Friday, April 29

FRIDAY FOLDER mable campus april 29

Photo of the Week  
Parents, students, teachers, and visitors enjoy the Enrollment Celebration Barbeque held on April 27   

Enrollment Celebration BBQ
The Mable Campus was filled with excitement on Wednesday, April 27, as families and visitors enjoyed a picnic-style lunch with hot dogs and snacks. Families took time to visit with their children on the field, chatted with friends, and enjoyed a perfect spring day. The picnic was a wonderful opportunity to share our appreciation for the continued trust our families have in us, and we are extremely grateful to them for allowing us to achieve our enrollment goal. Many thanks also to the Fairmont Parent Association for providing delicious snow cones, and to Food Management for catering such tasty treats.
Boys Soccer
The JH Boys Soccer team just finished up a very successful season. They made it all the way to the semifinals of the Tri-Way League where they fell short to Anaheim Hills 2-0.It was a remarkable season for the boys because they finished with a record of 7-5 while playing with 10 players for 10 out of the 12 games. The defense was held together by goalie Nico Ament and defenders Matthew Tuinstra, Ejay Cho, Brando Padilla, and Nomin Park. They only gave up 9 goals in 12 games, which is a wonderful accomplishment. Through the midfield we were led by Shawn Cho, our playmaker, Alfred Mustafa, Justin Lee, Tarek Sahyoun, and Ken Li. Our leading goal scorer, Kareem Latif, tallied 16 goals for the season and was our engine during our play-off run. I have been coaching soccer for over 10 years, and I have not been more proud of a group of boys. Their heart and determination was second to none, and it was a true privilege to coach these young men. 

Contributed by Coach Gustav Gratzer

Junior High Spirit Week
As the year begins to wind down, ASB events pick up. After a relaxing spring break, Junior High students jumped into the events of Spirit Week. ASB planned everything, and this year it was all about the movies. Each day, students competed to earn spirit points for their homeroom by dressing up to the according theme of that day. On Friday, April 29, homerooms competed against each other for a chance to steal the trophy from Mrs. Lugo's homeroom, last year's champion class. The homeroom games this year included a peanut butter and popcorn toss, a banana eating contest, a relay race, and a frozen T-shirt contest. In addition to spirit week, ASB sponsors other major events throughout the year including Carnival, the End-of-Year dance, and fundraisers.

Contributed by Jenny Rossopoulos
Important Reminder
We would like to remind our families that the 10% discount on Summer Camp and Summer School expires on Saturday April 30th. Check out the Mable Campus welcome video by clicking on the link in the Week in Review section below. 


SUMMER mable welcome video

Tuesday, May 3 through Thursday, May 5 
CTP4 testing campus-wide
Make up day is Friday, May 6

Friday, May 6
Breakfast with Rocky at 8:30 am
Parents, please come in, enjoy coffee on us,chat, and meet Rocky the Panther.

Monday, May 9 to Friday, May 13
7th  Grade trip to the Grand Canyon 

Thursday, May 12
8th Grade International Luncheon at 11:30
FPA meeting at 8:30

Saturday, May 14 
Free assessment for prospective families 

Contributed by Karen, Mable Campus 

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