Hearst Headlines April 15, 2015 School News

Hearst Headlines
April 15, 2015
Upcoming Events:
4/17- Spirit Day, Disney Day
4/27- Music Performance Day
5/1- International Fair
School News
Mark your calendars!
The Music Performance Day is Monday April 27th, 2015.
8:30am 4th grade-students wear any solid color t-shirt
9:15am 3rd grade- students wear orange, black or Hearst t-shirt
10:00am 1st grade - students wear blue or green t-shirt
1:15pm 2nd grade- students wear red, white or blue t-shirt
2:10pm 5th grade- students wear black shirt, except students with acting parts who can wear a costume
or dress up in other colors than black
Please show up about 10 minutes early, as every performance needs to start on time to keep us on track
for the day. We look forward to seeing you there!
Attention 2015 -16 Pleasanton Middle School Panther Athletes and Parents
PMS will be holding a Sports Information Night, May 12th in the multi-purpose room 6:30 - 7:30 pm. The
Athletic Directors, Administrator, and some of the coaches will be there to talk to you about our sports
program and answer questions.
All required paperwork for the 2015 - 2016 school year is available on our website.
Harvest Park Incoming 6th Grade Parent Information Night
May 13th in the Harvest Park MPR
Last Name A-L, 6:00-7:00 pm
Last Name M-Z, 7:30-8:30 pm
PTA News
Spring Book Fair
The spring book fair urgently needs 1 parent volunteer supervisor for Monday, May 11- Thursday, May 14th
from 8:30 – 12:00 pm. Responsibilities include:
Being available from 8:30 am – 12:00 pm.
Open the book fair and start the cash registers.
Make sure Cash registers have change and different cash denominations.
Answer any questions about the fair to the students and volunteers.
Responsible for cash/checks.
Cash register help for parent volunteers.
Head chairperson will train this person on all the items above. There will be volunteers working the fair but
a supervisor is needed to oversee the room. Book fair will be held in the MUR and students will come
during class library time (no lunch hours) to ease the lines and chaos. Mrs. Taylor will also be at the fair
during these hours to help you. Please contact Noreen Senner if you are interested in being morning
supervisor for the fair at [email protected] Thanks!
Jamba Juice Thursday's are back!
We will be selling them at both pick-ups so bring your $4.00 as proceeds benefit our 5th grade Outdoor
Education program. Thank you for your support!
Monarch Night Out:
Hearst Monarch Painting Party will be at Mangia Mi, in Pleasanton, on Tuesday, April 21st from 6:00
p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Cost per ticket will be $35, with $15 going back to our school. 25 max so tickets will go
fast!!! To register:
Any questions, contact Tara Brown, [email protected]
International Fair (formerly Multicultural Fair)
Friday, May 1 (During School Hours & In the evening from 6:00 – 8:00PM)
Have you ever dreamed of going around the world? Dream no more. Be part of Hearst International Fair
and go around the globe in one day. Here is your itinerary. Von Voyage!!!!
Afghanistan, China, Denmark, England, India, Ireland, Mexico, Poland, Scotland, South Korea, The
Philippines, Uganda/Kenya, and Venezuela. For more information, please contact Karen Rhee at
[email protected]
Support Outdoor Education. Buy A’s tickets
Only $25 for field level seats. It is for select games, and tickets are discounted. It is simple. Go to
www.athletics.com/hearst . 35% of the ticket price supports Outdoor Education. Any questions email:
[email protected]
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