Calling all 4th Graders and Parents
Come and get a taste of the Matador experience at JTM Prospective Parent Open House. This is a great opportunity to see what your local community middle school has to offer. If you cannot attend, current J.T. Moore Parents will be hosting four coffees in their homes this November. This will provide you an opportunity to personally meet with Dr. Hughes, the Principal of J.T. Moore, and get answers to questions you are dying to ask! Be looking for the dates!
What: Prospective Parent Open House - Parents will tour the J.T. Moore campus and hear from teachers and staff. Students will enjoy free pizza, games (sock wars!), and face painting
Who: Current 4th Graders and their Parents/Guardians
When: Monday, October 30th 6:00-7:30 pm
Where: JTM Auditorium, Gym, Classrooms, Cafeteria—Tour the entire school!!
Fall Sketchbook Club - 3rd and 4th grade students only
Are you a 3rd or 4th grader who loves Art but one hour a week at school is just not enough? Sign up for Fall Sketchbook Club with Mrs. A! During this nine week course, students will explore a variety of two-dimensional art materials while improving drawing and painting skills. Sketchbook Club will meet in the Art Room on Thursday after school until 4:15. Students will be picked up at 4:15 at the Kindergarten doorway. $200 per student which includes supplies and a sketchbook. Sign up now and pay online! Spaces are still available. Contact Mrs. Atkinson, firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or for more information.
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Join up this school year to help take care of our community and Earth!
Kids for a Clean Environment (FACE) is a kids club teaching kids about the environment and leadership. We’ll have lots of activities focused on outdoor fun and building leadership skills. Our activities will include planting in the Percy Priest gardens and trees around the school, making recycled paper and learning about recycling, creek exploration and clean up, and much more!
Kids FACE is open to 1st through 4th graders, we’ll meet rain or shine on Thursday’s after school until 4:15. We have 15 slots so join now! Our first meeting will be Thursday, September 7th . The cost for joining is $20 to help pay for snacks, drinks and other club supplies.
Email Melissa Hood at email@example.com to sign up and for more information.
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Sketchbook Club Sign up online!!
Are you a 3rd or 4th grader who loves Art but one hour a week at school is just not enough? Sign up for Fall Sketchbook Club with Mrs. A! During this nine week course, students will explore a variety of two-dimensional art materials while improving drawing and painting skills.
Sketchbook Club will meet in the Art Room on Thursday after school until 4:15. Students will be picked up at 4:15 at the Kindergarten doorway. $200 per student which includes supplies and a sketchbook.
Download the flyer here.
Join us as we use programming to solve real world problems.
WHEN: Wednesdays (1st and 2nd grades), Thursdays (3rd and 4th grades) after school until 4:00pm
DATES: September 6 - December 13
PRICE: $216 (includes supplies and snack).
INFORMATION: 16 spots available for each session.
QUESTIONS: Lisa Ramsey - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Acting Up musical theater program is designed for elementary school students grades 1-4. Our mission is to provide children with a creative outlet, prepare youth for real life performance experiences, and produce quality musical theater experiences.
We are so excited to offer this program at Percy Priest for the second year! We know that there are so many talented students who are already great performers. We believe that there are many others who have the potential to become incredible performers. Our program would allow students to have the opportunity to focus in on cultivating those performance skills!
Acting Up is an after–school program that brings professional musical theatre training directly to students, making it convenient for families to participate. Musical theatre is a form of theatrical performance that combines songs, spoken dialogue, acting, and dance. This program can accommodate up to 35 students and requires an audition for entry into the program. Students will meet each week with professional teaching artists, who will teach from basic to advance skills of musical theater and will culminate the year with a week of performances.