September 24, 2014

PRAYER CORNER

Year’s Theme: HAVE NO FEAR!

September Theme: Fear of Making Mistakes

Memory Verse: Psalm 37:24

 
HOT LUNCH MENU

THURSDAY, September 25– Scalloped potatoes & ham, green beans,

bread, mandarin oranges

FRIDAY, September 26 – Tavern, baked beans, carrot sticks, banana

MONDAY, September 29– Burrito, lettuce, tomato, nacho cheese, chips,

pineapple

TUESDAY, September 30 – Popcorn chicken, rice, broccoli, applesauce

WEDNESDAY, October 1 – Grilled cheese, tomato soup, carrot sticks,

oranges

 

FLOWER BULB FUNDRAISER-

FLOWER BULB FUNDRAISER ORDERS ARE DUE TODAY.

Please turn orders and payments in to the office ASAP!

LADIES AUXILIARY KICK-OFF-

Monday, September 29 at 7:oo PM all mothers of Ireton Christian School are invited to the Ladies Auxiliary Kick-off. We have Jill Miller coming to sing/speak to us that night and we will be serving desserts after her presentation. There will also be a short business meeting following desserts.

 

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

SATURDAY, September 27 – 5k Run/1 Mile Walk 9 AM

MONDAY, September 29 – Ladies Auxiliary Kick-Off 7 PM

TUESDAY, September 30 – Volleyball game vs St. John’s/Zion Lutheran

(home) 4:00 PM

WEDNESDAY, October 1NO BAND TODAY

– Eye Exams at school with Dr. Clousing

– Reading Rodeo Begins (Teachers will hand out on Wed)

THURSDAY, October 2No School, Heartland Conference

FRIDAY, October 3No School, Heartland Conference

MONDAY, October 6 – TRIP Order 8:30 deadline

– Volleyball game vs Hull Protestant (away) 4:00 PM

WEDNESDAY, October 8 – KOK to Pumpkin Patch

THURSDAY, October 9 – Attend Paulo Padilha group at Unity 1:15-2:15

– Volleyball game vs Rock Valley Christian

(home) 4:00 PM

FRIDAY, October 10 – Chapel– Unity “Cast” will present with drama games

 

ADVANCE NOTICES

 

TUESDAY, October 21 – Volleyball game vs Sheldon/Sanborn

(at Sheldon) 4:15 PM

FRIDAY, October 24 – Dismiss at 11:30 – End of 1st Quarter

-Box top deadline

WEDNESDAY, October 29 – Dismiss at 11:30

FRIDAY, October 31 – Picture Retake Day

NOVEMBER 3-6 – Book Fair in All Purpose Room

NOVEMBER 5-6 – Parent/Teacher Conferences

FRIDAY, November 7 – No School

THURSDAY, December 4 – Fall Musical (K-8)

       * note change of date from directory

 

 

LITTLE LAMB COOKIE DOUGH FUNDRAISER:

Kids of the Kingdom Preschool is selling Little Lamb Cookie Dough and Cheesecakes. They will be selling through Monday, October 6.

If you would like to order, please contact Tammy Sieck. (712-360-0329)


 

Reading Rodeo:

Kindergarten – 15 minutes/day

1st & 2nd Grade – 20 minutes/day

3rd & 4th Grade – 25 minutes/day

5th & 8th Grade – 30 minutes/day

  • Please encourages your child to read each day
  • May read books, newspapers, magazines, etc. outside of class time
  • Students who reach the goal for the month will receive a certificate for a FREE personal pan pizza at Pizza Ranch
  • This begins in October and goes through April

 

TRIP NEWS:

Upcoming Order Dates:  October 6, October 20, November 3, November 17, December 1, and December 15 (last order date before Christmas).

Trip Order dates will be every 2 weeks when school begins. This will only be that way for the first semester. Second semester it will go back to every three weeks.

TRIP will be available in the office on Monday 8:15-2:00, Wednesday 8:15-3:00, and Friday 8:15-2:00.

 

Iowa AEA Online(Great online learning tool)

www.iowaaeaonline.org

user ID: 6990irechr              password: nwaea

 

BOXTOPS:

BOX TOP Deadline is about 4 weeks away, October 24. Keep collecting and turning in your baggies of 50 box tops with your family’s name on them. Turn in bonus box tops separately with your name on that bag

 

NEEDED:

100th Anniversary Committee members. Please join us!!

We would like to meet for our first time in the next month – Planning celebration for 2016-2017 school year.

 

Cadet Schedule

September 17            Cadets            6:30 – 8:30 PM

September 24            Cadets            6:30 – 8:30 PM

October 8                 Cadets            6:30 – 8:30 PM

 

Community Health Partnersand your local medical providers ask you to do your part to help prevent the spread of illness, especially during the cold and flu season. Hand washing is the single most important way to stop germs from spreading. 

Wash your hands before: 

  • Making or eating food
  • Treating a cut or wound

Wash your hands after:

  • Caring for someone who is ill
  • Using the toilet or changing a diaper
  • Blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing

Wash with soap and water, making sure to scrub for at least 20 seconds. 

Enterovirus D68 procedure:

     Bleach is recommended for environmental cleaning