Students may pick up a BOOK IT reading incentive program from Natalie. Call 714-8880 for more information.
Field testing for grades four through eight will begin Tuesday at the Soldotna Bible Chapel. Grades four, five and seven will do writing, sixth grade will do reading and eighth grade will do math. Contact your students adviser with any questions.
Connections advisers are available to help with curriculum and other student needs.
The Pumpkins Gone Crazy contest is open to all home-school families. Make a pumpkin (carved, scraped, painted, accessorized, etc.) and bring it to the office by Oct. 27. Pumpkins may represent a character, animal, vegetable or item. Prizes will be awarded Oct. 29. Categories are up to 4 years old, grades kindergarten through second, three and four, five and six, seven and eight, nine through 12 and adults.
A mascot naming contest for the 2006 Kenai Peninsula Arctic Winter Games also is going on. The deadline is Oct. 29. For more information, a flyer is available at the office.
The hay maze is available for students and their families from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Thursday at Solid Rock Bible Camp. A bonfire and hot drinks will be provided. Sign up by calling or stopping by the office. The cost is $5 per person.
Karen Hollingsworth, recognized nature photographer, will present "Let's Go Wild" at the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge at 7 p.m. Friday at the Kenai Visitor and Cultural Center. Admission is free. For more information, call the NWR at 262-7021.
Dates to remember:
Nov. 5 Deadline to register for the Boys and Girls Club third- and fourth-grade basketball teams. The season runs Dec. 13 to Feb. 12.
Nov. 11 Comet Challenger mission at 12:30 p.m. for grades six through eight. Attendance at two classes prior to the mission is required. For more information, call Tanya.
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