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This Week at Belleview 3.18.2018

This week at Belleview:

Friday, March 23 – Belleview Spirit Day

Upcoming:

Monday-Friday, March 26-30:  Spring Break, No School

Wednesday, April 11 – Staff Appreciation Lunch

 

The PTCO wants YOU!

Belleview’s PTCO has 46 committees that help keep our school funded and running efficiently in addition to providing fun events for the students and families. We are in need of only SIX more positions for next year. Would you consider chairing one of the following:

Auction

Spring Carnival

Pledge Drive

School Yearbook

VP of Fundraising

Recording Secretary
Please contact Emily Rissmiller at emilyrissmiller00@gmail.com or Priscilla Hawkinson atpixiehawkinson@gmail.com with any questions or suggestions. Thank you for keeping Belleview wonderful.

 

Cherry Creek sends a HUGE thank you to the Belleview Community!  We still have a little change to count, but I can tell you with certainty that the Belleview Community helped us raise $1500 for Bags of Fun.

Kindergarten had the most points meaning they had WAY more change than cash.

3rd grade raised the most overall- They had $262.95 in Change and $283.00 in cash!

Thank you for your generosity in helping with Power Week!

 

 

We had a very successful Dine Out Night at Chick-fil-A. Everyone loved seeing their favorite teachers behind the counter and helping serve food. We all enjoyed chicken and a night off from making dinner. Thank you for your support- we raised over $560 for Belleview. Thanks to Stephanie Longcope for organizing such a fun evening.

Belleview Spirit Day, Mar 23

Bring a dollar and wear PJs to school. Proceeds benefit 5th grade continuation

Belleview Elementary’s Philanthropy Club-Project C.U.R.E. Kits for Kids Medical Supplies Drive

Collecting Monday, March 19- Friday, April 6

You can drop supplies in the large red plastic bin in the front entryway of school OR in boxes outside classrooms

*Most supplies can be purchased at a dollar store.

 

1-Donate Medical Supplies by Grade Level

2-Monetary Donation

3-Create Complete Kit

*Most supplies can be purchased at a dollar store.*

 

Kindergarten: Box of Adhesive Bandages and
Triple Antibiotic Ointment(like Neosporin)

1st Grade: 1% Hydrocortisone Cream and
Toothbrushes (min. 4)
2nd Grade: Hand sanitizer (travel-sized only) and
Elastic Bandage (Ace-type bandages)
3rd Grade: Comb and Facial Tissues (travel-sized only)
4th Grade:

Bar soap and

Triple antibiotic ointment(like Neosporin)

5th Grade:

Nail Clippers (no manicure sets please) and

Elastic bandages (Ace-type bandages)

-$20 pays for $5 shipping bag and enough supplies to fill a kit.

-Any amount will help and is greatly appreciated-even if it’s less than $20.

-Make checks out to Belleview Elementary.

-Turn in cash or checks to front office.

https://projectcure.org/programs/kits-kids

Check the web site listed above for information about purchasing the $5 shipping bag and to get the complete list of supplies needed to create a medical supplies kit.

Note-there are a few items NOT listed on the grade level donation list.  So please check the Project C.U.R.E. link above for complete list of needed items.

-Turn in completed kits to the red plastic bin in the front entryway at school.

-For added fun, you can track your package and see who receives it and when it is received!

Please contact priscillagtaylor@yahoo.com or tracyswen@yahoo.com with questions.

Project C.U.R.E. is the largest provider of donated medical supplies and equipment to developing countries around the world and is headquartered in Centennial, CO.  

 

 

Attention King Soopers Shoppers!

King Soopers reloadable gift cards are still available for purchase in the front office. They cost $2.50 and come pre-loaded with $2.50. (It’s basically free!) Do you already have one? Maybe you have a friend who could use one. Here’s how it works:  Before you make your purchase at King Soopers, ask the cashier to load the card with whatever amount you wish. Then, just use the card to make your purchase. Belleview PTCO gets 5% of the amount you put on the card. In case you’re wondering, currently that comes to an average of $500 per month for Belleview PTCO. It’s easy money, and easy to increase! Questions? Please contact Katie Ross at kathrinaross@gmail.com.

 

Staff Appreciation Lunch, Apr 11 

We will be having our last Staff Appreciation lunch this year on Wednesday, April 11th.  Our theme for this lunch is BRUNCH!!  Please help us treat our wonderful teachers and staff to a delicious meal.   Please see the link below below to sign up. Thank you in advance for helping to make our last Staff Appreciation Lunch of the school year a HUGE success!  Staff Appreciation Brunch

 

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This Week at Belleview 3.4.2018

This week at Belleview:
March 5-9:  Penny Wars for Bags of Fun
Wednesday, March 7 – Spring Enrichment Begins
Thursday, March 8 – 2nd Grade Musical, 6:30 PM
Upcoming:
Monday, March 12 – Board of Education Presentation of School Safety  (Heritage Elementary School, 7 PM)
Tuesday, March 13 – Dine Out Night at Chick-fil-A on Arapahoe

The PTCO wants YOU!
Belleview’s PTCO has 46 committees that help keep our school funded and running efficiently in addition to providing fun events for the students and families. We are in need of only SIX more positions for next year. Would you consider chairing one of the following:
Auction
Spring Carnival
Pledge Drive
School Yearbook
VP of Fundraising
Recording Secretary
Please contact Emily Rissmiller at emilyrissmiller00@gmail.com or Priscilla Hawkinson atpixiehawkinson@gmail.com with any questions or suggestions. Thank you for keeping Belleview wonderful.
Penny Wars for Bags of Fun
This week, Belleview Student Council will be helping Cherry Creek High School raise money for Bags of Fun. Bags of Fun is a local charity that delivers “Bags of Fun” to children in hospitals who are receiving treatment for long periods of time. The average bag costs $40. Cherry Creek is hoping to raise $20,000 (Twenty THOUSAND dollars) for Bags of Fun?
That is where YOU come in. Next week, on Monday through Thursday (March 5-8) we will be conducting PENNY WARS. The idea is that you put coins in YOUR GRADE’s bucket, and DOLLARS in the OTHER GRADE’s bucket. The grade who raises the most money (has the most points) will get prizes from CCHS and Bags of Fun!
Penny 1 point One Dollar -100 points
Nickel 5 points Five Dollars -500 points
Dimes 10 points Ten Dollars -1000 points
Quarters 25 points Twenty

Dollars

-2000 points
Then, on Friday, we will celebrate with a HAT DAY! It is optional, and costs nothing! We will just celebrate a great week of fundraising for a good cause!
SPRING ENRICHMENT STARTS THIS WEEK!
Our awesome spring after-school enrichment programs start this week!  Sound Formation & Mad Science are available on Wednesdays, and Young Rembrandts & Taekwondo on Fridays, through May 2(no school Fri May 4).  No classes held the week of March 26 for Spring Break.  See attached flyers for more details & to register!!!
Please contact Emily Becker (ebecker89@gmail.com) with questions.
Parent Information Network Meeting, Mar 6 or 7
Everyone is invited to attend the next Parent Information Meeting (PIN) on Tuesday, March 6th, 9:15 – 11:15 a.m or Wednesday, March 7th, 7:00 – 8:45 p.m.
This month’s topic will be Supporting Kids During Family Separation, Divorce and Blending.  The speaker will be Cody Baker, Director of “Kids 24/7,” who has teamed up with a panel of experts.  This free presentation will be held at SARC, 14188 E Briarwood Ave., Centennial, CO 80112. No need to RSVP. See attached flyer for more details.
Board of Education Presentation of School Safety, Mar 12 
Dr. Scott Siegfried, Deputy Superintendent of Cherry Creek Schools, will be doing a public presentation on safety at the Board of Education meeting on March 12 at Heritage Elementary School beginning at7:00 pm.  The address for Heritage Elementary is: 6867 S. Heritage Place South, Centennial
Dine Out Night, Mar 13
Mark your calendars for Belleview’s next Dine Out Night at Chick-fil-A Tuesday, March 13 from 5 to 8 p.m. Be sure to stop in for this extra special evening – several Belleview teachers will be there to enter your order! Flyer attached.
9331 E. ARAPAHOE ROAD, 80112 (1/4 mile east of I25, in the Home Depot parking lot)
Attention 2nd-5th graders: Belleview Running Club starts soon!
Spring dates are: March 15, 22, April 5, 12, 19, 26. Registration information is on the attached flyer. We’d love to have your student join us for healthy exercise and fun!
Girls on the Run Spring Season Coaches Needed
Girls on the Run Spring Season will start the week of March 5th. Open to all 3rd, 4th and 5th grade girls.
Registration is open!! For more information about the program go to www.girlsontherunrockies.org.
Belleview needs coaches! Would you like to coach? Any parent, teacher, community member can be a coach!  No need to be a runner, just an enthusiastic leader! We need 3-4 coach volunteers to support our Belleview girls! We have no coach volunteers yet … without coaches, we cannot have a spring team. Coaches receive a 50% discount on team fee for their runner. Do you have questions? Ask Kathy Wilcox, kathleenwilcox4@gmail.com
CLASSROOM PHOTOS NEEDED for YEARBOOK!
Please help us get as many photos as possible to create a fabulous yearbook! You can easily upload your photos from school events directly to the Treering website (flyer with instructions attached) or drop off a thumb drive for Stephanie Longcope or Valerie Thome at the front desk.
THANK YOU
A special thank you to Belleview’s own Wahdan family. They generously provided a delicious dinner for our teachers during conference week from their restaurant Jerusalem.