TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK
Teacher Appreciation Week is coming May 6-10th. This is our chance to show the staff our genuine appreciation and support for all that they do for our children throughout the year. Here is what we have planned for them each day:
Monday 5/6: Coffee & Oatmeal Bar
Tuesday 5/7: Merci Flower Bouquets (made from flowers from your own backyard)
Wednesday 5/8 : NO SCHOOL (wear RED/support statewide teacher walkout)
Thursday 5/9– All Staff Lunch (Soup and Salad bar)
Friday 5/10—Cards from Students
We will be recognizing the hard work by the classroom teachers as well as the music and PE teachers, and speech specialists.
We especially need parent volunteers to help put together the merci flower bouquets and bring food donations for the all staff luncheon.
Thank you for your help! We are looking forward to showing the teachers our heartfelt appreciation. Merci!
Teacher Walkout May 8th:
FAQ for Parents/Guardians of our Students
Why are Oregon educators planning a statewide action for May 8th?
Oregon’s classrooms are overflowing, graduation rates are far too low, and schools don’t have the resources they need for enough nurses, mental health specialists, and librarians, etc. Educators are standing up for students to send a loud and clear message to the Legislature that the time is now to raise revenue for schools.
What will this action look like in 4J?
Thousands of educators across Oregon will walk out, rally, and call on lawmakers to invest in students. Schools in 4J and Bethel will be closed and educators, parents, and other community allies will rally together at specific locations in each region from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.:
4J North: Beltline intersection at River Road & Silver Lane
4J Sheldon: Coburg Road & Willakenzie
4J Churchill: 18th & Chambers
4J South: 29th & Willamette
Afterward, all are encouraged to gather in downtown Eugene for a rally at the Saturday Market Park Blocks from 11:00 – 12:00. Then all who want to join will head to the Salem and march to the Capitol.
How will my child be impacted?
School will not be in session on May 8th while educators and the community advocate for full funding. We know this will cause inconvenience for many families, but we believe that this drastic action is necessary to impact decision-makers and call attention to the crisis happening in Oregon schools. We are making this sacrifice for the long-term benefits that will come with increased revenues for schools. We know that this tactic has been effective in states from West Virginia, to Arizona, California and Washington, to name just a few.
What can I do to help?
· Attend all or part of the actions on May 8th – bring your child(ren)!
· Wear RED to show your support!!
· Talk to other parents and community members about our schools
· Email your legislator NOW: http://bit.ly/fundORschools
How can I learn more?
May is Walk and Roll to School Month!
Get your wheels ready! All month long our school will be celebrating and there many opportunities for your family to participate. Each week in May we will have fun activities to encourage you to get moving.
May 1: Stop by to get a raffle ticket and your choice of sticker, tattoo or pencil in the morning. Bring your bike, helmet, scooter in the afternoon to add some fun decorations. Meet on the north side of the gym.
May 7: Stop by to get a raffle ticket and your choice of sticker, tattoo or pencil in the morning.
May 15: Join us on the playground after school for a bike rodeo.
May 22: Park your car at St. Vincent de Paul church site on West Amazon and Fox Hollow. Madame Courtney will be leading the walk to school from the parking lot. Please plan on accompanying your student on the walk.
May 29: Bike party with fruit and prize drawings. You could win a scooter, a Get Air gift card, or a bike ride with Madame Courtney!
We hope to see you walking and rolling!
CHARLEMAGNE 2019 TALENT SHOW!
Get those routines ready! The annual Spectacle de Jeunes Talents will be held on Thursday, May 23rd from 6-8 pm at the school gym.
The deadline to sign up for the talent show is Friday, May 10th. The deadline to submit music is Friday, May 17.
3 ways to sign up this year:
Preferred: Submit online using this Google Forms.
At your convenience: Print and fill out at home.
Fill out in school. Forms are on the bulletin board across from the office.
Forms must be signed by a parent. One parent signature per form is required.
Charlemagne students are encouraged to present any form of talent—musical, theatrical, comical, literary, athletic, intellectual, or magical.
Solo acts should be under one minute and 30 secs; group acts under two minutes.
Students may only perform one solo act and one group act or two group acts.
Rehearsals will be held in the Charlemagne gymnasium on May 15 (Wed.) & May 16 (Thur.) during lunch recess, and May 17 (Fri.) after School.
Performers must attend one of the rehearsals to be guaranteed a place in the show and the act should be performance ready.
Practices are optional and available at open gym time during the recesses on May 10 (Fri.), 13 (Mon.) and 14 (Tue.)
Music submission deadline: Friday, May 17. It’s really a lot of work to compile music!
We are looking for volunteers! Thank you for your willingness to help make this event as successful as possible. Click HERE to sign up.
Contact me if you are available/interested.
Camilla Johnston, camillajohnston@
Soiree Items Still Available:
We still have 2 amazing pay to play opportunities as well as our colorful cohort photos available for purchase. View the class photos HERE!
SEHS Soccer Camp 2019:
At SEHS Soccer Camp, your child will enjoy all the high school soccer team players as counselors, learn from their years of experience, and have a lot of fun improving his or her skills and confidence! Games are played that are age appropriate for their grade.Kids are grouped by grade so they will see a lot of old and new friends. Each soccer player receives a new soccer ball.
- June 24-27, 2019 — 9am-2pm
- South Eugene High School Turf Field/Open to all students entering Grades 1-9 in the Fall
- Cost: $140 for 1st child* $120 for 2nd child *Free and Reduce Lunch $70
Register at: Seathletics.com/main/
to attend their upcoming volleyball camp June 24, 25, 26, and 27.
Little French School Enrolling Now:
The Little French School is currently enrolling children 2.5-6 years old. Read on to find more about our French immersion school and check out our website at: https://www.
We have an ideal teacher/student ratio:
Preschool class “Petite Section” – maximum 10 children/2 teachers
Pre-K “Moyenne Section” – maximum 13 students/2 teachers
Pre-K+ / Kindergarten “Moyenne/Grande Section” – maximum 10 students/1 teacher.
We do have spots currently in our “Pre-K+ / Kindergarten “Moyenne Section/Grande Section,” in our ” Petite Section,” and in our after-school program. Contact the school at 541-345-3818 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to enroll.
Opportunities for Supporting Charlemagne:
Site Council Representative:
Additional Volunteer Opportunities
- Teacher Appreciation Week Volunteers
- Talent show volunteers
- PTO Co-Chair** (next year)
- PTO Asst. Treasurer (next year)
- PTO Secretary **(next year)
- Volunteer Coordinator (next year)
- Host family recruitment assistant
- Yearbook Committee (next year)
Hosting an intern not only helps the interns feel more integrated into our community, but also provides an invaluable opportunity for cultural exchange for your children and the whole family. If you think you might be interested in hosting in the fall or spring next school year, please email us with any questions, or to get a host family information form.
Finally, a huge thank you to those currently hosting, and all those who have hosted in the past. Without your openess and hospitality, we would not be able to have this wonderful intern program!
Please contact our host family Coordinators:
Olivia Hardin, Helen Jetter & Cynthia Stenger Riplinger at charlemagneinternprogram@gmail