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It's Time to Register for After-School Activities for Winter 2015!
  
Registration for Winter 2015 After School Activities is OPEN! 12 great programs, 1 registration form. Online payment options too. Sign up now to ensure your top picks! Scholarships available.

Registration closes Monday, Jan. 5

Register at bit.ly/AfterSchoolActivitiesRegistration-ArborHeights

Classes: Tennis, Fashion Club, Creative Computing with Scratch!, After School Hoops, Stage Struck “Frozen”, Cooking, Hip-Hop, Engineering FUNdamentals with LEGO®, Chess, Mixed Media Art Journaling, Club Yoga, and Art. Full class descriptions here.

December 16, 2014 | Contact: Arbor Heights After School Activities Team (ASAT) 




Two Great Ways to Help Our 5th-graders Get to Islandwood (5th-grade Camp)

This year our 5th-graders will be attending Islandwood from Jan. 26-29, 2015 on Bainbridge Island for their 5th-grade environmental camp experience and looking for YOUR support. 100% of the funds raised go to decrease the cost base for ALL 5th-graders.

 
All 3rd-, 4th- & 5th-grade students are encouraged to participate in Read-a-thon on Tuesday, Dec. 16 to raise $$$ for Islandwood.  Learn more at bit.ly/2014Read-a-thonLetter.
Empty your pockets! Raid your piggybank! Look in Grandma’s coin purse!

ALL coins collected will go towards getting every member of the class to camp. Room 123 (Ms. Couts’ 3-5 class) will be coordinating the effort of collecting, tabulating, and reporting of daily progress.

Students from every grade level are encouraged to participate.

December 16, 2014 | 




Dec. 2014 School Communicator is Here!
 
Want to get a more in-depth look at what's happening at Arbor Heights?  Check out our lastest edition of our monthly school newslettter, the School Communicator.

Read December 2014 Now!

December 11, 2014 | 




Please Keep PokÚmon Cards at Home!

Since the start of the school year, Pokémon cards have made a resurgence at school yet going forward students will be asked to keep their Pokémon cards at home.  The card trading has become a major distraction causing upset and disruption on the playground and in the classroom creating a problem for school staff to control the trading, theft, and who owns what cards.

Students are not to bring toys, trading cards, wheelie shoes, skateboards, potentially dangerous objects, or unusual items to school unless the item is for a specific purpose in the classroom.  Students must receive special permission from their teacher before bringing any toys or other items to school.  All unauthorized or dangerous articles will be confiscated and returned only to a parent/legal guardian coming to school to claim the item.
 
September 30, 2014 

         
        
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