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Mardi Gras was Magical!

Dear Families,

Thank you for coming out to celebrate Mardi Gras with us. It was so much fun to have our community come together in such style. An event like this takes the work of many hands, and many volunteer hours, we greatly appreciate everyone who contributed. 

We would like to give special thanks to Troy Garcia, Larisa Lilles, Julie Park, Brooke Murray, Julie Vivek, Elaina Jamieson, Louise Hutton, Lan Tran, Kathryn Kuttis, Chris White, Brena Anderson, Kathy Lynn, Shannon Tom, Debra McIntosh, Erika Noteboom, Karol Herbert, April Asorson, Kathy Gregory, Bernadette Conover, Veronica Tift, Brad Eliot, Rob Potter, the IHS/Charlemagne alumni and lastly to Charlemagne's legendary groundskeeper Kurt, who came back from retirement to help us out! 


Have a great week!


Chris Miller & Brooke Parrill

PTO Co-Chairs



Upcoming Events

February 19: No School - President's Day
February 20: PTO Meeting
February 20-23: OBOB Battles


Charlemagne's Got Talent!

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Got talent? Have a hobby you would like to share? Contact the Soiree co-chairs!


Gifts of time and talent are a fun and valuable way to contribute to the auction. Some past examples include cooking classes, cider making, painting parties, and hosting soccer games.  Come share your time or talent with our community and raise funds for ed assistants and interns! Contact Elisha or Jess at elishahocking@mac.com or jessicatbarnhart@comcast.net.



OBOB Update

If you are interested in volunteering to help run the OBOB battles for Charlemagne Feb. 20-23, please follow this link to sign up. 


http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0c49aead2ea02-charlemagne


Please note that moderators need to have training on running a battle. The training meeting will be on Friday, Feb. 16, around time of pick-up, 12:45.


We are holding weekly lunchtime meetings on Thursdays for grades 3-5 to go over example questions and hold mock battles. Official school battles are Feb. 20-23. If you would like to volunteer during a lunch meeting or to help run the school battles, please email charlemagneobob@gmail.com.


There is now a Sign-Up Genius page for reserving rooms after school to hold meetings with your child's OBOB team if you wish. Note that all room requests must go through this online sign-up. There are no sign-ups in the office. Also, please read all of the rules and responsibilities when signing up. And please note that a parent must be with the children at all times.



Bring in your Box Tops!

It's time to turn in your Box Tops for Education. The next submission deadline is March 1, so please turn in your Box Tops in the barrel outside the library by Feb. 23 so our coordinator has time to get them ready to mail in.


So far this year, Charlemagne has received $180.20 from the Box Tops for Education program.


We need a new Box Tops coordinator for next school year, as our current coordinator is the parent of a 5th grader. It's a low-key job you can do from the comfort of your home, getting Box Tops ready to submit twice a year. Contact Debra McIntosh for more information.


No Camp Rigolo this Summer

Due to a lack of a willing coordinator, it looks like Camp Rigolo will not happen this summer.If you feel like making a last effort to make this camp happen, please contact Jessica Schabtach.


Repeated from Previous Weeks

The articles below were in a previous week, but are included again for your reference.


M. Chapelle's Music Website

Our new music teacher and old friend M. Chappelle has been working on his music website Check it out!

https://sites.google.com/site/chappellmusique/


Treasure Island at Rose Children’s Theatre 

Rose Children’s Theatre proudly presents their production of Treasure Island. The story of Treasure Island is a classic. Originally written by Robert Louis Stevenson in 1883, this adaptation by ArtReach Children’s Theatre Plays’ Kathryn Schultz Miller encompasses all the elements needed for an entertaining story.  Rose Children’s Theatre invites you to join them on a slightly different adventure, as Jim Hawkins, after having his worst day ever, dreams of a better life as a pirate. He meets pirates Billy Bones and Long John Silver, as well as beautiful mermaids, dancing crabs, and some very vocal parrots.


Performances are February 16 and 17 at 7:00 p.m. and  February 17 and 18 at 2:00 p.m. at The Wildish Theater, 630 Main St, Springfield, OR. This cast showcases the talent of 51 actors in grades 3 through 10, under the expert direction of Judy Wenger and Rebekah Hope. Please join them on this adventure and cheer them on as they set sail on the wild seas.


Tickets for Rose Children’s Theatre’s Treasure Island may be purchased online at https://rosechildrenstheatre.org/ or one hour prior to showtime at the Wildish Theater box office. Tickets are $12.00 for adults and $9.00 for children and students. 



Traffic Safety

Reports of traffic issues have come in regarding backups on E. Amazon and 39th. For the safety of all, please consider these safety guidelines:

• If two or more students attend, the older student(s) should use the drop off/pick up zone of the youngest sibling.


  Do not stop where your child is standing for a pick-up, especially if there is an empty space in front of you to pull forward. Continue to move forward so traffic is not backed up. Your child will make her/his way to your car on the sidewalk.


  Drive slowly and do not “leap frog” ahead to an open space. If everyone pulls forward, this should end that practice.


• Do not drop off at the front door, continue to pull forward to ease traffic flow.

• Please refrain from using your cell phone in the pick-up line.


  Do not get out of your car. If you need to get out of your car to support the entry/exit of your child(ren), then please park in a designated

space.



T-Shirt and Sweatshirt BLOWOUT!

tech.purple.frontThere are still lots of t-shirts and sweatshirts left in the main hall display case! Come grab them while you can: $8 for t-shirts and $15 for sweatshirts. Just leave a check with Bernadette in the front office.


Charlemagne's  Annual Soirée

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Mark your calendars!  Our annual Soiree will be Friday, April 20, 2018, at the Downtown Athletic Club. It’s going to be a ton of fun!  Looking for ways to contribute? We are seeking:


• Business sponsorships 


• Goods or service donations from your business


All donations are tax deductible. Fundraising dollars support classroom assistants and interns. These assistants reduce the student to teacher ratio, provide additional support for students, and share French culture.


Please contact: Jessica  Barnhart at jessicatbarnhart@comcast.net or Elisha Hibbard at elishahocking@mac.com



Rubik's Cube Competition & Teacher Workshop

Saturday, Feb 24, 2018

North Eugene High School -

Eugene, OR


Read the More Information page for competition details and how to borrow or purchase cubes for the competition.


Competition & workshop are free - No entry fees or workshop charge!

Competition registration closes February 2

Click Here To Register for Competition



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