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Dear Families,See the Art Show Flyer for more information.
The art show is upon us and we need LOTS of help to make it happen with our growing population. There are several ways to help: framing parties, set up, working the donations tables, tear down, and art supply donations. We can’t do this without you!
The MRCS Art Show is the big finale of our school year. It is the way that we celebrate the artistic side of our children and the well-rounded education that our students are receiving at MRCS. If you have not attended in the past, a piece of EVERY child’s artwork is on display and available for a small donation of $10.00 (the money covers the cost of the frame). We have a cookie and punch reception and a Chinese auction. It is a wonderful celebration of art, MRCS, and your children. Please come out and support us.
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Meet your friends for a movie!
Mysteries of the Unseen World
playing on the Big Green Screen
Sources: Tom Ridge Environmental Center Presque Isle
An Important Message about changes in Snow/Cold day policy including 2 hour delays
Dear Montessori Families:
In the past Montessori Regional Charter School has resisted calling a 2 hour delay during inclement weather as we serve 9 different school districts (with diverse policies) and, more importantly, we think that 2 hour delays can be difficult for our working families to manage. However, during the last two winters we have seen a dramatic increase in the number of dangerously cold days in the Erie region and we are concerned about the number of days our students are losing.
Therefore, effective immediately, we are changing our policy and procedure as follows:
This policy is effective immediately – Monday, February 23, 2015. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your support of Montessori Regional Charter School.
Anthony J. Pirrello
Next Tuesday, February 10th MRCS will celebrate our
~4th Annual SPIRIT DAY ~
A day to celebrate our MUSTANG PRIDE!
Each MRCS student will receive a Mustang Pride T-shirt at our rally.
In the Spirit of celebration we will also be holding a Food Pantry Drive on that day to support the Second Harvest Food Pantry on 7th and Raspberry.
To participate in the food drive, please have your student bring in one of the following suggested donations by Tuesday, February 10, 2015.
Donation bins will be available on Friday, February 6 through Friday, February 13, 2015
You may send donations through your child’s backpack, drop off donations during carpool, drop
No glass items please – only plastic, metal and paper containers
GREAT REASONS TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROJECT
Please be aware that your child may be taking a school bus between
This Friday, January 23rd
Mt. Pleasant of Edinboro
14510 Mt. Pleasant Rd.
No RSVP required, pay @ the door
***Parents must accompany children while at Mt. Pleasant.
***Due to weather variations, please check the website or
call ahead to ensure tubing is happening!
Fall is coming to a close and soon winter will be upon us! Join us at the Nature Center for an evening of family-friendly activities including a live animal show, Native American stories, and an outdoor fire to celebrate the last bit of the fall season. The activities will be appropriate for elementary school-aged children. Younger siblings may attend, as well at no additional charge. The evening will conclude with a nature movie and popcorn. Please come dressed for the weather.
Friday, November 14th
Asbury Woods Nature Center
4105 Asbury Road
(children under 5 years are free)
(this is the special discount for MRCS families)**
RSVP & Pay Online at https://registrationdesk.asburywoods.org/programs
**At checkout, please select “YES, I'm currently a member in good standing.” to receive the discounted
pricing. This will NOT add the cost of a membership to your program purchase.
Reservations must be completed online by Tuesday, November 11th
Come join us on Monday, October 13, 2014 to hear a presentation about Responsibility-Centered Discipline, part of the Peace Room Process here at MRCS.
Learn how to become a master of challenging moments with your child!
Child care will be provided
Light refreshments will be served
6:00 – 7:00 @ our North Campus, 606 Raspberry St.
Please R.S.V.P. to 833-7771, ext. 110
Larry Thompson is a popular speaker and a 2011 finalist for National Principal of the Year.
Often called upon to deliver keynote presentations for state and national conferences, educators immediately connect with Larry’s knowledge, humor and passion for assisting today’s students. He has helped hundreds of educators and schools throughout North America break away from their traditional discipline models to a model that creates a responsible climate and responsible students. Larry has served in a wide variety of roles in education – from special education teacher to alternative and traditional high school principal. Recognizing the need for school discipline reform, Larry understands that systems must be created that can be realistically implemented and sustained.
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