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Syre Happenings - Week of February 24, 2020

Upcoming Events

Feb. 24 6th Gr. Field Trip to Einstein 

Feb. 25 5th Gr. Field Trip to Einstein

Feb. 25 Cougar Mountain Cookie Dough Orders Due

Feb. 27 Global Reading Challenge at Shoreline Center 9:15-12:00

Feb. 27 Skating Party at Lynnwood Skate 6-8pm

Feb. 28 DD Meats Camp Fundraiser

Mar. 2-6 Half Day dismissal at 11:45 for Parent Teacher Conferences

Mar. 2-6 ArtWise Art Camp 11:45 to 3:30


Spirit Week Next Week

Monday, Mar. 2 - Crazy Sock Day

Tuesday, Mar. 3 - Crazy Hair/Crazy Hat Day

Wednesday, Mar. 4 - Super Hero Day

Thursday, Mar. 5 - Dress Up/Formal Day

Friday, Mar. 6 - PJ Day


Syre PTA Nominating Committee Voting Underway

Current Syre PTA members check your email for a link to place your votes for this year’s Nominating Committee. Voting closes Friday February 21. Questions? Please contact syreptapresident@gmail.com.


Cougar Mountain Cookie Dough

Support the Syre 5th and 6th grade camp fund by purchasing Cougar Mountain Cookie Dough.  All cookie dough flavors are packed in 3 lb tubs and cost $17 per tub. Syre will keep 50% of the proceeds. Cookie dough flavors include: Original Chocolate Chunk, Oatmeal Raisin Cinnamon, Double Chocolate Oregon Hazelnut, Classic Peanut Butter, Chewy Molasses-Ginger, Lemon Cheesecake, All-Butter Rolled Sugar, and Ballpark. Although some dough flavors do not contain nuts, all cookies are made on shared equipment. Cougar Mountain cookie dough can be stored in the refrigerator for two months and the freezer for twelve months.

We ask that all students return their completed order forms, cash, and checks to their teachers no later than Tuesday, February 25th.  Checks should be made out to “Syre Elementary.” We will have the cookie dough delivered to Syre on Thursday, March 12th at which time we will need students and parents to pick up their cookie dough orders between 3:00 – 4:00pm. We do not have space to store cookie dough overnight, so please mark this date on your calendars.


ArtWise Art Camps During Conference Week

ArtWise


Syre Skate Night

Thursday February 27th from 6:00 - 8:00 pm

Join us for Syre skate night at Lynnwood Bowl & Skate, 6210 200th St. SW, Lynnwood. Admission is $8.00 which includes quad skate rental.  Pay an additional $3.25 for in line skates. Parents are encouraged to participate. No drop-offs allowed. Feel free to bring your helmet!  Hope to see you there! Scholarships are available if needed - please contact Syre’s Family Advocate at 206-393-1688 or email erica.jones@shorelineschools.org and jill.steinberg@shorelineschools.org


DD Meats Camp Fundraiser

Syre Wildcats! Keep an eye out for the flyer coming soon in KID MAIL! DD Meats in Mountlake Terrace is giving us %15 of every sale on Friday Feb 28th for all folks who bring in the kid mail FLYER! Yes, this is another camp fundraiser - but who doesn't need meat?!! Stop by on 2/28 and stock up on some of the best deli meat, bacon, or marinades around! You won't be disappointed!  Look for the flyer coming home in your child's backpack today!


PTA Awards

Nominations are now being accepted for the Golden Acorn, Outstanding Advocate, & Outstanding Educator Awards.

Do you know a Syre community member deserving of one of these awards? Please take the time to submit one or more of these forms to support the community members who make a difference at Syre!  Forms were sent out this week and can be returned to the front office, or they can be completed online and submitted electronically. Our winners will be honored at the PTA Council Recognition Dinner & the Syre PTA Volunteer Luncheon. Both events are on Thursday, April 16th. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Dani VonGunten at daniv@tengundesign.com or 206.412.9119, or  Kristi Brueck at kristi.brueck@gmail.com or 206.992.3880. Thanks for your support!

The Golden Acorn Award is given to an honoree who gives exemplary volunteer service to children and youth in our school community.

The Outstanding Educator Award is given to an honoree who develops and inspires students academically and personally, supports student activities, works with parents and children, involves parents and community members, and employs innovative instructional techniques and/or classroom management strategies.

The Outstanding Advocate Award is given to an honoree who is recognized for his/her advocacy work on behalf of children and youth.

Click on this link to nominate for the PTA’s Recognition Awards:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OOVmBTQY-CXwixaFggVaPui31RdyVec1ZjTbqoPipa0/edit?ts=5e38648e