School Notes: Sept. 25

Sept. 25, 2012

Dixon parents reminded of drop-off, pick-up rules

Dixon Elementary School reminds parents whose child will be using parent drop-off and pick-up are asked to follow these simple rules to help it run as smoothly as possible:

If you wish to walk your child into the building in the morning, please park and walk them in through the southwest doors.

At parent pick-up, display a sign with your last name on it. The sign can be as simple as writing your name with marker on a sheet of paper.

Do not exit your car. If you need to assist your child in buckling up, pull forward in front of spot No. 1 to assist them so the line is not held up.

Pilgrim Park to put on 'Little Mermaid, Jr.'

The Pilgrim Park Middle School Music Department has announced that the 2012-13 school musical will be "Little Mermaid, Jr."

Performance dates are scheduled for Feb. 14, 15 and 16 at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center.

College Night offers students chance to explore

The Elmbrook School District will present College Night from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 15 at Brookfield Central High School, 16900 W. Gebhardt Road.

Representatives from public and private colleges including Carroll University, Marquette University, Northwestern University, the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, UW-Milwaukee and UW-Waukesha will be there to share important information regarding admission requirements, the college experience and more.

The evening will begin with a large-group panel presentation, followed by a large-group question-and-answer period. The evening will conclude with an opportunity to view college displays, visit individually with the college representatives, ask specific questions and gather helpful information and literature.

Fairview South holiday craft fair date set

The Fairview South Craft Fair and Silent Auction will be held Dec. 7 in the school gym and cafeteria.

Each classroom will make and sell crafts; proceeds will benefit the students' classrooms.

The silent auction theme for 2012 is "Small Steps … Big Difference" with all proceeds going to purchase recreational equipment for the school.

Students use adapted recreational equipment everyday like bikes, walkers and swings, and organizers of the fair are looking to fund the second phase of the outdoor recreational area, which will cost $40,000.


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