Principal’s Corner

unnamedDear Charlemagne families,

We began our “Golden Ticket” positive behavior booster this past week at school.

 

Students who are demonstrating our school rules (Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe) will have a chance to receive one of these rewards. Support staff throughout our school will be handing these out to a few students each day until winter break.

Each student who is granted a “Golden Ticket” will receive a special prize from the office, have their ticket with name displayed, and be honored during our shoe filling assembly on December 19th.

Take care,
Eric Anderson
Principal
Charlemagne French Immersion Elementary School

It’s December Already!

Dear Families,

It’s amazing how fast the school year goes by. Here’s hoping you are ready to enjoy some family time as winter break approaches. Keep looking here weekly for event reminders and ways you can help out in the community.

The Poinsettia/wreath sales made a profit of $1,467.75. Thank you Alice Webb!

Shannon Tom and Chris Miller

greenietom@gmail.com, info@cmillier.com

PTO Co-Chairs


Upcoming Events

December 7: Restaurant Fundraiser @ Putters

December 16: Shoe Filling Assembly
December 19 – January 4: No School

‘Tis the Season…Share Your Fun with Our French Interns!

Have you thought about inviting Alix, Helene, Ophelie and/or Marie to join you? A great chance to share and learn about our French visitors!

• Explore the Holiday Market
• Attend a concert, ballet, or Elf Jr.
• Bake holiday sweets, trim your tree, sing carols
• Head to the snow or the Oregon Coast
• Whatever your family and friends do this time of year

Many thanks to Rachael Carnes and Amy Brooks for inviting interns over the Thanksgiving weekend!

Send a note to Alice and Cynthia if you’d like help getting connected.  charlemagneinternprogram@gmail.com


Winter Warmth Drive

Our Winter Warmth Drive continues this week and runs until December 16th. Please consider donating new and gently used coats, sweatshirts, sweats, jackets, gloves, hats and blankets to help others in need.

The clothing will be donated to families who receive services at the First Place Family Center. Collection bins are available outside of the library.