This Week In The Blog:
Have a wonderful Spring Break!
1. After-School Classes: The new session will begin immediately after spring break on 4/1. All our classes are full enough to avoid cancellation. However, we still have some spots in:
a. Spanish (Mondays and Wednesdays grades 1-3)
b. Programming (Mondays, grades 4-2)
c. Choir (Tuesdays, grades 2-5)
d. Dance (Wednesdays, grades KG-2)
e. Yoga (Wednesdays, grades 3-5)
f. Homework Club (Thursdays, grades 1-5)
g. Chess (Thursdays, grades 3-5)
Scholarships are still available! Contact Stephanie for more info.
This Week In The Blog
Dear Creekside Families, Shine On, Creekside Talent Show, was held on Thursday night. A huge thank you to Doug Biesecker and his band of volunteers along with our specialists, Elizabeth McCord, Jeanette Peters, and Paul Lealman for all of their hard work putting this show together. And did I mention that Creekside has talent? Well, the students really did an amazing job! Here are some photos from this annual Creekside event.Logan Schutz ft. Miles Schutz Skit “Big O’ Matic” by L. SchutzNeve Linnenburger, Annika Nasta, & Ellis Whitcher Dance “Hard Knock Life” from AnnieAviana Gutierrez Rock’n Royal Vocal w/Dance “Here I Am” from Barbie Princess and the Popstar (Keira Version)Colby West Guitar “T.N.T.” by AC/DCAvianna Montano Vocal “Shallow” by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper from A Star is BornAda Kimmel & Simone Menyhart Vocal “A Million Dreams” from The Greatest Showman w/Jack Gray on Piano Henry Duckham Vocal “Freedom” by Pharrell WilliamsOlivia (Lulu) Garland Ballet “Fight Song” by The Piano Guys Final celebration with the fifth graders.What a great turnout. Thank you for attending!Please stop by the Lost and Found for missing items and a great big thank you to first grade parent, Heather Demarest, for keeping the lost and found so organized! It is very much appreciated!Have a great weekend!Warm regards,FrancineFRS Updates-After-school classes: Our current session of classes ends next Thursday, 3/21. Our upcoming session is 4/1-5/16. Registration forms are due immediately.-We still have many spots in our classes for grades 3-5, so sign up today!-Classes that are full: Legos 1/2, KG tumbling, cooking, engineering, jewelry-Legos KG has ONE spot left!-We need chess club sign-ups, otherwise we will have to cancel the class due to not enough kids registered. Chess on Thursdays is now OPEN TO 2nd GRADERS!-We have a few spots left in soccer on Wednesdays, so SOCCER IS NOW OPEN TO 2ND GRADERS! Email Stephanie to request a spot. Will be first come first served.-Scholarships still available for all classes! Thank you!Stephanie MacArthur720email@example.com Original Works Art Fundraiser: One Week Left to Order!Dear Creekside Families,If you are interested in ordering products featuring your child's artwork, you only have one week left before the deadline! The last day to place online orders is next Friday, March 22nd. The money raised will go directly to Creekside's Art Department to pay for supplies to be used by students during art class. Ordering information was sent home in Friday folders last week. If you need to know your student's ordering information please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I can email you your student's specific student code and other necessary information. Online you can also see your child's artwork image as it will appear on the products. Please let me know if you have any questions or if you need any help with ordering. Thank you so much for all of your support!Jeanette Peters- Creekside Art Teacher
Logan Schutz ft. Miles Schutz Skit “Big O’ Matic” by L. Schutz
Neve Linnenburger, Annika Nasta, & Ellis Whitcher Dance “Hard Knock Life” from Annie
Aviana Gutierrez Rock’n Royal Vocal w/Dance “Here I Am” from Barbie Princess and the Popstar (Keira Version)
Colby West Guitar “T.N.T.” by AC/DC
Avianna Montano Vocal “Shallow” by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper from A Star is Born
Ada Kimmel & Simone Menyhart Vocal “A Million Dreams” from The Greatest Showman w/Jack Gray on Piano
Henry Duckham Vocal “Freedom” by Pharrell Williams
Olivia (Lulu) Garland Ballet “Fight Song” by The Piano Guys
-After-school classes: Our current session of classes ends next Thursday, 3/21. Our upcoming session is 4/1-5/16. Registration forms are due immediately.
-We still have many spots in our classes for grades 3-5, so sign up today!
-Classes that are full: Legos 1/2, KG tumbling, cooking, engineering, jewelry
-Legos KG has ONE spot left!
-We need chess club sign-ups, otherwise we will have to cancel the class due to not enough kids registered. Chess on Thursdays is now OPEN TO 2nd GRADERS!
-We have a few spots left in soccer on Wednesdays, so SOCCER IS NOW OPEN TO 2ND GRADERS! Email Stephanie to request a spot. Will be first come first served.
-Scholarships still available for all classes!
1. After-school registration is open for our next session. Tumbling, cooking, and Legos are full. All other classes still have open spots. Register ASAP!
2. If your family would like to attend the talent show, but is unable to afford the $5 entry fee, please contact Stephanie MacArthur.
3. If you need assistance during spring break (with rent, food, housing, etc.) please contact EFAA at 303-442-3042. They are a local non-profit and can help with all your basic needs and emergency situations.
4. Are you looking for a helpful weight loss program? The YMCA is offering a free 12-week weight loss program designed to help you succeed in your weight loss goals. Classes offered in both English and Spanish. More info here.
Our school has officially started Kids Heart Challenge with the American Heart Association. Your students will be learning how to take care of their own hearts and the importance of helping others all while having tons of fun! Most schools can only earn 3 heart hero characters right away, but because our school is such a great supporter of Kids Heart Challenge, our students can earn them ALL!
As a special BONUS at our school you can also earn plush FINN, by raising $150 online by 5 AM on 3/27/2019! Students who earn plush Finn will be recognized on this day!
Get started now by downloading our APP called Kids Heart Challenge for iPhone and Android OR go online www.heart.org/kidsheartchallenge or CLICK HERE to View Our School Webpage and Sign Up! You can earn a glow in the dark bracelet just for registering.
CLICK HERE to watch the heart-healthy experience that students are having at school!
· Creekside Elementary School’s Kids Heart Challenge event day is: 4/12/2019
· Donations are due: 4/12/2019
· Need Help? View How to Sign Up!
Dear Creekside Families,
Happy first day of March!
March means it's time for our annual talent show! This year the Talent Show will be on March 14th at 5:30. It will be a fantastic evening. I look forward to seeing you there. Please see below for more information.
It is my please to announce that this year the Creekside Impact Award goes to our Head Custodian, David Jackson. "Mr. David" has been with BVSD for over 30 years, five at Creekside. The staff nominated David for his outstanding service to our district. David led the tremendous amount of work closing and then opening the new Creekside, and continues to work diligently to keep our building looking nice. David is always willing to help, readily on-call, and helps both staff and students with a smile on his face. He helps our students feel safe and comfortable with a friendly chat, leadership opportunities, or a high five. He is such an asset to our school! Thank you David!
Have a great weekend!
Students who ride Scooters to school must lock them up at the bike racks. We had our annual visit from the Boulder Fire Department. They identified scooters in classrooms, in the stairwells and by doorways to be tripping and fire hazards.
If you Google "Scooter Locks", there are a lot of sites that come up, along with Youtube videos that rate and show you how to use them.
Thank you for your help in keeping our building safe.
1. Our spring after-school session begins on 4/1. Registration forms are going home in THIS week’s Friday folders. Classes do fill up quickly, so please return your completed forms and payment as soon as possible. Please double check your forms to ensure you have completed both sides, and included the correct amount of payment. Forms and payment can be submitted in the included envelope.
2. Are you looking for a helpful weight loss program? The YMCA is offering a free 12-week weight loss program designed to help you succeed in your weight loss goals. Classes offered in both English and Spanish. More info here.
3. Join us for a family building night hosted by the CU Society of Women Engineers. Event will be on Thursday, March 7th from 5:30-7pm at Creekside Elementary. The whole family is invited. RSVP to Stephanie at Stephanie.email@example.com or 720-561-3884.
4. If your family would like to attend the talent show, but is unable to afford the $5 entry fee, please contact Stephanie MacArthur.
SHINE ON! 2019 - March 14 5:30pm
Creekside’s talented students take the stage and display their art at SHINE ON! 2019. Taking place at Creekside Elementary on March 14th beginning at 5:30 pm, this is a fundraiser for the Art, Music, and PE programs. The art show runs from 5:30-6:00 pm and the talent show from 6:00 pm. Entry is $5 for adults and kids are free. Families in need should contact Stephanie Macarthur (firstname.lastname@example.org) to waive the entrance fee.
In addition, since this is the same night as the Proto's Pizza fundraiser we will have Proto's Pizza for sale for $2 a slice at Creekside. There will be water available or bring your own drinks. Plain cheese pizza will be available in regular or gluten free. To help us buy the right amount of pizza, let us know how many slices your family is likely to purchase by sending an e-mail to email@example.com with the number of regular and number of gluten free slices.
It’s not too late to enter your art in the show. Just fill out the submission form available here (English (https://bit.ly/2TjFq1l) or Spanish (https://bit.ly/2BVxvNV)) and bring your artwork in to Mrs. Peters.
Finally, visit HelpAtSchool (https://bit.ly/2VposMw) to volunteer to help out with the show.
Spaghetti Dinner & Silent Auction Donation Requests:
Does your family, or your business, have something to donate to our 2019 Auction?
Some examples include:
A homemade pie, homemade tamales, or a dozen homemade cookies (families will bid on these items at the dinner, and you will deliver the items to them later)!
Vacation getaways - stays at condos or vacation homes
Sporting event tickets or season passes
Tickets to the theater, symphony, opera, ballet or concerts
Wine and beer collections
Hot Electronic Items like GoPro, iPad, etc that are awesome for a raffle/Drawing
Experiences – Would you be willing to host a party for adults, or for kids?
Monetary donations - If you can’t donate an item, would you consider making a cash donation towards the expense of the Auction?
Sponsorship of the dinner/dessert or an item - Not only a marketing opportunity for your business, but also an investment in our community.
We appreciate your help! Please fill out the donation form at https://tinyurl.com/y2qhwaqg or contact Jennbrauner@hotmail.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to donate something from yourself or from your business
Love at First Bite! Proto's Pizzeria Napoletana is giving 10% of all revenue to Creekside Elementary on Thursday 14 March, all day, 5378 Gunbarrel Center Court, Suite #1, Boulder, 720-531-3936. Eat in or take out, please support them for supporting us! Just mention you are there to support Creekside!Their pizzas will also be available to purchase at the Creekside Talent Show, so you can enjoy a delicious & easy dinner before the fun show!
*All children should be challenged to reach their intellectual and social-emotional potential. (educating the heart and the mind)*
BVSD Parent Snapshot Surveys coming in February (online) and March (mailed)
BVSD surveys parents each year in order to gather information that can be used to guide efforts to improve schools. The survey of parents is called the “Parent Snapshot Survey” and parents will be receiving it in the next few weeks. We hope all parents and guardians will take a moment to complete and return this survey. The more parents who participate, the more accurately the survey data will reflect parents’ perceptions and opinions. The survey results are reviewed by school staff to determine what programs and processes are working and which ones need improvement. Consequently, the survey results can have a significant impact on school operations.
The Parent Snapshot Survey will be administered online for all parents who have provided an email address to their student’s school. This supports a greener and more cost effective process by reducing the amount of paper used, mailing cost, and data entry required. We also hope this will increase the parent participation rate. Online surveys will be sent by email the week of February 25 to only one email address per household. If you don’t see an invitation in your “inbox,” please check other email addresses you have given the school.
If there is not an email address associated with your household, you will receive a survey via U.S. postal service consistent with last year. Paper surveys will be mailed at the beginning of March.
This Week In the Blog:
Each year, in conjunction with district guidelines/initiatives, the Colorado Department of Education requires schools to establish a Unified Improvement Plan (UIP). Creekside uses data from CMAS, iReady and the Student Climate Survey (grades 2-5) to identify Priority Performance Challenges. This year Creekside is focusing on the following:
Iready Growth for grades Kindergarten and first grade
Growth in math for students in that fall into a sub group such as English Learners, Free/Reduced Lunch, Minority and Students with Disabilities.
Providing "management" tools for students when they are frustrated, angry or upset.
Grades 3, 4, 5
Our grade 3, 4, 5 students will take the State of Colorado’s Measures of Academic Success (CMAS) Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science assessment in April. I would like to take a moment to encourage everyone to have their children take the test and to thank you for your support last year. Our school’s participation rate increased from 87% to 98%.
With your support, your student can help show how well our school and the school district, as a whole, is performing.
By participating in the state assessments:
Our educators will have access to valuable data about the performance of our students and apples-to-apples comparisons to students across the state
Data collected helps Boulder Valley School District determine if curriculum and instruction practices are working, helping to direct resources and professional development
The scores determine the designation the state gives our school. Currently we are considered a Performance school and we’d like to keep that designation moving forward, in part because receiving a lower designation may impact our school’s reputation and lead to additional review of our plans
The better we do on our tests, the better our grades on sites like CDE’s SchoolView, Niche, School Grades, etc. These grades are, in part, what prospective parents use to compare us with other schools in the area -- and a pride point for our school community
Consistent with last year’s administration, our entire focus will be on supporting students as they take the test. As a result, families are asked (though not required) to arrange an excused absence from school on testing days and appropriate alternative activities of their own if their child will not be participating. Below is a specific list of the tests and which grades will be taking the tests.
Creekside CMAS Testing 2019
3rd ELA Test (3 Units- 90 minutes each)
4th, 5th Grade ELA Test (3 Units- 90 minutes each)
3rd Math Test (3 Units- 65 minutes each)
MAKEUPS Friday (4/19)
4th, 5th Grade Math Test (3 Units- 65 minutes each)
5th Grade Science Test (3 Units- 80 minutes each)
Again, I would like to encourage all of our students to participate in testing this year. If you have questions, I welcome the opportunity to chat with you about this important effort no later than March 4, which is the district deadline for submitting written requests to opt a student out of testing.
1. The FRS Summer Resource Fair is coming up! The fair will be on Thursday, February 21st from 6:30-7:30pm at the North Boulder Rec Center. Come meet community organizations and find out how to sign your kids up for summer camps, learn about financial resources available to city residents, and more. There will be hula hoop dancing and snacks. Open to all Creekside families.
2. Do you need help signing your student up for summer school or the free afternoon childcare provided by the City of Boulder? Visit this website for info: https://www.bvsd.org/summerlearning/Pages/Elementary.aspx or call Stephanie, who is happy to help you with the online application.
3. Does your child need winter boots and clothing? There are resources to help cover the cost of winter clothing for families who could use the help. Contact Stephanie for more info.
News from the Art Room:
There are two exciting art events coming soon: The Art Reception part of the Talent Show and our annual Art Fundraiser.
Talent Show Art Reception: As part of our Talent Show on March 14th, there will be an Art Reception exhibiting Creekside’s talented young artists! This special Art Reception displays artwork that students create outside of school to showcase their unique artistic skills and talents. The student artwork can take any form- drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, mixed media or even digital art! If your child is interested in making a piece of art for the show please look for the permission slips in Friday folders going home on Thursday, February 13th. Return the bottom half of the permission slip with artwork to Mrs. Peters in the Art Room by March 7th. The Art Reception will take place before the performance part of the Talent Show at 5:30 on Thursday, March 14th.
*Volunteers will be needed Wednesday, March 13th to helps sent up the artwork. Please sign up at
It’s almost time for our annual Art Fundraiser. This year we are teaming up with a new company, Original Works (replacing KidzArtWorks). Through this fundraiser families will have the opportunity to order a variety of products featuring their kids original artwork created during Art Class. All the money raised goes to Creekside’s Art Program and is used to purchase supplies and materials used used by our students in Art Class. Please be on the lookout for your child’s individual letter and ordering information to come home in Friday Folders on March 1st. In the meantime, you can look at the Original Works website https://www.originalworks.com for an idea of what products they offer.
For questions about the Talent Show Art Reception or the Art Fundraiser please contact our Art Teacher, Mrs. Peters at email@example.com
Community Dinner FundraisersLove at First Bite! Proto's Pizzeria Napoletana is giving 10% of all revenue to Creekside Elementary on Thursday 14 March, all day, 5378 Gunbarrel Center Court, Suite #1, Boulder, 720-531-3936. Eat in or take out, please support them for supporting us! Just mention you are there to support Creekside!Their pizzas will also be available to purchase at the Creekside Talent Show, so you can enjoy a delicious & easy dinner before the fun show! Thanks for the support of the families who dined at Yellowbelly!
Instruction should teach social, emotional, and cognitive skills and be embedded in school practices: Some schools may have one specific social-emotional learning program, while others may embed these lessons into academics. The commission said both methods are acceptable, but if a social-emotional learning program is going to be effective, it can’t just be limited to a few minutes a day or to a few grades. Adults across the school should be teaching these skills in class, on the playground, and during extracurriculars. Viewing social-emotional learning and academics as separate entities is self-defeating, the commission said. “Academic learning is powerfully enhanced by the cultivation of social, emotional and cognitive skills, like problem solving and critical thinking, and by character habits,” the report said. McCutchen agreed: “I think that learning and emotional management are inextricably linked. You can’t learn without your emotions.”
Researchers from Penn State and Duke University interviewed kindergarten teachers about children's social and emotional competence. The teachers weighed in on how well the kids shared, listened to others, resolved problems with their peers, and were helpful.
Then researchers followed up with the kids once they became young adults to see what happened to them. They discovered that the kids with the highest social and emotional competency scores in kindergarten fared better overall.
For every one-point increase in children's social competency scores in kindergarten, they were twice as likely to obtain college degrees. They were also more likely to have full-time jobs by age 25.
But the kids who had trouble cooperating, listening, and resolving conflict were less likely to finish high school--let alone college. They were more likely to have legal problems and substance abuse issues.
For every one-point decrease in social competency at age 5, a child had a 67 percent higher chance of being arrested in early adulthood. A one-point decrease also meant a child had a 52 percent higher rate of binge drinking and an 82 percent higher chance of living in public housing (or at least being on the waitlist).
Here Comes the Flu! What shall we do?
Everyday Preventive Actions That Can Help Fight Germs, Like Flu
• Try to avoid close contact with sick people.
• If you or your child gets sick with flu-like illness stay home for at least 24 hours after the fever is gone except to get medical care or for other necessities. The fever should be gone without the use of a fever-reducing medicine.
• While sick, limit contact with others as much as possible to keep from infecting them.
• Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Throw the tissue in the trash after you use it.
• Wash your hands often with soap and water. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand rub.
• Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth. Germs spread this way.
• Clean and disinfect surfaces and objects that may be contaminated with germs like the flu.
• Review all of this information with your child on a regular baisis.
It's Head Lice Season!
District policy regarding head lice:
If lice are suspected on a child while at school, the parent or guardian is notified, and the child will be sent home for treatment at the end of the school day. The child is excluded from school until one treatment has been administered. Due to confidentiality, we are unable to send a letter out to the entire school or class, and the entire class is no longer checked. Please see the following information from Health Services:
Head lice are a common problem wherever children congregate; they are not caused by a lack of cleanliness. Head lice are communicable, inconvenient, and annoying, but they pose no real health hazard. Lice cannot fly or jump, but are passed by head-to-head contact or by sharing items such as combs, coats, hats, etc. Adult lice are small sucking insects, about the size of a sesame seed, that are rarely seen. However, their eggs, or nits, appear on the hair shaft close to the scalp. They look like tiny white or gray beads that stick firmly to the hair and are not easily removed. The most common symptom is itching, usually at the hairline on the back of the neck or behind the ears. The itching is due to a reaction to lice saliva and isn't immediate. This reaction can typically take up to one month after infestation to occur. For this reason parents are asked to check their child's head every week so that any chain of transmission, child to child, can hopefully be broken.
In order to stop the spread, the lice must be killed and the live eggs removed. Over-the-counter and prescription treatments are available. Nits can be removed by using a special nit comb, available in most pharmacies, or by picking them out by hand. It is important to also use control measures at home at the time of treatment to prevent the lice from being transported to other people (washing clothing and linens in hot water, vacuuming upholstered furniture, carpets and placing stuffed toys and other items which are not washable in a hot dryer for 30 minutes or a plastic bag for 2 weeks). Other family members should also be checked for lice.
2. If you have a 2nd grade student who would like to participate in choir, please contact Stephanie. We still have spots left and are opening it to 2nd graders in addition to 3-5th grade students.
3. Do you need help signing your student up for summer school or the free afternoon childcare provided by the City of Boulder? Visit this website for info: https://www.bvsd.org/summerlearning/Pages/Elementary.aspx or call Stephanie, who is happy to help you with the online application.
4. Boulder County Financial classes are available in English and Spanish. They offer great classes on budgeting, home ownership, debt management, credit reporting, and workshops on resumes, interview skills, and more. Visit https://www.bouldercounty.org/departments/community-services/workforce-boulder-county/workshops/ for more info. All workshops and classes are free and available to the public.
1. The FRS Summer Resource Fair is coming up! Check this week’s Friday folders for a flyer containing all the details. The fair will be on Thursday, February 21st from 6:30-7:30pm at the North Boulder Rec Center. Come meet community organizations and find out how to sign your kids up for summer camps, learn about financial resources available to city residents, and more. There will be hula hoop dancing and snacks. Open to all Creekside families.
2. After-school classes start this coming Monday, 2/4! Please remind your students which days they have classes.
3. Boulder County Financial classes are available in English and Spanish. They offer great classes on budgeting, home ownership, debt management, credit reporting, and workshops on resumes, interview skills, and more. Visit https://www.bouldercounty.org/departments/community-services/workforce-boulder-county/workshops/ for more info. All workshops and classes are free and available to the public.
Spaghetti Dinner Silent Auction Baskets
It's time to gear up for the Spaghetti Dinner!! Watch for flyers to come home later this month on gathering community donations as well as putting together and donating baskets for our silent auction!
1. After-School classes begin February 4th! We have just a few spots left in each of the following:
a. Programming with Tynker (2/3 grades) on Mondays
b. Crazy 8’s Math (3-5 grades) on Mondays
c. Engineering Crazy Contraptions (3/5 grades) on Tuesdays
d. Choir (3/5 grades) on Tuesdays
e. Chess (3-5 grades) on Wednesdays
f. Science Club: Bird Scouts (3/5 grades) on Thursdays
g. Yoga (3-5 grades) on Thursdays
2. Do you want to know more about resources available to students with complex medical needs? Attend the Bringing Medical and Educational Needs Education Series hosted by BVSD on February 6th from 6-8pm. More info here.
3. Spaghetti Dinner tickets: Do you have a 5th grader? Would you like to attend the Spaghetti Dinner but can’t afford tickets for your family? Contact Stephanie to request ticket scholarships. We want every 5th grade family to be able to attend!
To show our appreciation for our teachers and staff, we want to provide them dinner on the parent teacher conference nights!
We still have some volunteer needs for Taco Tuesday night (Feb 5th) and Potluck night (Feb 7th) and the CPO sponsored night (Feb 13th) We typically ask for volunteers from the 1st, 3rd, and 5th grade parents in the spring, but all are invited to volunteer in thanking our amazing teachers and staff. Please click on the links above, or use the "helpatschool" link below to sign up. If you have any questions, please contact TJ Deaton at firstname.lastname@example.org://helpatschool.org/schools/4/events/3287
Congratulations to the winners of the Spelling Bee!
Enjoy the long weeknd!
1. After-school classes: Thanks to everyone who has registered so far! We have 83 kids signed up as of Thursday afternoon. There are several classes that have plenty of spots available still, and most are for 3-5thgrade students so if that’s your child, take a look below:
a. Programming with Tynker on Mondays (2-3rd grades)
b. Crazy 8’s Math on Mondays (3-5th grades)
c. Choir on Tuesdays (3-5th grades)
d. Chess on Wednesdays (3-5th grades)
e. Homework Club on Thursdays (1-5th grades)
f. CU Science Bird Scouts on Thursdays (3-5th grades)
g. Yoga on Thursdays (3-5th grades)
We have partial and full scholarship funds available to any student who may benefit. Classes begin on 2/4 and end on 3/21. Contact Stephanie MacArthur with any questions. Thanks!
It's time for Dodgeball!
The 9th Annual Dodgeball tournament begins in two weeks! You can register yourself and your kids by filling out the registration form that came home in the Friday Folder. Return your registration forms in the Friday folder next week, or turn them in at the main office by Friday, January 18th. Early registration is encouraged, but you can also register and pay at the event. This is a major fundraiser for the CPO and a fun way to be involved with your school. Register yourself, your friend, your relatives, your Creekside alumni. Everyone is welcome to participate in this fun and safe dodgeball fundraiser. The money raised helps your kids classroom!
January 22 & 29
K, 1st, 2nd Graders + All Adult/alumni
January 24 & January 31
3rd, 4th, 5th Graders + All Adult/alumni
Kids games are 3:00-4:30
Adult/Alumni games are 5:30 - 7:00
(participation in each game is not necessary - it's okay to miss a game)
Contact Ryan Webb with any questions: email@example.com