Sunday, November 9, 2014

School Messenger: Sunday, November 9, 2014

Good evening, Brassfield Families. This is Mrs. MacWilliams calling with your weekly updates and reminders for the school week of Monday, November 10th - Friday, November 14th

Welcome back, Track 3!

Now that our October Box Tops Challenge has come to end, please be sure to check out the photos of Mr. Soutter, North Ridge Elementary's principal, wearing Brassfield gear at school on November 4th and at our Northern Area Principals' meeting on November 5th. Brassfield collected a record total of 24,859 Box Tops last month, raising $2,485.90 for our great school. 

In observance of the Veteran's Day holiday, school will be closed on Tuesday, November 11th.  No plans yet? Stop by PDQ on Falls of Neuse to enjoy a delicious Brassfield Spirit Night

This Thursday, November 13th, Brassfield students will enjoy the National Theatre for Children's, 'The Clue that Burned Blue,' a Cultural Arts event. 

Movie Night is this Friday, November 14th. The fun begins at 5:00pm. 

From our wonderful PTA:
EVENING TIMELINE OF FUN:
5:00-6:30  Purchase Raffle Tickets and browse and bid on the Brassfield Ball Baskets and Raffle Items
5:30-6:30  Enjoy Chick-Fil-A in the cafeteria {Individual servings of 8 count nuggets, choice of fruit cup or chips, and choice of drink for $6.00}  Chick-Fil-A will be served on a first come, first served basis until the food is sold out. If you know your family will be eating Chick-Fil-A,please email Stacey Motley at papercafe@gmail.com or Melinda Hemphill at JayMelinda@yahoo.com - this will help assist in the quantity ordered.  Movie snacks and drinks will be sold in the cafeteria during this time as well - but will not be sold after the movie starts.
6:30-8:00  Muppets Most Wanted will be showing in the multi-purpose room. Important note to parents: This is not a drop off event, you must stay with the children you bring to Family Movie Night.  Please do not leave your children unattended during the movie. Additionally, we respectfully request that you help clean up food and beverages you consume during the movie.
For additional club, field trip, and grade level specific news and other information, please visit Brassfield's master calendar, located on our school website.

Have a great night!

Monday, November 3, 2014

School Messenger: Monday, November 3, 2014

Good afternoon, Brassfield Families! This is Mrs. MacWilliams calling with your weekly updates and reminders for the school week of Monday, November 3rd - Friday, November 7th

Curious about the final tally for our October Box Tops Challenge with North Ridge Elementary? Going into week 4, Brassfield was down 1,987 Box Tops. Check out today's BTV News broadcast for the final results. 

Attention Carpoolers: In an effort to create a safer and more efficient carpool, effective immediately, we are asking all vehicles entering carpool to do so by way of a right hand turn. Any vehicle attempting to make a left will be directed toward Honeycutt and may join the right turning carpool line. Additionally, as to avoid blocking community traffic, all carpool vehicles waiting in line will be directed to pull onto the shoulder. Hazards are encouraged and may be utilized as an indicator that your vehicle is part of our carpool. 

Tomorrow, Tuesday, November 4th is Election Day, and as a reminder, Brassfield's cafeteria is a polling site. Entry through the cafeteria doors will be limited only to voting community members. 

Friday, November 5th is an Early Release Day for all students. Dismissal will begin at 1:15pm. 

A Message from Jean Monroe, Instructional Technology Facilitator:
My husband, John, and I want to thank you for all the support that you have provided our family during this challenging time in our lives. We have been amazed and humbled by the kindness and generosity of others.  Knowing that others care inspires us to keep moving forward in a positive light. The donations made for the Parents Night Out will certainly help us with our medical expenses! John is doing well with the care he is receiving at the Duke Brain Tumor Center. Regretfully, I had to take early retirement to be home with him. I will miss working at Brassfield! The staff, students, and parents are the BEST!! 

Have a wonderful week!