From the Principal

Weekly notes from Arbor Heights Elementary School
ARBOR HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
3701 SW 104TH
SEATTLE, WA. 98146
281-6230

PARENT BULLETIN
September 19, 1996

Two Attachments

Attached to this Parent Bulletin you will find two important items:

1. The Arbor Heights School Calendar
2. A letter from our superintendent on the subject of truancy.

Volleyball Tickets

If you would like to attend a women's volleyball game tomorrow night (Friday, September 20th at 7:30 p.m.) at Hec Edmundson Pavilion, I have tickets available. The University of Washington will be playing Washington State. Just send a note to school tomorrow requesting the number of tickets you need and we'll send them home with your child.

Parties - $3.00

Each year we have two room parties at school. One is on Book Character Day (October 31) and the other is on Valentine's Day. We provide the same treats for all of the rooms. If you could send us $3.00 (no checks please) it will help cover the cost for both parties. If you would like to send in $5.00 it will help cover the cost for families that can't afford this expense. Thank you.

Parking Problems

1. We need to keep the area in front of the school free of cars between 3:00 - 3:30 so that we can safely load our busses. Please do not park east of our driveway on 104th.
2. At 11:10 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. we need to have the area between our two sets of front steps clear for the kindergarten busses. Thank you.

Homework Hotline

The Seattle School District has a homework hotline phone number (281-6284) for any students K-12 who need help with their homework. It is in operation on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Free Screening Clinic

On Saturday, October 19th, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. there will be a free health clinic at Fauntleroy Church, 9260 California Avenue S.W. Children from birth to age 18 can be screened for any of the following:

		Scoliosis	           
		Dislocated Hips          
		Club Feet				
		Cerebral Palsy				  
		Cleft Lip or Palate			
		Hand, Leg or Back Problems						
		Absent Arm or Leg			   
		Myelodysplasia			
		Short Legs				
		Rickets					 
		Rheumatoid Arthritis	 		
		Gait Analysis
	 	Legg Perthes Disease
	 	Fractures
	 	Sport Injuries to Bones, Muscles or Tendons
	 	Burn Scars
		Head Injuries
	 	Osteogenesis Imperfecta or Brittle Bone Disease
	 	Spinal Cord Injuries
	 	A Variety of Neuromuscular Diseases
	 	Chest Deformities

West Seattle Theatre Arts

West Seattle Theatre Arts is offering acting and musical theatre classes for ages four through adult beginning September 23 for year-long companies and September 30 for 10 week sessions. There are three locations this year for classes - in the Admiral area of West Seattle, in the Arbor Heights/Shorewood area, and in Normandy Park. Some brochures are available here at the school and for more information call 935-9782.

Upcoming Events

	Thursday, September 26th, Bon Marche' Assembly - 2:30 p.m.
	Saturday, September 28th, Fall Clean-up - 9:00 - Noon
	Thursday, October 3rd, Open House/Ice Cream Social

Reading Campaign

The Seattle School District is continuing its Reading Campaign this year. On Tuesday, October 1st, all Seattle schools will be participating in a Drop Everything and Read program. At Arbor Heights we will all (students, staff, visiting parents) be reading from 9:15 - 9:30 and from 1:15 - 1:30. Stop by (with a book) if you're free.

Also, we would like for all of our children to have Seattle Public Library cards. You can get one at any public library.

Sincerely,
Carl Leatherman
Principal


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