Newsletter 40 - Week of May 28
Calendar of Events
WEEK OF MAY 28 - JUNE 1
Mon. 5.28:  Memorial Day: No School
Wed. 5.30:  Last Day of School for Grades 1-6 (Early Dismissal - No Aftercare) / Last Assembly During 2nd Period / Grade 6 Graduation @ 4pm
Park Maitland 2017-2018 School Survey

Park Maitland School is committed to Wonder-Filled learning, combining both tradition and innovation to create a legacy of leaders. As part of this commitment, we need your input to ensure we are reaching our goals. As we conclude the 2017-18 school year, please take a moment to complete the following brief survey. All answers are anonymous unless you feel you would like to share your name so we may contact you regarding your responses.

All aspects of our school are important, but safety and security of our precious students always take precedence. As we continue to scrutinize and enhance our campus security measures and protocol, your feedback is highly important. Please take the time to answer the last survey question on Safety and Security. 

A Tale as Old as Time...
We are so very proud of our 6th grade students and the fabulous performance of Beauty and the Beast that they put on at the Bob Carr auditorium. Thanks to all that attended to "be our guest" as our Super Seniors gave it their all in their big show!
Don't forget to order your Beauty and the Beast DVD, filmed by Park Maitland alumni, Charlie Burket!

Our K5 Bridging Ceremony was a sweet and memorable event, as our K5 students crossed the bridge to 1st Grade. What a wonderful world... and wonderful children!
CONGRATULATIONS to our Eagles soccer team on winning their season championship! They all played hard this season and we, Coach Bovell, and Coach Rassa, could not be more proud. Great job, team!
Congratulations to our rising Super Senior, Avery R., who just won the regional championships for her age group (9-11) with this dance last weekend! We are always so proud to share the outstanding talent of our Park Maitland students.
IMPORTANT END OF YEAR PROCEDURES
Be sure to look for the 2017-2018 END OF YEAR PROCEDURES on the "Parent Access" page of our website for important information.  This is your link to all the information you need regarding the end of the year and more!



ITBS score reports and final report cards can be picked up from Tuesday, June 12th - Friday, June 15th between the hours of 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. They will not be mailed this year. If your account is not paid in full, however, you will need to make arrangements to pick up your child(ren)’s report card upon final payment.

-- PLEASE NOTE -- 
Any outstanding balances must be paid before the end of the school year. The final month of AfterCare will be billed at the end of the month and payment is due upon receipt. Thank you for your cooperation!
Last Day of School
Dismissal Information

Wednesday, May 30th is an early dismissal day for students and is the last day of school for 1st through 6th grade!

Regular lunch arrangements should be made for this day, but the dismissal schedule has been adjusted to accommodate an early dismissal.

*Please note: There is no "Club Eagle" AfterCare on this day!

All students will be dismissed after they have had lunch according to the following schedule:

Grades 1, 3, and 5 -- 11:35 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Gate opens at 11:35 a.m. -- closes at 12:00 p.m.

Grades 2, 4, and 6 -- 12:13 p.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Gate opens at 12:13 p.m. -- closes at 12:45 p.m.

If you have a lunch "A" child that needs to go home after lunch "B," please send in a note
to that effect. We will have supervision in the gym for those children.

All library books are due at this time. Please return library books back to the library or book drop as soon as possible.
Thank you very much!
Thank you to all of the amazing parents that came in to Ms. Dick's class to share their profession with their child's class. What an incredible learning experience!
A special thank you to our Critter Crew, Maiori B, Georgia C, Mary Clare A, and Carolina P! They dedicated themselves to the care and feeding of all of our Park Maitland animals, as well as being instrumental in many of our rescues this year! 
Congrats to Lylah R and Rylan C. They both received high point awards at the Patriot Aquatics Long Course Meet this past weekend!
Week 1   Imaginarium
June 4 - 8  

Week 2  •  More Than Meets the Eye
June 11 - 15

Week 3  •  Adventure Seekers
June 18 - 22

Week 4  •  Wonder Emporium
June 25 - 29

Entering Pre-K/K-4 - Grade 6
TUITION - $325/week
Camp Hours - 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m

Now Registering children entering
Pre-K/K-4 - Grade 6
TUITION - $325/week
Camp Hours - 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m

FREE EXTENDED CARE:
Park Maitland School offers extended care from 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. at no additional cost. A fee of $1.00 per minute is charged per camper/per minute after 5:00 p.m.

If you have friends of family members that are not currently affiliated with Park Maitland School, we are excited to invite them to join our Camp Wonder experience. Please share this information and bring a friend to join in on the fun!
July Enrichment Camps at Park Maitland School

Our July Enrichment Camp schedule is complete! We are so excited to offer many fun camp options to all 2018-19 Park Maitland students.

Registration can be completed through the link below. Contact Stefanie Johnston ( sjohnston@parkmaitland.org ) with questions OR reach out to the indicated camp coordinator directly.

We look forward to sharing our summer with YOU!


2018-2019 SCHOOL CALENDAR
Trips and special event dates are
subject to change
August 10: Meet and Greet (Grades 1-3)
August 13: Meet and Greet (Grades 4-6)
August 14: Meet and Greet (K4 and K5)
August 15: K4 and K5 first day of school
August 16: Grades 1-6 first day of school
September 3: Labor Day holiday for students and faculty
September 24: Professional Development Day for faculty, Student Holiday
October 16-19: Grade 5 Williamsburg trip
October 22: Teacher workday, Student holiday
November 19-23: Thanksgiving Holiday
December 20: Toys for Tots Assembly, Holiday parties, early dismissal
December 21-January 4: Holiday break
January 7: Students and teachers return
January 21: Martin Luther King Jr. holiday for students and faculty
January 22: Teacher workday, Student holiday
February 4-8: Washington DC trip
February 14: Professional Development Day, student holiday
February 15-18: President’s Day holiday for students and faculty
March 18-22: Spring Break
March 25: Teacher Work Day, student holiday
April 19-22: Easter holiday
May 23: Big Show
May 24: Student and teacher holiday
May 27: Memorial Day student and teacher holiday
May 28: Final day K4
May 29: Final day K5
May 30: Final day grades 1-6
May 30: 6th-grade Graduation
GRADE LEVEL LINKS
(Please note: Teacher pages are not updated for
the following week until Sunday at 4:00 p.m.)
K-4
K-5

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