Monthly Archive: November 2017

Mix-It-Up Lunches are BACK! 11/21 is “Good Vibe Tuesday”

Mix-It-Up Lunches are back and more fun than ever! Part of a national campaign launched by Teaching Tolerance, Mix-It-Up asks students to move out of their comfort zones and connect with someone new over lunch. Once a month from November-May, students will be given random table assignments as they enter the cafeteria and will enjoy …

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HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

NEPTO wishes all our Northeast families the happiest of Thanksgivings. We hope you enjoy some time with your family & friends over the holiday break. School will be dismissed at 12:30pm on Wednesday, 11/22 and will be closed Thursday & Friday, 11/23 & 11/24. School will resume at 8:10am on Monday, 11/27. If you’re one …

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Talent Show Volunteers Needed!

Northeast’s Annual Talent Show is December 15th! The kids are perfecting their numbers and getting ready to show off their talented selves. Now, we need a few parent volunteers to help bring the show together without a hitch. Please consider volunteering to help with rehearsals, the night of the show, or with decorations or the …

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11/30: All-School Conversation & PTO Meeting with a Focus on Kindergarten

This month’s All-School Conversation & PTO Meeting will have a special focus on Kindergarten. Kindergarten teacher Mrs Ronaghan will present an overview of what is happening in the Kindergarten classrooms this year. PTO meetings are open to the entire school community.  All families are encouraged to join. The meeting will take place on Thursday, November …

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THANK YOU! The APEX Fun Run Raised $20,000 for our School!!!!!

Yaaaaay, another successful APEX Fun Run! We concluded our 3rd APEX Fun Run with our UNITED Squad raising almost $20,000 for our school! We still have some outstanding collections, so if you haven’t sent in your pledges, please send them to school in an envelope. Thank you to the student, teachers, APEX team and everyone who volunteered …

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