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Jacobson Jets Hamilton Huskies
Sally Foster – Sally Foster, a new line of holiday gift wrap and products, is the new fall fundraiser, Just like Babe - The Huskies 14U baseball team recently won the Babe Ruth State Tournament and
running Aug. 6 through 20. Fifty percent of all sales go to Jacobson. are headed to Utah to play in the Babe Ruth regional tournament in Murray, UT. If they win in Utah they
Coffee klatsch – “Coffee with the principal” is held the fi rst Tuesday of every month. Take this will travel to Virginia to compete in the Babe Ruth World Series set for Aug. 18 through 24. Six of the boys
opportunity to meet informally with the principal to discuss timely topics. were on the 2005 Chandler National Little League team that played in the Western Region tournament.
Scrip returns – Order forms and registration codes for this year’s Scrip sales are available on the – Dusty Pierson
school website. It’s a dollar-for-dollar trade on gift cards; Jacobson gets back a percentage of every gift
card sold. This year, orders placed on Monday are delivered by Friday.
Aug. 6: Sally Foster Kick Off Assembly, Multi-Purpose Room
Aug. 7: Coffee with the principal, Media Center, 8:30-9:30 a.m. Sanborn Elementary
Aug. 20: Final day of Sally Foster
Aug. 29: Barros Family Pizza Night
Syllabus – Curriculum Night for grades one through six is 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thu., Aug. 9.
— Cindy Sanders
PTO – The fi rst PTO meeting is 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tue., Aug. 21 in the Media Center. The Dad’s club
will have activities for children, toilet trained and older, in the multi-purpose room for parents who wish
to attend the PTO meeting.
Dad’s Club – The WELCOME BACK BURGER BASH is hosted by the Dad’s Club from 5 to 7 p.m. Aug.
24. Join the fun and get acquainted.
New Tees – New Sanborn T-shirts are on sale now through the PTO. Stop by the front offi ce for an
Aug. 30: Picture Day
Meet ‘n’ Greet – Open House/Curriculum Night is Thu., Aug. 2. Parents meet teachers, learn about
— Pamela Moya
their child’s courses and get valuable information regarding school procedures, student activities, and the
Parent Booster Club.
Club Fair –The annual club fair is held 8:30 a.m. until the start of fi rst period on Thu., Aug. 9. Club
sponsors deliver information regarding current clubs offered on campus.
Site Parents – The Bogle Site Council is forming for 2007-08. This organization serves as an advisory
to the principal and provides informational looping out to the BJHS community. The council is composed
of three parents, one community/business partner member, four school staff members and a site Calendar
administrator. There are four annual meetings focusing on specifi c, preset topics. Parents interested in Aug. 14 – PTO Meeting, 7 p.m. in the Media Center
serving should contact the offi ce at 480-883-5500. Aug. 17 – Family Fun Night sponsored by PTO, 6:30 p.m. in the Multi Purpose Room
Thank you - The Bogle staff thanks parent volunteers who assisted with schedule distribution on the Aug. 22 – School Picture Day
fi rst day of school and locker rentals during the week. – Andrea Huelsenbeck
— Jennifer Sifuentes
Chandler Christian School
Santan Junior High Storm
Tax credit – ACSTO is a tax exempt charitable organization that allows a married couple fi ling jointly
to make a donation to the ACSTO up to $1,000 and receive a dollar-for-dollar tax credit against the
taxpayer’s Arizona state income tax. A taxpayer may also be able to claim a federal deduction for the
Stormin’ success – Thanks to the W.E.B. students and teachers who made the fi rst day at Santan
donation. Parents must apply to receive the monies. The next application cycle is due Oct. 31. Visit the
offi ce for more info.
Future fundraiser – Look for info on the upcoming magazine fundraiser beginning Aug. 13.
Farewell – Meet in the chapel at 8:45 a.m. Fri., Aug. 10 to wish Mrs. Wilson farewell. Refreshments
Help wanted – Santan needs a crossing guard. If interested call 480-833-4612.
and goodbye hugs follow in the gym.
Don’t forget - All school news can also be found on Santan’s website: ww2.chandler.k12.az.us/
Get involved – There are many opportunities to get involved at CCS including Parent Teacher
Fellowship, which meets regularly and is dedicated to serving the needs of the CCS family through
fellowship, outreach to the community and fundraisers. The fi rst meeting is 7 p.m. Aug. 27. Each parent
Aug. 7: Booster Club meeting, 4:30 p.m., Library
who attends receives a $5 voucher toward a CCS Dinner Auction ticket. Every family is required to “...use
Aug. 14: Site Council meeting, 4:30 p.m., Library
whatever gift he has received to serve others...” by volunteering a minimum of 12 hours per year, with four
Aug. 16: Curriculum Night for parents, 6-8 p.m.
of those hours dedicated to PTF. Ask your student’s teacher how you can help in the classroom, too.
— Stephanie Emery
— Cyndi Seefeldt
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