Halloween festivities on Monday, October 31 will include the Halloween Parade and Assembly. We can’t wait to see all the colorful and creative Halloween costumes that our ECDS students wear on Monday!
Community Service is one of the areas being emphasized in the 7th & 8th grade Character classes this year. In addition to each student being required to perform 10 hours of community service, the 7th and 8th grades are also hosting a Canned Food Drive until November 3. Please bring non-perishable food items and place them in the food collection box in your student’s classroom. The food that is collected will be taken by the Middle Schoolers to the North County Food Bank. The students will also get a tour of the facility and learn exactly what goes on there and who receives help from this food bank.
What a great time was had by all! I am again amazed by all of the excitement and energy that is generated each year by our amazing PTO. Thanks to ALL!!!!!! the parents who contributed their time, effort, and incredible imagination to making this year’s festival the best yet. Special thanks to Mrs. Susan Bachand-Morone for her hard work and vision in creating the newest addition to the festival, the Haunted House. It is just so heartwarming to see so many of us pull together to create a fun, exciting, and memorable day for our children. Thank you!!!
— Mr. Lehmunn
We know you all have questions concerning early re-enrollment and your student’s placement for the next school year. We’ll be here to answer those questions and tell you about our programs and our future plans at our First- Sunday Orientations on November 6th. Orientations will provide an overview of our Lower and Middle School programs and a glimpse of Encinitas Country Day School’s exciting future. Each presentatoin will be followed by a Q & A period and an opportunity to tour lower, middle and upper grades with Mrs. Safarik, Mrs. Hayes, Mr. Decking and our middle school faculty. All are welcome to attend.
Presentation Times 1:00 K - 4th grades 3:00 5th - 8th grades
The Encinitas Blvd. Halloween Parade and the Fall Festival were a big success. Thank you to all the parents that volunteered their time for these events. We appreciate you very much. Some upcoming dates to remember…Manchester Ave. Campus Orientation will be Sunday, November 6 from 1-4 pm. This will be a great chance to view the other campus and meet some of the Kindergarten and Elementary teachers. Remember, this month is early re-enrollment discount month for the Manchester Ave. campus only. Our re-enrollment at the Encinitas Blvd. campus will start January 2012. Permanent Impressions, a child safety company, will be at our campus on Nov. 7th & 8th. Please see me for details. Have a safe and happy Halloween weekend!
— Ms. Safarik
Permanent Impressions is offering a comprehensive child safety and indentification packet for all of our students and siblings. There are several packets available which include proffessionally done fingerprints, medical alerts, dental impression cards, DNA samples and more. Please see the Permanent_Impressions flyer (pdf) for detailed information and registration. There is also a poster in the office with samples.
Parent Teacher Conferences for Man. Ave. grades 1-8 will be held on Thursday, Nov. 10 from 12:30-4:30 with school letting out at 12:00. After-care will be provided for any parent unable to pick up their child for no cost until 3:30. Parents are reminded that if children are left here at 12:00 that they will either need to send a lunch with their child or order one from Ki’s. Parents can begin to sign up for conference times at their child’s classroom beginning next week. If you are unable to come on Nov. 10, please see your child’s teacher to set up another date to go over your child’s progress.