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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle – The Environmental Club collects used cell phones and donates them to Dedication – Mrs. Charlotte Upham Patterson
Cell Phones For Life, who activates the phones for people in assisted living environments. If you have a was honored at recent dedication ceremonies for
phone that is no longer being used, drop it off at CTA Liberty. Charlotte Upham Patterson Elementary School
Walk Like an Egyptian – Sixth-graders celebrated Egypt as the culmination to the end of the Egypt Oct. 19. Students also performed during the event.
unit. The students dressed like pharaohs, queens, slaves and goddesses. Patterson was the longest tenured board member
Let it snow – First Grade received a CEF grant for a snow machine to be used for studying snow. The of the Chandler Unifi ed School District.
machine shoots “snow” 20 feet high. –– Jayne Chesin
Letters to vets – Fourth-graders are sending letters to veterans residing at the Hayden Medical
Center in Phoenix. The thoughtful words of gratitude will be distributed in time for Veterans Day.
Nov. 4: McDonald’s Night
Nov. 14: Fall Festival
Nov. 20: Barros Pizza Night Submitted photo
––Mrs. Erin Hugus
Kids Voting – All students in grades K through six have been learning about elections and the voting
process for the past several weeks. Each student was given a voter ID card and was able to vote on www.
. Watch the Kids Voting tally on Election Night to see which candidate the kids picked for
Fourth-grade fun – Navarrete’s fourth-grade teachers continue to enhance their curriculum with
guest speakers. Last month Chandler fi refi ghters worked with students on emergency exit strategies
from their home. To complement this month’s social studies focus on Arizona’s desert ecosystem, Liberty
Wildlife is bringing nonreleasable wildlife to the classrooms on Nov. 5.
Honoring vets – Navarrete hosts its fi rst Veterans Day Program at 1:15 p.m. Mon., Nov. 10 in the
outside courtyard. The school is looking for family members of Navarrete students who have served or are
currently serving in the Armed Forces. Visit Navarrete’s website for info.
Bowling lessons – All students in grades K through six have been participating in a three-week
High fi ve – Congrats to sixth-grader Peyton Begay, who won fi rst place in the Veterans Health Care
bowling unit, using equipment on loan from the Mesa Brunswick Center on Southern and Dobson roads.
System Essay Contest out of more than 650 entries. Peyton wins a $200 savings bond, will be honored at a
Mrs. Bowles is following the “Getting Ahead with Bowler’s Ed in School Bowling Curriculum” provided by
breakfast and gets to ride aboard the Hall of Flame fi re truck in the Phoenix Veterans Day parade. Peyton’s
the Bowling Proprietor’s Association of America, which includes classroom lessons covering objectives
award-winning essay will also be published in the program for the parade.
in math, language arts, reading comprehension and science. The entire fourth grade travels to the Mesa
Money for nothing – Navarrete has teamed up with Chandler Fashion Center and Urban Villages to
Brunswick Center on Nov. 10 for a culminating fi eldtrip.
earn points for every dollar spent in any of the stores at the mall or surrounding areas through April 15.
Stop by Guest Services at the mall and show your receipts to get a stamp for Navarrete to earn points.
Nov. 10: Veterans Day celebration, 1:15 p.m.
Fall fun – Kindergarten classes at Weinberg have several fun fall activities planned, including the
High rank – Congrats to Bogle teachers, staff and students for earning an “Excelling” rank from the
Thanksgiving Dessert Feast at 1:45 p.m. Tue., Nov. 25 and the Gingerbread House Construction at 1:45
Arizona Department of Education.
p.m. Wed., Dec. 17. Parent help is needed for these activities.
Honor roll – Bogle recently recognized 309 students who made the Honor Roll with a GPA of 3.75 or
—Tammy Douglas, Andrea Huelsenbeck
higher, with quite a few students with a perfect 4.0 GPA.
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