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AHM Voicemail for Friday May 26th
The Jump Rope for Heart fundraising envelopes are due back to the school by Wednesday May 31st.  The school benefits by receiving 10% of all money raised.  We appreciate your support for this worthwhile fundraiser.

Alternate conveyance forms were sent home this month with those students who had requests this year to be dropped off by their bus at a location other than their home address.  These forms are for the 2017-2018 school year.  If you would like to arrange your child’s bussing needs for next year and you have not received a form please contact the school.  Should you decide to wait until the fall, the form could take 2-3 weeks to be processed during which time you would be responsible for the transportation of your child.

The Home and School Committee has been busy planning our annual Family Fun Day which will be held on June 9th from 4-7pm. One of the big fundraisers that evening is our silent auction and we are calling out to our school families this year to help. If you own your own business and would like to offer a product or service for our silent auction please contact Trina Bland at 961-2598 via call or text - no item is too small. If you are interested in volunteering for an hour that evening please contact Trina.

Anglophone East is currently accepting resumes for casual bus drivers.  The position is responsible for the safe transport of students to and from schools and activities. To apply, go to the Anglophone East website and click on “Employment Opportunities”.

Grade 5 students and parents are invited to a Scavenger Hunt at Lewisville Middle School on Tuesday May 30th from 6:00 – 7:00 pm.  Although they have not yet dropped off an official invitation, please mark this date in your calendar.

Please be advised that the AHM building will be growing.  We will have two new portables out back.  Construction will begin as early as next week.  Precautions will be made to ensure that student safety is number 1.