Clint's Weekly Update 10-15-15

posted Oct 19, 2015, 8:59 AM by Cynthia Friedman

Weekly Update for Oct. 12-16


Dear Families,


To fully realize the October 28th bike ride of the model solar system, we still need at least one shuttle driver and a rescue driver. If you are available, please let me know.


Email Clint,

to sign up as a volunteer

Number of seats for students

The Various Volunteer Roles on October 28

Time Commitment

Patrick (Jack#10)

1 parent to transport and secure 8-10 bikes at Alton Baker Park.

9am-4pm



Driver(s) that can transport students to/from Ridgeline and Alton Baker Park.

9:30am-2:30pm

Jen (Evan #7)

7

Driver(s) that can transport students to/from Ridgeline and Pluto (near Beltline).

10:30am-3:30pm


Rescue driver that can provide transport to any child who can’t continue riding.

10am-3pm

Patrick (Jack#10),

Steve (Evan #7)

Alden (Elijah)

1-2 bicycle riders to help escort small groups of students between the Sun and Pluto.

10am-3pm



Curriculum Night

On Tuesday, October 20, Ridgeline hosts two sessions of curriculum sharing from 3:15-4:15pm and then from 6-7pm.  This is an opportunity for your son or daughter to give you a tour of the classroom.


OBOB Kick-Off

  • Friday, Oct. 16 - OBOB Kick-Off grades 3-5 in my room


Parent-Teacher-Student Conferences

Sign-up sheets are posted outside Ridgeline’s main office. For those parents who do not have regularly scheduled meetings already set up with me, please choose a conference time that will allow for you and your child to attend the conference.


Outdoor Work Party this Saturday, October 17th

  1. Paver Path Installation 10am-3pm

  2. Grounds Clean-Up 1-3pm

We need your help and an RSVP for the following:  Paver installation helpers Saturday morning – We are in need of at least 5 committed volunteers to meet Shannon Ladner (from UofO DesignBridge) at Ridgeline this Saturday, October 17th from 10am-1pm to assist with the paver installation for the path to the outdoor classroom (installation will continue from 1-3pm). The pavers include the buy-a-brick bricks.   If you have a brick, perhaps you would like to help install it for the full experience!

Do you have any of the following items? We need to borrow (or have a volunteer purchase) several items for the paver path installation:

  • Hand saw to cut plastic edging

  • 2x4 or similar sized piece of wood at least 4.5 ft long (to use as a sand screed)

  • Two metal pipes maybe 5 feet or so long (between 1"-1.5" in diameter - diameter is important, length not so much)

REPLY NOW and let Cynthia know how you will help out this Saturday! Thank you!


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