Friday, 3rd - Movie Night on the Lawn- gates open 5:30; Movie @ dusk
Tuesday, 14th- Spirit Night at Bohemian Bull (5-9)
Monday, 20th - Friday, 24th- Thanksgiving Break (School & Office Closed)
When children come into contact with nature, they reveal their strength." - Maria Montessori
Did you know that the primary and elementary classes have an important role in maintaining their own gardens on campus? The Garden Club has been a huge help in planting and maintaining these areas, and they are looking for parents to take on small leadership roles. We are asking for at least one parent volunteer from each class to champion for the garden/ Garden Club by signing up to be a Garden Club Liaison. Each Garden Club Liaison will help elicit parent volunteers and coordinate what is needed for the garden. Please contact email@example.com if you are ready to be, in Ms. Heather’s words, a “Garden Club Cheerleader!” Experience in gardening/ a green thumb is not required.
Garden Club meets the first Friday of each month, from 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm. What a great way to start the weekend...come play in the dirt with your child and friends! Experience not required. (Just a willingness to roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty.)
Check out this article to find out more about all the advantages of gardening with children.
Message from our Parents Association:
We had another very well attended Spirit Night at Charles Towne Fermentory’s Garden last week. It was a beautiful night to socialize, enjoy the lovely weather, and watch the children run and play. Our next Spirit Night will be at Bohemian Bull on Tuesday, November 14th from 5-9pm!
Our neighbors at Home Team BBQ have graciously donated lunch for our teachers to thank them for their hard work, especially during conferences. The PA works hard to make connections with local businesses to help recognize our teachers’ efforts throughout the year. Please get in touch with us if you know any local businesses who might like to be involved!
Keep an eye on your inbox for information about a beloved CTM tradition, the Holiday Gift Shoppe (December 11th-13th). This event gives children the opportunity to participate in the joy of giving by selecting gifts for their family, friends, and even their pets! Proceeds go to the PA’s Teacher Appreciation Fund.
Right now, you can help by donating 5-10 small items by December 1st (look for the box in the office). These gifts can be for adults (including parents and grandparents), children, teens, babies, and pets. Regifted items in pristine condition are welcome, as well as wrapping paper, gift bags, gift tags, bows, and tape. We will also be looking for volunteers to help guide the children in the experience and wrap gifts.
October Memories :)