A STEM information night will be held Wednesday, December 11 in our Cafeteria. Attached are the STEM student planning guides.
HOUSEHOLD BATTERY RECYCLING CONTEST
Here at Connerton we C.A.R.E (Conserve And Reduce Energy) and we are happy to announce the annual Battery Contest. Schools are not to collect from businesses. Only household batteries are allowed (AA, AAA, C, D, AND 9-VOLT). As T.J. Benziger said, “Commitment never allows us to lose sight of our target. It is the BATTERY that gives power to all types of activities.” Let us collect those old batteries and make a difference in our Connerton family community!
There will be a meeting on Thursday, November 7 at 10 am in our Media Center for our volunteers and class coordinators.
Next Week is Red Ribbon Week! October 28- November 1
Monday, October 28th: “Red Ribbon Day.” - Wear red.
Tuesday, October 29th: “Go for your dreams…don’t do drugs!” - Wear pajamas.
Wednesday, October 30th : “Sock It To Drugs” - Wear crazy socks.
Thursday, October 31st: “Say Boo To Drugs” - Wear costume for Drug Free Costume Parade.
Costume Parade: On October 31 at 10:30 am, students, faculty, and staff will be participating in our annual Drug Free Costume Parade in our bus loop. Students wishing to dress up may do so. Students may not
wear gory masks, bring real or pretend weapons or bloody accessories. Please be sure that your child has appropriate clothes and/or shoes to change into if necessary. Parents are invited to attend the parade,
but will be required to bring their driver’s license and sign in at the front office.
Friday, November 1st: “Team Up Against Drugs” - Wear your favorite team’s shirt/jersey.