Newsletter November 4, 2016

Hello Cougar Faithful! It’s been an exciting week at the school. Lots of amazing lessons going on, some sore tummies after candy excesses Monday night, Mrs. Alberts won two more grants, the weather has been extremely cooperative, and your kids have been learning and growing so much.

Don’t forget to check and keep checking lost and found. Especially when you’re here for conferences on either the 15th or 17th. It just stays full. Lots of coats and hats and gloves in there again. At some point, Montana November weather will kick in and they’ll need it all.

Below is some information about an event from the Helena Symphony this weekend. It’s a free event and those are my favorite!

Our next Symphony Kids free concert is coming up on Saturday, November 5th, at St. Paul’s Methodist Church at 10:00 am.

This concert has a different twist… includes singers/actors from the Helena Symphony Chorale performing some of Aaron Copland’s Old American Songs.

AND….best of all….one of your very own, Laura Curtis, will be performing in it.  They will be accompanied by a woodwind quartet and piano.

The curriculum connection is soprano, alto, tenor, and bass voices.

The narrative is written in the style of Dr. Seuss.  The young actors are home school students this time.

The petting zoo will include flute, oboe, clarinet, and bassoon.

Thank you all for your continued volunteering and support in the school. We appreciate your support in your childrens’ educations. You make a difference!

Have a wonderful weekend! Be sure to vote. Consider that the President elected on Tuesday will perhaps be the President when our 5th graders are in college and voting themselves.


Mr. C