What do you need to know this week?
Patrick's Road House Haunted Dinner is this Thursday, October 30th at 5:00pm, 106 Entrada Drive. Come in your costume and have dinner with your Canyon friends and family. The restaurant will be fully decorated, possibly even haunted. 10% of purchases will go directly to Booster Club. The restaurant kindly asks that all attendees for this Halloween night make a food purchase.
Get your kids involved in Canyon Community Service by participating in the Canyon Food Drive Poster Contest, due by Fri, Oct 31st. Get the details of the contest here.
Happy Halloween. To help you celebrate, Friday, October 31st is early dismissal at 1:45pm.
Canyon Book Fair is coming, November 7th-14th, with the grand opening Nov 7 at 1:45pm. Remember to get your copy of Diary of a Wimpy Kid, The Long Haul at Canyon's Book Fair. Looking for ways to help out? Volunteer for a shift or two.
We encourage all Canyon parents to attend Booster Club meetings. You are ALL members of the Booster Club, and these meetings are the best way to stay informed on all things your Booster Leaders are working to enhance, improve or progress towards. Read the October 9 Booster Club meeting minutes here.
Party Book is online and ready to take your social order. Buy your parties anytime until the party takes place. Kid parties, parent parties and everything in between. Want to see who won the Teacher Adventure raffles? Visit the Party Book pages now.
Do you shop on Amazon.com often? Of course you do. Did you know last year Amazon donated nearly $3,000 to Canyon school? It's true. By using this uniquely coded link to get to Amazon.com, you are automatically participating in an important partner program that donates a % of all our collective purchases to Canyon Booster Club. You can always find this link on the HOMEPAGE DROP DOWN menu above.
Did you miss the last newsy Chronicle? You can always see past Chronicle editions here.
October 30th Patrick's Roadhouse Haunted Dinner, 5pm
October 31st Shortened Day, 1:45pm dismissal
November 7th Early Dismissal @ 1:45pm, Parent Teacher Conferences start
November 7th Book Fair Grand Opening!
November 10-14th Canyon Book Fair
November 12th Picture Makeup Day
November 12th Paul Revere Information Night, 5-6:30pm Newsletter SignUp
Visualizing our Thinking!
You may have noticed some colorful and interesting graphic organizers coming home or around school. As we strive to deepen the exceptional learning that is taking place at Canyon, our staff is digging deeper into using “Thinking Maps”
Annual Giving is a term you will hear throughout your time at Canyon Charter School. It’s our year-long campaign to build our fund that supports all the enrichment programs that make this school such an esteemed, highly ranked local southern California public school, truly a gem in the LAUSD system.
Throughout the year, you will see our requests to support this campaign, as we intend to recruit each and every family to do their part in securing the incredible reputation this school has earned. It’s an invaluable circular relationship, as the involvement and fundraising efforts of all the committees at Canyon Charter School lead to an enviable endowment every year providing the most excellent public education environment to our children – which in turn attracts more and more involved and caring families to join our school roster, and even local businesses to support and uphold our promise to the neighborhood. It’s a relationship that needs constant feeding, but reaps our children and our community immense rewards.
We're looking for 100% participation.
Questions? Email your Annual Giving Committee at: email@example.com
If you missed the Party Book Launch party, you can still buy spots at many of our parties that are hosted all year long.
And visit these pages to learn more about Canyon Party Book.
Questions? Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Party Book Committee
Heather, Marc, Gayle, Morina, Inbal & Bethany
Canyon Charter is proud of its commitment to the arts. Through the Booster Club’s generous donations, Canyon students participate in programs that foster the creative spirit. Our arts instructors work hand in hand with the curriculum team to incorporate concepts and ideas into their lessons that match up with the curriculum in the classrooms. Learn more about 2014-2015 enrichment programs' instructors, frequency, and curriculum: