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Scholastic Book Fair is HERE @ both DBP & DBM!
Mark the dates on your calendar!
March 27-31st (9:30am-4:00pm Mon -Thurs & 9:30-2:00pm on Friday) with a Family Night on Thursday 3/30/17
(5:30-7:00pm). We hope to see you there!
**We would love any and all volunteers. Please contact Rachael Marlow (DBM) or Kara Wooley (DBP) if you have any time available. Thank you!!
Online store links (3/24-4/6):
DBP - Family Engineering & Science Family Night
Join us on Thursday evening, March 30th, from 5:30-7:00 p.m. for Daybreak Primary’s annual Science and Engineering night. A variety of scientific experiments and projects for students of all ages will be set-up in the cafeteria and small gym for families to explore together. Experiments include: Awesome Arches, Sounds with Kazoos, Aluminum Foil Boat Designs, Match Box Car Wind Resistance, and Artistic Robots.
** Don't forgot to stop by the Book Fair on your way in or out!
Daybreak has some events coming up with help
from our Daybreak Dragons Booster Club!
Booster Club Events:
-Parents Night Out! March 24th 6-9pm-Parents Night Out! April 30th 6-9pm-Daybreak Dragons 5k Fun Run/Walk April 30th @ 9am Information Registration
Booster Club Meetings:
-April 12th 6:30pm Library
-May 3rd 6:30pm Library
-June 7th 6:30pm Library
It’s that time of year again - HIV/AIDS Prevention curriculum in the classroom
The curriculum preview & opt-out instructions are up year-round on the district website: http://www.battlegroundps.org/home/hiv-aidsprevention/hiv-aids-curriculum
Parents are invited to preview the HIV/AIDS Prevention materials:
- Anytime on the district website (see above link)
- On October 26, 2016 at Maple Grove K-8 from 5:00 to 6:00 PM in the library/media center
- Anytime in person in the middle & high
- school offices
- By appointment at the District Office
Parents may opt their child/children out of this curriculum teaching if they wish, either online, print off form from below (print link), or by requesting a form in their school office (refer to links below):
Reminder: If you've previously opted out 1 or more children before, you don’t need to again. Your family will remain opted out unless instructed otherwise.