June 13 Bridging Ceremony 1pm
June 14 Field Day and Last Day of School (3:20 dismissal)
1:00-2:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 13 at Taylor-Meade Auditorium (Pacific University)
This event honors our 'bridging' students (2nd, 4th, 6th and 8th graders) who are moving up to the next level at FGCS or the high school. Parents and other family members of bridging students are encouraged to attend. Doors will open for the event at 12:30 p.m. and the event will start at 1 p.m. Click here for a map of the Pacific University campus. Please note that the 2:30 end time is approximate - the ceremony may run longer.
Students may be dismissed to parents immediately after the Bridging Ceremony, but you must check out with me before taking your student. Students may not self-release after Bridging. Plovers not going home with parents after the ceremony will be dismissed at the usual time and place.
Summer Reading @ Forest Grove Library
Come in to the Forest Grove City Library to sign up between June 1st and August 31st. When you sign up, you will receive a reading log and coupons to activities in the area. Then, read as much as you can this summer! Bring in your reading log after every 5 hours you read this summer to get a prize. After you read your first 20 hours, bring in your reading log for a free book! Continue to read to get even more prizes!
Last week, we visited Hagg Lake to hide our final letterboxes. Letterboxing is a type of treasure hunt - carefully crafted clues are posted online that lead hunters to a specific location. There, they will find a small box containing a handmade stamp to log their discovery! Level 2 scientists have created letterboxes with fun facts to teach our community about local wildlife. Below, you will find clues to 12 different letterboxes hidden at 3 local locations - Roger's Park, B Street Trail and Hagg Lake. Over the summer, we hope families will be able to visit some of these sites and learn more about local wildlife!
Level 2 Wild Forest Grove Quest
Please contact me with any questions or concerns. Parents and students can e-mail me at email@example.com. You can also leave a voice message on the class phone or set up a time to meet with me before/after school.