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March 15: Parent Ed Event, 4-4:45*
March 15: Board Meeting, 7pm
March 17: Spring for Education Auction, World Forestry Center, 6-9pm
March 19: Parent Ed Event, 4-4:45*
March 19-22: Mahonia & Sacajawea camping

March 20: Parent-Toddler Music Class (FREE), 9:45-10:30
March 20:Parent Ed Event, 4-4:45*

March 21 & 22: MAC Play, 7pm
March 23: No School, Prep Day
March 26-30: No School, Spring Break
April 3: Parent-Toddler Music Class, 9:45-10:30
April 4: MAC Senior Luncheon, 11:30
April 5: Parent Ed, 5:30*
April 5: Orchestra & Choir Concert, 6pm

April 6: PTO Coffee Hour with Melissa Harbert


 
 
Artes Vitae

Ears to listen and eyes to see.

Longtime readers of the weekly news can attest: that calendar at the top of the page is gaining weight.

With so many moving parts in our community, and so many big ideas, it starts to add up. If we ever get overwhelmed, we remind ourselves: this is the wonderful result of listening.

Parents asked for more evening education opportunities for them to connect to their children's learning. We listened.

Students and staff asked for more arts and performance opportunities. We listened.
The community asked for a quick and easy way to check in on upcoming events every week. We listened!

It's amazing what comes of doing the simple things we ingrain in our children every day:

  • Stop
  • Look
  • Listen

There are so many ways to take part, and no end of ways to keep growing, once you do. We listen, we learn, and we love what we do.

And, as always, thank you for reading.

 
 
Bits & Bobs
01 - Little Red Riding Hood, by Arthur Rackham
Join us for an evening at the theater!  
MAC students are performing The Brothers Grimm Spectulathon, a comedic mash-up of the Grimm Brothers' original fairy tales, written by Don Zolidis.


Opening Night:  Wednesday, March 21st, 7pm
Encore performance: Thursday, March 22nd, 7pm

MAC students please arrive at 6:30pm, sharp.  

Proceeds from the play go directly to the MAC's micro-economy program, which funds their spring and fall expeditions and service projects.

We look forward to seeing you at the theater!

Sam Barlow High School is hosting their 8th Grade Student & Parent night next Tuesday, March 20th, from 5:45 - 8:15.

This is the to time to check out what their school has to offer, ask questions, and learn more about the transition from middle school into high school.
Kitchen News
Deadline to order for next week is Midnight tonight!
Order: Boonli.com.

The straight dish:
March Menu

Housekeeping:
*If you have a balance on your Boonli account please make sure it is paid in full by March 31st. Any remaining accounts that are past due 30 days or more will receive an invoice from the school with an  added 10% Administrative Fee.
Community Learning Center

March Book Nook
Monday, March 19th at 6:00 PM
Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, by Jamie Ford


This month's selection is an historical fiction novel about the love and friendship between Henry Lee, a Chinese-American boy, and Keiko Okabe, a Japanese American girl, during the internment in World War II.

Contact Beverly Bassett for details
bbassett@lcmcs.org   
 
 
 
"We are all here on earth to help others; what on earth the others are here for I don't know."

- W. H. Auden

PTO Corner
Friday coffee hour for March will be a held at Ant Farm in Sandy after drop-off. Come while away an hour or two!

On April 6th, join the PTO and Executive Director Melissa Harbert at the school (after morning drop-off) for a special feature Coffee House.

Melissa will be presenting Ages & Stages: Supporting Your Child's Learning and Development From Birth to Adulthood. Don't miss this chance to for discussion and added insight to your crucial role as a parent in your child's life.

Volunteer!
It makes men of mice.

Help out for the Auction! We have multiple roles for volunteers, many hands make light work!

Prepare meals in the kitchen. Choose one or more days to come in for at least two hours between 8am-3pm. Commit for a week, a month, or all year long, it's up to you! Your lunch is on us.

Join a committee! We've got a few, take your pick. There's always room for your area of expertise and enthusiasm.

You can donate time or dollars to fulfill your family's annual commitment of 40 volunteer hours. Log your hours on our website or in the office. Direct volunteering questions to Mishawn Nelson: mnelson@lcmcs.org.
 
 
 
 
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