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A+12 November 1 - 14, 2008
Youth
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Erie Eagles Hancock Heat
Election Day – Erie students participate in the election on Nov. 4 through Kids Voting, sponsored by Running free – Hancock’s Running Club begins Mon, Nov. 3, promoting fi tness and encouraging
kindergarten teacher Mrs. Shuck. Erie is proud to be a designated polling place for this election, and Erie sportsmanship. The Club meets from 3:10 to 4:10 p.m. after school Mondays and Wednesdays and
students have been learning about the candidates for several weeks. participates in races against several other Chandler schools over the season.
Team sports – Erie welcomes a new partnership with the YMCA to develop an interest in team Cooking out – Hancock’s Dad’s Club sponsors its annual lunchtime Fall Barbecue on Fri., Nov. 7,
sports at school. Aaron Fairchild visits campus twice a week during recess to provide organized soccer, serving hamburgers, chips, cookies, milk or juice. Cost is $2 per student and $3 per adult; bring a blanket
basketball and/or fl ag football for third- through sixth-graders. or lawn chairs.
Calendar Heart help – Hancock’s annual Jump Rope for Heart event is held during the week of Nov. 24 to raise
Nov. 3: Cookie Dough Fundraiser begins funds for the American Heart Association.
Nov. 4: Kids Voting election Good grade – Hancock recently received the highest rating of “Excelling” from the Arizona
—Christine Loschiavo Department of Education.
Volunteer work – Intel provides funding to schools through the Volunteer Matching Grant Program,
for which any Intel employee with children attending Hancock is eligible to apply. Every 20 hours an Intel
employee volunteers at school is matched by a $200 donation to that school by the Intel Foundation. For
more info, visit www.intel.com/community/iimgp.htm.
Fulton Fire
Tax credit – Donate up to $400 for married couples or $200 for singles to Hancock to claim a tax
credit for 2008. Deadline for tax credit donations is Dec. 31. Encourage friends, neighbors and relatives
High fi ve – Congrats to fourth-grader
living in Arizona to donate if they can.
Courtney Baldwin, who recently won the 3TV
—Suzanne Incorvaia
Kids Voting Student Reporter Contest with
her creative speech about the importance of
voting. Courtney will report the “Kids Voting”
results on Channel 3 on Election Day/Night
while the other reporters are announcing the
“offi cial” results.
Awards night – CUSD Night of
Recognition takes place at 6:30 p.m. Wed.,
Nov. 12 at Chandler Center for the Arts. Fulton
Hull Heroes
congratulates Superintendent’s Outstanding
Submitted photo
Citizen Amanda Ross, AAA Employee Jaime
Fundraiser fun – Hull is hosting its annual golf tournament, the school’s largest fundraiser, Nov. 8 at
Pagliarulo and Volunteers Extraordinaire Jolynn Humphrey and Nancy McCray.
the Oakwood Country Club in Sun Lakes. Proceeds benefi t capital and education programs at the school.
Going green – Fulton is collecting clean, dry plastic shopping and grocery bags until the end of March,
Info: www.hullgolftourney.com.
as well as paper in the Abitibi recycling bin at the end of the parking lot.
Book Fair – Hull’s Book Fair runs Nov. 17 through 21 in the Media Center. Volunteers are needed
Tax credits – Through generous donations in the tax credit program last year, students were able
between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. each day and during Family Night on Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. Visit jdhull.
to participate in fi eldtrips to Kartchner Caverns and Queen Mine, JA BizTown, Youth Fronteirs Kindness
ptomanager.com for more info.
Retreat, Phoenix Zoo and more. Donations also reduce the amount of state income tax that you pay. Tax
—Jill Turski
credit donation forms are available in the offi ce and online, and must be received by Dec. 31 at Fulton or
the district offi ce.
Calendar
Nov. 7: Sixth Grade Poetry Slam, 1:30-3 p.m., Media Center
—Sheri Shroka
Santan K-6 Storm
Jacobson Jets
Cub reporter club: SanTan Sun News Editor Lynda Exley speaks to Santan Elementary’s newly
formed newspaper club at 7:45 a.m. Wed., Nov. 5 to help young writers understand the entire process of
Calendar writing and publishing a newspaper.
Nov. 14: Family Fun Night, bingo/pizza, 6-8 p.m. Calendar
Nov. 18: PTO General Meeting, 6:30 p.m. Nov. 3: Orchestra concert, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Multipurpose Room
Nov. 20: Golden Spoon fundraiser, 25 percent of proceeds benefi t Jacobson Nov. 5: PTO meeting, 2:30-3 p.m.
Feb. 28: 7th Annual Golf Tournament and Dinner Nov. 13: PTO Night at Gennaro’s, 4015 S. Arizona Ave. in Chandler
—Kalynn Swick —Luke Hickey
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