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    Bel Air Weekly Update

    Week of October 31 - November 4, 2016 

      

    Monday, October 31:

     

    10:00-11:15 am - 1st Gr - Pumpkin Party 

    1:00-3:00 pm - 5th Gr - Bowling Trip - Flahertys 

    2:00-3:00 pm - 2nd Gr - Fall Pumpkin Party

    2:00-3:00 pm - 4th Gr - Fall Party

    2:20-3:00 pm - 3rd Gr - Fall Party 

      

     

    Tuesday, November 1:

     

    3:30-4:45 pm - 4th Gr - Math Club - Rm 204

    3:30-4:45 pm - 5th Gr - Math Club - Rm 211, 223 


     

    Wednesday, November 2:

     

    9:00-11:45 am - 3rd Gr - Dodge Nature Ctr - Poore, Huspek

    12:00-2:40 pm - 3rd Gr - Dodge Nature Ctr - Denu, Giampietro, Humke

    3:30-4:45 pm - 4th Gr - Math Club - Rm 204

    3:30-4:45 pm - 5th Gr - Math Club - Rm 211, 223

     
      

    Thursday, November 3:

     

    7:30-8:15 am - Communication Morning 

    4:00-7:00 pm - Communication Night 

    3:30-4:45 - Mentoring 

     

     

    Friday, November 4:  NO SCHOOL - Teacher Workday

     

     

     

    Future events


    Nov. 7-10                 Book Fair - IMC - 8:30 am - 7:30 pm
     
    Nov. 10                     Communication Night - 4:00-7:00 pm

    Nov. 11                     Student Council Mtg - Rm 209 - 7:45-8:30 am
     
    Nov. 17                     2nd Gr - MN History Center  - 9:30 am - 2:30 pm 
     
    Nov. 21-26                NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Break
     

    Drive Slow    Reminder - The speed limit in the school drives is 10 mph.  Please use caution when dropping off and picking up your student.

     


    Bel Air Sweatshirts

    If you have any gently used Bel Air sweatshirts, please consider donating back to the school.  Just drop them off in the Bel Air school office for Mark Suggs.   

     
     

    Mentoring Volunteers 

    Bel Air is looking for Mentoring Volunteers.  Mentoring is a weekly after-school program held on Thursdays from 3:30-4:45 beginning Oct. 27.  If you are interested in working with and helping Bel Air students, please contact Mark Suggs - 651-621-6324 or mark.suggs@moundsviewschools.org.

     
     

    VOLUNTEERS STILL NEEDED FOR THE FALL BOOK FAIR - November 7-10

    Volunteers are still needed for the following role:

    Selling Merchandise for a 2 to 2.5 hour shift during the fair:
                            
    Monday, November 7th
    8:30 to 10:30 am (1 slot)
    10:30 am to 12:30 pm (1 slot)
    3:00 to 5:30 pm (1 slot)
    5:30 to 7:30 pm (1 slot)

    Tuesday, November 8th
    8:30 to 10:30 am (1 slot)
    10:30 am to 12:30 pm (2 slots)
    12:30 to 3:00 pm (1 slot)
    3:00 to 5:30 pm (2 slots)
    5:30 to 7:30 pm (1 slot)

    Wednesday, November 9th
    8:30 to 10:30 am (2 slots)
    10:30 am to 12:30 pm (2 slots)
    12;30 to 3:00 pm (1 slots)
    3:00 to 5:30 pm (2 slots)
    5:30 to 7:30 pm (2 slots)

    Thursday, November 10th
    3:00 to 5:30 pm (2 slots)
    5:30 to 7:30 pm (2 slots)

    Volunteers receive SPECIAL INCENTIVES, including chances to win free books!  Volunteer and automatically be entered in a drawing for a $25 certificate good toward books or merchandise at the fair.  Your name can be entered multiple times, once for each shift you work.

    To volunteer, please contact Diane Glasheen at diane.glasheen@yahoo.com or 651-271-1852.

     Thank you for your support!

     
      
    Support for later high school start times

    This fall, parents, staff, high school students and community members were invited to participate in a community engagement process around school start times. The community was asked to answer open-ended questions online and assign stars to the thoughts of others who responded. 
    In response to the feedback provided by the community, the Board directed the administration to develop school start times options for consideration and review at the November 15 School Board meeting. For more information, visit www.moundsviewschools.org/starttimes.

     At the October 25 School Board meeting, Thoughtexchange presented the summarized results of the community engagement process. The public engagement revealed the following.

    • Widespread support for later high school start times was expressed by all groups: parents, students, staff and community members.

    • This support far surpassed any other theme expressed, including a desire to not change start times.

    • The greatest concerns and questions were related to the impact on students and families, with specific concerns about before- and after-school activities.

      

    Recycle For the Rainforest November 5th-20th

    Do you want to help save the rainforests? By recycling your old cell phones and other electronics you can make a difference in protecting these endangered environments! Girl Scout Troop 55409 is sponsoring a recycling drive from November 5th through November 20th. What do you need to do? Simple. Just bring those old cell phones and chargers to your school office and put them in the designated box. That’s all there is to it.
     
    Accepted Items  - Cell phones, Chargers,  Digital cameras, iPods, iPads, MP3s, WiFi Cards, Handheld games (like Gameboy), Handheld GPS units, E-readers
     
    Items We cannot Accept - Computers, Laptops and Large Game Consoles 
     
    If the item still works, it will be donated to people in need or resold. Please turn off phones, erase sim cards, and reset to original factory settings. If an item does not work, the minerals in the electronics will be recycled for future electronics. Any proceeds from resold items are donated to environmental programs through the Minnesota Zoo.
     
    If you have further questions, please contact Sarah Orman at seorman@hotmail.com.
     
     
      

    Ralph Reader Operation Joy - Information 

     
     

    Ralph Reader Food Shelf Thanksgiving Baskets - Information 

     

    November Home & School Connection

    (English) (Spanish

     
     

    Building Security Procedures

    A visitor screening system helps track visitors and volunteers at each school, providing a safe and monitored environment for students and staff. When parents come to pickup their child(ren), or visitors check in, they will be asked to present a valid state issued ID for entering into the system.
    Phone Numbers/Staff Directory 
    Staff phone numbers and email addresses are available on the Bel Air Website at: http://mounds.schoolwires.net/belairstaff. To reach a teacher via email: firstname.lastname@moundsviewschools.org.  
     
     

    Parent Handbook

    The Bel Air Elementary Parent Handbook will be available online on the Bel Air Website.  
     
    Please contact the Bel Air Office if you would prefer a hard copy.
     
     

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    Stay in touch with the happenings at Bel Air School.  Every Friday evening our weekly Bel Air Update is sent via e-mail.  Or it is available by visiting our Bel Air School website.  If you need a hard copy, please contact the school office.
     
     
     

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