Kindergarten Students at Park Elementary Celebrate the 100th Day of School!

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Kindergarten students at Park Elementary were busy preparing to celebrate their 100th Day of School by making construction paper hats to wear on the big day. Celebrating the 100th Day of School is the perfect time to have fun with the number 100. The various class activities and lessons provide opportunities for the students to both practice math and also sharpen their observational skills.

Chardon High School AfterProm

Are you looking for a way to meet other parents and support our students at the same time? Then Chardon AfterProm is for you. It is that time of year where we begin to make our Afterprom theme come to life. You can join in the planning and decorating workshops as often as you wish. You will be able to contribute whether you consider yourself creative or not. There is lots to do and many ways to participate! Upcoming Meeting at 7:00 p.m. in the Chardon High School Media Center February 14th. Decorating workshops will begin the first week of March on Wednesdays from 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. in the upper gym and Mondays and Wednesdays in April and May. AfterProm is May 19th. We look forward to seeing you and hope you’ll bring a friend and join the fun!

Calling All Knitters, Crocheters, Loomers, and Crafters

In conjunction with Maple School’s Annual Jump Rope for Heart Fundraiser, the school will also be collecting donations of knitted red baby hats to be delivered to area hospitals in February in honor of The American Heart Association and Heart Health Awareness month. The American Heart Association is a non-profit organization that funds innovative research, fights for stronger public health policies, and provides critical tools and information to improve lives. Maple Elementary is dedicating this event to all who have been affected by heart disease. If you have questions, contact Maple/Park Physical Education teacher [email protected] For information on the types of hats, patterns and yarn, go to the American Heart Association website. Whether you make one, a few, or a bunch, each little hat is sure to keep some little head warm.

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