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The PRIDE POST            
                         
Oct. 30 , 2015
Campus News
 
ANNUAL FUND CONTINUES THROUGH NOV.6

Friday, October 30
Saturday, October 31

XC Regionals in Asheville


Sunday, November 1 


Tuesday, November 3

PTO Meeting


Wednesday, November 4

Non-Uniform Day, $5

Blood Drive sponsored by US Student Council, 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. 


Friday, November 6

Circle of Pride Annual Fund concludes 

Varsity Football vs. CSD

TBCY Middle and Upper Schools 
Annual Fund Spotlight: 3rd Grade Shoots for 100% Participation 

We are inspired by the efforts of so many of our families to support PLP's Circle of Pride Annual Fund! The 3rd Grade is striving for 100% participation, and piggy banks are being emptied all over the Lake Norman area for the cause.

Keep it up over the weekend, and stay tuned for a VERY fun incentive for Middle and Upper School. Details next week. 



Blood Drive Next Week

The Upper School Student Council will host a blood drive next Wednesday, November 4th, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

No appointment necessary. 

Stay Alert on Campus
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There have been some...distracting outfits on campus during Spirit Week but we need your attention and cooperation when you are driving to provide a safe campus.  

Officer Parker, our School Resource Officer, has reported an increase in drivers not braking when being told to stop, and continuing to roll forward towards the crosswalk when students are crossing. 

In addition, please refrain from dropping students off in the parking lot closest to the Fine Arts Building.  The lot was not created to support the flow of traffic or continued drop offs.  All students for Middle and Upper school must be dropped off in front of the Upper School for safety purposes. Thank you for doing your part to keep our campus safe. 
Middle School News
 
Middle School Student Council (dressed in patriotic colors for Spirit Week, paused for a quick photo while decorating for the Fall Dance. 

Character Day Fun
 
Students at the Lower School enjoyed dressing as favorite book characters and being visited by Upper School classes, who read to them and shared a snack and craft. 

 

Things 1 and 2 (x2)!
Mrs. Sims, Mr. Webb, Kate and Lauren
Upper School Fine Arts students sculpted with a seasonal medium - pumpkins! Here's Liam, Class of 2015 with his sculpted squash.


Lillia, dressed as Fancy Nancy, dressed as a bunch of grapes!
It's that time of year again!
Novemberfest is back at Pine Lake

- by Francine Castillo, Class of 2015

Pine Lake Preparatory will be holding its annual Novemberfest on campus on
Saturday, November 14, 2015 from 4pm to 8pm .

This year the event will include:
  • a chili cookoff
  • smore's around the campfire
  • fun school-spirited activities

Pine Lake will introduce their winter Basketball teams (Varsity, JV and Middle School), Cheerleaders, and Swimming & Diving teams, in their Athletic Community Center. 

NovemberFest draws more than 600 people to the campus and creates a fantastic family event for the community.The cost is $5 which includes a sampling of chilis by Pine Lake's own chefs. All proceeds of the event will benefit the athletic department. Save the date for a fun-filled afternoon!

" These student athletes work so hard all year round that we felt it only made sense to recognize this hard work and celebrate the dedication towards their upcoming season.  "This year's event will be bigger and better than ever. Dress warm, pack the kids and come join us for a wonderful afternoon of Pine Lake athletics!" said Co-Athletic Director and Varsity Basketball Head Coach, Steve Treffiletti.

**Calling all Ree Drummonds, Ina Gartens and Alton Browns** - Just 5 spots left for chili chefs. If you want to enter the contest for the $250 prize - and to claim the title of Pine Lake Chili Champ, sign up
Chili Cook Sign Up

Sponsorships are also available. Contact Kristen.Sutek@pinelakeprep.org if your business would sponsor this event. 


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