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Reed Network News - School Calendar
6 20 Week Grading Window Closes
First Day of Second Semester
9 8:00-9:30am, ELAC/CEAC Mtg, 106
7:00pm, Humanities Mtg, Fox/Newby home
10 Mail Home 20 Week Report Card
11 Concert For The Cure
Auditorium doors open at 1pm
13 6:00pm, Environmental Science Mtg, 106
7pm, Friends of IHP Mtg, 107
15 8:00-10am, SLC Tours
16 8:00 am, PTSA/Friends of Reed Board Mtg., 107
20 President's Day, No School
21 3:10 pm, School Site Council Mtg, 107
22 8:00-10am, SLC Tours
23 Reschedule- Battle Of The Books- Moved to April11
25 5pm Practice, 5:30pm, Scripps Spelling Bee
27 5:30pm, Music Booster Mtg, Auditorium
Volunteer to help with Spelling Bee
SAVE THE DATE - Saturday, February 11th - 2:00pm-4:30pm
Get Involved and Buy Your Tickets Now! Doors Open at 1pm
The proceeds will be split between children's cancer research and women's breast cancer research. Last year the Concert for the Cure raised over $8,000! Included with the fabulous performances on the day will be a Silent Auction and Raffle, Valentine's Day items, and a delicious Bake Sale. All donations are welcome and you can pre-order your tickets now.
Fiddler on the Roof Production Meeting on February 6that 6:30pm, in Room 147. The production is looking for assistance in all your areas of expertise: Costumes, sound, lighting, sets, carpentry, props, hair and makeup, and publicity! Come help us make Fiddler on the Roof as great as it can be! Email Patty Puskar with any questions. email@example.com
Please Help with Instrument Check Out: For an easy, quick and fun way to make a great contribution to the music department, sign-up to spend 20 minutes even 1 day a weekchecking instruments In/Out either at 7:30am, or 2:50pm (1:20pm on Tuesdays). The biggest challenge is being on time, which is important. Otherwise it's almost a no brainer. The particular need is for afternoons. Email Bonnie Pierone to inquire. firstname.lastname@example.org
Conservatory of Fine Arts - 2nd Semester Openings
The LAUSD Conservatory of Fine Arts is a FREE Saturday program (held on campus at CULA) for students talented in the visual or performing arts. We are excited to announce a limited number of second semester openings! If you know a student who is talented in the visual or performing arts, please download the attached application and emergency card and return it to the GATE office by February 15, 2012. Students do not have to be identified as gifted to apply, however, identified students will be given priority placement.
At this time, the space available is as follows:
Visual Arts - 15 spaces (Secondary)
Drama- 21 spaces (Grades 7-12)
Voice- 9 spaces (Grades 3-6); 16 spaces (Grades 7-12)
Dance - No space available
Please take advantage of this rare opportunity for second semester enrollment in the Conservatory of Fine Arts. Enrolled students will automatically be invited to participate in next year's program.
Contact Debbie Vodhanel
Smaller Learning Communities Office
For more information visit www.lausd.net/gate
ON-LINE WEBINARS FREE
UC Irvine is offering FREE, expert-led Gifted and Talented Education online webinars this month that look like great resources for teachers and administrators wanting to learn more about the gifted!
Parents Needed: Emergency Volunteers
Contact Mark Johnston, 818-769-5625, email@example.com
Westridge School - Hosted Summer Opportunity Fair
Brochure with all camp info still available: www.westridge.org/sof
Learn about Over 100 Camps and Programs in L.A.
Summer Activities for Every Budget
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Huffington Post Student Contest link: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/news/teen-impact?1234556
Studio City Patch will seek suggestions from readers for individual kids, youth groups, teens and sports teams that wow us with their accomplishments. We want to hear about these amazing accomplishments.
Submit your nomination in our comment box below or e-mail the information to MikeS@Patch.com. Be sure to include your name and email, the nominee's name and contact info, the child's name, age and school and the key to their awesomeness.DO YOU KNOW A TEEN WHO HAS IMPACT?
Walter Reed Middle School -THANKS or participating!
Teachers will continue posting projects. Visit our websitewww.Reedms.com to learn about helping Reed projects
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www.onecause.com - join, log on & Reed PTSA as your causeSupport REED with the BOXTOPS FOR EDUCATION:http://www.boxtops4education.com/default.aspx Annual Giving to REEDSevere budget cuts to education require families to directly support our school. Annual giving allows us to plan for campus technology, capital projects, staffing, enrichment, and programs for academy and community needs that cost an average of $500 per student a year.Donating is easy:1. Return donations to the Main Office or Parent Center, Rm 106.
2. Log on to our websites to donate by Credit Card Onetime or Monthly: www.FriendsOfReed.com
3. Encourage friends, employers & businesses to donate to Reed and match contributions.
THANKS to all our community and Happy New Year in 2012!.