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*The St. Ann Weekly Newsletter will be posted here every Friday. It will also be emailed to all families via Gradelink.

St. Ann Weekly Newsletter

April 19, 2024

 

Super Science Funfest & Earth Day – Festival Park

Whether your child is a budding scientist or simply loves to learn, the Science Festival is the perfect way to explore the world of science in a fun and engaging way. Each year there is a variety of fun and educational science activities for children of all ages presented by organizations from across the state to create a cannot miss day of science. This event is part of the statewide NC Science Festival that takes place each April! 
So come join us at Festival Park from 9am-3pm and let's discover the wonders of science together!

Earth Day is Every Day
April 20th 9 am to 3 pm at Festival Park 
335 Ray Ave, Fayetteville NC 28301

Join Sustainable Sandhills, community partners, vendors, board members, and donors in celebrating Earth Day on April 20th, 2024. 

https://sustainablesandhills.org/all-events/ed24/
 


Middle School Science Fair

The annual science fair for middle school students will take place on Wednesday, April 24th. Students will bring their projects to school that day for judging by an outside trio of judges. The students have been working very hard all year on these projects.


Middle School Dance

A middle school (grades 6-8) dance will be held next Friday, April 26th from 6 – 9pm in the Social Hall. Tickets may be purchased at the school office for $5.00 in advance, or for $7.00 at the door. The dress code is smart casual to semi-formal – NO ripped jeans or tank tops. Clothing should be school appropriate in appearance and fit. This dance is for St. Ann middle school students only.


Car Placards

At the beginning of the school year, all families were given two placards with their last names printed on them to place on their dashboard for pick-up. Even though we are more than half way through the school year, we would appreciate it if you would continue to use the placards – especially during inclement weather. When we dismiss students from the gathering space of the church on rainy days, it helps the teachers to quickly identify the parent/guardian arriving and they are able to notify the students in a faster manner. Thank you for your cooperation in this.


Positivity Project

Every week you will find the link to the Positivity Project's website for families here:   P2 for Families (password: P2) . We invite you to explore the character strength of the week with your child by watching a short video, reading a quote and discussing the three questions online.
Next week our character strength of the week is Appreciation of Beauty and Excellence. This means you notice and value the world's beauty and people's skills. You don't take things for granted.

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