Group C

Get out the vote!

Attention all members!  We need to hear from you.  Ballots for the 2017-2018 executive board were available at school this week.  Thank you to the members who filled out and returned ballots.  Unfortunately, we did not hear back from enough members to have a quorum.  Some might feel that it is unnecessary to cast a vote when there is only 1 name for a

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Summer Play Dates

School will soon be on break but the opportunities for fun and connection will continue. Please join us for play dates at the park throughout the summer. Park play dates are open to current member, new/incoming members, and outgoing/alumni members! Siblings are always welcome.  These are not official Jack & Jill Co-op or Bates events.  You are responsible for the safety of your own family and

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Group C updates

The last three weeks of school are bittersweet, but we are going to have as much fun as we can.  We have some days of note, so please refer to the following: ·         Friday, May 12 – Backwards Day.  Our schedule will be turned upside down, and the children are encouraged to dress accordingly. ·         Monday, May 15 – Encore Pajama Day.  By special

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From the president

This Monday (Group A and C) and Wednesday (Group B) our cooperative will be voting on our Executive Board for the 2017-18 school year. Per our governing rules this vote must occur, but we do have open positions still. The spot of President and Vice President are both open and will need to be filled as soon as possible. The vote will have a

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Surveys & Elections

Ballets for the 2017-2018 Jack & Jill Co-op executive board and copies of our end of year 2016-2017 member survey will be available in the foyer this week.  Please pick up forms from, and return them to, your group leader.  Dates and times: Group A – Monday, 5/08, 9:45-11:15, Group C – Monday, 5/08, 12:15-2:45, and Group B – Wednesday, 5/10, 9:45-11:45.

Field Trip Fun

The capstone of our January solar system curriculum was a field trip to the Pierce County Science Dome for groups B and C.  The planetarium’s IMAX presentation brought our galaxy to life.   If you’re curious about why Pluto was demoted from planet to dwarf planet, ask our preschoolers about the 3 criteria for naming a planet.  They can tell you a number of other

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