Change for “Books to the Rescue” puts new children’s books and new stuffed animals in every Police cruiser in Greene county! Police officers will hand out the books or stuffed animals to a child who may need comfort and soothing at the scene of an accident, a domestic violence situation or some other crisis. We will be collecting change to help stock Beavercreek Police Cruiser bags. During lunch each grade level will have a container for you to place your change. Each grade level will compete against the other grade levels to collect the most change. The grade level that collects the most money by Friday, November 20th will be awarded extra recess or a different surprise! The winning grade level will be announced November 23rd!!
Trebein Holiday Shoppe Volunteers Needed
Do you like to volunteer? Are you in need of volunteer hours? If so, here's your opportunity. Trebein is looking for volunteers to help at their Holiday Shoppe on November 21. Please click the link below to sign up. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Driver in room 2505. Thank you!
6th Grade Fundraiser - Today begins the fundraiser for 6th grade. This fundraiser supports our end of the year Super Games Field Day. Students are bringing home a packet today. All money and orders are due back by Wed., November 19, 2015. Orders can be taken on-line by going to http://www.naturesvisionfundraising.com/index.cfm. Enter our code 50741 and your child's name in the green box at the top of the page for him/her to get credit. You can get a copy of the parent letter by Click HERE. You can get extra copies of the order form by Click HERE. A few of the items will be on display in the IMC Display area. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Oxner or Ms. Lindeman. Thank you for all your support!
Heros at the CommUnity Pep Rally - Coy Middle School kicked off their character education initiative "Unity in Our commUNITY" and a positive incentive program Hero by having a pep rally. As a part of the celebration community heroes were invited and honored for their positive contributions to our community. Students were able to see real life examples of how they can be heroes in our community.