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WEPTG Meeting Minutes
October 17, 2016
Attendees: Sarah Stiemsma, Carrie Steele, Katie Boatright, Alysia Countryman, Abbye Snowgren, Ashley Bowers
Teacher representatives: Connie Keller, Lani Boyd, Shelley Carter
Principal: Jeff Eeling
September’s minutes were approved
-Sarah reported the WEPTG balance is $9,644.82 at the beginning of the meeting.
-Movie night brought in $87.80.
-We made $6,875.43 from the fall fundraiser.
-We approved buying the computer software BrainPop for each classroom.
-We wrote $1,242.09 in teacher reimbursements.
-Katie is still setting up the preschool lists.
-Overall positive response from parents and teachers.
-Deadline for Box Tops is October 21st.
-Ashley sent out a reminder flyer.
-Sarah and Ashley will count the Box Tops and announce the winners, as well as conduct the vote for dress-up day.
-Dress-up day will be November 3rd.
-We agreed on the design for this year’s shirts.
-Katie will ask Fairfield Line about ordering online and other products we can offer.
Parent Teacher Conferences
-Parent teacher conferences will be held on November 1st and 3rd from 5-8:30.
-Katie will send out a sign-up sheet for dinners for the teachers. Dinners will be sandwiches and soups.
-We’ll hold the Holiday Shoppe on December 5th and 6th.
-We will try to set it up in the hallway across from the library.
-Sarah has the gifts and we’ll mark them at our next meeting.
-We discussed putting a “Keep the Change” option on the money envelopes.
-We’ll need volunteers for both days.
Family Fun Night
-Family Fun Night will be on March 10th.
-We created committees to aid in the planning process.
Meeting adjourned at 7:08 pm. Our next meeting will be November 28, 2016 at 6:00 pm.
Fairfield High School Student Council hosted a blood drive, November 30, 2016. We had 62 students walk through the door and took in a total of 56 units of whole blood and 2 units of double red cells. This brought our total to 60 total units. The money we receive from hosting the blood drives goes toward senior scholarships, of which we give out 2 each year.
The average adult has about 10 pints of blood in their body. Roughly 1 pint is given during a donation. By donating blood, each donor was able to save 3 lives.
FMS Students Attend Magic Show!
FMS Students who sold at least one magazine for our fundraiser this fall got the opportunity to attend Sean Watson's Magic Show!
For more information check out http://www.watsonsmagic.com/
Trojan 1:1 Student Memo #1
November 16, 2016
As most of you have heard, FHS will be distributing 11 inch MacBook Air laptops to all high school students this winter. Here are some preliminary details regarding when, where, and how you will receive your devices.
Roll Out Attendance: All students and at least one guardian must attend one one-hour training session to receive their device and submit signed agreements.
TO THE GREATEST EXTENT POSSIBLE, FHS WANTS KIDS TO ATTEND ON THEIR GRADE LEVEL NIGHT. If extreme circumstances keep you from attending on your designated night, please have your guardian contact the HS office. Families with kids in different grades may have both of their kids attend on the same night. The student who will be attending on a different class (their sibling’s night) night needs to sign up. There are enrollment caps to each night’s participation totals, so your sign up is the only way you will save a spot on an alternate night. Remember, when you attend, you must have one guardian with you.
Training/Distribution Sessions: will run from 6-7 pm and will be held at FHS. Each group meets in the auditorium and then move to various, pre-assigned rooms. More information on the details of the night.
January 9th: 12th grade roll out
January 10th: 11th grade roll out
January 11th: 10th grade roll out
January 12th: 9th grade roll out
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