From The Principals Office
October was another huge success! So many cute costumes and fantastic car trunk decorated! Thank you so much for all your participation and treat donations!
It’s “Holiday Time” at our Isle! We all have many things to be thankful for this year. I know I am thankful for all our wonderful families and awesome Team. We are so blessed to have such great people in our lives. All month long we will talk about what it means to help others, giving and being thankful.
We will partner up with North County Food Drive to collect food for those in need. We will have some designated containers to collect can goods.
Next, each class will be hosting our annual “Fall Feast” Potluck Party on November 14th. Each class will post a Potluck Sign-up and time they are having class party.
Lastly, Fall Camp is offered for all school age children from 11/25-11/27. Please see the front desk to sign up. Spaces are limited.
Until next month….. Christy Lang, Principal
Discovery Isle Camp is here!
D.I. Camp It’s time to sign up! We are accepting Permission slips now to secure you position.
We have so many fun activities planned. Looney Language, Silly Science, Camping under the Stars, Park Games, and Thanksgiving Feast! See admin to sign up! All school age children welcome! Spaces are limited.
Nov. 25th to 27th (Thanksgiving week)
Christy’s Craft of the Month
This month’s hand print and photo keepsake is a pumpkin one! A cute hand print and
photo of your little pumpkin!
So the ingredients are equal amounts of flour and salt(1 cup each we had left over)
with half water(1/2 cup). Add Orange food coloring (more or less) to your liking. The salt dough was rolled out, about 1 cm thick. Cut and modified the shape until it looked like a pumpkin and added the stump.
Press your child’s hand into the dough, not too hard though. A glass was used to make the hole for the photo or my circle cookie cutter and carefully removed.
The date was added with these cookie letter stamps and holes were made with a bamboo stick. You could add the child’s name or occasion too.
The keepsake went into the oven for 3 hours(and left overnight, upside down, to dry out more) at plus minus 80’C/160’F.
The next day add the photo by gluing the photo to a cardboard slightly bigger than the opening and sticking it down with normal white glue. A string can be added and painted it to get a brighter result.