaches are needed to continue our Girls on the Run team this spring! See the attached flyer for more details.
LOMA’S UPCOMING EVENTS
9/27 SoW/CoM Assembly 8:30a
10/4 1st grade Field Trip / SoW and Spirit day – favorite stuff animal day
10/5 LPEF Gala @ Maison du Lac, 4-10pm
10/7 SDD – No school for students
10/11 SoW assembly 8:30a
7th Grade Trip to Yosemite – Mandatory Parent Information Meeting
Please attend the meeting on Thursday, September 26th at 6:30pm in the Temporary Community Center (North Campus by Building Blocks). Registration packets will be available at this meeting and an overview of the trip will be presented with lots of opportunity for Q&A’s. At least one parent per family should attend this session if your child will be going on the trip. See attached flyer.
For more information, email email@example.com
Games Night, Friday, September 27th in the CT Gym
The first fun night of the school year! Something for everyone: Board games, sports games, card games and even arts and crafts. Opened to all CT students who have submitted a Fun Night Permission Slip, https://www.ctehsc.org/formsand Liability Waiver.
Free for students with All Access pass or $10 at the door (admission includes snacks with other food items available at a nominal fee.) Parent volunteers are needed to make this a great night for the students. Please sign up at https://www.signupgenius.com/go30E044FA5AC2EA0F94-games. Students can also help with set-up/clean-up with parent supervision.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking for boys and girls basketball coaches for our middle school teams. The girls season starts October 14th and the boys season begins December 16th. If you are interested in coaching the Cheetahs, please contact Nancy Lanovaz at email@example.com.
CT English Gala Baskets
Parents, below are the grade level Gala Baskets donated by our CT students. Please consider making a donation to the office.
6th Grade=Garden Basket, donations could include seeds, plants, planters, gardening gloves, gift certificates, and cash to buy other items.
7th Grade=Fiesta Basket, donations could include Chili pepper lights, tortilla baskets, cookbooks, salsas, Mexican Hot Chocolate mix, music, Day of the Dead piñatas, handmade aprons, gift cards or cash.
8th Grade=Chocolate Basket, donations could include any and all chocolate, smores maker, Chocolate fountain, cookbooks, novelty items related to chocolate, gift cards and cash.
All cash will be used for purchase of basket items or gift cards. Checks made out to LPEF will be a direct donation and will not be used for basket items.
Thank you in advance for your help.
Mountain Mayhem Wrestling Club
Come give the sport of wrestling a try for the first time or hone new skills with the Mountain Mayhem Wrestling Club! Meetings are Monday’s, Tuesday’s, and Thursday’s at Mountain Bible Church from 2:45 to 4:45pm through September, when the middle school wrestling season starts. Open to elementary (3rd– 5th), middle and high school students of any experience level and background. See our website at Mountain Mayhem or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. See you on the mat!
Mountain Mayhem Beach Workout/Dinner
Mountain Mayhem is sponsoring a beach workout and dinner on Friday, September 27th at Rio Del Mar beach. The night will include a workout, games, team-building activities, and dodge ball on the beach, followed by a pizza and salad dinner. Families are welcome to come and relax while your child works up a sweat! Not sure if wrestling is for you? No problem! Come join us for some good exercise and company. RSVP at the Mountain Mayhem website or at email@example.com the information in the attached form.
Wild Times @ CT English MS
Early Release EVERY WEDNESDAY @ 1:30pm
9/25/19 Huge CT Cross Country Meet @ CT 3-6:30pm / Kona Ice for sale @ Building Blocks
9/26/19 7th Grade Yosemite Meeting 6:30pm TCC – North Campus
9/27/19 CT HSC sponsored Games Night, CT Gym 7-9pm
10/5/19 LPEF Gala @ Maison du Lac, 4-10pm
10/7/19 No School – Teacher in service day
10/9/19 CT HSC meeting, 8:30a, Room 21 / Board Meeting 7pm Loma Forum
10/24/19 Kona Ice for sale @ Building Blocks