In this issue: Harbor Nissan GIVES BACK, 8th Grade Fundraising, Builder’s Club, Lunch Ordering, School Spirit, Volunteers Needed, CATS

News from Mrs. Fear

Harbor Nissan GIVES BACK: Harbor Nissan together with Harbor Insurance are going to donate $15,000 each month to local organizations and causes. Three local charities will have the chance to win $5,000 each month. Two charities will be decided via social media contest and one chosen via a committee. Each organization can win 3 times during the calendar year!! This is going to be huge for local organizations, the arts, etc. PLEASE VOTE FOR US DAILY!

8th Grade Fundraising: 8th graders will continue to raise money for their class trip every Friday afternoon. Most snacks are $1.00
Parent Social: Due to hurricane Irma our Parent Social has been rescheduled to October 12 at Laishley Crab House at 6:30pm. Flyer to follow!

Builders Club: Builder’s club meeting is Thursday September 28th from 2:45-3:30. Membership is open at any time. Elections for office will be at the October 5th meeting. Due to Hurricane Irma, Induction Ceremony has been rescheduled to October 19th at 6pm.

Lunch Ordering: Thank you for following the instructions with lunch ordering. If you are having any issues once you are on the payment screen, please send a screen shot of what the message is saying. RenWeb thought this problem was resolved, but we are still having some families with issues. Anyone who ordered lunch during the hurricane week, money has been applied to your account.

School Spirit: Come get your dry-fit shirts while they last! Go Dolphins!!

Volunteers Needed: Parent Volunteers are needed to be judges for the Science Fair on November 8th . Mr. Hendricks will train you during one session after school and then judging will take about two hours on the 8th. Email him at rhendricks@charlotteprepfl.com for details.

CATS: CATS, the drama club, will begin on Monday, Oct 2nd from 3:15-4:45. This year’s play will be ALADDIN!! Information flyer/ Sign-up information will be sent home to all 2nd-6th grade students on Monday, September 25!