Family Camp Weekend
(special thanks to the Parent Association Photography Committee and specifically Jim Bain, Annie Wang, Vicki Carrington and Ruthie Sommers for photos)
Out and About 10/15
Hispanic Heritage Committee Events (10/19 Deadline)
Grandparents and Special Friends Day RSVP (10/15 Deadline)
- From PA RE Larchmont Fair Bake Sale
BAKED GOODS NEEDED!
Dear Fellow St. James’ Parents:
This year St. James’ will return to the Larchmont Fair, selling baked goods made by our families. Parent volunteers run the bake sale, which will take place on Sunday, October 29 from 12:00-5:30.
The following baked goods* are needed to make St. James’ stand out at the Larchmont Fair:
To let us know what you are baking, please sign up at http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0a48aaac2ca4fd0-larchmont.
Drop off your items in the morning carpool line on Friday 10/27. Or leave them on the Kazanjian’s porch at 200 South Lucerne Blvd anytime during the weekend of 10/27 - 10/29.
Interest in this event can be directed to committee chair Margaret Barnwell at email@example.com.
Parent Association Executive Committee
*Please be aware of food safety measures so that adults and children with food allergies can be safe:
-Avoid using common food allergens (nuts, peanuts).
-Items containing nuts should be labeled in bold print “CONTAINS NUTS”.
- Hispanic Heritage Events
Your contribution helps the Hispanic Heritage Committee provide artisan breads next week, mariachi music, special performers and taco lunch for Cinco De Mayo along with a year long series of festive celebrations!
- Tips for Photo Days
Some tips and reminders for you regarding photo day:
- If your student has a tendency to get dirty/messy please pack an extra uniform top, just in case!
- You'll be receiving a link in November with all your student's photos and a information on how to purchase individual prints or packages.
- If your student is absent on Monday we will schedule a make up photo for them on November 3.
Contact awright@SJSLA.org with any questions/concerns.
- Costume Drive
We are collecting new and used costumes for kids in foster care all over Los Angeles thru an event held in Watts the weekend before Halloween. The kids will come and "shop for free" in a store set up with all of the donated items.
What we are collecting: Costumes, accessories, masks & costume jewelry
A large clearly marked black bin will sit outside of Ms. Taylors classroom and kids can drop items off on their way into school any morning between now and Friday, October 20th.
Contact Elisha Hall with any questions about this drive (firstname.lastname@example.org). More info here.