Wea Ridge


October 23, 2017

Timberwolf Tales

Upcoming Events

October 27th & 30th
Fall Break
All Grades


 October 31st
Fannie May Sales End
All Grades 

November 3rd

Field Trip

Fair Oaks
Grade 3

November 6th
PTO Restaurant Night
Arnies 5-9

Veteran's Memorial Pkwy


November 13th
PTO Meeting 6pm


November 14th or 15th

Donuts for Dad 8am - 8:45am

All Grades

November 17th

PTO Movie Night - Moana

All Grades


November 23rd & 24th
No School

Thanksgiving Break




NEXT MEETING - Monday, November 13th 6:00 pm


RESTAURANT NIGHT -  Arni's  (Veterans Memorial Pkwy) - Monday, November 6th from 5pm to 9pm. 


DONUTS FOR DAD  -  November 14th or November 15th, 8am to 8:45am.  Please get those reservation turned in!


MOVIE NIGHT - Featuring the movie Moana!  November 17th. 

BOX TOPS - Remember to keep sending in those box tops.  Every box top counts! 

PTO Minutes
 Coats for Kids

The 7th Annual Salvation Army Coats for Kids Drive/Winter Warm up October 28th from 9:00am to 12:00pm at the Washington Education Center, 1100 Elizabeth Street, Lafayette, Indiana 47904.

Last year, with sponsors and community support, Salvation Army helped deliver 1,400 coats to children in need!

Holiday Assistance Programs
The LUM Annual Community Thanksgiving Celebration is a true community event, where everyone is welcome to enjoy a warm meal, fellowship, and musical entertainment.

Date: Thursday, November 23, 2017
Time: Noon – 2:00 p.m.
Place: Central Presbyterian Church, 31 N. 7th Street, Downtown Lafayette (Adjacent to the Tippecanoe County Public Library) Social Hall Entrance is on 7th Street
The Community Christmas Day Dinner Committee, in conjunction with its major sponsor the Lyn Treece Boys and Girls Club, will provide a FREE dinner to ANYONE in the Greater Lafayette community. The Dinner will be held at Jefferson High School on Wednesday December 25th. Doors open at 10:30am and dinner will be served from 11am to 2pm. All Children under the age of 12 can visit Santa's toy room and pick out a bit of Christmas Cheer. In addition, homebound individuals can call 765-420-1647 before 1pm  to have a meal delivered.
Lafayette Urban Ministry: Jubilee Christmas
Walk-ins/Phone registration will be taken 10/16-10/18 from 4:30p-7:30p
What information you need to give LUM:
●       Name and date of birth for everyone living in your household
●       Address, phone number, email address
●       Food stamp, TANF or Medicaid case number
○       or a copy of your child's current free lunch acceptance letter
○       or proof of entire household income


For our Lifeline for October, we will be talking about ORGANIZATION- to plan ahead and keep things neat and ready to use. Let's be honest here, organization can be challenging for young kids and sometimes adults too.

Here are some helpful tips to help your student become more organized!


Use Assignment Notebooks.

Help your child get into the habit of writing assignments in their assignment notebook. Encourage this by checking assignment notebooks nightly before homework time. Crossing completed items off the list will give him a sense of accomplishment.

Set a designated study time.

Your child should know that a certain time every day is reserved for studying and doing homework. The best time is usually not right after school -- most children benefit from time to unwind first. Include your child in making this decision. Even if he/she doesn't have homework, the reserved time should be used to review the day's lessons, read for pleasure, or work on an upcoming project.


Keep organized notebooks.

Help your child keep track of papers by organizing them in a binder or notebook. This will help him review the material for each day's classes and to organize the material later to prepare for tests and quizzes. Use dividers to separate class notes, or color-code notebooks. Separate "to do" and "done" folders help organize worksheets, notices, and items to be signed by parents, as well as provide a central place to store completed assignments.


Conduct a weekly clean-up.
Encourage your child to sort through book bags and notebooks on a weekly basis. Old tests and papers should be organized and kept in a separate file at home. Please make sure that folders and back packs are cleaned out weekly, this will help your child be successful at school.


Prepare for the day ahead.
Before your child goes to bed, he/she should pack schoolwork and books in a book bag. The next day's clothes could be laid out with shoes, socks, and accessories. This will cut down on morning confusion and allow your child to prepare quickly for the day ahead.


Here are some videos that might provide you and your child with some great conversation about this month's life skills! Enjoy! v=_1IhLxsjsPY v=QMEcMMOVBKE


McCutcheon Holiday Bazaar


Saturday, November 11, 2017

9am – 2pm at McCutcheon High School

4951 Old US 231 S, Lafayette, IN 47909


Over 100 Vendors * Free Admission

Handmade Crafts * Unique Gifts * Fussed Glass * Jewelry *     Wood Crafts * Holiday Decorations * Direct Sales * Bake Sale

Come and start your Christmas shopping with us by supporting our McCutcheon Bands and local vendors.



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