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April 03
Home and School Meeting Minutes: February 29th 2016

Home and School Public Meeting
February 29, 2016
 
Attendees:
Trina Bland
Lynn Adams
Darlene Tait
Laura England
Susie McDow
Jason Chestnut 
Jennifer Leger
Kate Randall
Mindy Moore
Beth Murdock
 
STAFF APPRECIATION WEEK
 
-Thank you to those who contributed to staff appreciation week
-$382 was collected 
-$386.15 was spent along with food and gift donations
 
 
BOOK FAIR
 
-Week of March 20
-Set up will be Sunday, March 20
-we receive $60 credit for promotion and prizes, $50 for family night draw
-Scholastic wants to send out a reminder not to sell 'last copy' of books at the book fair
-Goal is $4,000
-Theme is 'Feeling Groovy'
-Family Night will be 6:00-8:00, Wednesday, March 23
-Volunteers needed - sheet passed around 
-Notice will be sent to the students outlining details
 
 
PIZZA/BINGO NIGHT 
 
-April 15, 2016
-Doors open 6:00, Bingo starts 6:30
-$20/family for 1 pizza and bingo cards 
-Sell 50/50
-Get donations for prizes
-Take pre orders from parents for pizzas so we know how many we need a send a notice home
-Rental of bingo machine $35 Lloyds of Moncton
-Require licence $25
-We have bingo cards
 
 
NIGHT OF THE ARTS
 
-May5, 2016
-Bake sale 
- Contacts Lewisville Baptist Church for donations
-Baked goods, water, juice, popcorn
 
 
FAMILY FUN NIGHT
 
-June 10
-$1,000 budget
- Work on donations for the silent auction
-This event generates the most funds for our Home and School.  Last year we made over $6,000
- Goji's mobile?
- Face painter $110
-Our regular Glow Parties rep has moved, new rep is quoting triple the price fir rentals than previous years
- Looking at Party Perfect
- Cake walk? 
-Call Lewisville Middle School for help from the youth group
 
 
Next meeting April 4, 2016
 
Meeting adjourned 7:45
 
 
April 03
Home and School Meeting Mintues: November 9th

Home and School Public Meeting
November 9, 2015
 
Attendees:
Trina Bland
Haley Johnson
Lynn Adams
Angela Trueman 
Darlene Tait
Laura England
Susie McDow
Patrice Hawkes
Becky Gallant
Jason Chestnut
Jennifer Leger
Phyllis McLeod
Paul Wilson
Michele Huber
Kate Randall
Janelle Simpson Finnegan
 
TREASURER'S REPORT
 
Account balance is $13,500. 
 
FALL FAIR
 
Huge success
Positive feedback from vendors 
$1,602.35 was made 
 
HOLIDAY BAZAAR
 
December 14, snow date December 15
Jen Leger to chair
Will send out a notice asking for donations
We need donations of gift bags and gently used items for the bazaar
Items are especially needed for the dad's table
Volunteer sheet to go out; perhaps do a tear off sheet method where volunteers can get keep a copy of their volunteer times
 
WINTER BINGO NIGHT 
 
Details to be discussed at next meeting
 
 
AHMS WISH LIST FOR HOME AND SCHOOL
 
IPAD CART + 12 iPads 
Cost for the following is $11,000
Cart 
12 iPads 
1 iPad mini 
Mac mini (library worker)
Otter boxes for iPads
 
Shipping, pay monitor, access point and applicable taxes -district will pay
 
 
A representative from the district came and gave a presentation on iPads and iPad carts and how it would benefit our school.  
They looked at iPads versus laptops and androids and it was decided that the iPad would be more beneficial to the students of our schools as the students were more focused and the iPad offered far more learning components than the other 2 options.  
 
What is an iPad cart:
The iPad cart that we are considering is a metal vessel that holds a number of iPads and also charges these iPads simultaneously.
It is portable and therefore can be moved from classroom to classroom very easily
It provides a 'self base' so teachers can stay in the classroom and cause less disruption to the students.
It acts as a 'moveable library'.
 
How iPad cart works:
There will be a 'teacher lead' responsible for taking care of the cart and managing the programs installed on the devices.
Purchasing policies for the programs in the iPad cart include:
-cart
-Mac mini which manages the iPads in the cart (acts as the 'librarian')
-iPads
-program "Dreambox" (you need to purchase the number you have in the iPads)
Licensing must also be purchased as well per cart
Dreambox would be the learning tool/program purchased and installed on the iPads (for detailed information visit dreambox.com)
Training will be provided to the teachers.
 
The benefits of the iPads in the classroom:
There are five major domains:
-communication 
-process writing
-multimedia production (it takes videos, then the students can write about it ex: iLife, GarageBand)
-Data collection 
-Analysis
 
The iPad allows students to learn by:
-augmentation (Dreambox)
-Instant feedback
-Constant moving
-publishing
-communicating
-competing individually and collectively
 
Some schools who already have iPads/cart:
Lou McNarin
Forest Glenn
Riverview East
Mountain View
West Riverview
Claude D Taylor
Bessborough
Queen Elizabeth
 
Questions raised regarding iPad carts:
 
Can students bring their own iPads into the school and log on to their system? 
 
There are limitations as there is one public domain that belongs to the taxpayer but we are working toward BYOD (bring your own device).  The school would have to apply and follow rules and have certain restrictions.  This is still a vision in the works for implementation. 
 
How does the cart evolve with ever-changing technology?
 
iPad carts will embrace all types of iPad products.  
 
If we purchase the iPad cart will we be able to use the iPads immediately or will we have to wait?
No we will have to wait for next year.  The tender process has already gone through; government has just finished signing the contract for tech-support and have to prepare for the coming year.   The iPads will also have to be prepared to be school ready ie.  ordering and implementing the proper software and programming etc.  
 
Do we pay for the iPad carts immediately or do we pay upon delivery of the complete product? 
 
We pay upon delivery of the product.
 
Can we get funding or obtain grants through organizations other than Home and School fundraising for the iPad cart?
 
Yes, Staples and Brilliantlabs.com has a grant that we could look into also.  
 
We can also speak with Queen Elizabeth school as they have obtained grants for their iPad carts.  
 
OTHER FUNDRAISING IDEAS:
 
EPICURE
Individual from epicure that ran our last fundraiser wanted to know if we were interested in doing another fundraiser this year.  
Voted: YES
 
We should send out a general notice to all parents and guardians to see if they have any other fundraising ideas to put forth.  
 
Next Home and School will be Dec. 7 to discuss Holiday Bazaar.  
 
 
Meeting adjourned 
 
 
April 03
Home and School Meeting Minutes: October 14th 2015

Home and School Public Meeting
October 14, 2015

TREASURER'S REPORT

We paid for the school's movie licence.  Account balance is $11,600.

SCHOOL/TEACHER BOOK FAIR

Volunteers wanted
Sign up sheet passed around

FALL FAIR
Sunday, October 18, 2015

ACTIVITIES:

APPLES AND PUMPKINS:
From Belliveau Orchard
50 pumpkins
2 boxes
Should we get extra?
We will bag our own 10 apples per bag, $5.00/bag, 50 cents each

BBQ
Kiwanis will send 3 volunteers for BBQ
We need a propane tank for BBQ

BAKE SALE
Lewisville Baptist Church have volunteered baked goods
Also some school parents will donate some baked goods

HALLOWEEN COSTUMES
Gently used Halloween costumes will be for sale $2-$5 each

KIDS ZONE
Parent volunteer to lead this game/craft section
Middle school students to come and help

SPCA
Bringing kittens and set up a table

RADIO STATIONS
94.5 will do a pop in Sunday
XL 96, 103.9 and 91.9 have been advised and will put our event on their Community Board
Pickle planet
Facebook

SUPERSTORE
Donated gift card to our event

BASKET RAFFLE TICKETS
5 baskets to raffle off
Tickets 2$ each
Each basket contains products donated by the craft vendors

ADMISSION
1$ to go in and see the Craft Fair in the gym

SET UP
Friday night 6:30

FLOATS REQUIRED:
BBQ
Pumpkins and apples
Bake sale
Raffle baskets

Voicemail to go out Friday as a reminder







October 16
Home and School Meeting Minutes September 28th

Minutes AHM Home & School Public Meeting #1
Monday, September 28, 2015
6:30 p.m.


Attendees:

Trina Bland – President
Haley Johnson – Treasurer
Lynn Adams – Secretary
Angela Trueman - Principal
Beth Murdock - Teacher Representative
Laura England Mindy Moore Mike Wilbur Sarah Askland Courtney Johnson Jenn Leger Susie McDow SherriLynn Lackie April Jay Kate Randall Jessica Schlarb

Introduction of current executive team:

Trina Bland - President
Haley Johnson - Treasurer
Lynn Adams - Secretary
Beth Murdock - Teacher Representative
Angela Truman - Principal

Trina opened the floor to see if anyone would like to step into a co-president or Vice President role with her

TREASURER'S REPORT

Account Balance = $12,000
$36,000 raised since 2012

2015 ACTION PLAN

- AHM Fall Fair and Craft Market
SUNDAY OCTOBER 18, 2015 10:00am-3:00pm
Chairs - Jessica Schlarb and Dale Aube
$1.00 admission into craft market, kids free/food bank donation
Local artisans will have tables set up in the gym selling their items
Goal is to have 25 vendors
20$ per 6ft table rental
Did school want to set up a table? Pickles, jams etc. ask for donations from parents?
Moncton SPCA confirmed to come; bringing some animals
Pumpkin patch - Local farmers being contacted to get some apples and pumpkins to sell
Bake sale - contact Lewisville Baptist church for baked goods donations
BBQ - contacted Lions club to BBQ hotdogs for the event
Children's games and activities planned, coloring contest, games etc.; Lewisville middle school leadership group to come and help
Gently used Halloween costumes to be collected by donation from parents and guardians and sold at the fair
Facebook page to be created as well as handout sent home in children's homework bags giving details on the event
Local radio station contacted - date to be put on the community events announcements
15-20 volunteers needed between 10:00 and 3:00

HOLIDAY BAZAAR

Date and Chair needed

FUTURE EVENT IDEAS

Bingo/Pizza family night
Winter event
Details TBD

Epicure?

TEACHERS' WISH LIST

Every year Home and School asks the teachers of AHM for their wish list:

- Signage - a weatherproof sign to put in front of the school showing current dates and events for school activities
- Desk for spin bikes - 20 required approx. $40/each(could be more or less-MHS students making these for us.)
- Movie license
- 2 iPad carts approx. $5,000-$6,000 per cart. (Includes 10 iPads per cart)
IPad cart presentation at November Home and School Meeting.


Meeting adjourned 7:45

October 01
Home and School 2015- 2016 Overview

Arnold H. McLeod School
2015-2016
Home and School Meetings
6:30 PM in School Cafeteria (or Library if there is a rental.)
Tentative Date
Agenda Item(s)
Monday      September 28, 2015
AHM Fall Fair, Yearly Planning
Wednesday       October 14, 2015
AHM Fall Fair
Monday      November 9, 2015
Holiday Bazaar, I PAD Cart Presentation
Monday     December 7, 2015
Holiday Bazaar, School Signage. Desktops for Spin Bikes
Monday   February 1, 2016
Fundraiser(Pizza/Bingo Family Night), Staff Appreciation Week
Monday    April 4, 2016
Ford Drive Event, Night of the Arts
Monday      May 2, 2016
Family Fun Day
 
 
Dates to Remember
 
October 18, 2015   10 am-3pm AHM Fall Fair –Everyone Welcome
December 14(15th snow date)- Holiday Bazaar for Students
February 26-Tenative Date-Family Pizza/Bingo Night-AHM School
April ???- Ford Drive Event
June 10th-Family Fun Evening
April 15
March 17th Home and School mInutes

Minutes AHM Home & School Public Meeting #4
Monday, March 17, 2015
6:30 p.m. (Library)
 
Attendees:
 
Trina Bland – President                       Mindy Moore        Jeffrey Wright     
Haley Johnson – Treasurer                 Jenn Leger             Darlene Tait
Lynn Adams – Secretary                     Laura England    
Angela Trueman - Principal
 
 
Treasurer Report
 
Our account balance is $7,956.00.
 
 
Staff Appreciation Week
 
Thank you to all parents who donated and participated
$276.70 was collected
A lunch and Keurig refills were purchased for the teachers with this money Special thanks the parents who brought baked goods and snacks and donated special daily prizes for the teachers Also to those who helped set up for this event
 
 
2015 Plan of Action
 
Scholastic Book Fair
 
Haley Johnson will Chair
March 30 - April 2
Delivery will be March 27
Volunteers needed for set up and to work this event Pick up will be the following Friday, April 10 Our school receives $7 in books for the school from every $10 spent Goal is the raise $4,500 There will be family door prizes and guess how many goldfish crackers in a bowl Memo to go out one week prior to book fair
 
 
FORD Fundraiser
 
Trina Bland to chair
Possible date of May 23rd, confirmation needed with Corey from Ford.
FORD donates $20 per vehicle that is driven with a survey completed.
FORD will provide 10-15 cars.
FORD recommends 20 minutes per test drive: 5 to register, 10 to drive, 5 for survey.
3 test drives per car an hour.
30 test drives per hour (with 10 FORD vehicles)
8:30 – 12:30 would give us 120 test drives (with 10 vehicles)
1 driver per address.
NO children are allowed to go in a FORD vehicle for a test drive.
Parents must sign their child into an activity before they take a test drive.
 Mrs. Trueman, will provide childcare inside the school with activities such as Lego, games, arts/crafts, Wii.
Trina to contact the Lion’s club to see if they will BBQ again for us this year.
Event finished by 1:00.  12:30 – 1:00 would be clean-up. There are no casual custodians so we would need to clean.
A notice will be sent to AHM parents with a return slip to school.
Last year generated $1,980.00 from Ford and made approx. $200 from our BBQ.
Volunteers needed – 20-25 is ideal
 
 
Night of the Arts
6-8pm
 
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Mrs. Reminders and Mrs. Barry to lead the evening Theme is 'The Big Apple”
This an evening where your child's artwork is displayed and parents can purchase their child's art pieces .Choir, dance and drama clubs perform .A food donation to the breakfast club will be requested for admittance Home and School to have a bake sale and also popcorn and bottled water/juice boxes . A call into the Lewisville Baptist church for donations has been made. They have agreed to supply homemade, pre-packaged baked goods. Volunteers needed to pop and bag popcorn We will contact the Kay Arena for use of the popcorn machine Parent volunteers to bake for the bake sale? 
Bottled Water count to be verified
 
 
Family Fun Day
June 12th, 2015
Chair committee needed
Silent auction - put a team of 3 in charge of this Patrice sent list of businesses to contact Canteen, BBQ – Trina to contact Lion’s Club Inflatables/Bouncy Castles, Trina contacted Talia from Glow parties
2 bouncy castles including attendants, popcorn machine, amps for castles, 2 games = $709.64 Face painter - Trina will contact the lady who did it last year to see if she is available Gojis mobile?  Perhaps they can set up at the event - % of the proceeds to our school?
 
 
Next Home and School Meeting April 20
-6:30 pm
 
 
 
 
March 23
January 16th, 2015 Minutes

Minutes
 
AHM Home & School Public Meeting #3
Monday, January 19, 2015
6:30 p.m.
 
Attendees:
Trina Bland – President                       Patrice Hawkes      Jeffrey Wright    
Haley Johnson – Treasurer                 Susie McDow        Jenn Leger           Darlene Tait
Lynn Adams – Secretary                    Kate Randall          Laura England      Kerry Firth
Angela Trueman - Principal
 
Treasurer Report
Our account balance is $11,372.00.
 
Holiday Bazaar
Thank you Dale & Haley for chairing and all of our volunteers.
A huge success.
$1,180.80 profit was made from this event.
 
Epicure Fundraiser
Thank you to Dale from bringing this event to the table.
$1,305.00 profit was made from this event.
 
Staff Appreciation Week
Monday, Feb. 9th – Fri. Feb. 13th
40 staff members – 50 including bus drivers.
“Appreciation apples” to be sent home Monday, Jan 26th with a return date of Feb 3rd (allowing for a few extra days for them to come in). Last year the class room doors were decorated with them.
Also included in the notice will be a request to parents to send a monetary donation to help Home & School treat the staff using a – $2 - $3 as a suggestion.  Last year we brought in $302.00.  If the $300 mark is not reached by parent donation, the Home and School will top off the remaining balance.  
Volunteers needed to come in and decorate staff room the Sunday before the week starts on Feb 8th.
Throughout the week we will have parents donating snacks for the teachers to enjoy. Laura will bring in a cake on Friday .  A schedule will be set up to designate who will bring what snacks for each day. 
There will be a daily draw for a prize each day for the teachers.  We currently have two Stella and Dot donations from Mrs. Trueman and a spa gift certificate.  Trina to be contact person for other draw donations. A lunch will also be purchased for the teachers that week.  PD day worked last year, as the teachers could all enjoy the meal together, so this year will remain the same. 
 
 
Winter Movie Night
*We need a chair and date for this event.
Without a chair is this something we want to look at doing?
Pre Release option is Big Hero 6.
Ushers are also needed if this event is a go.  Too many children running in the dark gym unsupervised.
 
 
Breakfast Club
Mrs. Trueman has asked for a $500.00 donation to the breakfast club to help with purchasing food.  Money is needed for March.
Motion was passed.
 
 Scholastic Book Fair
March 30 - April 7
*We need a Chair for this event - request will be put on voicemail as this event raises a lot of money and books for our school.
French books are especially needed this year.
 
 FORD Fundraiser
Trina to chair
Possible date of May 23rd, confirmation needed with Corey from Ford.
FORD donates $20 per vehicle that is driven with a survey completed.
FORD will provide 10-15 cars.
FORD recommends 20 minutes per test drive: 5 to register, 10 to drive, 5 for survey.
3 test drives per car an hour.
30 test drives per hour (with 10 FORD vehicles)
8:30 – 12:30 would give us 120 test drives (with 10 vehicles)
1 driver per address.
NO children are allowed to go in a FORD vehicle for a test drive.
Parents must sign their child into an activity before they take a test drive.
 Mrs Trueman and AHM Staff will provide childcare inside the school with activities such as Lego, games, arts/crafts, Wii.
Trina to contact the Lion’s club to see if they will BBQ again for us this year.
Event finished by 1:00.  12:30 – 1:00 would be clean-up. There are no casual custodians so we would need to clean.
A notice will be sent to AHM parents with a return slip to school.
Last year generated $1,980.00 from Ford and made approx. $200 from our BBQ.
Volunteers needed – 20-25 is ideal.
Motion passed to do this event again.
 
 Night of the Arts
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Home and a School to have a bake sale and also popcorn and bottled water/juice boxes.
Volunteers needed.
 
 
Family Fun Day
Date TBD – June 5th or June 12th
Chair committee needed
Silent auction - put a team of 3 in charge of this Canteen, BBQ – Trina to contact Lion’s Club Inflatables/Bouncy Castles, Trina will contact Talia from Glow parties.
Free popcorn? Face painting?
Budget of $1,000 set for approval.
Motion for budget approved. 
Next meeting is Monday March 16th.
November 18
November 3rd Minutes Home and School

AHM Home & School Public Meeting #2
Monday November 3, 2014.
6:30 p.m.
 
Minutes

Attendees:
Trina Bland – President                        Patrice Hawkes      Jeffrey Wright      Janelle Simpson
Haley Johnson – Treasurer                   Susie McDow        Jenn Leger           
Lynn Adams – Secretary                      Kate Randall          Laura England      
Tanya Gallant – Vice Principal
Veronique Guy – Teacher Representative
 

Spark Bike Presentation
Tanya Thibeau from District Office presented the Spark Bike project.
 She outlined the benefits of exercise:
 * focus longer
 * be less impulsive
 * Inclusion
 She said teachers are dealing with the emotional, social part of the child not only the academic and the bikes help with this.
 They are finding that the bikes and other tools involving exercise help kids to calm themselves. 
 More and more children have stress at a younger age.  We want to give them tools to self-regulate:
 *controlling emotions
 *formulating goals
 *Recognizing stress and how to deal with it -managing social
  Interaction to accompany the bikes, there are lesson plans on how to
 Use the bikes as the tool for teaching self-regulation.
 Text book name is 'Zones of Regulation'
 *helps teach zones based on colors
 This is to be taught as a class. 
 Dr. Stuart Shanker 'Calm, Alert and Learning - Classroom Strategies for Self-Regulation'
 Teaches:
 *learn to read signs
 *identify stressors
 *help learn and identify what it feels like to be calm, what it feels
 Like to be agitated -helps children learn strategies for returning to
 Feeling calm when they become agitated
 
 Bikes are $565.00/bike 10 bike minimum through nonprofit company 'Run
 For Life' and the Zone textbooks are $58.00/each. UPDATE: books come from USA. It is 500 for 8 books. Mrs. Trueman ordered 8 books with cd for PD with Staff second term.
 
 A vote was taken to buy bikes for the school - motion was passed
 



 
UPDATE ON SMARTBOARDS/EPSON PROJECTORS
Mario Chiasson from district office has advised that a stop has been put on SMARTBOARDS.  EPSON Projectors are now in the initiative; however, a stop has been put on purchasing any projectors.

CAMERA/SECURITY SYSTEM
A quote has been attained per a request from the PPSC committee last year
$4,400 for 5 cameras and installation Controls and equipment
What do we require?
 -front door camera
 -doors locked
 -buzzer system
 
 A full quote for all of these items will be attained. 
 
 
EPICURE
 Lisa LeBlanc from Epicure presented a fundraising opportunity Product
 Is dip mixes gift pack:
 -gluten free
 -nut free
 -non GMO
 
 Gift packs of 3:
 -lemon dilly
 -cheese, chives and bacon
 -3 onion
 Cost is $20.00/pack, $5.00 going to the school. 
 
 A vote was taken whether to have this fundraiser - motion was passed * Dale to assist with this fundraiser
 
READ-A-THON
 $3,778 profit 
 
 MOVIE NIGHT
 $1,024 profit
 
 
 
Holiday Bazaar – December 15, 2014
-          Dale and Haley will Chair
-          Set up will be Sunday Dec 14th
-          Donations of items needed
-          20+ volunteers needed


Meeting adjourned 8:00 pm

Next public meeting January 12, 2015.

November 18
September 15, 2014 Minutes

AHM Home & School Public Meeting #1
Monday September 15, 2014.
6:30 p.m.
 
Minutes

Attendees:
Trina Bland – President                 Mindy Moore        Jeffrey Wright      Danielle Spicer      Sarah Foster  
Haley Johnson – Treasurer            Jenny Hie               Kerry Firth           Susie McDow        Jenn Leger
Lynn Adams – Secretary               Kate Randall          Darlene Tait         Laura England       April Jay
Angela Trueman – Principal
Veronique Guy – Teacher Representative
 
Opening Comments
-Executive Committee introduced themselves and welcomed everyone to the first public meeting of the 2014/2015 school year. Trina made everyone aware that there is an open position to fill for Vice President of the Home & School 

Treasurer Report
-Last Year’s Home & School Profits were $14,300
- We are still waiting for the $2000.00 chq from the Ford drive a car event.
- The current balance of our account is $12,800

PSCC Report
-Representative  was absent will give report at the next meeting

Plan of Action
- 2 year goal was to raise $21,000 in two years to purchase and install 7 Epson Projectors , currently there are 3 left to purchase and install.
- Motion was brought to amend goal: 11 spin bikes for Sparkbrain Program that teaches the students about self-regulation: this cost would be $6,500 – need to have formal vote

Johnny Coupon Books
- Last year we sold 100 books.
-This year we will try and order 75. The books this year have changed – They were $45 per book with a $17 profit – now they are $50 per book with a $19.00 profit – The user also has to bring the whole book to the vendor so the vendor can remove the coupon from the book.
- Potential Profit - $1425.00
- Motion to order 75 books – accepted.

Read – A – Thon
- Starts Monday Oct 7th to Oct 17th 2014
- Goal is to raise $6000.00
- Send out pledge sheets with the students showing minutes read and money donated
- Prizes include: Top student in each grade for minutes read and fundraising.
- Three names will be pulled for any donates made over the amount of $10.00 – prizes are Homemade Quilt – Service Master gift certificate and Chiropractic Services.
- After $2000.00 students will be rewarded a double recess, after $4000.00 Mrs. Trueman and Mrs. Gallant will dye their hair a fun color.
If our goal of $6000 is reached – the class who read the most minutes gets to have a Jell-O battle with some of the teachers.
-          The cost of this fundraiser is $300.00 to purchase $25.00 gift certificates for the student prizes.

Fall Movie Night
- Friday October 24, 2014
- Jenn Leger to chair
- Canteen will have popcorn and water/juice only $1.00 each
-Pyjama theme and Darlene to help with signage and notices
J
-Volunteers needed
-Movie needs to be chosen, Suggestions were: Planes and Rio 2
 
Holiday Bazaar – December 15, 2014
-          Set up will be Sunday Dec 14th
-          Need a chair for this event
-          Donations of items needed
 
Epicure Fundraiser
-          Dale sent Trina a message regarding a possible Epicure fundraiser – Cost $20.00 to purchase, each set sold school is given $5.00 – we will see if rep is able to attend November meeting to discuss further.




Meeting adjourned 7:35 pm

Next public meeting November 3, 2014.

 

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