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Redoubt Elementary

Posted: Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Today is Principals Day. The staff and students thank Mr. Syverson for all he does for the school.

Alaskan Bikers Advocating Training and Education (ABATE) is offering Thanksgiving turkeys and other food items for families in need. Families should call nurse Donna by Friday to make a request. Boxes will be delivered Monday.

The student council is sponsoring a holiday food drive through Friday. All students who bring a nonperishable food item will be entered in a drawing for a free ice cream. Food collected will be given to the school's families and donated to the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank.

The PTA is sponsoring the Holiday Kindness program again this year, providing holiday meals and gifts for the school's families. Parents who need help are asked to call Mr. Syverson or Mrs. Horton as soon as possible.

Sixth-grade classes will present their Alaska museum Friday.

November 24 is the Great Alaska Shoot Out-Sport Spirit Day at the school. Students and staff are invited to wear favorite team shirts or colors, or school colors (red, blue and yellow). Students will have an opportunity to enter a drawing to win free ice cream by participating in Mr. Withrow's basketball free throw.

The PTA will host the Young Shoppers Club the week of Dec. 6. This program offers students an opportunity to do affordable holiday shopping for family and friends. Complete information will be sent home soon.

Grades five and six will present a band concert from 6 to 7 p.m. Dec. 7 in the gym.

Grades four through six will present their Christmas musical at 6 p.m. Dec. 16 at the Soldotna High School Auditorium.



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