What’s CASTA? It’s a whole ES arts event celebrating the arts, thus the name Celebrate and Share the Arts (C.A.S.T.A.)
This year it’s on Thursday April 26.
There are 3 parts:
– 1. Each student has an artwork on display in the Visual Arts Exhibition
– 2. Each class will perform sometime during the CASTA Day.
– 3. Each student and teacher wears their CASTA Tie Dye t shirt!
In the last few weeks, there have been a few parents inquiring of when Dribbling Dragons will be begin this school year. The dates for Dribbling Dragons are set and will be begin on Monday, May 14. The registration form for the program will go out to classes on Tuesday, April 24th. Please if you have any questions about the Dribbling Dragon program feel free to stop by the activities office in the next week.
Those families new to the school, Dribbling Dragons is a four week (Monday and Wednesday) basketball program offered to 3rd, 4th, and 5th Graders.
Please be advised that Grade 5 students will participate in this all-day event if the air quality is good. However, if the AQI is above 150, the swimming part will still be held. Make sure your child has everything he or she needs to join in the fun by checking the list posted here previously.
Come learn about what to expect in the Middle School (MS). During this useful talk, which will be held in the MPR from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm this Wednesday, on April 18th you will learn about the following:
- Middle School philosophy
- Opportunities for academic and extra-curricular involvement
- Differences in the schedule from ES to MS
- And other available programs.
The transition into middle school is full of social and physical milestones, but with the right strategies you and your child can make this step with confidence.