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Weekly Announcements 1-27-20

Reported by on 1/27/20

Fry Elementary School Weekly Announcements 1/27/20

“Super U” Assembly:
This morning students will participate in the “Super U” Assembly!
The Super U! Challenge is an interactive show that is designed to capture the feel of family television game shows, such as “Minute To Win It” and the classic Nickelodeon show, “Double Dare”. During the program, students from the audience will be invited to participate in fun challenges using costumes, funny props, and even some SLIME! Each challenge in the show is based around positive behavior / character building traits that promote respecting others, building trust, and choosing words and actions. The overall theme of the show is that kids have the ability to make choices that contribute to making the school great, strengthen friendships and stop bullying behavior.
Thank you to the Fry PTA for helping to fund today’s assembly! Be sure to ask your child all about it!

Happy 100th Day of School!
This Friday, Jan. 31st, our Kindergarten and 1st Grade students will celebrate this exciting milestone!

Important Dates:
1/29 1st Grade Night (Evening program – current 1st graders and parents)
2/6 PTA – “Fry’s Got Talent”
2/13 2nd Grade Evening Musical Program
2/14 PTA Meeting 9:30
PTA Room Parties 2:15
2/17 No School – Presidents’ Day
2/19 Chorus Concert

District 204 Info:
Marijuana 101: What You Need to Know
January 30
Parents and students are invited to attend “Marijuana 101: What You Need to Know,” from 7 to 8 pm on January 30 in the LMC at Still Middle School, 787 Meadowridge Drive, Aurora. Presenters Matt Cassity (360 Youth Services), Sergeant Rick Krakow (Naperville Police Department), and Officer Edwina Pirela (Aurora Police Department) will share important information regarding health, safety and the new laws related to the recent legalization of marijuana in Illinois. District 204 and the Indian Prairie Parents' Council are hosting this event to help inform the community about this timely topic.

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