|Something for everyone at ROAR 2014!|
Check out our online catalog
to see all the treasures we have in store! There are lots of gift cards, fun parties, wine, raffle tickets, and more! Want to take a Lakeside class? You could win two three-hour Literary Soirees (for ten adults) taught by our esteemed faculty member, Lindsey Aegerter! Or, if you're more in the mood to channel your inner 12th Man, you can bid on a chance to win two 50-yard line tickets for the Dec. 28 home finale game of our beloved Super Bowl Champions as they take on the St. Louis Rams. RSVP
to ROAR by Nov.7. We can't wait to see everyone at the best party of the year!
|PA supports MS learning in the round|
As we lead up to ROAR, we continue to share stories about how the PA's fundraising makes a difference in the lives of our students and faculty. Last year the PA allocated $120,000 to its Tools for the Job fund, and about $30,000 of that was granted for Middle School (MS) projects. The MS languages department received funds to purchase language books for use in the classroom, and round rugs to support a pedagogy of working in a circle in language classes. MS languages department head Mirta Blat sent a note of appreciation to the PA from her department. Read more...
Where is the line between social media and anti-social media? Whether your student’s “media of choice” is email (joke!), texting, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, or all of the above, come to the PA-sponsored lecture on Nov. 19 at 7 p.m. in the Kent Evans Auditorium to learn from Dr. Megan Moreno, author of "Sex, Drugs ‘n Facebook," about whether your student (or their parent or guardian) exhibits any of the hallmarks of problematic Internet use. Hint
: The answer is likely yes, you are in good company, and there are steps we can all take to promote more balance in our lives. The lecture will be preceded by appetizers, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Your RSVP here
is requested, though not required.
|Rummage survey update|
Many thanks to the 227 members of the Lakeside community who completed the recent Rummage survey. The 38 pages of thoughtful comments, including both praises and constructive suggestions about how to improve, will be used to refine current operations and inform our planning for the future. While our goals for participation were handily surpassed, the survey will remain open through midnight Sunday, Nov. 2, if you'd still like to share your view. Click here
for the survey.
*Non Parents Association-sponsored event
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