Mini Bulldog Newsletter: March 16, 2018


Dance with Josh Ekblom Mondays K-3 ~ 8:55-12:10

Dance with Josh Ekblom Wednesdays 4 & 5 ~ 8:55-10:30

Dr. Chess Wednesdays 12:30-2:00

Zoo To You – on Campus for Orange Forum Tues., March 20 ~ 10:00 a.m.

“Carnival” Party for Red & Purple-MPR Wed., March 21 ~ 10:30-12:30

Screenagers Screening at Laguna M.S. Wed., March 21 ~ 6:30-8:30

Red & Purple to the Wolf Museum, S.B. Thurs., March 22 ~ 8:00-3:00

Blue Forum to Beauty & The Beast/Laguna Thurs., March 22, ~ 9:00-11:30

Minimum Day, beginning of Spring Break Fri., March 30 ~ 12:30 dismissal

Spring Break M-F, April 2-6

BSFCS School Carnival

As a tradition, the 22nd school carnival will be held on Sunday, May 20th, 2018 on campus from 12:00 to 4:00 p.m.  We have a petting zoo, a new food vendor, a family keepsake carnival photo-op, a rock climbing wall, 30’ obstacle course, a 2 lane bungee run, hamster balls on water, bungee trampoline jumps and much much more!  It will include 7 raffles to be won! Each class K-6 will create a raffle basket to “OOHHH” and “AHHH” over! And of course, the cake walk . . . where everyone wins! This is a fun family day and there will be no auction items.  Wristbands will be sold on site for unlimited use of all activities for $20 per child. We hope to see you all there.

Please contact Megan Horner with questions, interest in helping, and donations.

Mama’s & Papa’s Event

  Bellevue-Santa Fe Charter School Community is happy to announce our First Annual Adult Evening.  This event will be our school’s single most important fundraiser of the year & is necessary in order for us to continue to provide our students with educational experiences outside of standard curriculum.

  This summer with campus renovations taking place, all of the classrooms will be moved around.  We want to put effort into preserving our schools traditions and embracing some new ones. Written into our Charter is Garden & SciTech, the garden is an outdoor classroom that we hold dear.  The relocation and design of this space will need support not provided by the Measure D funds. Other areas with needed assistance are the PTO start up, solar project contribution, special assemblies and the school carnival.

  The Engle family has graciously donated their home for this event.  The ticket sales will include food catered from Haute Skillet, and a beer & wine bar.  This event will have a raffle for a wine-pull and a pledge, there will be no auction items.  A formal invitation will be sent next week.

Please contact Megan Horner with questions, interest in helping, and donations.


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