Monthly Archive: May 2015

Yearbooks Are Here!

Yearbooks are in and were distributed today. Copies are still available if you want to buy one! Flyers will be going home with in-school purchasing dates. Or, you can buy a yearbook now. Ordering information is below. Once your yearbook is paid for, it will be delivered to your child’s classroom within a couple of …

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Why Get Involved With Your Kids’ School?

Field Days

  Field Days are upon us!   Check the schedule below to find out when your child’s grade is planning to have Field Day. Rain dates will vary and will be announced as needed. Please speak to your child’s teacher if you have specific questions.

Incoming Kindergarteners’ Picnic

The date for the orientation/picnic for incoming kindergarten families has been moved to Friday, June 5. Help us welcome the incoming kindergarten families to Northeast.  Families will be entertained by the current kindergarten classes, will have a tour of the school, a picnic lunch and a ride on the school bus. All parents of incoming …

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The PTO Board Needs You!

The Northeast PTO Board will have several open positions for the 2015-2016 school year. Serving on the Board is a great way to help communicate and build community within the Northeast population by helping to organize and run many of the academic and enrichment programs and activities from which our kids benefit. It’s also an opportunity …

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PTO Meeting: Friday, May 15

Please join us for the last PTO meeting of the School Year on May 15th at 9:30 am (at school; specific location TBD). We will discuss our remaining events of the school year, as well as plans for next year. This is a joint Board/PTO meeting so if you have any interest in joining the PTO …

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Curtain to Rise on Phantom Tollbooth, Jr

The fifth-grade spring musical, The Phantom Tollbooth, Jr., will be performed on Friday, May 15 and Saturday, May 16 at 7:00 pm. Tickets are available for advance sale, or buy at the door ($12 for adults, $8 for kids). The ensemble cast and the crew have worked hard to bring our community a great show! …

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