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Time to Get MOD, Drink Cocoa!

Dear Families,

Tomorrow, Monday, January 22, is our next community night out at the South Eugene MOD PIZZA. Please see the article below for more details. Don't forget to bring along the flyer, and we hope to see you all there!

Also, please join us as Esprit de Corps hosts a delicious hot cocoa social this Friday after school! Details in the article below. Do you have a crockpot to share at this event? Can you come help serve? Sign up now!

We are still collecting pledges for Math Madness! Please turn in any additional packets to the classroom boxes through the end of the week. You can make and donations directly to our PTO here: https://squareup.com/store/charlemagnePTO/item/math-madness-donations  


Have a great week!


Chris Miller & Brooke Parrill

PTO Co-Chairs



Upcoming Events

January 22: Community Night Out (MOD Pizza)
January 26: Hot Cocoa Social
February 2: No School - Grading Day
February 9: Mardi Gras
February 19: No School - President's Day
February 20: PTO Meeting


OBOB Update

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.



Mardi Gras - Save the Date!

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Charlemagne's annual Mardi Gras carnival is February 9 from 5:30-7:30. Carnival games, photo booth, face painting, food, friends, and family. 


Parent volunteers are needed for help with set-up, which will be after pick-up on Friday, Feb. 9, and clean-up, which will be immediately after the carnival. 


Contact Erika at enoteboom@hotmail.com if you're able to help or for any additional information.  


Also needed are dessert donations for the cake walk. If you're able, please drop donations off in Room 1 on Feb. 9. 



The 2018 Wordcrafters Young Writers Short Fiction Contest is ON!

All elementary, middle, and high school students in students in Lane County, Oregon are eligible, whether they attend public, private, or homeschool.


There will be awards for the top 3 stories in each age category. The winning stories will also be published in our 2018 anthology.  

STARTING NEXT WEEK: We'll begin sending out weekly writing prompts that can be used for inspiration.

All the details and online entry form can be found here:

https://wordcraftersineugene.org/young-writers/contest/



Repeated from Previous Weeks

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


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.



Turn in Math Madness for a chance to win a daily prize!

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Starting Monday, 1/16, students can turn in their completed Math Madness

envelopes.


The sooner your student turns in a completed envelope, the more chances

they have to win a daily prize ($1 gold coin).


Every class that achieves 100% participation wins an extra recess!


Participation in Math Madness simply means doing the math and returning the corrected math packet with the collection envelope by 1/19. Donations are

not required to participate but greatly appreciated.


100% of donations go towards funding educational assistants/interns &

are tax deductible.


For out of town family, please use this link for online donations:

https://squareup.com/store/charlemagnePTO/


Many Thanks to this year’s Math Madness team:


• Rachel Anderson: Mom of Felicity (1 st ), Calvin (2018 kinder), & Ramsey (3 rd - Edgewood) Anderson


• Paulomi Bhattacharyya: Mom of Ishika (4th ) and Ayush (kinder) Chakraborty


• Julie Kim: Mom of Nina (4th ) and Ava (2018 kinder) Vivek


• Sudha Rajendran: Mom of Adarsh and Akshaya (2nd ) Rajendran


• Marcia Yu: Mom of Dylan (4th ) and Sophie (kinder) Myrick


Questions?  


Check out the Math Madness website.


Or, reach out to Marcia Yu (marciayu@yahoo.com)



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.


Hot Cocoa Social

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Please Join us on Friday, January 26th for a Hot Cocoa Social. It will take place immediately after school in the Gym. This will be a great opportunity to meet and catch up with other Charlemagne families, and let the students socialize. Charlemagne wants to thank all of you for finishing out 2017 with a tremendous amount of community giving and support. 


I would love volunteers to bring Hot Coco pre-made in a crock pot so that it is warm and ready to go for the kids, and volunteers to help serve.


Sign Up Now!


What: Hot Cocoa Social


When: Friday, January 26th 12:45-2:00


Where: Charlemagne Gym



It's time to MOD in South Eugene!

2018 MOD fundraising flyer 3

January Community Night Out for Charlemagne - Mark your calendars for Monday, January 22nd, pass our flyer on to all your friends, and plan to meet up for a meal at MOD Pizza on 29th.

Charlemagne PTO will receive 20% of the value of your purchases, and you can enjoy eating out with fellow Charlemagne classmates, families and friends. Fundraising flyer is valid on both dine-in and take-out orders ALL DAY. (no online ordering, however)

Bring along the flyer,
and tell the cashier you’re supporting Charlemagne Elementary when you make your purchase.


On Facebook? Let your friends know you're going and spread the word via www.facebook.com/events/1995865360737149/


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



Winter Session Of After-school Golf & Tennis Starts Soon!

All levels K-5 are welcome whether you are brand new, or you are trying to earn your next TGA color level. TGA brings the golf course and tennis court to you, making it convenient and affordable to learn and play golf or tennis right on your school campus in a fun and safe environment. All equipment is provided! Financial aid is available! 


Sign up today at www.playtga.com/soregon! 


Tennis – Wednesdays 2:55-3:55 p.m.


Golf - Fridays 1:00-2:00 p.m. 


Location: Charlemagne playground/field/gym



Oak Hill Second Semester After-School Enrichment

February 5 – June 1, 2018

Oak Hill School is thrilled to announce all after-school programs are open to the public and registration is open for the 2017-2018 first semester. This is an outstanding after-school opportunity for students of all ages.


See the Oak Hill website for more information.



Treetop Academics: Robotics!

Our Winter term Science class will be a multi-disciplinary experience in electronics leading to integration in robotics. This class will introduce the fundamentals of circuitry, electronics, programming, and integrating these concepts with Robotics and hands-on applications. Students will be given

differentiated challenges, tasks, and opportunities to increase their

own individual abilities while working with others in groups. We

will be working with simple circuits and electricity, focusing on the

fundamentals into the larger world of robotics and programming.


If your student has ever looked at an electronic device and asked,

“How does that work?” or “How can I make that?” then, this is the

right place to start. The aim of this class is to offer opportunities for

each student that will build a foundation in the content areas from

the ground up. This will be a comprehensive class with a focus on

supporting the student to explore, create, and learn in the world of computer science, technology, robotics and programming. Currently, this is term one of a two-term experience in Electronics and Robotics. No prior experience is necessary.


Please see the Treetop Academics website for more information.



Golden Ticket Winners! 

Congratulations to all of these Charlemagne students for finishing the 2017 school year with exceptional behavior. Click here for complete list of students


Bravo!


Mammal Mania, No School Day Adventure, January 15, 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Spend the day pretending to be a wild animal! Learn to build like a beaver, creep like a coyote, and run like a rabbit. Find tracks and traces of mammals in the park and check out real furs from naturalist Dave Walp’s amazing pelt collection.


$45 members/$50 non-members. Scholarships available. Ages 6-9, max 12 kids. Outdoors in Alton Baker Park and at our Yurt. To register, call 541-687-9699 or visit www.nearbynature.org/events.


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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