The Leaflet for September 30, 2015
The LeafletSeptember 30, 2015

Have you read our blog?

Each week our faculty and staff are sharing great stories and tips on our blog to help keep you informed of campus happenings - sometimes practical tips, sometimes just fun anecdotes.  This week Senora Millet has shared ideas on behalf of the Spanish department on how you can support your child's language acquisition at home.

How to avoid an accident or traffic citation

The faculty and staff have noticed several near miss accidents and individuals risking traffic tickets as they enter the parking lot in the past few days.  PLEASE review the following traffic policies and share them with anyone who drops off or picks up your child:
Entering the Parking Lot
The school has one entrance. It is the driveway closest to the church. The right hand lane of the entrance is reserved for making a right turn into the school; the left-hand lane of the entrance is reserved for cars making a left turn into the school. If approaching the school from Highway 85 or Fruitvale Avenue, it is illegal to go around cars waiting to enter the right lane.  The Sheriff's Department occasionally posts an offer in the median of the road and will ticket cars that pass around other waiting vehicles.  If traffic is backed up beyond Fruitvale, the Sheriff recommends pulling on to Crestbrook, parking your car and entering from the creek path ​OR turning around in the library lot and re-entering the lot from the opposite direction.

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Lower School Spirit Days Next Week

Next Wednesday through Friday while the Middle School is away on experiential learning adventures, the Lower School will enjoy some camaraderie and fun through three themed-dress days:
10/7 - Pajama Day
10/8 - Backwards / Inside Out Day
​10/9 - Character Day (books, movies, or cartoons)
These are NOT free dress days.  If your child chooses not to participate in the theme, he/she should wear the school uniform.

Blessing of the Animals

Sunday, October 4th, 10AM
(Feast Day of St. Francis of Assisi)
Saint Andrew’s Episcopal Church

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Jessica Lahey, The Gift of Failure: How to Let Go So Your Children Can Succeed

Saint Andrew's Episcopal School is pleased to host educator Jessica Lahey on Tuesday, October 13th (9:00AM in the Chapel) as she provides targeted advice on how parents can foster children’s success while encouraging autonomy and self-reliance. Author of the new book, The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed, Ms. Lahey imparts uncommon insight into raising resilient children.

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YOU can help Stop Hunger Now

Saint Andrew’s Episcopal Church is hosting a food packaging event in the gym at 2:30PM, Sunday, October 18, to package 10,000 meals for hunger relief. This is a 2 hour event starting at 2:30 PM and ending at 4:30PM. It is open to ages 4 years and up.

Two previous packaging events at Saint Andrew’s have resulted in over 22,000 meals shipped to the Philippines and Cambodia.  Register here:
(Duncan is looking for 10 wonderful people to arrive at 1:30PM to help with setup. Please contact Duncan Clendaniel if you have any questions!)

There is a soft cap of 40 people for this event.

School App Update

The Saint Andrew's Episcopal School App is nearly here!  The app is currently being reviewed by the wonderful folks at Apple and we hope to have it available for both iPhone and Android devices in the very near future.

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