Friday, March 18

FRIDAY FOLDER anaheim hills campus march 18

SHOW & TELL 
Congratulations Daisy Troop 950!
Fairmont Private Schools was well represented this past weekend at the Richard Nixon Library for the Girl Scouts 99th Birthday where they won 1st place for the Daisy Level art contest.  The theme of the party was "Celebrating Differences".  Our 1st grade Daisy girls entered in the Shoe Art contest themed "Walk a Mile in My Shoes" where each girl picked a color of the rainbow and create their own design.  They were encouraged to be resourceful and "re-purpose" materials they had on hand for their project.  Our young ladies may be small in size but super BIG with their creativity.  Congratulations Daisy Troop 950.  We're very proud of you. 

Your Participation Requested for Fairmont's Annual Parent Survey
If the Anaheim Hills campus reaches 90% participation in the survey we will win a FREE DRESS DAY!! Please fill it out before March 30

By now, you should have received an email with our annual parent survey. To keep the survey anonymous the link was emailed to you from Options Marketing Research. The anonymous opinions and thoughts of all Fairmont parents in the survey are critical to our schools and highly valued. Last year we instituted a number of changes due to parent feedback-including this weekly eNewsletter! Please take 8 minutes to let us know what is working for you and what is not.
Thank you!    
Bake Sale
Mrs. Foeldi's Class is busy working on posters for the Bake Sale they are hosting to raise money for the Japanese Earthquake Relief efforts.
The Bake Sale will be held on Wednesday, March 23.    

Fifth Grade Square Dance Music Program
The 5th graders had a rip-roarin' time at their Square Dance Performance on March 8, 2011. Directed by our music specialist, Mrs. Zavoral, the show was complete with patriotic songs, percussion  
instruments and traditional square dances. The show's highlight was when the performers pulled audience members onto the dance floor to learn how to dance!   

Square dancing supports the 5th grade Social Studies units on American History. The dance style originated from colonial days and is still alive today, especially on the Anaheim Hills campus! 

Summer Camp 2011 "The Great Outdoors" 
Come join us this summer for a journey to the "Great Outdoors!"  Summer School, Summer Camp and Enrichment Workshops - Check out the website! www.fairmontsummerprograms.com 

Academic Outcomes Presentation 
March 29  8:30am-9:30am, MPR
Presentation By: Director of Curriculum Director, Sandy Cosgrove

Sandy Cosgrove will report on all the initiatives that Fairmont Private
School as taken in regards to technology and in the classroom.  She will be showing video footage of actual classroom interactions and technology.  Student academic responses to these initiatives will be reviewed. She will conclude with a question and answer session.

Cougar Sports
Tri-Way Boys Soccer vs Carden Hall
Cougars WIN 1-0

Tri-Way Girls Soccer vs Carden Hall
Lady Cougars lose 0-6

WEEK IN REVIEW 

SUMMER your morning coffee is on us


CALENDAR
Tuesday, March 22
-Fourth Grade Spelling Bee @ 1:30pm
-Tri-Way Soccer @ Oakridge
    Girls - 3:00pm/Boys - 4:00pm

Wednesday, March 23
-Third Grade to Wizard of OZ at Bren Center at UCI
-Honor Roll Assemblies
   Junior High                       8:30am
   Fourth and Fifth Grades     9:00am
-Mrs. Foeldi's Class Bake Sale For Japan Earthquake Relief
-Tri-Way Soccer vs Pegasus
    Girls - 3:00pm/Boys - 4:00pm

Thursday, March 24
-Fourth Grade to the Mystery of King Tut
       at La Mirada Performing Arts Center
-Seventh Grade to the Museum of Tolerance
-Eighth Grade to the Orange County Courthouse

Friday, March 25
-"Cougar Coffee" at 7:30-9:00am
-Orange County Opera presents "The Barber of Seville" at 9:00am

Contributed by Vicky, Anaheim Hills Campus

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