Parent Update – May 29, 2015
SUMMER COUNTDOWN: LAST DAY OF SCHOOL IS THIS TUESDAY, JUNE 2ND
The last day of school for all students in preschool through 11th grade is NEXT TUESDAY, JUNE 2ND.
Congratulations to our Class of 2015 seniors, who have now officially become alumni of Olmsted Falls Schools! OFHS held its Commencement Ceremony last evening at CSU Wolstein Center, where a total of 281 Bulldogs officially celebrated the end of their education in Olmsted Falls Schools.
To view news coverage of the event, please click HERE. For parents of seniors interested in ordering official photos taken at Commencement, please see the announcement below. Also, please watch for next week’s blog post which will feature a gallery of additional snapshots from last night’s Commencement Ceremony. Congratulations again to the Class of 2015 and their families!
COMMENCEMENT PHOTOS AVAILABLE ONLINE
Lifetouch was on site to photograph each graduating senior as they came off the stage with their diploma at last night’s Commencement Ceremony. These photos will be available online at www.events.lifetouch.com 10 days after the ceremony for those who wish to purchase them. To view details about purchasing photos, click HERE.
EIGHT BULLDOGS HONORED WITH EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION AWARDS
A total of eight Bulldogs – four Olmsted Falls students and four Olmsted Falls staff members – were honored earlier this month at the Annual Excellence in Education Program held in Independence, OH. This annual awards program, which the Ohio Department of Education/State Support Team and the Educational Service Center of Cuyahoga County partners to sponsor, acknowledges the outstanding achievements of students with disabilities, as well as the contributions of peers and educators. Nominations are submitted each spring by individuals at the school buildings.
It is with great pride that Olmsted Falls School District extends congratulations to the following Bulldogs who were received these prestigious awards this year:
Students: Sophia Krall, Falls-Lenox; Mia Marsico, OFMS; Carly Neely, OFHS and Triston Thompson, OFHS.
Staff Members: Martha Candow, Falls-Lenox; Franca DeMuth, Falls-Lenox; Kelly Fissel, Early Childhood Center and Mike Yurmanovich, OFHS.
Kudos to all of these outstanding Bulldogs! Family members, teachers and district administrators were also able to join these award winners for the special event. To view additional photos from the 2015 Excellence in Education Awards, please click HERE.
BOARD OF EDUCATION HONORS MIDWEST ACADEMIC TALENT SEARCH STUDENTS
Six Middle School students were honored for their achievements in Northwestern University’s Annual Midwest Academic Talent Search competition at last week’s Board of Education meeting. The Midwest Academic Talent Search enables students to participate in ACT and/or SAT tests that are typically taken by college-bound juniors and seniors in high school. Middle school students who achieve a score of 21 or above on the ACT and/or a score of 980 or above on the SAT are recognized as top performers.
OFMS students recognized in this year’s national competition are: Lauren Gumeny, Eric Hanna, Sofie Iwamasa, Lauren Kane, Lillian Beatty and Megan Stohmenger.
Congratulations to each of these students and to their families!
We also want to recognize our teachers who worked with these exceptional students along their path to this point. It is the great education provided at each level, coupled with support in the home, that prepared these students for this achievement and that will continue to help them thrive in the future. Congratulations, again!
THREE MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS PEN AWARD-WINNING ESSAYS ON PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
Essays written by three OFMS students were among the winners in this year’s Elks Americanism Essay Contest. The theme of this year’s contest was: “What The Pledge of Allegiance Means To Me.” Last fall, more than 433 students submitted essay entries locally to Elks Lodge #1815 based in Berea!
Congratulations to Katrina Bongiovanni and Katie Cutts, who were local winners in the 7/8th grade division; and to Caroline Gardner, whose essay went on to win at the district level in the 5/6th grade division. To read a copy of Caroline’s essay, please click HERE.
Each winner was invited – along with their families – to attend the annual Youth Appreciation Dinner at the Berea Elks Lodge earlier this month. Additionally, the Olmsted Falls Board of Education acknowledged these students’ award-winning essays at the May Board of Education meeting.
BE A MYTH BUSTER: KNOW THE FACTS!
MYTH: Olmsted Falls School District is now requiring students to identify specific career pathways at very young ages. The District has implemented a program that forces students to make choices about future careers as early as the elementary school level. At OFHS, students are required to choose a career path before graduation.
FACT: Olmsted Falls School District has placed a priority on exposing students to the idea that there are many careers and opportunities available to them in the world beyond Olmsted Falls Schools, and that they have choices when it comes to future career pathways. Olmsted Falls School District has existing and expanding programs that allow students to research and gain exposure to careers that may be of interest to them. Programs and exploration vary by grade level, and opportunities increase as students reach the middle and high school levels. Career Day events featuring parent and local community volunteers are one example of such exposure at the elementary levels. As students progress into the middle and high school level, more sophisticated guidance and exploration is available. Interest surveys and identification of academic strengths allow students to learn about and explore different directions that may be of interest to them as they prepare for the world beyond Olmsted Falls Schools.
While none of this is really new, Olmsted Falls School District has started to be more targeted in recognizing that students could be exposed to many more connections and opportunities to their particular set of career interests, and dedicating resources toward those efforts. To meet the goal of better preparing our students for their futures, a College & Career Counselor was put in place at Olmsted Falls High School this year. This position has already had a significant impact on resources available for our high school students, and will expand to more actively engage at the middle school level next school year.
About Myth Busters: With continuing and significant changes underway in public education – from the implementation of the Common Core State Standards to the launch of new required state assessments – it is important that parents have the facts. Knowing the real facts can help Bulldog parents spot a myth when they hear one – and there are currently a number of myths out there.
Olmsted Falls School District will feature periodic “Myth Busters” on our Weekly Blog Post. We hope parents will find this new feature informative and, as always, we encourage you to contact your child’s school building or the Board of Education office with any questions.
SPECIAL OLYMPICS BIG HIT FOR STUDENTS AND VOLUNTEERS
A big Congratulations and Thank You to all who participated in the May 19th Special Olympics Track & Field Day, which the Elyria City School District hosted at Ely Stadium. Students with moderate-intensive needs from 15 local school districts competed at the event. Students competed in events such as running, long jump and softball throw. Our Bulldog students practiced hard all year and their enthusiasm and sportsmanship were second to none! Many athletes came home with first, second and third place ribbons! This year’s torch runner was OFHS student Jeff Laird.
Olmsted Falls had 35 students participate. They were Colbie Krakowiak, Anthony DiDonato, Mya McNamara, Emmy Sheldon, Cormac Hannon, Emily Heine, Jonny Clemons, Alexis Andren, Sarah Gaughan, Jacob Siwek, Owen Novak, Yohanna Amoah, Gabe Marrero, Caden Celesky, Mason Mowery, Brooke VanArnhem, Kennedy Smith, Madelyn Truscott, Liam McIlwee, Ian Kody, Preston Brown, Russell Brown, Sarah Stevens, Heather Grant, Lillian Mustafa, Taylor Pettiti, Maeve Leonard, Jeff Laird, Rebekka McElroy, Brionna Lewis, Jakob Belohlavek, Aaron Oehlstrom, Matthew Matzelle, Triston Thompson, and Javier Vargas.
A huge thank you goes out to 40+ Olmsted Falls staff members who attended and helped the students have a fun and safe day and also to the high school students who volunteered to attend the event and help! A very special ‘Thank You’ to the Olmsted Falls Athletic Boosters for the use of its tent and flag. To view a gallery of photos from this event, please click HERE.
OF KIWANIS RECOGNIZES SENIOR KEY CLUB MEMBER
The Contributors Club is an honorary organization that the Olmsted Falls Kiwanis Club established. Working in conjunction with OFHS administration, the Boys & Girls Committee of Kiwanis developed the club as a means of recognizing outstanding contributions made by students to school, community or humanity. These contributions should come in the form of time or work in a volunteer setting in either the school or community, but should focus on efforts outside the classroom. Any student in grades 9-12 is eligible to be considered for this honor and nominations are made by the faculty and staff of the high school.
Last week, Olmsted Falls Kiwanis Club recognized senior Bulldog Mareena Gentry who has been in Key Club for four years and this past year organized and administrated a project called Dawg Pound. It is a project in which Key Club sold snacks after school to students waiting for buses or engaging in after-school activities.The $1,500 proceeds went to the Eliminate Project, the worldwide Kiwanis International project to eliminate maternal/neonatal tetanus. Mareena personally volunteered more than 70 hours during this school year to Key Club. Jenelle Hughes, co-advisor of Key Club, nominated Mareena.
BULLDOG ALUMNI HITS INTO TOP 10 AT KSU
Bulldog 2011 grad Kim Kirkpatrick had a banner career as she graduates from Kent State University next month. The varsity softball team member played her last regular season game Sunday. In her second at bat, she hit a home run over the centerfield fence.
As a player, Kim finishes her career in the Top Ten players in hits, runs scored, doubles, and stolen bases. She started in 185 games of the 187 the team played. KSU also participated in the MAC Conference playoffs.
While an OFHS player, Kim is the only 3-time All-Ohio Player.
Congratulations and continued best wishes to former Bulldog Kim Kirkpatrick!
LOOKING AHEAD: FREE & REDUCED MEALS APPLICATION AVAILABLE ONLINE FOR 2015-16 SCHOOL YEAR
Olmsted Falls School District families participating in the National School Lunch Program for free and reduced meals will be able to apply for the benefit online beginning with the 2015-16 school year. The United States Department of Agriculture will make the application available online this summer, and Olmsted Falls School District will be including a link to the online version of the application within its annual online student information update process. The content of the application will remain essentially the same, however parents will now be able to complete and submit their application online.
By completing the National School Lunch Program application process online, parents will receive immediate confirmation of their applications status. This will allow students with approved applications to begin receiving benefits on the first day of school. Parents will no longer need to wait until the first day of school to receive a paper application to get started, and then wait for confirmation of status. The online application will help streamline and expedite the entire process.
For those families without access to a computer and/or the internet, assistance will be available as needed from school building offices and/or the Food Services Department. Please watch for additional information in early August.
FALLS-LENOX CELEBRATES ITS VOLUNTEERS
Falls-Lenox honored its volunteers May 19th with a ‘Thank You Breakfast.’ The volunteers enjoyed a variety of breakfast items and a music performance by several of Mrs. Wallace’s third-grade classes. Several second-grade classes made placemats and Mr. Skocdopole’s art classes created centerpieces and decorations for the event.
A special thank you to all of our volunteers for their hard work and dedication to helping the students and staff at Falls-Lenox!
BULLDOG BUDDIES PROGRAM APPRECIATES VOLUNTEERS
Falls-Lenox Primary School had another successful year with its Bulldog Buddies mentoring program. This mentoring program to students is provided with the help of the Renaissance Retirement Community residents, OFCS alumni and dedicated community members.
We appreciate all the time, dedication, support and kindness our volunteers have shown throughout this year meeting weekly with their Little Buddies. Words cannot express how much we appreciate you and we hope you received as much out of this program as did our students. To view a photo gallery of this program, click HERE.
OFIS CLASSES SHARE THEIR ANCESTRY IN WORDS, FOOD
Students from Teachers Harb/Atkins/Schafer 5th Grade Team celebrated “Cultural Day” May 18th in great style. Throughout May, they studied immigration, naturalization and immigrants’ reasons for coming to the United States. They explored their families’ ancestry and shared it with their class. The 85 students represented more than 30 countries!
Mrs. Harb created a slide show for the finale celebration that included maps, pictures of the country’s landscape, clothing, food and money of every country that students represented. This allowed students and their families to see parts of their ancestors’ countries and culture.
Children either made a food or provided information for their classes and their guests, which they shared on Cultural Day. They did an amazing job! Many students spoke about the experience of spending an afternoon with their grandparents, learning some history and traditions.
About 200 guests attended the celebration. Many grandparents attended, happy to provide their wisdom to the children, along with stories of immigration. Students walked away with a greater understanding and respect for different cultures. To view a photo gallery of the event, HERE.
COOKIES PROVE VALUABLE IN HANDS-ON LEARNING
The students sold chocolate-covered chocolate chip cookies as part of an economics unit. They studied economic concepts, such as entrepreneurship, production, consumption, human and capital resources.
The profits they received will go to a charity, which has not yet been determined. To view a photo gallery of their work, click HERE.
ATTN: ALL BULLDOG PARENTS – PLEASE HAVE YOUR POWERSCHOOL PARENT ACCOUNT LOGIN INFORMATION READY FOR THE NEW YEAR
As the current school year draws to a close, Olmsted Falls School District is already busy preparing for NEXT YEAR (2015-2016). ALL BULLDOG PARENTS WILL NEED TO BE PREPARED WITH THEIR POWERSCHOOL USERNAME AND PASSWORD in order to update information and forms for their student(s) for the upcoming 2015-2016 school year. Parents will receive an e-mail notification with instructions in early August when the online system is opened and ready for parents to make the required annual updates to student health information, emergency contacts, back-to-school forms, etc.
Making sure that you have the correct PowerSchool parent login information available NOW will make this annual process much simpler and smoother. If needed, we invite you to download and print this “Bulldog Password Keeper,” which you can use to record your PowerSchool Parent Account login information – along with any other school related logins you might want to keep handy in one place.
All Bulldog parents should have existing PowerSchool parent accounts. Please note that you will not be able to access the online student information update system using a student PowerSchool account; you must have your PowerSchool parent account username and password to access the necessary link from within PowerSchool.
Please plan to contact your child’s school building prior to June 12th if you need assistance with your PowerSchool Parent account login information:
Early Childhood Center #440-427-6360
Falls-Lenox Primary School #440-427-6400
Olmsted Falls Intermediate School #440-427-6500
Olmsted Falls Middle School #440-427-6200
Olmsted Falls High School #440-427-6100
Thank you in advance for your assistance in helping get the 2015-2016 school year off to a great start!
HOT DOGS, HAMBURGERS HIGHLIGHTS OFMA PICNIC – WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3RD
The Olmsted Falls Music Association invites all to its end-of-the-school-year picnic at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 3rd, at East River Park on Lewis Road. Just bring a side dish or dessert.
To view a flyer of the event, click HERE.
POST PROM APPRECIATES DONORS
The Olmsted Falls High School 2015 Post Prom Committee would like to THANK the Olmsted Falls/Olmsted Township and surrounding businesses – and all the Class of 2015 parents and families – who donated money, their time and their talents to help make this year’s event a success.
REMEMBER TO SUBMIT ALTERNATIVE TRANSPORTATION REQUESTS BY JUNE 15TH
Parents needing to designate a single alternative pick-up / drop-off address for their students for the 2015-16 year must submit an Alternative Transportation Form by June 15th. Each year new forms are needed even if your requested site is the same. Please click HERE for additional information and to access Alternative Transportation Forms for the 2015-2016 school year.
PLEASE NOTE: NO LATE FORMS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
ATTENTION: COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS STUDENTS
Students planning to take a CCP class at a college campus should meet with a school counselor before the end of the school year to ensure that their high school schedule is organized in a way that will allow for time to attend their college classes. Counselors will be available through June 10, 2015 to make high school schedule changes.
Questions or concerns, contact Aimee Caldrone, College & Career Counselor at 440-427-6152 or email@example.com.
SUPPORT OLMSTED FALLS CLASS OFFICERS CHICK-FIL-A FUNDRAISER ON JUNE 1ST
MARK YOUR CALENDAR for a tasty way to support the OFHS Class Officers!
OFHS class officers will host a fundraiser at Chick-Fil-A on Monday, June 1st from 6:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Mention OFHS Class Officers when you place your order and they will receive 20% of your sale.
ATTN: OFHS STUDENTS/ PARENTS – COUNSELORS’ CORNER: END-OF-SCHOOL-YEAR NEWS
Parents: You may view the list of courses your student scheduled for the 2015-16 school directly in Power School. Click on the CLASS REGISTRATION link on the left of the screen when logged into it. Be sure to contact your student’s school counselor should you have any questions. Counselors are available through June 10th to discuss your student’s course selections for the next school year. Evening appointments are available on June 9th and daytime appointments are available on June 10th. Please call 440-427-6116 to schedule an appointment. THE DEADLINE TO MAKE ANY COURSE ADJUSTMENTS/CHANGES IS JUNE 10TH.
FRESHMAN OPEN HOUSE: Incoming ninth graders for the 2015-16 school year are invited to a Freshman Open House at OFHS from 9-11 a.m. Friday, August 14th. A copy of the student’s schedule will be available to pick up and guided tours of the building will be given by Student Ambassadors.
STUDENT AMBASSADORS: Student Ambassadors are meeting from 1-2:30 p.m. Wednesday, August 12thin the OFHS media center. Ambassadors will make welcome posters for the incoming ninth-grade class and call new students to invite them to the Freshman Open House on Friday, August 14th. Ambassadors are also invited to help us welcome the Class of 2019 at the Freshman Open House from 9-11 a.m. August 14th..
Commencement: Photos of commencement will be available after the ceremony at www.Events.Lifetouch.com for about 10 days.
A BIG ‘THANK YOU’ TO OFMS BOGO VOLUNTEERS
A huge thank you to the following volunteers who took time out of their busy schedules to help with the fair: Kristie Patton, Nicole Humphrey, Katie Fidler, Donna McKee, Tracy Sharp and Shelby Sharp.
2015 BULLDOG SUMMER SPORTS CAMP INFO ON DISTRICT WEBSITE
When school is out for summer, Bulldog students will have many opportunities to stay active with a variety of 2015 Bulldog Summer Sports Camps that begin in June. The OF Athletic Department has posted a list of sports camps available to students this summer – including camp dates, registration deadlines, contact information and links to individual camp forms and registration details.
Please click HERE for the latest 2015 Bulldog Summer Sports Camp information.
STUDENT HEALTH CARE PREPARATIONS FOR 2015-16 SCHOOL YEAR
Health Care Action Plan: If your child has a medical condition that may require treatment at school, such as asthma, diabetes, seizures or severe allergies, etc., you will receive a Health Care Action Plan from your child’s clinic staff. The forms will be sent home prior to the end of this school year. These action plans, which the parent and physician will complete, provide staff with detailed care information should your child become ill at school. The forms should be completed over the summer and returned to the clinic in August during the first week of school.
If your child will need to take medication at school, a medication order form is available on the district’s website.
Medication Pick Up: If your child has medications at school, please arrange for an adult to pick them up prior to the end of this school year. You will receive a notice from your clinic as to days/times. Medications not picked up by Friday, June 12th will be discarded.
New grade 7 students: Ohio law requires a Tdap booster vaccine given prior to entry into the seventh grade. Please bring in your documentation that this is completed to your health clinic in August during the first week of school.
1995 CLASS REUNION DETAILS
The OFHS Class of 1995 will celebrate its 20th class reunion June 20th at the West Side Irish-American Club. The event is from 6-11 p.m. For more details, contact Carly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION’S ANNUAL JOHN SANDERS GOLF OUTING – MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR JULY 25TH!
The 20th Annual John Sanders Memorial Golf Outing is Saturday, July 25th! This event is open all golfers and “want to be” golfers and will be held at Creekwood in Columbia Station. Please join us for a fun day that includes 18 holes of golf (shotgun format), riding cart, lunch, BBQ Ribs and Chicken dinner, golf favors and a chance to win prizes – all for only $85. Tee times will begin at 8:30 a.m.
Don’t miss this great event and an opportunity to support the Alumni Association and its scholarship programs. If you would like to receive a registration form or have questions, please contact the Alumni Office via e-mail at email@example.com or call us at 440-427-6030. Please click here for the registration form. http://www.ofcs.net/docs/Golf%20Registration%20Form%202015.docx.
RELAY FOR LIFE OFFER HEALTH INFO & PRINCESS/HERO PARTY
The Relay for Life event in the community is June 6th and 7th at the Olmsted Falls High School football stadium. It begins at 1 p.m. with a Survivor’s Lap and includes 18 hours of fun, games, live entertainment and fireworks.
Some of the day’s highlights include a special ‘Health Promotions’ area with information about colon and prostate cancer awareness and prevention inside a ‘Strollin’ Colon’ and ‘Elvis the Pelvis.” Also, CERT will offer instructions in ‘Hands Only CPR.’ Click HERE for details about these promotions.
It also will offer a Princess/Super Hero Party from 3-4:30 p.m. Click HERE to view a flyer.
Don’t miss the Luminaria Ceremony – candle remembrance – at dusk, followed by a fireworks display and more fun throughout the night. Hungry? Join us for another famous Kiwanis Breakfast at 6 a.m. Sunday morning. There will be teams and participants in the thousands at the event. Come and see how you can make a difference and make more birthdays!
SUMMER FOOD PROGRAM AVAILABLE @ NORTH OLMSTED SITES
The 2015 Summer Breakfast, Lunch & Snack Program is available to all children and students free of charge to those ages 1-18 in the Olmsted Falls community. It begins June 8th and runs through August 21st. The location at Horizon Center begins June 16th, however. Breakfast is available only at Horizon Center; lunch at seven locations and the afternoon snack at two sites. All food must be consumed on site. This is a USDA program.
To view a detailed flyer that includes all locations, click HERE.
SAND VOLLEYBALL TOURNEY TO RAISE FUNDS FOR SCHOLARSHIPS
The 3rd annual FallsSTRONG Sand Volleyball Tourney will be Friday, June 5th at Razzles on Bagley Road. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. with games following at 10. The cost is $20/player with a 6-person team minimum.
FallsSTRONG is raising money for 2016 senior scholarships. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
OPA OFFERS SCHOLARSHIPS – APPLICATION DEADLINE JUNE 29TH
The Olmsted Performing Arts has a new scholarship program to begin or further one’s education of the arts. It will offer two need-based and one desire-based scholarship each year. The application deadline is June 29th. To view a flyer with detailed information, click HERE.
CITY SUMMER CONCERTS SET FOR JUNE, JULY
Olmsted Falls’ Parks and Recreation Board offers the community two concerts – June 28th and July 26th. The Sunset Country Band will perform in June and Paradise Sunset, July. Both run from 6-8 p.m. at East River Park on Lewis Road. To see a flyer, click HERE.
BROADWAY ACTING CAMP COMES TO OLMSTED FALLS
REGISTER NOW … A Class Act NY and Voice Variations hosts Broadway Stars, Natalie Gallo (JERSEY BOYS, MAMMA MIA) and Halle Morse (MAMMA MIA) for a 6 day NYC Broadway Camp In Olmsted Falls in June. A few spots are still available. Click Here to Register! Download flyer for additional details HERE.
OF SOCCER ASSOCIATION/KSU SUMMER CAMP READY FOR PLAYERS, CLINICS JUNE 22nd-26th
Register now for the official OFSA camp For players ages 3-14 set for June 22nd through June 26th. This summer camp at the Schady Road complex is designed for two levels – Soccer-Tots, ages 3-7 that is a development-level clinic for new players or recreation level players and a Travel/Club for ages 7-14, which is a technique and skill-focused clinic for travel players. It features NCAA coaches and players. For more details and a registration form, go to olmstedsoccer.com and click on ‘Camps and Clinics.”
OLMSTED FALLS LACROSSE 2015 SUMMER CAMP
The Olmsted Falls Lacrosse Association will hold its 2015 Summer Camp July 13-15 at OFMS campus. Open to boys and girls grades K-8. Beginner and advanced breakout groups. $45 (includes t-shirt). Register online at www.olmstedfallslax.com. To view flyer, click HERE.
OCC OFFERS SUMMER BASKETBALL, TENNIS CAMPS
Girls and boys going into grades 1 through 8 may attend Olmsted Community Center’s Summer Basketball Camp. The sessions are from July 14 through August 6. Sessions are $75. Register online at olmstedcc.com or stop by the center. To view a detailed flyer, click HERE.
The center’s Tennis Camp is for those going into grades 5-9. Participants will be divided into beginning, intermediate and advanced levels. The five-day camp is $60, which includes a water bottle. To view a flyer, click HERE. Register at olmstedcc.com or at the center.
SUMMER ART AND FLAG FOOTBALL PROGRAMS OFFERED THROUGH OLMSTED RECREATION
Youngsters in kindergarten through grade may enjoy a week of creating art programs from June 15th through the 26th at Olmsted Falls Intermediate School. The program is through the Olmsted Rec. The activities include silk screening, watercolor portraits and hanging mobiles. The cost is $40 per student. A detailed flyer is available by clicking HERE.
Flag football is a recreational and FUNpetitive league. It is open to boys and girls in grades kindergarten through grade 4. Games will be played at OFIS, with practices beginning the week of Aug. 31. To view a flyer, click HERE.
Date: 06/25/2015 Start Time: 3:00 PM End Time: 4:00 PM
Description: Attention writers! Engage in some quick and fun writing activities to get your creative ideas going with Rhonda Helms, author of Promposal.
Registration required. Grades 6-12.