Friday, November 5

FRIDAY FOLDER anaheim hills campus november 5

Sports Update
Tri-Way Play-offs started on Monday for the volleyball and football teams.  Both of the teams won on Monday!  So we are off to the semi-finals….the girls volleyball team sadly lost on Tuesday to the Carden Hall Eagles  in a very tough 3-game match, but they finished the season with a 11-2 record.  The boys won the semi-final game against Calvary and made it to the Tri-Way finals for the first time.  Unfortunately they lost to Carden Hall in the finals 14-6.  Despite the loss, it still was a very successful season with the boys finishing the season with a record of 12-2!

Cougar Sports Scores
For the Week of November 1-5
Tri-Way Football vs TVT
Cougars Win 35-6

Tri-Way Volleyball
Cougars WIN  28-26, 25-22

Tri-Way Volleyball vs Carden Hall
Cougars lose  25-27, 25-22, 16-18

DSL Football
Cougars lose 12-18

DSL Volleyball
Cougars lose 20-25, 16-25

Tri-Way Football League Finals vs Carden Hall
Cougars lose 6-14

Second Grade Music Program – “Dino-Stars”
Mrs. Zavoral’s second grade music program “Dino-Stars” was on Wednesday and it was a wonderful, wonderful show!  All of the students were dressed up as dinosaurs and there were so many amazing creative dinosaur costumes!  Great job all you moms and dads!  During part of the show the second graders went into the audience to ‘recruit’ a teacher to teach the ‘dinosaur two-step’ too….it was so much fun watching the dinosaurs teaching the teachers.

Eighth Grade Bonding Trip
On Friday, October 29, the eighth graders left for the annual “Bonding Trip”.  The boys went to Irvine Lakeview Terrace for a camping trip, complete with tents, fishing poles, cooking stoves and lots of food!  The boys had memorable trip-many of them camping and fishing for the first time.  This trip is so important because it gives all the boys an opportunity to get to know their classmates and teachers in a more meaningful way.  Many of our graduating  8th graders have been here at Fairmont since Kindergarten and will soon be moving on to high school and the next ‘season’ of their lives.
The eighth grade girls went to South Coast Plaza for some quality shopping time (very important), and then to Maggiano’s for lunch (also very important), and then went to “The Mansion” (as they all called it) for a sleep-over!  They all worked together preparing, by their request, a Thanksgiving Day feast for dinner (with turkey and all the fixings).  They then talked and shared and watched movies all night long!  Many of the girls are anxious to enter the next stage of their lives, but truly will love their classmates and treasure these memories for a very long time!  (VERY important)

Spirit Day
On Monday, November 1, junior high had its first “Spirit Day”.  Each grade dressed up with a color theme and competed for the “Most Spirited Class” award.  Eighth Grade won the color competition (most blue) and Sixth Grade won the dance competition (dancing to Miley Cyrus’ Party in the USA).  These activities were taken very seriously as there were free dress days and free pizza lunches on the line!

It was a scary, spooky day on Halloween!  Pre-school paraded around with their teachers.  The pre-school teachers dressed up as lady-bugs and director, Candace Atherton was…the bug-catcher!! The students and parents loved seeing the enthusiasm that our wonderful teachers brought to the day.  

The elementary classes paraded, and loved showing off their clever costumes. The Second Grade teachers dressed up with characters from Alice in Wonderland with the Mad Hatter (Mrs. Brewster), The White Rabbit (Mrs. Lee), The Queen of Hearts (Mrs.Thall) and Alice (Mrs. Zavoral).  Third Grade teachers, Mrs. Bloomingdale and Mrs. Carroll were “Ketcup and Mustard”…they were hysterical. They hung out with Second-Grader Parker L. who was a giant hot dog and bun.  Mr. Drake, who never dresses up, was a camper fisherman this year as he and the 8th grade boys were leaving after the parade for the annual “8th Grade Bonding Trip”. 

ARTS & CRAFTS get ready for fall
LUNCHBOX november menu, anaheim hills
SCOREBOARD game highlights: anaheim hills boys football vs calvary
SCOREBOARD game highlights: anaheim hills dsl boys football vs edgewood
SCOREBOARD game highlights: anaheim hills girls volleyball vs carden hall
SCOREBOARD game highlights: anaheim hills girls volleyball vs pegasus

Monday, November 8
Elementary Flag Salute at 8:10am and 8:25am

Tuesday, November 9
3rd Grade to Long Beach Aquarium
Junior High Instrumental Program at 1:30pm
Tri-Way All-Star Games at Orangewood  3:15pm

Wednesday, November 10
DSL Football and Volleyball vs Heritage Oak   3:15pm

Thursday, November 11
Veteran's Day  NO SCHOOL

Friday, November 12
Junior High Fun Friday to Boomer's in Irvine

Contributed by Vicky, Anaheim Hills Campus

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