Come watch the fourth grade perform The Cuckoo: A Mexican Folktale on Thursday, November 6th at 6:30 pm! Our colorful kids will be singing in English and Spanish to tell the sad tale of how the cuckoo lost her colors. Students will need to wear their class t-shirts and meet their teachers in their classroom at 6:00 pm on November 6th. See you there!
Top winning pumpkin bid – Wyckoff – Thing 1 and Thing 2 ! . . . . . $175
A Perfect – Fall – Family – Day? . . . . . PRICELESS!
Thank you to everyone that helped make this year’s Octoberfest a huge success! With over 150 volunteers, weather that finally cooperated!, fun activities, awesome performers, tasty bake sale items, spectacular pumpkins, exciting raffles, wet 5th graders, very cool hair designs, funky face paintings, FIVE animals adopted and much more…we hope everyone enjoyed the day!
Thank you to the Octoberfest Committee for planning a great event!
Sandy Sweeney & Sonya Herren – Co-Chairs Julie Kabakoff – Armbands Amber Lai Tyam & Seda Smith – Bake Sale Rebecca King – Pumpkin Auction Kali Sharp – Raffles Maureen Barry – Inflatables, Performers & Vendors Chris Thorogood – Outside food, Cookie & Pumpkin stations, Dunk Tank Kari Knudsen – Candied & caramel apples Cynthia Bannon - Balloons
Monday: Wear Red – Say yes to a healthy heart and body!
Tuesday: Wear a sweatshirt – Because it’s “no sweat” to make healthy choices!
Wednesday: Wear sneakers: Say yes to play and exercise!
Thursday: Wear favorite team’s jersey - We “team up” for “Healthy Choices!"
Friday: Wear your Sope Creek Shirt - Proud to make healthy choices by walking to school.
If you walk or bike to school on Friday, make sure to stop by the front entrance. All students who walk or bike will have their names entered into a drawing for a special lunch with the administration. How fun!
The health and safety of our students and school staffs is our highest priority. National and international health authorities are currently working to manage an ongoing outbreak of the Ebola virus disease in several countries in West Africa. The Cobb County School District has released an update to the Enrollment Protocol as well a letter to parents informing them of the changes. Please see the links below.
Our 5th graders are busy preparing for our upcoming science fair on Novemeber 20th. We are excited to see so many amazing student applications of the scientific method! In preparation for the big day, we are looking for judges to help determine the winners of our science fair that will later have the opporunity to compete with students from all over Cobb County. It would be wonderful if our judges could have some sort of background or current career in Science and STEM related fields. If this is you, and you are free from approximately 8:30-noon on November 20th, we would love to have you! For more information and inquiries, please send the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Your name
2. Your child's name/teacher (No 5th grade parents please!)
3. Your phone number
4. Brief description of your background, etc. that would make you a great science fair judge!
Coming home to you soon is a school sponsored fundraiser called Square 1 Art. This fundraiser takes your child’s artwork and makes it into great products for you to purchase. These products are wonderful keepsakes and gifts for family and friends. Your child has been busy making beautiful artwork that can be made into many fun products such as magnets, t-shirts, mouse pads, ornaments and much more!