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Family Science Night will take place on March 11 from 6:00-7:30!
Bring the whole family for a fun night of science!
Please click here to RSVP!
*** SILENT AUCTION TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW ***
We are excited about our Silent Auctioncoming up on Saturday, March 14 from 7pm-11pm in the Cardinal Room at the Golf Club of Indiana.
Please visit the silent auction website for event details. The auction will be held on March 14th! You can purchase tickets for the event, register to begin bidding for the auction, encourage out-of-town family to bid on items, or make a monetary donations online. Click here for more information and all the details.
GRADE LEVEL BASKET DONATIONS:
Grade-level bins will be out near the front office to collect donations for the grade level baskets. REMEMBER: The grade level that has the most donations by March 1 wins a popsicle party.
The whole grade wins!!!
WHERE WE STAND WTIH DONATIONS
Kindergarten/Theme: Spring Break & Summer Essentials.
Suggested items include pool passes, towels, coolers, toys and sunscreen. No donations have been made in this grade level yet.
1st Grade/Theme: Books & Reading.
Suggested items include books, magazines, blankets, kindle, journal and Amazon gift cards. We have received 3 books.
2nd Grade/Theme: In the Kitchen.
Suggested items include gourmet foods, drinks, cookbooks, utensils aprons and restaurant gift cards. We have received a cook book stand, cook book, spatula, Christmas spinkles and Christmas cookie cutters.
3rd Grade/Theme: Arts & Crafts.
Suggested items include art supplies, rainbow loom, knitting, scissors, glue and Michaels gift cards. We have received two things of fun dough.
4th Grade/Theme: Family Fun.
Suggested items include games, movies, memberships, tickets, spa gift cards or book store gift cards. We have received a $25 gift card.
If you can make a donation to the wine pull please contact Stacey Singer at firstname.lastname@example.org
There are many ways to get involved and easily contribute to the efforts of the PTO. You can bring in items to contribute to the grade-level baskets, make a donation to the Wine Pull, or, if you own or work at a business that would like to buy advertising, we have space starting at $250 in our new auction online format. You could also offer a good or service to be donated and included in an auction package. Maybe you have a friend or neighbor that could help by making a donation.
Some ideas you might consider:
- any type of gift cards for local businesses (e.g., restaurants, spas/salons, retail stores, etc.)
- tickets to a sporting event or show (especially if you have a season ticket package)
- free stays in vacation homes/hotels or vacation packages
Please consider ways that you can help us have the best silent auction to date! The PTO would love to hear from you! Any questions or ideas please email Stacy Holdsworth at email@example.com
HELPING OUR CHILDREN BUILD POSITIVE FRIENDSHIPS
While our children may find academics come easily, the complex nature of managing friendships is often something they find difficult. How can parents support sensitive gifted kids as they navigate relationships with others? When is parent involvement helpful and when is it important to coach or stand back to let your child work through these interactions on his or her own? Licensed clinical psychologist, Amy Rexroth, will share examples and suggestions of situations frequently experienced by our children in their social lives and how parents can help them successfully cope and thrive.
Join us on Wednesday, March 11 from 7:00-8:00 p.m. at the ESC for an evening of discussion with Amy Rexroth.
I have had a lovely time getting to know everyone here – students, staff and even some parents!
I would like to extend another invitation to feel free to pop in to the media center any time and volunteer some of your precious time. The door is open! (And the help is ALWAYS appreciated.)
Honestly, any time you have to offer – even if it is only for 10 minutes – would be such a help.
The kind volunteers I've had offered to check books in, check students out (both easy tasks that can be taught quickly), or help with the students in their search of a book. If you are interested in helping, you can email me, use this link, or just pop in at your convenience.
If you would like to receive text message reminders about PTO events, please sign up for the SGE PTO Remind Service by following the instructions below:
Enter this number: (317) 288-3299
Text this message: @sgepto
Text this message: @sgepto
Families, as you change out your child's wardrobe from spring/summer to fall/winter, please consider donating your children's clothing to our SGE Clinic. We are in need of all children's sizes, but we have the greatest need for smaller sizes for our kindergarten friends, this includes the need for store-bought and packaged undergartments. Any donation would be greatly appreciated!
Are you looking for ways to volunteer at Stonegate? Please click on the link below to sign up!
This is a friendly reminder of our new volunteer background check guidelines. As of January 1st, 2014, there are two types of background checks - Limited and Full. The full details of this can be found by clicking here.
We wanted to ensure you were aware of the "Full" background check guidelines, since there is a fee and it take additional time to get this processed.
The "full" background check is required when anyone volunteers with students & is working with them without the teacher supervision and/or if you accompany us on a school field trip. It does take 5-7 days to process and there is also cost of $15.95, which is payable online. Once it submitted and cleared, it lasts for five years.
If you plan to volunteer and at some point you are asked to work with them by the teacher without his/her supervision and/or if you do plan on attending future field trips, please do submit the "full" background check. This link here will take you directly there.
We thank you for your assistance to this matter!