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This Week**Spirit Wear**Family Reading Night**Directory**Colder Weather**December Peek

posted Nov 19, 2016, 9:26 AM by Lakeshore Elementary PTO Fond du Lac   [ updated Nov 19, 2016, 9:37 AM ]
This Week at Lakeshore
Monday is Day 3
Monday-Jump Rope for Heart envelopes/donations due
Tuesday-Pajama & Stuffed Animal Day
Tuesday-Scrip due by 3:40pm in the scrip box (or to Tina's house by noon on Friday-11/25)
Tuesday-On hand scrip will be available by Maria in the office

Thanksgiving Break
Nov. 23-NO School
Nov. 24-NO School
Nov. 25-NO School

Nov. 25-Scrip due to Tina's house by noon
Nov. 25-Spirit Wear Online Holiday Sale Orders Due

Spirit Wear Holiday Sale Continues
Lakeshore's Holiday Spirit Wear Sale is ONLINE ONLY.
All spirit wear orders are due on 11/25.
If your order is a gift and you would like to pick it up at Lakeshore instead of having it go home with your child, please email Gina or Ronda to let them know.

Family Reading Night (5:30pm-7:30pm) & Book Fair (3pm-8pm)
Thursday, December 1st
Family Reading Night is a special night when our amazing teachers read stories to the children.
~Wear your Pajamas!
~Children will go to different rooms to hear stories read to them by our wonderful teachers and staff.
~Cookies and hot cocoa will be available in the cafeteria.
~Families can get their pictures taken by Quick & Smart.
~Families can shop at the Scholastic Book Fair to find that perfect stocking stuffer.
~Scrip (gift cards) will be sold by Miss Julie!

**We are still looking for a Santa to come to Family Reading Night-if anyone has any connections to The Big Guy in the North Pole, please email Mrs. Marchionda

Your help is needed to make this event a success!
Can you donate cookies?
Sign up here Cookie Donation Sign Up If your donated cookies are peanut free or gluten free, please note that and we'll keep them on a separate table during Family Reading Night. Thank you!
Can you help serve cookies and cocoa?
Can you help set up and/or tear down the book fair?

Directory Update
Lakeshore directories should be completed this week and will go home with students next week. The high school graphics program works on our directory as part of their curriculum. We are excited to see the finished product!

Colder Weather-Label Clothing
The weather is finally turning cooler! Students will be outside in the morning before school and will go outside for recess as long as the temperatures are above zero. Once the snow flies, if students do not wear boots and snow pants, they must stay on the pavement during their time outside.  
Please remember to label all their winter gear; snow pants, boots, coats, hats, gloves, mittens, scarves, earmuffs, EVERYTHING!  If something goes missing or is found, it will be put in the lost and found which is located at the end of the hallway, past the gymnasium, across from the art room.

Coming Up & December Sneak Peek
Nov. 28-School resumes
Dec. 1-Family Reading Night at Lakeshore 5:30pm-7:30pm
Dec. 1-Book Fair in the lobby 3pm-8pm
Dec. 2-Lakeshore Pride-wear your Lakeshore gear or Lakeshore blue
Dec. 2-Half Day-11:30am dismissal
Dec. 2-Scrip due by 11:30am
Dec. 9-Scrip due by noon
Dec. 9-Family Fun Night-Bowling at Ledgeview Lanes 5pm-9pm
Dec. 12-Limo Lunch (for those that qualified during the fundraiser)
Dec. 13-Winter Program (Grades 3-5) 6:30pm at the PAC
Dec. 15-Santa Shoppe
Dec. 16-Santa Shoppe
Dec. 16-Scrip due by noon (last order of the year)
Dec. 22-Winter Holiday Classroom Parties
Dec. 23-Jan. 2 NO School-Winter Break
Jan. 3-School Resumes