Early Release Movie - 5/29/19


Join us for the last movie of the school year on Wednesday, May 29th.


Pay online or via paper form.


We are happy to report that as in previous years, to help our parents, on the last Wednesday of most months (excluding December and June), we will provide a movie and childcare in the school auditorium for lower school students, with a signed permission slip from their parents. Upper school students are welcome to volunteer, and require a signed permission slip as well.


In keeping with this month's IB Learner's Profile focus on being BALANCED, May’s movie will be HOME. Oh and Tip show the alien Boov that a BALANCE of trust and friendship are needed if they want to share our planet.


**PLEASE REMEMBER: FOR THE SAFETY OF ALL OF OUR CHILDREN, NO PAYMENTS CAN BE ACCEPTED THE DAY OF THE MOVIE**


  • Children will be given snacks in the cafeteria after dismissal at 1:20 p.m.

  • The movie begins at 2:00 p.m. and pick-up will be at 3:30 pm at the front door.

  • Seating is limited and tickets will be sold for $5 per person on a first come first serve basis. The price includes the movie, 1 bottle of water and 1 bag of Skinny Pop® popcorn which will be provided as snacks. No additional snacks will be sold.

  • Please remember to check the box on the permission slip if your child CANNOT have popcorn.

  • No tickets will be sold at the door. Please note: there are no refunds for children who do not attend the movie.

4th graders may participate in supervised recreation time in the gym if they do not want to watch the movie. Please check the box on the permission slip, if you DO NOT give your child to permission to go the gym.


If you have an upper school student who would like to volunteer please write their name on the permission slip and indicate "volunteer".


Please note: in order to continue providing the Early Dismissal Movies, we will be asking every parent whose child attends the movies to volunteer for this activity, or another PTO-sponsored activity, one afternoon a year. If you have not already done so, please feel free to sign up using the Volunteer Link in this issue of the Current or email Katherine Golar Morris (please put "MOVIE" in the subject field.).

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