Monday, October 17, 2011

Weekly Update from the P.S./I.S. 217 (Roosevelt Island School) PTA



Thank you!

Thank you to everyone who made the International Dinner possible. It was an amazing event full of fun and great food! We are greateful to all the parents and kids who came and share their love for their native countries, food and culture.



We are sorry to tell you that international flags from the lobby and 2nd floor had to be taken down. They will be back soon after fireproofing (fire expection requirement).


Monday, 17th - Picture Day
Tuesday, 18th - PTA Executive Board Meeting - 8:40am in the library All parents may attend, however only Exec. Board Members may vote, if needs be that an item comes to a vote.
Thursday, 20th - General PTA Meeting, 8:40am - 9:30am.**** All parents are encouraged to attend.


Halloween Party - October 28th
3-5 pm Family Fun!
Crafts, Pumpkins, & Firefighters
Snacks and drinks for purchase
Children $5/each (2 yo and under - FREE)
7-10 pm Monster Mash Dance!!
for Middle School Students and PS/IS 217 Alumni up to 10th grade
Admission $10 (includes 1 slice of pizza and 1 soda)
ATTN: The Monster Mash will take place if we have at least 8 volunteers from Middle School parents by tomorrow October 17th, Monday (see separate email)
Spirit week - October 24-28th
The themes for the week are:
Monday: Spirit day, wear school colors or school shirts, old or new!
Tuesday: Pajama Day
Wednesday: Team Day- wear your favorite team shirts or colors
Thursday: Dress for Success: dress up day!
Friday: Halloween Dress-up (no masks or weapons)

Have a great week!

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