In this issue: Spring music concert / Yearbook needs your pictures / Sign in late arrivals! / Pancake breakfast an outstanding success
SPRING MUSIC CONCERT
Save the date! Thursday April 13.
Afternoon matinee, 1:00 – 2:30pm.
Evening performance, 6:30 – 8:00pm.
Our Spring Concert is quickly approaching! All classes, Kindergarten through 8th grade, will each be performing. This is a very special occasion and showcases the culmination of what your children have been learning this year in music class. All performances need an audience - don’t miss it!
More information on dress code, student arrival times, parking, etc. will be forthcoming.
LAST PLEA FOR YEARBOOK PICTURES
The yearbook is a celebration of all the amazing learning experiences that happen for your children here at Cascade Heights and a repository of memories for them to treasure as they grow up. Thank you for your help!
REMINDER ABOUT LATE ARRIVALS
Sign in late arrivals!
Our doors open at 7:45am to allow children time to get to their classrooms, prepare for their day, and be seated by 8:00am. The doors are closed at 7:55am as children who arrive after that time will be late to their classroom. If you arrive at morning drop off and the doors are closed, please make sure you come into the office to sign in for your children. They will get a late slip to enter class.
Attendance is taken at 8:00am. Children should be in their seats ready to learn at this time. Children who are not in their seats when attendance is taken are marked absent. Signing in when children are tardy is how the office knows they are on campus. Changing the absence to a tardy is done by the office, not classroom teachers.
Children arriving to class after 8:00am without a late slip will be sent back to the office and you will be recalled to the school to sign them in. This is for the safety of the children and your peace of mind. Signing in is the only way to ensure we know children are on campus.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING THE 8TH GRADE PANCAKE BREAKFAST
It was such a pleasure seeing everyone at Applebee’s on Saturday. You probably enjoyed seeing eighth grade seating, serving, and bussing tables. They served 131 plates and raised (drum roll, please!) $1400. This means the class has 90% funding for their Ashland trip and they are very grateful to all the Falcon families who came.