September 6, 2010 - Volume 2 - 2010
    
....... CCDS INFORMER
Mrs. Roberts - Headmistress

 

Smiling faces, excited teachers and students, and greeting
new and returning families last week were all wonderful
outward signs of the positive energy felt on campus as
school began. Each fall awakening to the possibilities a new
school year offers brings its own special sense of joy to all of us.

The big news for this week is Back to School Night
this Thursday.
I cannot emphasize enough how important
this evening is for your family. It is an adult only event where
teachers share their programs and expectations for the year
with you. Armed with this knowledge, you will be able to support your child’s progress
throughout the year. I sent the scheduled times for each class out on Friday, but they
are listed again in this Informer.

The first CCDS Parent Association’s room rep meeting will take place in Hinde Hall
on Wednesday morning the 8th of September at 8:00. I encourage you to attend –
the more the merrier.
We will be planning the events for the school year and assigning
which grade levels are responsible for each event. I hope you can join us. Even if you
can’t be a full time room representative, you will be in the know about the major school
events this year.

Thank you for continuing to following the drop of and pick up procedures..
It truly helps to keep our children safe.

 

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BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT SCHEDULE
6:00 - 7:00 pm
Junior Kindergarten, Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grades will meet with the classroom teachers in their respective classrooms

7:00 - 7:30 pm
General session will be held for all parents in Hinde Hall

7:30 - 8:30 pm
3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th grades will meet with the classroom teachers in their respective classrooms.
 

STARTING THE YEAR OFF RIGHT TIPS
ARRIVAL TIME:
 - Students should arrive no earlier than 7:45 and no later than 7:55.
Please remember that your child’s teacher is starting the day for all 16 children.
So drop off your child and do not linger to talk to the teacher.
Classes begin at 7:55 sharp.

DISMISSAL TIME:
 -Students are dismissed at 2:55 and should be picked up no later than 3:05. 
If you need to meet with your child’s teacher, please schedule a conference
at 3:05 ahead of time.
-Pick-up time on Wednesdays is at 2:30. Please be on time so that the teachers
may start their staff development meetings immediately after dismissal.

In the interest of fairness to those enrolled in After School Care, all children not
enrolled in one of the After School Care Programs
will be sent to After School
Care and charged $10 for every 15 minutes parents are late.
Parents are considered late if their child is not picked up by 10 minutes after
dismissal time.


PICK-UP AND DROP OFF PROCEDURES
These are always busy times, but by following the rules, you can help us keep all
of our students safe and the procedures as efficient as possible. Thank you in
advance for your attention to the following rules.
PLEASE DO NOT GET OUT OF YOUR CAR IF YOU USE THE LOADING ZONE IN
FRONT OF THE SCHOOL, EVEN FOR JUST A MOMENT.

-If you are in the loading zone, your child will be brought to your car in the
afternoon and a 6th grade ambassador will help your child/children get out
of the car in the mornings.
- The parking lot across the street is open if you want to help your child in and out
of your car in the morning. Please pass these instructions on to anyone dropping
off orpicking up your child.
- The PE lot will be open for overflow parking in the afternoons from 2:55 to 3:05
or 2:30 – 2:40.
- Please join the end of the line for the loading zone. Sometimes it wraps around
the corner, but we will move it forward as quickly as possible. Remember no cutting.
-Double parking is not allowed and children will not be released to cars that are
double-parked.
- Children riding bikes will be dismissed from the gate closest to the church.

CROSS WALKS
-If you are picking up your child and walking or taking them to your car in the
parking lot, keep a clear view of the cross walks for approaching cars by waiting
to the 10th Street side of the gate.
LUNCHES
- The students should bring their lunches to school in the mornings.
If it is necessary for you to deliver a lunch later in the day, please take it to the office.
It will be delivered to your child’s classroom.

SIGNING OUT CHILDREN DURING THE DAY
- If you need to pick up your child during the day, send a note to the teacher in
the morning. Then they can have you’re your child ready to go with homework etc,
ahead of time.
-When you pick up your child, go to the school office and sign out the student
before you pick her/him up from the classroom.

SCHOOL TIME MEDICATIONS
Please remember it is imperative that all medication your child must take during
the school day be sent to the school office in its original packaging, labeled with
instructions. Children should not be told to take oral medication at school
by themselves.

WHEN IN DOUBT ABOUT SOMETHING, CHECK YOUR PARENT HANDBOOK
OR CALL THE OFFICE.

 

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MUSICAL NOTES
Teachers’ note: Music Program Year 3, week 1.
CD 4 TRK 9. Script p. 116

The feature composer of the week is George Frederic Handel (1685-1759).
The feature composition is Concerto Grosso, Op.6 No. 5 Allegro.
 

........ VIRTUE FOR SEPTEMBER IS LOVE

SPIRITUAL NURTURE

We welcome Chaplain Terry Dirbas to Christ Church Day School


 HAPPY BIRTHDAY
 
Ryan Brophy - (1st)  9/10

 

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Yes – our main fund raiser for the school will be upon us before we know it.
Save the date and get involved. Silent Auction, Live Auction,
Champagne Reception, wonderful food and yes – Golf!
The Golden Ticket will return this year!

SPONSORSHIP AND UNDERWRITING OPPORTUNITIES 2010

*Principal Sponsor
KINDLY SPONSORED BY THE KOOP GROUP
Kathy Koop, Allison Koop-Rice and Karrie Koop-Gilby

Wine Party ( Kick Off ) – generously hosted and sponsored by
Joe and Caylee Pinsonneault

OPPORTUNITIES STILL AVAILABLE

**Champagne Reception and auction viewing sponsor - $4,000
Acknowledgment and prominent recognition
on invitations and auction program
Foursome for golf
Priority dinner seating for eight
Tee sign
Premier bottle of Champagne at table
Full page ad in auction program

Premier Sponsor - $1600
Foursome for golf, priority seating for eight, tee sign

Silver Sponsor - $1100
Priority seating and golf for four, tee sign

Driving Range - $800
You provide a banner of your company to be displayed
on driving range, and your company name mentioned
in acknowledgment letter sent to each golfer.

Drink Cart - $500 (two carts)
Your name on the golfer drink cart.

Tee Sponsor - $250 (no limit)
Your name prominently displayed on a sign
at one of the tee boxes.

Individual Player ( includes lunch, dinner and golf ) - $195
Dinner only - $60

UNDERWRITING OPPORTUNITIES

Golfer Gifts - $1500
Centerpieces - $1000
Artwork Framing - $750
Postage - $350 – Joe and Caylee Pinsonneault
Golf prizes - $400
Teacher dinners - $600
Designer bag for auction - $300 (or in kind)

All sponsors and underwriters are prominently recognized
in the evenings printed program.
Please contact Jackie Scotchmer 619 573 8224
jackie@constellationproperty.com or
Scott Grimes 619 871 4282 scott@parklifeproperties.com
for more information.
** This sponsorship helps offset general operational costs of the event.

Looking for silent auction items!! Vacations, jewelry, sporting goods etc –
please contact Tami Woods at twoods@san.rr.com

Class Live Auction Items – please start thinking and putting packages together.
JK to 2nd grade please contact Cary Gould at jgould@san.rr.com and 3rd to
6th grades please contact Stephanie Wilbur at awilbur@san.rr.com

 

.......... WEEKLY REMINDERS

MONDAY, September 6
NO School – Labor Day.

TUESDAY, September 7
Chapel 8:00 am.
Club signups this week.
JK & Kindergarten
dismiss
12:25 all week
and now eat lunch
at school.
1st – 6th dismiss 2:55 pm.
After School Care for
1st graders begins.

WEDNESDAY, September 8
Room Representatives meet
8:00 am. HH

Practice Fire Drill.
Send in $4.00 to purchase
Hot Lunch
(if your child wants it on Friday)
if you are not prepaying Hot Lunch
for the semester.
JK & K dismiss 12:25 pm.
1st – 6th dismiss 2:30 pm.

THURSDAY, September 9
Chapel 8am.
4th celebrates California.
1st – 6th dismiss 2:55 pm
BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT
6:00 – 8:30 pm.


FRIDAY, September 10
6th Grade Parent coffee
with Mrs. Roberts 8:00 am HH.
ART – K – 9:30; 1st – 10:45;
5th-12:45; 6th-1:45.
HOT LUNCH – 12:00 noon
1st – 6th dismiss 2:55 pm.

HOT LUNCH for Friday is:
Bean and cheese burritos, carrot and
celery sticks and watermelon.
Grade level parents who will serve
this first hot lunch will be chosen
during the Room Rep meeting on
Wednesday. Be sure to send in $4.00
on (ORDER DAY) Wednesday if you
are not prepaying for hot lunch and
wish for your child to have it on Friday.
No IOU’s.
THANK YOU to Mary Anne Haskell
and Jamie Soricelli for volunteering
as lunch coordinators this year.
 

OFFICE NOTES
Going home today:
Club signup forms –
clubs are for 2nd – 6th grades.
Baton lessons flyer.
Hot Lunch prepay order form.
Community flyers.

 

.......... MARK YOUR CALENDAR

WEDNESDAY, September 15
Art Parent Volunteer Meeting
K – 1st grades 1:15 – 2:00 pm
2nd –6th grades 2:00 – 2:30 pm
Meet in St. Peter’s Chapel.

FRIDAY, September 17
Grandparents Day
Starts at 2:20pm in church.

!! SAVE THE DATE !!
CCDS Golf Tournament
Friday, November 5

 

.......... CHRIST CHURCH NEWS

CHURCH NEWS

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weekly newsletter for the latest information
www.christchurchcoronado.org/enews

 

.......... CCDS Mission Statement

The Educational Mission of
Christ Episcopal Church is
predicated on Anglican
Theologians of The 17th
Century who suggested that
human reason offers a tool to
interpret scriptures and to
wrestle with the most difficult
issues of humanity. It is our
desire to establish a learning
environment that fosters the
development of reason and
critical thinking skills to serve
in the exploration of the deepest
issues of humanity and to better
understand our responsibilities
as individuals for the well-being
of society. It is an environment
founded on the love of God and
the love of our fellow human beings.

 

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