We completed our first Movie Night on Friday, and the experience taught us a few things. We learned that we could probably benefit from a little more structure, let the kids be involved in choosing the current movie, but MOST of all, we learned that we need you parents!!! The kids had a nice time and the pizza and hotdogs, popcorn and beverages went down a treat. Special thanks to the parents who helped make it possible, the school who allowed us to put it on, the Custodian who put up with all of us, and the Sign Language Interpreter who interpreted the movie. It sounds like we might have another one coming up in December that we will be sure to use everything we now know to make the next one even better!
On another note, the PTA Meeting was GREAT! We had the chance to see some of the work that our Student Artists have done for SpiritWear for 2019-2020 using the theme of Inclusion. We learned about how to talk about gun safety in our community and among our friends in a way that is respectful and promotes conversations about how firearms are stored in our homes. We talked about the possibility of re-starting Jazz Band at Mt. Tabor Middle School and we learned a little more about events coming up this year!
We have a short school week ahead of us, so may it be a good one for all of you! To all our Veterans and Active Military, thank you for your service.
THIS WEEK ONLY:
DEADLINE FOR BUYING TRAILBLAZERS TICKETS IS TOMORROW: Monday, November 11th!!!! If you haven’t bought them yet – DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY!!
Ongoing / Upcoming Events:
Tabor Dine Out: Pizzicato – Tuesday, November 19 ALL DAY LONG!!!
Tuesday, November 19th: Second session in the Race Matters dialogue series.
Please join us to build skills and create a welcoming space for everyone to speak openly about the role of race in our lives and our children’s lives. Now, more than ever, we need to be a community that recognizes that systemic racism affects each of us differently, depending on our racial identity; that sees, welcomes and responds to each of our children for who they are; and that celebrates the diversity of experiences and perspectives that each family brings.