Second Harvest Food Drive

Our Annual Second Harvest Food Drive for is scheduled for Monday, 12/4 – Friday, 12/15. Please start saving items for the food drive, so we can help needy families during the holiday season in our community. As in the past, all classrooms will have a large barrel to fill with dry and canned foods. The class that fills the most barrels will win an ice cream party. We would love to get another award for raising the most food, so please give generously!!

Book Fair All Week 12/4-12/8

Main Street’s Book Fair Begins on Monday, December 4!

Hours Monday – Thursday   8:00 – 4:00 Friday         8:00 – 1:00

Family Night is on Wednesday, December 6   5:00 – 7:00 p.m.

**The book fair cannot run without volunteers…….Please contact Polly if you can help!

pollyjvaughn@gmail.com

Anti-Bullying Month

No Bullying Zone October is Anti-Bullying month and to bring attention to this important issue, we will be asking students to wear BLUE on Oct. 2, which is National Blue Shirt Day, World Day of Bullying Prevention. Later in the month, we will continue our quest against bullying with our “Donut Bully” campaign during the week of Oct. 23-27. Every Sprinkle (aka Student) Counts! Students will be asked to sign their names on paper sprinkles, which will be added to our giant donut on display in front of the school. Each day will feature fun themes to reinforce the idea of choosing not to bully. On Friday, we hope to give each student a donut to celebrate the week. We hope all of our students participate!

Monday – October 23rd Give Bullying The Boot! (western wear)

Tuesday – October 24th Team Up Against Bullying! (jersey / sports wear) Wednesday – October 25th Lei Off Of Bullying! (hawaiian theme)

Thursday – October 26th Shade Out The Bullying! (wear sunhats or sunglasses)

Friday – October 27th We DONUT approve of bullying, so we DONUT care what we wear! (mis-match day)

Oct. 2 National Blue Shirt Day

No Bullying Zone October is Anti-Bullying month and to bring attention to this important issue, we will be asking students to wear BLUE on Oct. 2, which is National Blue Shirt Day, World Day of Bullying Prevention.

Heroes for Houston

Main Street Elementary School students raised $2,000 for Shadydale Elementary School, a school and community heavily damaged by Hurricane Harvey. Students and families generously contributed to our Heroes for Houston campaign, with the four classes pictured here–Ms. Springe, Ms. Denham, Ms. Martin and Ms. Rude–raising the most funds. Many students emptied their piggy banks and donated birthday money to help these Houston students and their school. Thank you to all who contributed.