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PTA Announcements 1-14-19

Reported by michelle_loughran@ipsd.org on 1/16/19

PTA Announcements for 1/14/19


Fry’s Got Talent Auditions Forms are Due!
Does your child have a talent? We hope that they will share it with us at the Fry’s Got Talent auditions on 1/22 or 1/24. To audition for the show, please complete the attached form. All forms are due to us by this Wednesday the 17th. We are also looking for a 5th grade Student to host the show on January 30th. Please contact Heather Miller Schwarz (heathermiller28@gmail.com) if your 5th grader is interested. **The start time for Fry’s Got Talent Show on January 30th is 6:30 pm

Junior Great Books

For those who registered for the Junior Great Books (JGB) program, your child’s JGB book(s) should have come home in your child’s backpack at the end of last week. If your child did not receive his or her book, please contact Kelley Brown, kelleybrown5323@gmail.com, or Stacy Nevins, snevins10@gmail.com. You should also receive an email with additional information from your child’s JGB leader very soon, so please check your inbox! The first JGB session is Tuesday, Jan. 22, during the recess and lunch period. We look forward to seeing your readers!

All Pro Dad’s-1/25 8:00 am
The next All Pro Dad’s breakfast will be held on Friday, January 25th. If you have not yet had the chance to attend, please check it out! There is a continental breakfast and a raffle at the end for the kids. The cost is $10/family. Each month there is a new topic. The topic for January is: Loyalty.
The “big idea” is that Relationships are built on loyalty. It is the same with our family and our friends. Loyalty means standing with someone in the good and bad times. I've got your back, you've got mine. If you don't have loyalty, you stand alone.
This is a great opportunity to explore some of life's larger issues at your child’s level. If you have any questions, please email Cory Nevins at: cory.nevins@yahoo.com

Science Fair - February 25th 6.30-8pm
It’s that time of year again, for our fourth Science Fair! Get your thinking caps on, choose what interests you, visit science buddies.com online, chat to your teachers, parents and friends about what experiment/research you would like to present at the Science Fair on February 25th 6.30-8pm. You can work in groups of up to 4 or individually, present research, demonstrations or collections. There will be an information night held at Fry School, date TBA. This year there will be lots of interactive booths and activities for children. An online registration form will be live this week, watch out for further information on this. All forms and information will be uploaded onto the Fry School webpage under PTA/STEM lab. Registration form submission date is February 8th, 2019.
Lastly, we are always most appreciative of our volunteers each year. On the online registration form we will have a section for parents to volunteer to be a Judge or run a booth / interactive table. We have so many talented parents at Fry please consider sharing your talent or interest by running a table or being a Judge. This is such a great community event and lots of fun for the children! Looking forward to seeing you all there. Thank you.
Any queries or questions please email: caoimhemdardis@gmail.com


Upcoming Events:

Fry’s Got Talent-1/24/2109
PTA Meeting: 2/8
Science Fair-2/25/2019
Adult Night Out 3/2
Spring Fling-4/26/2019

Please see below for a local blood drive opportunity:

#STEVEEFFECT
Saturday, January 26th (8:00 am - 2:00 pm)
Tall Grass Subdivision Clubhouse
3324 Deering Bay Dr, Naperville
Click on drive name to get to the sign up link. Appointments are appreciated— walk-ins are welcome and will be seen as the schedule allows.
Give blood, get noodles. When you give blood at this drive, we’ll give you a coupon for a free entrée when you purchase a Coca-Cola Freestyle beverage from Noodles & Company (while supplies last)! Photo ID is required. Thank you for supporting our blood drive.

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