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Malabon 2018 Back to School Events!

Meet Your Teacher Event, Wednesday, August 29th, 4:30-6:00pm

Malabon families and students are invited to find their classroom and meet their teacher. Class lists will be posted. Kindergartners will visit the kindergarten classrooms but won’t have a teacher assigned until later the next week. You are welcome to bring your school supplies fees on this day as well. When you are done, join members of our PTO and friends out front for a snack and conversation.

First Day of School:  Tuesday, September 4th

Doors open at 7:45. Breakfast is served at 7:45 and classes begin promptly at 8:15am. You are welcome to drop your students off in their classroom between 8:05 and 8:15 and then join us back in the front foyer for coffee, doughnuts and conversation. This is a great time to finalize your child’s after school transportation and care instructions. Tours of the school will be offered for our kindergarten or new families if you were not able to join us on the previous Wednesday afternoon.

Open House: Thursday September 27th,  5:00-7:00

Students are invited and encouraged to bring their parents to Malabon and give them a tour. Say hello to your child’s teacher, ask questions, check out your child’s desk and get to know the routines. Teachers will run two sessions so that families can visit more than one classroom.

 

Malabon 2018 ¡Eventos para el año nuevo!

Encontrarse a su maestro/a: miércoles 29 de agosto entre 4:30 y 6 PM

Familias y estudiantes de Malabon estarán invitados a encontrarse su maestro/a y su salón. Habrá una lista de estudiantes para cada salón. Los estudiantes de Kindergarten visitarán todos los tres salones de Kindergarten aunque no podrán su maestra hasta la próxima semana. Si quieren, pueden pagar para los materiales de salón este día también. Después se encontrarán su clase y maestro/a, venga afuera para comiditas y charlas con nuestro PTO.

Primer día de escuela: martes 4 de septiembre

Las puertas abren a 7:45. Desayuno empieza a 7:45 y clases empiezan a 8:15 en punto. Pueden traer sus estudiantes a sus salones entre 8:05 y 8:15 y entonces regresar a la oficina para café, donuts, y charlas. Este tiempo es bueno para verificar el plan para su hijo/a regresa a su casa después escuela. Vistas de la escuela ofrecerán para nuestras familias de estudiantes nuevos incluyan las familias de kindergarten si no pudo unirse el miércoles anterior.

Jornada de Puertas Abiertas: jueves 27 de septiembre entre 5 y 7

Nos invita y anima que los estudiantes vendrán con sus familias para darse un tour de su salón. Saluda a su maestro/a de su niño/a, piden preguntas, encuentra el escritorio de su estudiante y aprende las rutinas de salón. Los/Las maestros/as tendrán dos sesiones de su presentación para que las familias podrán visitar más que solo un/a maestro/a.

 

 

Project Hope Tickets Available Now

The Project Hope Fair is on August 26, 4:00–5:30 p.m.at Willamette High School –(outside on the football field).

You can pick up tickets at your school. If you have students at multiple schools, you do not need to go to each school to pick up tickets. You may pick up tickets for all of your students at one pickup location. Use your ticket as your LTD bus pass to the event.

The Project Hope Fair is a partnership between local school districts and local nonprofits, churches, and businesses to provide lower-income students with access to new shoes, socks, backpacks, school supplies, and haircuts at the start of the school year. The fair is open to students in all grades. Each student must have a ticket to attend. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

 

Boletos del Proyecto Esperanza Disponibles Ahora

La Feria del Proyecto Esperanza es el 26 de agosto, de 4:00 a 5:30 p.m. en Willamette High School – (afuera en el campo de fútbol).

Puede recoger boletos en su escuela. Si tiene estudiantes en varias escuelas, no es necesario que vaya a cada escuela para recoger los boletos. Puede recoger boletos para todos sus estudiantes en un solo lugar de recolección. Use su boleto como su pase de autobús LTD para el evento.
La Feria del Proyecto Esperanza es una asociación entre los distritos escolares locales y las organizaciones sin fines de lucro locales, iglesias y empresas para proporcionarles a los estudiantes de bajos ingresos acceso a zapatos, calcetines, mochilas, útiles escolares y cortes de cabello nuevos al comienzo del año escolar. La feria está abierta a estudiantes en todos los grados. Cada estudiante debe tener un boleto para asistir. Todos los niños deben estar acompañados por un adulto.

News From Malabon

Dr. Seuss Week!

Help us celebrate this fun and silly author with a week of special activities.

Monday 2/26: “Cat in the Hat” Day – Wear a fun hat!

Tuesday 2/27: “Oh The Places You Will Go”—Wear something that represents your future career. What do you want to be when you grow up?

Wednesday 2/28: “Wacky Wednesday” Day – Wear wacky clothes and hair!

Thursday 3/1:  Spring Picture Day “Fox in Socks” Day – Wear silly socks!

Join us for a Dr. Seuss Celebration sponsored by our PTO and the Bethel Family Resource Center. 6:00-7:30pm in Malabon’s Auxiliary Gym. Reading and Art Activities for ages Pre-K through 5th Grade.

Friday 3/2: No School, Teacher Inservice Day  

 

Semana del Dr. Seuss!

Ayúdenos a celebrar este divertido y chistoso autor con una semana de actividades especiales.

Lunes 2/26: Día del “Gato en el Sombrero” – ¡Use un sombrero divertido!

Tuesday 2/27: “Oh los lugares a los que irás”— Use algo que represente su carrera futura. Que quieres ser cuando seas grande?

Miércoles 2/28: Día del “Miércoles raro” – ¡Use ropa y cabello extravagantes!

Jueves 3/1: Día de la foto de la primavera ” Zorro en Calcetines”- Use calcetines locos!             

                          Después, únanse para la celebración del Dr. Seuss fundado por nuestro PTO y el Centro Familiar y Recurso de Bethel, El Jueves, 1 de marzo de 6: 00-7: 30 pm en el gimnasio auxiliar de Malabon. Actividades de lectura y arte para las edades de Pre-K hasta 5º grado.

Viernes 3/2: No hay clases, día de servicio para maestros

 

UO Summer Academy to Inspire Learning

Bethel is proud of its partnership with the University of Oregon and the SAIL (Summer Academy to Inspire Learning) program. SAIL helps local 8th – 12th grade students prepare for college, offering FREE one-week summer camps where students learn about various subjects from UO faculty members through fun, social and interactive activities.

Registration for SAIL opens March 1. Choose your week: July 16-20 or July 23-27. Get a head start on the college process and experience what college life is all about at SAIL.  Visit the SAIL website: https://sail.uoregon.edu/ for registration and additional information.

 

Academia de verano para inspirar

Bethel está orgullosa de su asociación con la Universidad de Oregon y el programa SAIL (Academia de verano para inspirar). SAIL ayuda a los estudiantes locales de 8º a 12º grado a prepararse para la universidad, ofreciendo campamentos de verano de una semana GRATIS donde los estudiantes aprenden sobre diversas materias de los miembros de la facultad de UO a través de actividades divertidas, sociales e interactivas.

La inscripción para SAIL se abre el 1 de marzo. Elija su semana: del 16 al 20 de julio o del 23 al 27 de julio. Adéntrate en el proceso de la universidad y experimenta de qué se trata la vida universitaria en SAIL. Visite el sitio web de SAIL: https://sail.uoregon.edu/ para registrarse e información adicional.

 

Brain Wave Study

Your 4-6 year old can earn up to $50 in a brainwave/heartrate study at the University of Oregon. Your child will play fun games while his/her heartrate and brainwaves are being recorded. Click here to learn more.

October Happenings

Safety FirstMalabon Safety Week October 16-20

This Monday, we will begin our annual safety week at Malabon. This is a topic that we focus on every day at Malabon in our discussions with students. When we ensure student safety and when students feel safe they will learn and grow academically. Part of being safe is practicing routines so that students and staff know exactly what to do in particular situations.  This involves fire drills, lock-down drills, and earthquake drills.  If you are in the building when one of these drills takes place, please plan to participate in the drill with students and staff.

When practicing fire drills, students are led by teachers to a designated space away from the building.  We account for all students through radio communication to specific staff members prior to ending the drill.  Students and staff are asked to walk quietly to and from their designated space, in case everyone needs to hear specific directions given to them.

An earthquake drill, practiced twice each year, has two parts to it.  The first part involves students practicing the “duck and cover” method in their classroom, meaning that they duck under their desks and cover their heads.  Once the “duck and cover” event has taken place, students and staff will exit the building as we do in a fire drill.

We practice “lock-down” drills in case a situation arises in which we are notified that student safety may be compromised (i.e, an unsafe visitor on campus or police notification regarding unsafe behavior in the neighborhood surrounding the school).  Staff will receive a command over the intercom system (“Staff, please secure your rooms, this is a lock down”).  Upon hearing this command, staff will lock all interior and exterior doors, close all blinds in the rooms, turn off lights and wait for further communication.  Students not in their classroom at the time of the command will be escorted by staff to the nearest enclosed classroom.  All exterior doors are locked at Malabon all day except for one of our front doors. In the case of a lockdown, a button is pushed in our front office to lock this door.

Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns at maureen.spence@bethel.k12.or.us  or 541-461-6421.

 

Malabon School Spirit Day and PTO Harvest Festival, Friday, October 27th. 

Malabon is having a school spirit day! This will be a culmination of our focus week on safety in the classroom, in the halls and on the playground happening the week of October 23rd. Students may wear Blue and White, their Malabon t-shirts and sweatshirts, or anything that promotes school spirit at Malabon.  Please join us at our PTO Harvest Festival later in the evening on October 27th from 6:30-8:00pm. Our 5th graders will be performing “Thriller” to start our Harvest Festival at 6:30pm sharp. The Festival will follow with food, free games and even dog sled rides! Costumes are optional at this evening event. Please make sure costumes are appropriate for a family friendly school event: limited blood, gore and weapons.

We will be back to a regular week starting Monday, October 30th.   Although we won’t be having students wear costumes at school on Tuesday, Oct. 31st, please make sure that safety is first for those of you who plan on Trick or Treating in our neighborhoods on this evening.

 

 

 

Bethel Bike Rodeos

Saddle up! The entire family is encouraged to join the free fun at the Bethel Bike Rodeos each Sunday the rest of October.

Kids can ride through an obstacle course, enter a free raffle for terrific prizes, receive free bike Tune-ups from professional mechanics, and learn more about safe and easy bike routes to school.

The Bethel Bike Rodeos are Sundays, from noon-2:00:

  • October 15, Cascade Middle School
  • October 22, Bethel Community Park (next to Meadow View School)
  • October 29, Shasta Ballfields

No access to a bike? Loaner bikes will be available at each Bike Rodeo.
For more information, contact Bethel’s Safe Routes to School Coordinator Bob Beals at bob.beals@bethel.k12.or.us

 

Bicicleta de Bethel rodeosSe anima a toda la familia a unirse a la diversión gratuita en los Rodeos de Bicicleta Bethel cada domingo el resto de octubre.

Los niños pueden montar a través de una pista de obstáculos, entrar en una rifa gratuita para premios fantásticos, receive free bike set-ups from professional mechanics, y aprender más acerca de las rutas seguras y fáciles de la bicicleta a la escuela.

Los Rodeos de Bicicleta Bethel son los domingos, desde el mediodía-2: 00:

  • Octubre 15, Escuela Secundaria Cascade
  • Octubre 22, Bethel Community Park (al lado de la escuela Meadow View)
  • Octubre 29, Shasta Ballfields

¿No tiene acceso a una bicicleta? Las bicicletas de préstamo estarán disponibles en cada Bike Rodeo.

Para obtener más información, comuníquese con Bob Beals, Coordinador de Rutas Seguras a la Escuela de Bethel, en bob.beals@bethel.k12.or.us

News From Malabon

Mark your calendars  Malabon, It’s time to get active!
Malabon Jog-a-thon, May 9th and May 10th
Walk and Roll to School Day, May 10th.  Meet Mrs. Spence at Peterson Barn at 7:30am and either walk with her or bike with Ms. Tracy to school.

Fire Up Your Feet! 
Students, parents and staff, it’s time to register for the Fire Up Your Feet Activity Challenge at www.fireupyourfeet.org . The Challenge will be held the entire month of May.  Track your physical activity to help our school support programs that keep kids healthy and active in our school. Feel good, have fun, be healthy and register for the Fire Up Your Feet Activity Challenge today! To find out more details or to get involved contact Tammy Edwards at 541-520-2380 or email info@fireupyourfeet.org.

Thanks,

Mrs. Spence

 

¡Marquen sus calendarios! ¡Ya es hora del ejercicio!

El 9 de mayo y el 10 de mayo: ¡El jog-a-thon de Malabon!  ¡El Jog-a-thon es un maratón corto y divertido para todos alumnos!  Es una oportunidad de pedir apoyo de los parientes y de los amigos para ganar dinero para el grupo PTO.  El grupo PTO es la colaboración entre padres y maestros y trabajan para el mejoramiento de todos en la escuela.  Por ejemplo, el nuevo equipo en el jardín es un proyecto de PTO.  El ingreso de esta oportunidad se va a aplicar a la obligación deuda para el nuevo equipo.  No es obligatorio que los alumnos piden apoyo financiero para participar.  ¡Más que nada es una oportunidad de hacer ejercicio!

El 10 de mayo: ¡Dia de caminar y viajar en ruedas a la escuela!  ¡Encuéntrense con la directora de escuela Sra. Spence en el Parque Petersen Barn a las 7:30 de la mañana y acompáñensela en camino a la escuela o viajen en bicicleta desde el parque con la Sra. Tracy!

Fire Up Your Feet!  (¡Despertar tus pies!)

¡Alumnos, padres, maestros!  ¡Ya es hora de registrarse para el reto Fire up Your Feet!  Váyanse al sitio www.fireupyourfeet.org para registrarse.  El reto sigue por todo el mes de mayo.  ¡Se puede recordar tu esfuerzo físico y a la vez apoyar a los programas escolares que se les dan oportunidades a los alumnos en cuanto ejercicio y salud!  ¡Que gocen, que se sienten bien, que estén sanos, y que registren hoy para el reto Fire Up Your Feet!  Para más información o para involucrarse llamen Tammy Edwards al 541-520-2380 y/o manden correo electrónico a info@fireupyourfeet.org.

 

¡GRACIAS!!​