Friday, February 18

FRIDAY FOLDER citron campus february 18

SHOW & TELL 
Photo of the Week: Working Hard for Open House

Open House
At this time of the year we reflect on the progress our students have made. We love to witness the joy on their faces as they proudly share their accomplishments with family and friends. The campus is a wonderland of bulletin boards and displays depicting a variety of themes. Our team of dedicated staff and teachers commit hours to making sure Open House highlights the best we have to offer. There are projects on the desks and an array of objects hanging from the ceilings. Let your children guide you around; this is their home away from home. Ask them questions about their work and a school. Take this time to mingle with other parents and met your student’s friends. Learn how you can be a service to the school and take part in our famous Citron Auction. 

Our Open House is March 18th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. Remember to mark your calendars and invite your friends; we can arrange a personal tour for them. 

Admissions News – Tiki Time Re-enrollment
As Fairmont enters its 59th year of educating young minds we would like to express our sincere gratitude to our families for being a part of our learning community.  As a Fairmont family, you are an important component of our tradition of academic excellence. We look forward to continuing the journey with your family for the 2011-2012 school year. 

By now, you should have received your registration packet. If not, please contact the Admissions Office. Every Citron family, who re-enrolls by the Priority Registration deadline of February 25th, will be entered into raffle drawings for a chance to win "Director for a Day", and a "Premium Parking" space for one month. 

On Friday, March 4th, we will be having our re-enrollment Luau and flag salute assembly. At this time Mrs. Douglas will teach the children the Hula Dance if we have made our re-enrollment goal.  
In addition, the names of nine lucky families will be drawn to receive a "Premium Parking" space. Each family will be awarded a "Premium Parking" space for one month from September 2011 through May 2012. We will also draw for the "Director for a Day". We will announce all the lucky winners in our weekly e-blast newsletter.

 Priority Registration is offered to let you know that you are a "priority" to us. We look forward to having you continue as part of the Fairmont family, and thank you for your continued trust and allowing us to educate your child. 

Best Regards, 
Ms. Rafat
Director of Admissions & Records
Citron Campus

Calendar Update: Move-up Day and Buddy Lunch
Date: Friday, February 25th, 2011
Time: 10:30am-12:00pm
Where: Citron Kindergarten students will be going to the Mable Campus to visit the 1st Grade classrooms as well as have lunch with a 1st Grade Buddy! All remaining Citron students Preschool through Junior Kindergarten will be moving up to the next grade level.After morning classroom visits all P4 classes will join their friends from JK and eat lunch outside on the lunch tables. Students will either bring a lunch from home or order lunch as usual in their own class on Friday morning. P3 students will return to their classrooms to eat lunch and prepare for nap.

This event is a great opportunity for students to make new friends and ease the transition to the next step at Citron and Mable.

Citron Campus Re-enrollment Fun Fridays
Aloha, island-goers!
Here are the themes for the upcoming Fun Fridays:
February 25th: Crazy Tiki Hair or Hat Day
March 4th: Hawaiian Shirt Day

We hope you participate in dressing up in order to promote school spirit.

WEEK IN REVIEW 

TEACHER'S PET latte and jager


CALENDAR 
Monday, February 21st
No School – President’s Day Holiday 

Friday, February 25th
Tiki-Time Fun Friday:Come to school in a crazy hat or crazy hair

Move Up Day and Buddy Lunch
Preschool – Kdg
Will take place during the morning

Kindergarten students will travel to the Mable Campus
Leave: 10:30am Return12:30pm
A pizza lunch will be provided for the kindergarten students

Contributed by Elly, Citron Campus 

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