Thursday Notes
The Raskob Parent Association Weekly Newsletter
December 8, 2016                                                 Volume 6   Issue 12
Presidents' Message
Dear Parents and Guardians,

I can't believe we're already in December! 

At the quarterly coffee last Friday, we had a very informative presentation by. Stacy Outten, the school MFT and a social skills group leader.  She expertly described the services Kate Perry and herself provide as well as fielded questions from the parents in attendance. They're doing really great work with our kids, and we are lucky to have them.

As you're planning your holiday shopping, please remember that we're accepting donations for faculty gifts. We'd like to be able to give each faculty member a $100 cash gift along with a card. So far we've raised enough to give each member about $60, so we're getting there, but we could really use more help.   Please donate what you can.

There are 2 ways for you to donate:
1) give cash or a check (made out to Tiffin Groff) to Marlen at the front desk OR
2) use  PayPal to

See you next Friday!
Gift Our Teachers and Staff
Extended deadline!!!
 Give today!

Spread some holiday cheer to ALL of Raskob's staff.

Important Details
Donation is due by Dec. 12th.
Multiple ways to pay: 
1) give Marlen cash or a check (made out to Tiffin Groff); or
Cards and Candy
Both cards and candy will be delivered Thursday, December 8, 2016. 

Service Learning at Raskob

Total as of publication

Help our children reach the goal of 150 balls donated by supporting our kids at the Holiday Bazaar and by making a donation today.
In This Issue
Important Dates
Dec 16

Spirit Day: Fancy Friday!

Winter Performance at the Public Market (HNU cafeteria) concerts starts at  10:45 am .
10:15 am Holiday Bazaar, before and after the Holiday Performance

Minimum Day (12:00) NO ASP

Last day to donate to Toys for Tots

Dec 16 - Jan. 2, 2017
Winter Break NO SCHOOL

Jan 13
Spring ASP forms due

Jan 16
school closed for MLK

Quick Links

Parent Education
Assistive Technology Workshop for Dyslexia


  Click here for more info.

This week is  Hour of Code, a worldwide event where kids learn basics of computer literacy by building websites, apps, data bases and computer drawing.