Category: General News

Why I became a PTSA member: Greg’s story

  Two part answer, first – I wanted to give back to the Pathfinder community. Second, this is more personal, I didn’t know enough of the inner workings of the PTSA to be able to comment or judge on what the PTSA did and didn’t do for my kids and our community as a whole. …

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You are invited! May 14 Capture the Flag

You are invited to a game of Capture the Flag with the Water Hall teachers Saturday, May 14, 9:00am to 12:00pm The Field at Pathfinder Sign up here We’ll provide the games and a hotdog and burger cookout (Let us know if you are a vegetarian) The Schedule: 9:00am = arrive and set up 9:20am = …

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Playground painting party, May 21!

Mark your calendars: May 21, 10-2pm Please join in an effort to spruce up the painting on the playground. We’re going to be adding some white lines to the river, lining the new ball toy, adding some k/1 line-up stripes, and more. The more people the better! Brushes/rollers/paint/gloves supplied. The more people, the more progress …

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Staff Appreciation Week!

It’s Staff Appreciation Week at Pathfinder There will be breakfasts, lunches, massages, flowers, thank you cards, and messages big and small to all of our teachers, instructional assistants, specialists, custodians, office staff, administrators, principal and vice principal, kitchen staff, bus drivers, Blazing Trails staff — all of the many, many people who keep Pathfinder k-8 …

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Compass April 20, 2016

Compass 4.20.16 final

Massage therapists needed for staff appreciation week

Pathfinder K-8 staff appreciation week is coming up We are in search of massage therapists to help us make sure all the Pathfinder K-8 staff is treated to a shortened session of bodywork. May 3 – 5 9am – 11am  and  2pm – 3pm  – Not an all day commitment – note the time slots …

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What is Permaculture?

Permaculture: from Permanent Culture, a set of agricultural or social design principles which simulate or directly use the patterns and features of natural ecosystems and create gardens and communities which are sustainable and self-sufficient. Permaculture offers a set of values and guiding principles we use to cultivate our garden in balance with nature. We choose …

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Wreath sales net $12,562 for camping

Remember shivering outside in December, crimping greens into holiday wreaths? All of that hard work has paid off with record sales. After expenses, $12,562 is being distributed to classrooms to help defray the costs of camping programs this spring and next fall. Funds help pay for camp costs, like lodging/camping, food and equipment. It keeps …

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Why I became a PTSA member: Sarah’s story

We joined the PTSA as just one way of actively participating in our community. Sarah Steinke, Co-treasurer

New Hot Sheet, March 30

Hot Sheet 2016-03-30