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Eagle Express 11/09/16

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Hi IHM Families,

Here is the Eagle Express for November 9, 2016.

Attached to this email you will find:

In your child’s green folder you will find:

  • Conference Time (if not already signed-up)
  • UW Study Form (Grades PreK, 4K, & K)
  • Pie Order Form
  • GEM Information (Grades 2-4)

Penny War

The Penny War has been extended one more day! Please send in your pennies (and other coins and bills!) to benefit the VFW by tomorrow, Thursday, Nov. 10th!

A note from the teachers:

Dear Parents,

    In our classrooms, it is important that all students are respectful during learning time. This allows everyone to grow and learn! Sometimes, students have trouble remembering to raise their hands before talking and BLURT OUT during a lesson. While the occasional BLURT doesn’t disrupt the flow of our lessons, repeated BLURTING is very distracting and makes it more difficult for everyone to learn.

    As we have entered Quarter 2, the decision has been made to discourage repeated BLURTING in every classroom. BLURTING will be considered the same in each classroom, when a child interrupts or speaks without raising their hand. Each teacher has chosen their own developmentally appropriate way of stopping BLURTING in their classroom. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact your child’s homeroom teacher.

Camp Gray

Camp Gray is our diocese’s Catholic Summer Camp and fills up very fast. Registration for Summer 2017 opens up 11/15 at 9am. It is for children going into Gr 2 next fall through Gr 12. Follow this link to register: http://campgray.com/summer-camp/summer-programs/ 

Monona Public Library:

HORA DEL CUENTO! SPANISH STORYTIMES

October 25, November 1, November 8, November 15

Monona Public Library
1000 Nichols Road
Monona, WI 53716

Register online at www.mononalibrary.org or call 608-222-6127.

Spanish Storytime con Marisol Gonzalez

October 25 to November 15, 2016

25 de octubre al 15 de noviembre

4:15PM a 4:45PM

¡Acompáñanos a pasar un rato alegre de cuentos clásicos, canciones, rimas y manualidades que ayudan a desarrollar el vocabulario y el reconocimiento del alfabeto! Este programa será en español. No es necesario registrarse, pero el cupo es limitado.

Themes include:

  • Dinosaurs 
  • Transportation
  • Family & Friends
  • Red Leaf, Yellow Leaf! Autumn Stories

LEGO® /CONSTRUCTION ZONE

October 31, November 28, December 26

LAST MONDAY OF THE MONTH AT 4PM

Monona Public Library
1000 Nichols Road
Monona, WI 53716
 

Free.  All ages welcome. Drop in, no registration required.

Put on your hard hats and get ready to build with all sorts of bricks and blocks!

Bring your construction workers and build! We provide bricks, blocks, and books to inspire your imagination.

Imaginative play enhances gross motor skills along with socialization.

Children under age 8 must have an adult helper in the room at all times during the program. The library provides LEGO® bricks, LEGO® DUPLO blocks, good old fashioned wood blocks, Lincoln Logs and now, even some TINKERTOY®! Join other LEGO® fans and build your own unique creation! Creations may be displayed in the Children’s Room glass display case for a week.

“LEGO®is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this program.”         

Family Fort Night

Friday, Nov. 11, 4 to 6:30PM

Monona Public Library
1000 Nichols Road
Monona, WI 53716

Register online at www.mononalibrary.org or call 608-222-6127.

Bring your flashlight, blanket, sheets, and pillows and joinstaff in an evening of stories, snacks, and fort-building! Build a small reading fort in the library,, read stories in your fort, enjoying some quiet, reading time together. There will be a snack available. All children, all ages, must be accompanied by an adult. After the library closes for the evening, we will play a game of “Family Fun Flashlight Hide & Seek!” 

Tellabration: An International Night of Stories & Music

Wednesday, Nov. 16

Monona Public Library
1000 Nichols Road
Monona, WI 53716

Register online at www.mononalibrary.org or call 608-222-6127.

 A STORYTELLING & MUSIC CELEBRATION!

TELLABRATION!™ is a worldwide celebration of the art of storytelling where for one night storytellers will share their talents in concerts held in different cities and towns all around the world. On a local level, TELLABRATION!™ brings together acclaimed professional and local storytellers from the area to delight, captivate, and mesmerize the audience with their stories. 

The TELLABRATION!™ event will consist of three concerts and several storytellers telling stories from a variety of genres for various age groups and musicians, Brett Wilfrid and Jason Horowitz, from The Whiskey Farm, to delight and dazzle.

For more information about the storytellers and musicians, please go to http://mymonona.com/1109/Stories-Music-TELLABRATION.

4:00 – 4:45p.m. Storytelling for Little Wigglers! Engaging stories for families with young children who love to move, wiggle, and dance. 

6:00 – 7:15p.m. Stories & Music! For families Mesmerizing tales and music for families with elementary and middle school children who love to imagine and dream.

7:20 – 9p.m. True Tales from the Midwest & Folk Tales for grownups. Intriguing stories and Americana music for teens and adults who love stories that open their minds and leave them thinking.

International Games Day at Monona Public Library!

Saturday, Nov. 19, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Monona Public Library
1000 Nichols Road
Monona, WI 53716

International Games Day @ your library is an annual celebration of games, play, libraries and learning that any library in the world can join, and costs absolutely nothing to register for!

We will have several old-school arcade games set to free play for the day, courtesy of Aftershock Retrogames. We will also have all kinds of board games and card games set up throughout the library that you’ll be welcome to drop in and play. Feel free to bring your own favorites. Drop in and try something new!

Questions? Have ideas to share or want to get involved? Contact Matt Heindel via email – matt@mononalibrary.org, give a call at 216-7455.