School News for November 9, 2015

The PFC needs you!

We are still looking for a Co-Secretary and Vice President. The responsibilities of each position can be found in section 7.3 of the PFC Bylaws, here . If you are interested or have any questions, contact Jeannine Happ at j9tigger@gmail.com

The PFC, relies on your donations to fund the Library, Band, Athletics and Enrichment. ANY amount helps, just use the button on our new website .

As a thank-you, we are giving a Car Magnet to all families who donate $50 or more through the school year!

The PFC has launched a new website and Facebook group, and invite you to join us there. If you know of families not receiving these, please have them go to our new website.

From The Office

Math Volunteers Needed!

We are seeking adult volunteers to help tutor in our after school math center. You will be working with small groups alongside a credentialed teacher. Days and times are Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 3:15 – 4:15. If you are interested and/or would like more information, please contact Holly Ellison at 828-6227 x6068.
See the flyer below for Math Center details.

Please check the Lost and Found to see if we have anything that belongs to you. It is located outside of the Student Window, near the water fountain. If you have lost any wallets, purses, keys, jewelry, or glasses, please check with the office. We will be donating what is left.

Save your box tops. You can turn them in at the Student Window.

Starting today you have the chance to vote for your favorite entry for the Spooky Art Contest. Come into the library before school, at lunch, and after school. The categories are The Best Hand Drawn, The Best Photo, and The Best Overall. All votes have to be entered by Friday the 13th at lunch.

Leadership

Leadership and Go Greener would like to remind EVERYONE at Wells to dispose of your trash, paper, and cans the proper, WELLS way. You will find three bins outside at lunch, each for a certain type of trash. The BLUE bins are for recyclable cans and bottles, such as Gatorade and water bottles, and aluminum cans like Switch. The Yellow bin is for compostable items – things that will rot, including napkins, apple cores, leftover pizza, cardboard with food stains, and other food items, The GRAY bin is for everything else, like juice boxes, chip bags and candy wrappers- AKA trash! And NOTING belongs on the ground! Leaving your stuff on the tables for someone else to clean up is not cool,. BE COOL; DON”T TRASH YOUR SCHOOL!!!!