Friday, October 15

FRIDAY FOLDER citron campus october 15

Jog-a-thon News
A huge “Thank You” to all the parents and volunteers for a great jog-a-thon!  We loved seeing all the parents come out and cheer for the children! All the students did such an amazing job running as fast as they could and trying to get as many laps as possible run in 5 minutes. There were as many as 10 laps by preschool and 20 plus laps by an elementary student. The Citron Campus would also like to thank all the family and friends who sponsored children and helped with our jog-a-thon fundraiser. Great job everyone!
Preschool Is Watching Their Gardens Grow
Preschoolers love to help with all types of activities, and gardening is no exception.  The children love to dig in the garden and water plants.  This year we are providing our students the opportunity to grow flowers, fruits, and vegetables in their own class gardens!  This is part of a new outdoor education component added to our preschool curriculum. Over the past week we have seen the children digging holes, gently patting the soil around newly placed plants and watering. Even though we have installed a drip system the students are watering their own plants. We have taken care to include only child-safe plants in our gardens.  Our collection of gardening tools is just beginning and we would appreciate any donations especially small watering cans or any kid-sized gardening implements.We can't wait to watch as the garden continues to grow and flourish!    (Contributed by Mrs. Douglas)

Give Your Family an International Experience Without Ever Leaving Home
The Homestay Program is hosting our next information night Wednesday, October 13th at 6:30 pm in the Preparatory Academy Theater. We will be discussing this wonderful opportunity, what we expect of our host families, what you can expect from the program, and we will detail the support that Fairmont provides our host families and students.We have both long term and short term hosting opportunities available.  If you have been considering hosting a student but are not ready to make a 10 month commitment we now have wonderful opportunities to host groups of students coming for short term educational visits.
Please RSVP to Christie Dembek at  Or call 714-999-5055 X1427


Wednesday, October 20th
Tanaka Farms - Jr.K & K field trip
Depart: 9:30am     Return: 2:30pm
Permission forms must be turned in before going on the field trip. Students will need to bring a home lunch with disposable items. For more information contact Mrs. Elly in the front office.

Friday, October 22nd
No School
Parent/Teacher Conferences
Conferences are scheduled with your child’s teacher. If you have not received a time to come in please contact the office right away.

Tuesday, October 19th
Environmental Awareness for All Ages

Derek Sabori
Mable Campus, Anaheim

You're never too small to make a difference according to Derek Sabori, head of Environmental Affairs at Volcom and author of children ís book Lu and the Earth Bug Crew ZAP the Energy Spikes. Join Derek to learn how your family can become more environmentally friendly, and bring your little ones along for a fun and interactive reading of Derek's book! RSVP to

Contributed by Elly, Citron Campus 

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