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You're invited to join the Aptos Middle School African American parent group for their first meeting of the school year!
WHEN: Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at 6pm
WHERE: Aptos Middle School cafeteria (105 Aptos Avenue at Ocean)
A special invitation goes out to families from the following elementary schools: Jose Ortega, Carver, Commodore Sloat, Starr King, and Feinstein. Dinner will be provided.
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This is an official opt-in message from SFUSD via SchoolMessenger, our mass notification system for sending out phone calls, emails and text messages.
You have received this message because your mobile phone number was recently updated in our student information system.
We understand this message is alarming and not clear. Unfortunately, we do not have any control over the way this message gets sent out from SchoolMessenger.
We do encourage you to reply "Y" to this invitation to receive text messages from SFUSD, as it makes for much faster communication, which is crucial in the event of an emergency.
SchoolMessenger does not share any of your information, and you will not receive texts from any third parties.
The DFES Annual It's Better than Walkathon will take place on Sunday, October 2, from 11am-2pm at Lincoln High School.
Back by popular demand and success, we have online/pledge donations via PledgeStar: http://pledgestar.com/dfes/
This makes everything easier and helps your child(ren) reach that Sprint Level of prizes where they can get some pretty cool Spirit Wear. Check out the prizes they can win depending on the amount of money they raise! Remember, everyone gets a Walkathon ribbon!
Stride:$100-$150: Walkathon Certificate, DFES Water Bottle, DFESMedal.
Skip:$151-$200: Walkathon Certificate, DFES Water Bottle, DFES Medal, DFES Walkathon t-shirt.
Trot:$201-$250: Walkathon Certificate, DFES Water Bottle, DFES Medal, DFES Walkathon t-shirt, DFES Bag
Sprint:$251+: Walkathon Certificate, DFES Water Bottle, DFES Medal, DFES Walkathon sweatshirt, DFES Bag
All students have a right to take part in educational activities at school without paying a fee, deposit or other charge. An "educational activity" is an activity offered by a school or school district that is an integral part of a student's education, including, but not limited to, curricular and extracurricular activity. Schools cannot charge or request a deposit for materials, physical education or school uniforms, or graduation caps and gowns that are required to take part in an educational activity.
Hope everyone is having a wonderful summer! Please see the attached list of suggested donations for the upcoming 2016/17 school year. These are suggestions by grade level, not requirements. If you would like to donate any items on the list to your child's classroom or the main office, please bring them to school on the first day of instruction, Monday, 8/15. Thanks for your support and see you soon!
(For families of registered students)
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EAT, SHOP and SUPPORT
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Stop, Drop & Go Traffic Schedule
DFES Classroom Traffic Duty Schedule:
Thank you for helping keep our students and school safe!
Volunteers are needed from 7:20am–8:00 am.
May 23-26: Ms. Foerschler (1st)
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