5537 The Toledo
Dolphin DialogueNAPLES BAYSIDE ACADEMY
A California Distinguished School 2011
December 2 to January 10, 2014
VISIT US AT: www. Lbschools.net/naples
The Naples Bayside Academy annual Jog-a-thon was held on November 15 and it was a rousing success on all levels. Due to the enthusiasm of all our student runners and generous donations (sponsors and pledges), we were able to raise over $30,000 that will go to support our school programs.
Congratulations to the Jog-a-thon winners
Cozette and David Jones – highest monies in pledges
Jemma Frazier and Joy Maxwell – most money in sponsors
Wyatt Mitchell – highest number of pledges
A huge round of applause goes to Audrey Stark and committee members Denell Vestermark, Lizette Sloop, Nicole Baverstodk, Tracy King, Sandy Headley, and Joy Maxwell for their hard work in coordinating this popular event.
MEET THE MASTERS
Meet the Master’s will start Tuesday, December 3 and the students will be learning about the artist Paul Klee. The project will emphasize abstract composition with line, texture and color. The assembly times are listed below:
TK and Kindergarten 10:00-10:25
Grades 1-3 10:30- 11:00
Grades 4-5 12:15-1:00
Following the student assembly, there will be a parent lesson in the library at 2:15. If you would like to volunteer in your child’s class, please contact Heidi Van Horn at email@example.com.
The Holiday Sing will be held on Wednesday, December 18 at 10:20 and 12:15 so mark your calendars! This year, we will begin with Transitional Kindergarten to accommodate their early dismissal time. The Transitional Kindergarten will only perform at the 10:20 time. Next to perform will be the fifth grade students, followed by fourth grade, and then continue in grade level order. You won’t want to miss this special holiday performance. .Don’t forget to bring your cameras for some priceless photos!
HOLIDAY HAT DAY
Show your school spirit! Student Council is sponsoring “Holiday Hat Day” on Friday, December 20. Please remember to wear uniform attire
NEWS FROM STUDENT COUNCIL
Student Council will be coordinating with the Salvation Army to collect canned goods for needy families who will not have enough food during the holiday season. There will be boxes outside each classroom and the Salvation Army will pick up the food before we leave for the winter break. Only canned goods – no glass jars. Your generosity for those less fortunate is appreciated.
Friday, December 20 is a District-wide minimum day. Dismissal time will be 1:00 for grades K-5. The supervised after school playground will be operating from 1:00 until 2:00. Please make arrangements for picking up children who normally are on the playground until 3:30. Please mark your calendars for the change in schedule.
SEE’S CANDY/COOKIE DOUGH/GIFT WRAP DELIVERY
Please remember that your See’s candy as well as cookie dough and gift wrap orders will be available for pick up in the Cafeteria on Wednesday, December 11. We need to make sure all items are picked up and any delivery issues resolved well before the winter break begins.
2013-2014 yearbook, just follow the directions below. It’s easy so don’t delay! The deadline for submitting photos in 3/1/14. If you have any questions, please contact Jonathan Schnack at
firstname.lastname@example.org Here is how you can submit photos online:
January 20 Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday – No School
January 23 4th & 5th grade to Terrace Theater
January 25 Education Celebration
January 30 Talent Show
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