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  • Newsletter 10-30-2014

    Posted by Dana Hardester at 10/30/2014

    Roy Cloud Weekly Cloud Burst

    Cloud Burst

    Thursday, October 30th, 2014

    Dana Hardester, Principal,

    Sara Shackel, Assistant Principal

    Developing a community of students empowered with knowledge and skills for the future.”

    Developing a community of students empowered

    Dates to Remember

    10/30 - Halloween Parade at 8:30

    10/31 - No School - Teacher Professional Development day

    11/5 - Picture Make-up Day

    11/8 - Kindergarten registration 9am-1pm, Roy Cloud office

    11/11 - No School - Veterans Day

    11/17 - School Site Council, 3:15pm

    11/19 - PTO Meeting, 6:30pm

    11/21 - Minimum Day

    11/24-11/25 - Parent / Teacher Conferences (No School)

    11/26-11/28 - Thanksgiving break

    Message from the Principal

    Dear Parents, Former Roy Cloud Students: We would like to know where you are! If you are currently in college, or a graduate, we would love to know where you went. Please take a picture of yourself in your college sweatshirt or by your college sign. If you are a high school senior, we would love to know where you have decided to go. Please take a picture in your college sweatshirt or by your college sign. Please email your picture with your name, what year you graduated from Roy Cloud (Class of 20??), and what your major is/was to Dana Hardester at dhardester@rcsdk8.net We have a display in the office, and we would love to add you to it!

    -Dana Hardester, Principal

    School Announcements

    Halloween Parade Today!

    K-5 students:

    Students come dressed in costume. Students will report to their classrooms for attendance and to put away their things. Halloween parade will begin, out on blacktop, at 8:30. Kindergarten classes will leave the parade and go back to their classrooms as soon as they are finished walking in the parade.

    Middle School:

    Middle school will have an activity about 45 minutes before lunch. Students can decide whether or not they would like to wear a costume to school, as long as it is not distracting.

    Thank You Mondi Hair Salon

    Mondi Hair Salon

    Last week Mondi Hair Salon came out and supported our Cancer Awareness Week by providing haircuts for the people that made hair donations. This is the second year that Mondi has provided this service for us! Thank you so much for coming out!

    Veteran's Day

    Veteran's Day is on Tuesday, Nov. 11th. There will be no school that day. There will be school on Monday, Nov. 10th and Wednesday, Nov. 12th.

    PTO News

    Be a Hero and PARTICIPATE in our Direct Donation

    Campaign: Any donation amount is welcome! So far the top grade levels with the most participation in the Direct Donations are:

    First Place: Kindergarten & 2nd Grade (tie)

    Third Place: 5th Grade

    Stay tuned for more leader board reports and the prize for the winning grade level! Deadline for the contest: December 31st.


    Have you signed up for eScrip yet?

    You should! Here's why...

    • This is a no-cost fundraiser for Roy Cloud!

    • Earn $$ for Roy Cloud while shopping.

    • All you have to do is shop to make a difference!

    • By registering your Safeway card and debt/credit cards, Roy Cloud receives money from your regular purchases.

    Back by popular demand..."Popsicle Friday"!

    Students from families that have registered for eScrip by Nov 18th, receive a free popsicle after lunch on Friday, Nov 21st! Go to the PTO Escrip web page for more information:

    http://roycloudinfo.com/fundraising/escrip/

    Click here for the eScrip flier.

    Do you shop at Amazon?

    Sign-up for Amazon Smile to earn $$ for Roy Cloud. Make your holiday shopping count by registering with Amazon Smile today! It's easy & free! AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to donate 0.5% of the purchase price to Roy Cloud School every time you shop at Amazon, at no cost to you. Tens of millions of products on AmazonSmile are eligible for donations.

    To shop at AmazonSmile simply go to: http://smile.amazon.com from the web browser on your computer or mobile device. On your first visit to AmazonSmile, you need to select Roy Cloud School (as your charitable organization) to receive donations from eligible purchases before you begin shopping.

    Notes:

    - Add a bookmark to AmazonSmile to make it even easier to return and start your shopping at AmazonSmile.

    - Currently Amazon Smile does not work on the Amazon App - only when you go through your web browser.

    - For more information contact: Kay Cadei Newby, kayisabel2@icloud.com or go to: http://smile.amazon.com.

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  • Newsletter 10-23-2014

    Posted by Dana Hardester at 10/23/2014

    Roy Cloud Weekly Cloud Burst

    Cloud Burst

    Thursday, October 23rd , 2014

    Dana Hardester, Principal,

    Sara Shackel, Assistant Principal

    Developing a community of students empowered with knowledge and skills for the future.”

     

    Developing a community of students empowered

    Dates to Remember

    10/24 - Cancer Awareness - wear pink / "Hair for Hope" day

    10/24 - Principal's Coffee

    10/30 - Halloween Parade at 8:30

    11/8 - Kindergarten registration 9am-1pm, Roy Cloud office

    11/24-11/25 - Parent / Teacher Conferences

    Message from the Principal

    Dear Parents, As you know, there is no school for students on October 31st this year. We will be having our Halloween parade on Thursday, October 30th at 8:30.

    -Dana Hardester, Principal

    School Announcements

    Halloween Parade

    As you know, there is no school for students on October 31st this year. We will be having our Halloween parade on Thursday, October 30th.

    Kindergarten:

    Students come dressed in costume*. Students will report to their classrooms for attendance and to put away their things. Halloween parade will begin, out on blacktop, at 8:30. Kindergarten classes will leave the parade and go back to their classrooms as soon as they are finished walking in the parade.

    Grades 1-5:

    Students will come in costume*. Students will report to their classrooms for attendance and to put away their things. Halloween parade will begin, out on blacktop, at 8:30.

    Middle School:

    Middle school will have an activity about 45 minutes before lunch. Students can decide whether or not they would like to wear a costume* that day, as long as it is not distracting.

    *Please remember that costumes that are worn at school should meet dress code. If your costume does not meet dress code, in most cases the easy fix is to wear a t-shirt or leggings under the costume.


    Help with Middle School Halloween Party:

    Grades 6-8 will be having their own Halloween party on Thursday, Oct. 30th from 12:00-12:45 in the middle school quad. Please look at our "needs" list on SignUp Genius at: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c054ea5ab28a31-middle and
    let us know how you can help out with this fun event! Even if you can't be there the day of the party to help, there are other ways to contribute. We are accepting donations of treats and tricks and will also gladly accept monetary donations to be used for purchasing items for the party. Please direct any questions to Alicia Truby
    atruby12@yahoo.com or Nancy Mein nancymein@yahoo.com.

    Principal's Coffee

    We will have a Principal's Coffee on Friday in the Library after drop off. We will be discussing the future plans for the Roy Cloud campus that were shared at the Town Hall Meeting.

    Lunch Drop Off

    We understand that students forget their lunches. In order to minimize classroom interruptions, we are going try a strategy that has been successful at other schools. We will be starting a lunch cart in the office. If your student forgets their lunch, you can leave it on the cart in the office. Students will be allowed to walk through the office and pick it up at lunch or recess. 

    PTO News

    Be a Hero for Halloween Not sure what to be for Halloween? Be a superhero for your school! Click here to make your donation and to get your superhero powers. Donation forms and remittance envelopes are also located in the school office. Questions about Direct Donations? Contact Amy Truesdale or Sarah Orton.

    Have you signed up for eScrip yet?

    You should! Here's why...

    • This is a no-cost fundraiser for Roy Cloud!

    • Earn $$ for Roy Cloud while shopping.

    • All you have to do is shop to make a difference!

    • By registering your Safeway card and debt/credit cards, Roy Cloud receives money from your regular purchases.

    Back by popular demand..."Popsicle Friday"! Students from families that have registered for eScrip by Nov 18th, receive a free popsicle after lunch on Friday, Nov 21st! Go to the PTO Escrip web page for more information: http://roycloudinfo.com/fundraising/escrip/

    Art in Action Corner

    Did you know that Roy Cloud is participating in the Art in Action Monthly Library Show? Come and appreciate 17 of our 1st grade art pieces which are now on display in the children section of the Redwood City Main Library (Downtown) - 1044 Middlefield Road. Our first grade works of art are inspired by the Russian-French artist Marc Chagall - the Village and I. These pieces will be on display until Nov 17th.

    After School Sports

    Roy Cloud 6th-8th Grade Flag Football Team:

    Congrats to the team for going undefeated so far and winning their last game 20-14 vs Redeemer. Next game is Monday 6pm at Hawes. Thank you to our volunteer coaches: John Montalbano, Steve Hotovec, Rodney Amirsehhi, and Mark Botto.


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  • Newsletter 10-16-2014

    Posted by Dana Hardester at 10/16/2014

    Roy Cloud Weekly Cloud Burst

    Cloud Burst

    Thursday, October 16th, 2014

    Dana Hardester, Principal,

    Sara Shackel, Assistant Principal

    Developing a community of students empowered with knowledge and skills for the future.”

    Click here for a printable PDF document of the October 16th Weekly Cloud Burst

    Dates to Remember

    10/17 - Roy Cloud Talent Show

    10/20-10/24 - Cancer Awareness Week

    10/21 - Strategies for Fostering Resiliency

    10/24 - Principal's Coffee

    10/30 - Halloween Parade at 8:30

    11/4 - Kindergarten registration 9am-1pm, Roy Cloud office

    11/24-11/25 - Parent / Teacher Conferences

    Message from the Principal

    Dear Parents,

    Did you know that the Redwood City School District has schools that are over 100 years old? Did you know that Roy Cloud School was built in the 1950's? Last week we had a Town Hall Meeting where members of our community were able to see the plans to bring our school into the 21st Century. If you were and able to make the meeting and would like to see the plans, here are a few options. We will have a Principal's Coffee on Friday, October 24 after drop-off in the Library. Plans will also be shared at the School Site Council Meeting at 3:15 on Monday, October 27th. If neither of these options works for you, the plans are on display in the office. Please come by, take a look, and give us your feedback.

    -Dana Hardester

    School Announcements

    Halloween Parade

    As you know, there is no school for students on October 31st this year. We will be having our Halloween parade on Thursday, October 30th.

    Kindergarten:

    Students come dressed in costume*. Students will report to their classrooms for attendance and to put away their things. Halloween parade will begin, out on blacktop, at 8:30. Kindergarten classes will leave the parade and go back to their classrooms as soon as they are finished walking in the parade.

    Grades 1-5:

    Students will come in costume*. Students will report to their classrooms for attendance and to put away their things. Halloween parade will begin, out on blacktop, at 8:30.

    Middle School:

    Middle school will have an activity about 45 minutes before lunch. Students can decide whether or not they would like to wear a costume* that day, as long as it is not distracting.

    *Please remember that costumes that are worn at school should meet dress code. If your costume does not meet dress code, in most cases the easy fix is to wear a t-shirt or leggings under the costume.

    6th Grade Living History Day

    Last week all the 6th graders participated in the first living history day of the school year. The focus of this living history day was Early Hominids. Students rotated through a variety of activities, including basket weaving, cave painting, and learning about glaciers. And extra credit for kids who dressed the part. A fun day full of learning!

    Cancer Awareness Week - Oct 20th-24th

    • Monday: Skin Cancer/Melanoma - wear black clothing and/or ribbons

    • Tuesday: Brain Cancer - wear grey clothing and/or ribbons

    • Wednesday: Leukemia (Blood Cancer) - wear orange clothing and/or ribbons

    • Thursday: Childhood Cancer - wear gold clothing and/or ribbons

    • Friday: Breast Cancer - wear pink clothing and/or ribbons

    Click here for how you can volunteer or bring items next week.

    PTO News

    Be a Hero for Halloween

    Not sure what to be for Halloween? Be a superhero for your school! Click here to make your donation and to get your superhero powers. Donation forms and remittance envelopes are also located in the school office. Questions about Direct Donations? Contact Amy Truesdale or Sarah Orton.



    Roy Cloud Talent Show

    This Friday, October 17, 7pm in the MUB. $5.00 General Admission

    Bring neighbors, friends, grandma/grandpa! Tickets are on sale after school at the flagpole, as well as at the door UNTIL we reach capacity! Come support the 50+ students getting ready to entertain you!

    Roy Cloud Parent Education Night:

    Strategies for Fostering Resiliency in Our Children - October 21st 6:30-7:30 pm, Roy Cloud Library. Please join Juli Stringfied (Roy Cloud Counselor), Amy Hublou (Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist) and Julie Croteau (Stanford Prevention Research Center) for an open -discussion on resiliency - or what is now referred to as grit. How do we help our kids to be more resilient? Is there more to preparing our child for the future than focusing solely on academics? With the help of Dr. Robert Brooks and Dr. Sam Goldstein's book, Raising Resilient Children, we will share some of the strategies and benefits of fostering resiliency and giving our kids more grit!

    Have you signed up for (eScrip logo) here yet?

    You should! Here's why...

    • This is a no-cost fundraiser for Roy Cloud!

    • Earn $$ for Roy Cloud while shopping.

    • All you have to do is shop to make a difference!

    • By registering your Safeway card and debt/credit cards, Roy Cloud receives money from your regular purchases.

    Back by popular demand! "Popsicle Friday" - Students from families that have registered for eScrip by Nov 18th, receive a free popsicle after lunch on Friday, Nov 21st! Go to the PTO Escrip web page for more information:

    http://roycloudinfo.com/fundraising/escrip/

    Click here for the eScrip flier.

    Afterschool Sports

    Attention all 4th/5th and 6th Grade Hoopsters.....It's time to register for BASKETBALL! Registration forms are available in the office and also available online Redwood City Parks and Recreation - Online Registration. Please sign-up early to guarantee a spot! The deadline for 4th/5th and 6th Grade Boys & Girls teams is Thursday, October 16th. If you're interested in coaching, or have any questions, please contact Danielle Ryan at danitryan@yahoo.com. GO BOLTS!

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  • Newsletter 10-9-2014

    Posted by Dana Hardester at 10/9/2014

    Roy Cloud Weekly Cloud Burst

    Cloud Burst

    Thursday, October 9th, 2014

    Dana Hardester, Principal,

    Sara Shackel, Assistant Principal

    Developing a community of students empowered with knowledge and skills for the future.”

    Click here for a printable PDF of the October 9th Weekly Cloud Burst

    Dates to Remember

    10/9 - Roy Cloud Octoberfest

    10/9 - Town Hall Meeting at MIT

    10/17 - Roy Cloud Talent Show

    10/21 - Strategies for Fostering Resiliency

    10/30 - Halloween Parade at 8:40

    11/24-11/25 - Parent / Teacher Conferences

    Message from the Principal

    Dear Parents, International Walk to School Day was huge a success! Several of the Walking School Bus route leaders said their routes had doubled! The Kiddie Valets were eager to help students, but it was easy to see that the number of cars were way down. The blacktop was a sea of students and families walking laps!

    Thank you to everyone that walked today. Thank you to Mrs. Gaston, Mrs. Estrella, and the Student Leadership class for all the help with posters, decorations, and handing out prizes. Thank you to all the Walking School Bus Route Leaders. And, a special thank you to Rebecca Ratcliff, for all of her spearheading and sharing of her passion.

    ~Dana Hardester, Principal

    School Announcements

    Roy Cloud Oktoberfest

    First Annual Octoberfest on Oct 9th @ 5-8pm - please come support the 8th grade class of 2015 as we fundraise for our graduation activities. Click here for the flier.

    • Food by Flamin Dogs: Bratwurst, hot dogs, sausages,hamburger, side salads and all the fixings (Vegetarian options will be available)

    • We will also have a pretzel stand, a bake sale and a make-your-own Sundae bar.

    • Activities for the kids: Face painting, Halloween Tattoo station, Glow-in-the-dark bracelets, coloring stations for the little ones, and more.

    • Tickets: Pre-sale tickets will be sold before and after school at the flagpole in the Red Oak parking lot, starting Monday, September 22nd till Friday, Oct 3rd. They are $7 each or $25 for a family pack (4-5pp). (Tickets are strongly encouraged in advance, but walk-ins are welcome the night of the event.)

    Parents Needed

    Are you interested in finding out the plan for future construction on Roy Cloud's campus? There is a Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, Oct. 9th at 7:00pm at MIT. If you are interested on expressing your view for Roy Cloud's plans, please email at dhardester@rcsdk8.net.


    Roy Cloud After School Sports!

    Attention all 4th/5th and 6th Grade Hoopsters. It's time to register for BASKETBALL! Registration forms are available in the office and also available online Redwood City Parks and Recreation - Online Registration. Please sign-up early to guarantee a spot! The deadline for 4th/5th and 6th Grade Boys & Girls teams is Thursday, October 16th. If you're interested in coaching, or have any questions, please contact Danielle Ryan at danitryan@yahoo.com. GO BOLTS!


    Halloween Parade

    As you know, there is no school for students on October 31st this year. We will be having our Halloween parade on Thursday, October 30th in the morning, shortly after drop off. Because we have moved the parade to the beginning of the school day, we are asking that students come in their costumes this year. We will be sending out more details as next week. If you have specific questions about classroom activities, please ask your teachers.


    PTO News

    Have you seen me?

    2014-2015 Supporter Car Magnets are here! After you make your donation of any amount, we will be mailing you a magnet for your car, along with your thank you letter. Go ahead, be a hero and display your Roy Cloud magnet! It brings good karma and special superhero powers. :)

    You can donate via credit card or by check here. There is also a donation drop box and remittance envelopes in the school office. Our goal is 100% participation so that we can keep all of our wonderful programs at Roy Cloud. Not sure where your donation dollars go? Click here for more information. Still have more questions? Contact Amy Truesdale or Sarah Orton.

    Roy Cloud Talent Show

    Friday, October 17, 7pm in the MUB

    $5.00 General Admission

    Bring neighbors, friends, grandma/grandpa!

    Tickets go on sale Friday 10/10 after school at the flagpole. Tickets will be available each day after school at the flagpole and during the middle school recess.Tickets available at the door UNTIL we reach capacity! Come support the 50+ students getting ready to entertain you!

    Roy Cloud Parent Education Night:

    Strategies for Fostering Resiliency in Our Children -October 21st 6:30-7:30 pm, Roy Cloud Library. Please join Juli Stringfied (Roy Cloud Counselor), Amy Hublou (Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist) and Julie Croteau (Stanford Prevention Research Center) for an open discussion on resiliency - or what is now referred to as grit. How do we help our kids to be more resilient? Is there more to preparing our child for the future than focusing solely on academics? With the help of Dr. Robert Brooks and Dr. Sam Goldstein's book, Raising Resilient Children, we will share some of the strategies and benefits of fostering resiliency and giving our kids more grit!

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  • Newsletter 10-2-2014

    Posted by Dana Hardester at 10/2/2014

    Roy Cloud Weekly Cloud Burst

    Cloud Burst

    Thursday, October 2, 2014

    Dana Hardester, Principal,

    Sara Shackel, Assistant Principal

    Developing a community of students empowered with knowledge and skills for the future.”

     

    Dates to Remember

    10/8 - International Walk to School Day

    10/9 - Roy Cloud Octoberfest

    10/9 - Town Hall Meeting at MIT

    10/21 - Strategies for Fostering Resiliency

    10/30 - Halloween Parade

    11/24-11/25 - Parent / Teacher Conferences

    Message from the Principal

    Dear Parents,

    Last week our 5th graders went to Outdoor Ed at Jones Gulch San Francisco YMCA Camp. Our students had the opportunity to engage with the natural world, explore the beach and forest ecosystems, and live in a community with their fellow students and environments.

    Our students had cabin mates from Ocean Shore and John Muir schools. I visited on Thursday night for dinner and my favorite activity...campfire! At campfire we sang songs and each cabin presented a skit. If you know a 5th grader, be sure to ask them about their week at Outdoor Education, and what clubs they joined! I would like to thank Mrs. Ortez for organizing, and Ms. Rivoli, Mr. Tsivikas, and Mrs. Ondricek for spending the week with our students.

    -Dana Hardester - Principal

    School Announcements

    International Walk to School Day


    If you've ever considered walking to school with your child, now's your chance! Join the Roy Cloud School community in celebrating International Walk to School Day on
    Wednesday, October 8th. If you live too far from your child's school to walk, you can still join in: Drive part of the distance, then park and walk the rest of the way! Walking to school is a way to promote health, identify safer routes for walking and improve air quality.

    Roy Cloud Oktoberfest


    First Annual Octoberfest on
    Oct 9th @ 5-8pm - please come support the 8th grade class of 2015 as we fundraise for our graduation activities. Click here for the flier.

    • Food by Flamin' Dogs: Bratwurst, hot dogs, sausages, hamburger, side salads and all the fixings (Vegetarian options will be available)

    • We will also have a pretzel stand, a bake sale and a make-your-own Sundae bar.

    • Activities for the kids: Face painting, Halloween Tattoo station, Glow-in-the-dark bracelets, coloring stations for the little ones, and more.

    • Tickets: Pre-sale tickets will be sold before and after school at the flagpole in the Red Oak parking lot, starting Monday, September 22nd til Friday Oct 3rd. They are $7 each or $25 for a family pack (4-5pp). (Tickets are strongly encouraged in advance, but walk-ins are welcome the night of the event.)

    Parents Needed


    Are you interested in finding out the plan for future construction on Roy Cloud's campus? There is a Town Hall Meeting on
    Thursday, Oct. 9th at 7:00pm at MIT. If you are interested on expressing your view for Roy Cloud's plans, please email at dhardester@rcsdk8.net.

    Roy Cloud After School Sports!


    Attention all 4th/5th and 6th Grade Hoopsters.....It's time to register for BASKETBALL! Registration forms are available in the office and also available online Redwood City Parks and Recreation -
    Online Registration. Please sign-up early to guarantee a spot! The deadline for 4th/5th and 6th Grade Boys & Girls teams is Thursday, October 16th. If you're interested in coaching, or have any questions, please contact Danielle Ryan at danitryan@yahoo.com. GO BOLTS!

    Also, come support our Roy Cloud Fall Sports Teams! Click here for a link to team schedules and come watch the games.

    Halloween Parade


    As you know, there is no school for students on October 31st this year. We will be having our Halloween parade on Thursday, October 30th in the morning, shortly after drop off. Because we have moved the parade to the beginning of the school day, we are asking that students come in their costumes this year. We will be sending out more details as next week. If you have specific questions about classroom activities, please ask your teachers.

    PTO News

    Have you seen me?


    2014-2015 Supporter Car Magnets are here!
    After you make your donation of any amount, we will be mailing you a magnet for your car, along with your thank you letter. Go ahead, be a hero and display your Roy Cloud magnet! It brings good karma and special superhero powers. :)


    You can donate via credit card or by check
    here. There is also a donation drop box and remittance envelopes in the school office. Our goal is 100% participation so that we can keep all of our wonderful programs at Roy Cloud. Not sure where your donation dollars go? Click here for more information. Still have more questions? Contact Amy Truesdale or Sarah Orton.


    Roy Cloud Talent Show


    GET YOUR TICKETS: THE TALENT SHOW IS COMING

    We have over 50 Roy Cloud Students getting ready to perform. Come and cheer them on...you'll be impressed by the amount of talent on our campus.

    Friday: October 17th 7pm in the MUB

    Tickets $5.00 per person in advance available starting Friday October 10th
    Tickets also available at the door, until we reach capacity!


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  • Newsletter 9-25-2014

    Posted by Dana Hardester at 9/25/2014

    Roy Cloud Weekly Cloud Burst

    Thunderbolt

    Thursday, September 25, 2014

    Dana Hardester, Principal,

    Sara Shackel, Assistant Principal

    “Developing a community of students empowered with knowledge and skills for the future.”

    Click here for a printable PDF of the September 25 Weekly Cloud Burst

    Dates to Remember

    9/22-9/26 - 5th Grade Outdoor Ed

    9/29 - Picture Day (K-4) & Talent Show Auditions

    9/30 - Picture Day (5-8)

    9/31 - School Site Council Meeting

    10/1 - Talent Show Auditions

    10/8 - International Walk to School Day

    10/9 - Roy Cloud Octoberfest

    11/24-11/25 - Parent / Teacher Conferences

    Message from the Principal

    Dear Parents, Hot Rod Nightz was a huge success! I have had many people stop me and tell me what a wonderful community building event it was. It was amazing to see how many families came to join us. I worked the popcorn machine and there was a steady line all night long.

    While so many of us had a wonderful time, it is important to note that the entire evening was organized by two ladies: Jeanie Jackson and Susan Rien. Thank you so much for taking the time to make such a memorable event for our school.

    -Dana Hardester

    Principal

    Safety Update

    As you know, we are evaluating our safety procedures as a follow-up to the situation that occurred last week. I want to share with you the student check out procedures that will be followed for future emergencies:

    • The student release team is headed by our office staff: Judy Venezia and Charlene VanderMartin.

    • Tables will be set up for student release near the gate at the Jefferson parking lot.

    • Student emergency cards will be brought out to the tables.

    • Parents, or any adult picking up your child, will be asked show ID and to initial the emergency card. (Please note that if the name of the adult is not on the emergency card, the student will not be able to be released.)

    • Team will radio for the student to come to the reunion area. Parent and student will be reunited at the reunion area on the blacktop.

    Student check-out procedures are only one small part of our school safety plan, which is developed by a committee and passed by the Site Council. If you are interested in serving on the safety committee that reviews and makes changes to the plan each year, please email me at dhardester@rcsdk8.net.

    School Announcements

    Roy Cloud Oktoberfest

    First Annual Octoberfest on Oct 9th @ 5-8pm - please come support the 8th grade class of 2015 as we fundraise for our graduation activities.

    • Food by Flamin Dogs: Bratwurst, hot dogs, sausages, hamburger, side salads and all the fixings (Vegetarian options will be available)

    • We will also have a pretzel stand, a bake sale and a make-your-own Sundae bar.

    • Activities for the kids: Face painting, Halloween Tattoo station, Glow-in-the-dark bracelets, coloring stations for the little ones, and more.

    • Tickets: Pre-sale tickets will be sold before and after school at the flagpole in the Red Oak parking lot, starting Monday, September 22nd till Friday, Oct 3rd. They are $7 each or $25 for a family pack (4-5pp). (Walks-Ins welcome the night of the event)

    This is a great way to show support to the families that have been supporting Roy Cloud for the last 9 years! Click here for the flier.

    Roy Cloud After School Sports!

    Attention all 4th/5th and 6th Grade Hoopsters. It's time to register for BASKETBALL! Registration forms are available in the office and also available online Redwood City Parks and Recreation - Online Registration. Please sign-up early to guarantee a spot! The deadline for 4th/5th and 6th Grade Boys & Girls teams is Thursday, October 16th. If you're interested in coaching, or have any questions, please contact Danielle Ryan at danitryan@yahoo.com. GO BOLTS!

    International Walk to School Day

    If you've ever considered walking to school with your child, now's your chance! Join the Roy Cloud School community in celebrating International Walk to School Day on Wednesday, October 8th. If you live too far from your child's school to walk, you can still join in: Drive part of the distance, then park and walk the rest of the way! Walking to school is a way to promote health, identify safer routes for walking and improve air quality.


    PTO News

    Roy Cloud Talent Show

    Directed by Maureen McVerry, supported by RC PTO & Student Leadership. Calling All Roy Cloud Students, grades K-8! Friday October 17th is your night to shine. The talent show is back and we need you!!! Singers, jugglers, comedians, dancers,

    musicians, gymnasts, martial arts experts, baton twirlers...whatever your talent, we want to see it. Do it on your own or gather your friends together and do a group gig! Just have fun; it's not a big time requirement.

    • Auditions: Mon 9/29 and Wed 10/1, 3-5 pm in the MUB. Sign up in the office to audition and come prepared to present your 2-3 minute performance. Bring backup music on a CD if needed. All those willing to participate will be cast in the show!

    • Coaching/Practice Available on Thurs 10/2, Tues Oct/7, & Wed 10/8

    • Show Run Thru: Wed 10/15: 3-5pm & Mandatory DRESS REHEARSAL Thurs 10/16: 2-5pm

    • SHOWTIME: Friday, 10/17, 7:00 pm Roy Cloud MUB

    Questions: contact Kathy Smith at kathydnp@sbcglobal.net

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  • Newsletter 9-18-2014

    Posted by Dana Hardester at 9/18/2014

    Roy Cloud Weekly Cloud Burst

    Thunder Bolt

    Thursday, September 18th, 2014

    Dana Hardester, Principal,

    Sara Shackel, Assistant Principal

    “Developing a community of students empowered with knowledge and skills for the future.”

     Dates to Remember

    9/18 - Hot Rod Nightz

    9/22-9/26 - 5th Grade Outdoor Ed

    9/29 - Picture Day (K-4)

    9/30 - Picture Day (5-8)

    9/31 - School Site Council Meeting

    10/9 - Roy Cloud Octoberfest

    11/24-11/25 - Parent / Teacher Conferences

    Message from the Principal

    Dear Parents, I would like to thank all the families that have been driving safely in our neighborhoods and walking to school. Roy Cloud is proud of our Walking School Bus. If you would like to find a route to join, please check out our school website for information.

    If you are coming to campus to volunteer, please remember to sign-in in the office. After you sign-in, you will be given a sticker or name tag to wear. This helps us to know who is supposed to be on campus and who is not.

    We are continuing to evaluate school safety procedures and will have more to report next week.

    Thanks,

    -Dana Hardester

    Principal

    School Announcements

    Roy Cloud Octoberfest

    Save the date!! Roy Cloud's Octoberfest is coming on Thursday, October 9th, 5 - 8pm on the Roy Cloud Campus.

    Important Dates for 8th Grade Families:

    Everest Applications Available for Class of 2019

    Oct 01, 9:00AM

    455 Fifth Avenue, Redwood City, CA

    Summit Prep Applications Available for Class of 2019

    Oct 01, 9:00AM

    890 Broadway Street, Redwood City, CA

    Summit Redwood City Open House

    Oct 01, 7:00PM

    890 Broadway Street, Redwood City, CA

    Samtrans Feedback for High School Parents

    Currently students in Emerald Hills/Farm Hill Estates do not have a safe way to get to their districted high school (Woodside High) unless they are driven in private cars. Samtrans does have a bus line (the 278) that runs down Farm Hill Boulevard and passes Woodside HS (Woodside Rd/Alameda), but it only runs on SATURDAY. The Sequoia Union District contact has suggested that people who might use this 278 bus if it ran on weekdays click on the link (http://www.samtrans.com/about/contact.html) for the SamTrans feedback form. On this form, people can ask that the 278 run on weekdays and mention the times of day that they would use this line.

    Opportunity about Mindset


    Parents, teachers, students, and staff are invited to hear Stanford Professor Carol Dweck, author of Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, talk about motivation and achievement.

    Stanford in Redwood City Speaker Series: MINDSET: THE NEW PSYCHOLOGY OF SUCCESS

    OCTOBER 16, 2014, 5:30 - 7 pm (doors open at 5; general seating)

    Carrington Hall, Sequoia High School, 1201 Brewster Ave, Redwood City

    Free and open to the community

    Professor Dweck is a leading researcher on motivation and achievement, particularly known for her book Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, focusing on why people succeed and how to foster success. She'll explain how, with the right mindset, you can motivate students, employees, peers, & children to reach their personal and professional goals. She has been featured in The New Yorker, Time, NPR, TheWall Street Journal, Good Morning America, and many other media outlets.

    More Information/RSVP: www.StanfordRedwoodCity.com

    Roy Cloud After School Sports!

    Attention !!!

    All 4th/5th and 6th Grade Hoopsters.....It's time to register for BASKETBALL! Registration forms are available in the office and also available online Redwood City Parks and Recreation - Online Registration. Please sign-up early to guarantee a spot! The deadline for 4th/5th and 6th Grade Boys & Girls teams is Thursday, October 16th. If you're interested in coaching, or have any questions, please contact Danielle Ryan at danitryan@yahoo.com. GO BOLTS!


    PTO News

    Hot Rod Nightz is tonight from 4-8pm!

    A good time is bound to be had by one and all. Come try to dunk one of the teachers or ASB students in the dunk tank, or maybe you will want to throw a pie at one of the teachers at Popeye's Pie in the Eye! There are many other fun booths to try your skills at like the Taz's Dime Toss, Daffy's Duck Pond, Wheel of Fortune and many more.  You will want to make sure you stop by to get your Hot Dog Meal (whether it be plain, chili or with sauerkraut), Nachos, Popcorn, Cotton Candy or try one of the Rootin Tootin Root-beer Floats....Yummy! Don't want to miss Betty Boops Bake Sale for a goodie after your meal or stock up on these home made treats for your students lunches. We also have a cupcake walk with the cupcakes made by Mrs Gaston, 6th grade teacher, Quilt walk with the Quilt made by our 1st grade teacher Ms Miller and our Sugar Cookie walk with Cookies in the shape of cars and Monster trucks. Raffle tickets will be on sale the night of the event for $1 and we have MANY exciting items up for raffle ie: restaurant gift cards, movie passes, toys, autographed Mark McGwire and Jeff Gordan plaques and much more. Volunteers still needed to run booths: Click here to sign up to help at Hot Rod Nightz


    Calling all Roy Cloud Superheroes! Thank you to the families who have already made their donation! We are on our way to making our $150K

    goal by December 31st. This year, our Direct Donations campaign is our only fall fundraiser! To streamline our fundraising, we have eliminated the gift wrap fundraiser. 100% of your tax-deductible direct donation goes right to our school! You can donate via credit card or by check here.

    There is also a donation drop box and remittance envelopes in the school office. Questions? Contact Amy Truesdale or Sarah Orton.


    Coming soon...2014-2015 Supporter Car Magnets! After you make your donation, we will be mailing you a magnet for your car, alo ng with your thank you letter. Go ahead, be a hero and display your Roy Cloud magnet! It brings good karma and special superhero powers. :)

     

     
     
     
     
     
    Roy Cloud Talent Show

    Directed by Maureen McVerry, supported by RC PTO & Student Leadership. Calling All Roy Cloud Students, grades K-8! Friday October

     17th is your night to shine. The talent show is back and we need you!!! Singers, jugglers, comedians, dancers, musicians, gymnasts, martial arts experts, baton twirlers...whatever your talent, we want to see it. Do it on your own or gather your friends together and do a group gig! Just have fun; it's not a big time requirement.

    • Auditions: Mon 9/29 and Wed 10/1, 3-5 pm in the MUB. Sign up in the office to audition and come prepared to present your 2-3 minute performance. Bring backup music on a CD if needed. All those willing to participate will be cast in the show!

    • Coaching/Practice Available on Thurs 10/2, Tues Oct/7, & Wed 10/8

    • Show Run Thru: Wed 10/15: 3-5pm & Mandatory DRESS REHEARSAL Thurs 10/16: 2-5pm

    • SHOWTIME: Friday, 10/17, 7:00 pm Roy Cloud MUB

    Questions: contact Kathy Smith at kathydnp@sbcglobal.net

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  • Newsletter 9-11-2014

    Posted by Dana Hardester at 9/11/2014

    Roy Cloud Weekly Cloud Burst

    thunder cloud

    Thursday, September 11th, 2014

    13th Anniversary of Patriots' Day

    Dana Hardester, Principal,

    Sara Shackel, Assistant Principal

    “Developing a community of students empowered with knowledge and skills for the future.”

    Dates to Remember

    9/11 - New Family Orient. 6pm in the Library

    9/12 - Spirit Day - 50's attire or Hot Rod Nightz Tshirt

    9/17 - PTO Mtg, 6:30pm

    9/18 - Hot Rod Nightz

    9/22-9/26 - 5th Grade Outdoor Ed

    9/29 - Picture Day (K-4)

    9/30 - Picture Day (5-8)

    9/31 - School Site Council Meeting

    Message from the Principal

    Dear Parents,

    We are working on building our community at Roy Cloud this year. One of the ways that we are doing this is by starting Morning Assemblies. We hold our morning assemble on Thursday mornings from 8:15-8:25 out on the blacktop. This is a time when the school comes together. Students from the leadership class tell us about upcoming events and other announcements, and some classes perform. Last week Mrs. Sloan's class sang "You're a Grand Old Flag" and this week Mrs. Fama's class will be recite "Books Fall Open" in honor of our wonderful Library opening! If you drop your student off at school, we hope that you will stay on Thursday mornings and be a part of our community at Morning Assemble.

    -Dana Hardester, Principal

    School Announcements

    Important Dates for 8th Grade Families:

    Everest Applications Available for Class of 2019

    Oct 01, 9:00AM

    455 Fifth Avenue, Redwood City, CA

    Summit Prep Applications Available for Class of 2019

    Oct 01, 9:00AM

    890 Broadway Street, Redwood City, CA

    Summit Redwood City Open House

    Oct 01, 7:00PM

    890 Broadway Street, Redwood City, CA

    Opportunity about Mindset

    Parents, teachers, students, and staff are invited to hear Stanford Professor Carol Dweck, author of Mindset: The New Psychology of Su

    ccess, talk about motivation and achievement.

    Stanford in Redwood City Speaker Series: MINDSET: THE NEW PSYCHOLOGY OF SUCCESS

    OCTOBER 16, 2014, 5:30 - 7 pm (doors open at 5; general seating)

    Carrington Hall, Sequoia High School, 1201 Brewster Ave, Redwood City

    Free and open to the community

    -Professor Dweck is a leading researcher on motivation and achievement, particularly known for her book Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, focusing on why people succeed and how to foster success. She'll explain how, with the right mindset, you can motivate students, employees, peers, & children to reach their personal and professional goals. She has been featured in The New Yorker, Time, NPR, TheWall Street Journal, Good Morning America, and many other media outlets. More Information/RSVP: www.StanfordRedwoodCity.com

    PTO News

    Hot Rod Nightz

    Mark your calendars, Hot Rod Nightz is coming to Roy Cloud campus on Thursday, Sept 18th 4-8pm. A good time is bound to be had by one and all. Come try to dunk one of the teachers or ASB students in the dunk tank, or maybe you will want to throw a pie at one of the teachers at Popeye's Pie in the Eye! There are many other fun booths to try your skills at like the Taz's Dime Toss, Daffy's Duck Pond, Wheel of Fortune and many more. You will want to make sure you stop by to get your Hot Dog Meal (whether it be plain, chili or with sauerkraut), Nachos, Popcorn, Cotton Candy or try one of the Rootin Tootin Root-beer Floats....Yummy! Don't want to miss Betty Boops Bake Sale for a goodie after your meal or stock up on these home made treats for your students lunches. We also have a cupcake walk with the cupcakes made by Mrs Gaston, 6th grade teacher, Quilt walk with the Quilt made by our 1st grade teacher Ms Miller and our Sugar Cookie walk with Cookies in the shape of cars and Monster trucks. Raffle tickets will be on sale the night of the event for $1 and we have MANY exciting items up for raffle ie: restaurant gift cards, movie passes, toys, autographed Mark McGwire and Jeff Gordan plaques and much more. If you would like to have your classic car entered to show, please turn in your entry form to the office, the cars will start to load in at 2pm. Click here to sign up to help at Hot Rod Nightz

    Spirit Day for Hot Rod Nightz

    Wear 50's attire or your Hot Rod Nightz T-shirt on Friday. Win the Shockzilla Award! The class with the most participation wins the Shockzilla for the school year AND a popsicle party in the class. Make your teacher proud!

    Roy Cloud Dad's Club

    Hey Dads - if you are looking for a fun, low-commitment way to get involved at Roy Cloud, consider the Roy Cloud Dad's Club. We meet monthly to socialize, and also put on the annual "Field of Dreams", Science Night and generally help out in a variety of ways around the school. 


    Calling all Roy Cloud Superheroes!
    Our kick-off meeting is on Tuesday, September 16th at the Canyon Inn and begins at 7:30 (feel free to come early to meet folks). Also, join the newsletter by e-mailing: signup@royclouddadsclub.org

    Please consider making a back-to-school donation

     to help fund all of the wonderful PTO sponsored Roy Cloud programs! Click here to donate online now. (You don't have to create an account to donate - Dojiggy only creates accounts for donors who are submitting recurring donations via credit card).There are also donation envelopes and a drop box in the school office. All gifts are tax deductible. Questions? Please contact Amy Truesdale or Sarah Orton.


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  • Newsletter 9-4-2014

    Posted by Dana Hardester at 9/4/2014

    Roy Cloud Weekly Cloud Burst

    Cloud Burst

    Thursday, September 4th, 2014

    Dana Hardester, Principal,

    Sara Shackel, Assistant Principal

    “Developing a community of students empowered with knowledge and skills for the future.”

     

    Dates to Remember

    9/4- Reg. deadline for After School Sports

    9/8 - PE+ begins

    9/11 - New Family Orient.

    9/17 - PTO Mtg, 6:30pm

    9/18 - Hot Rod Nightz

    9/22-9/26 - 5th Grade Outdoor Ed

    9/29 - Picture Day (K-4)

    9/30 - Picture Day (5-8)

    9/31 - School Site Council Meeting

    Message from the Principal

    Dear Parents,

    September is Attendance Awareness Month.

    One of the best ways to help your child succeed in school is to build the habit of good attendance. School success goes hand in hand with good attendance. Attending school regularly helps children feel better about school and themselves. Good attendance will help children do well in high school, college, and at work.

    Here are some things that you can do to help your child develop good attendance habits:

    ·Set a regular bedtime and morning routine.

    ·Lay out clothes and pack backpacks the night before.

    ·Don't let your child stay home unless they are truly sick.

    ·Avoid medical appointments and extended trips when school is in session. If an extended trip is unavoidable, please ask the office about the possibility of an independent study.

    Dana Hardester

    Principal

    School Announcements

    Drop off/Pick Up Procedures

    Here are Roy Cloud's parking lot rules. We hope that everyone follows these rules, so that drop-off and pick-ups are both faster and safer for our Roy Cloud community.

    1. No parking in the red curb zones. No stopping and leaving your car, even for a minute!

    2. Pull up as far as you can, so we can have a smooth and quick transition for our cars during drop-off or pick-up.

    3. Do NOT park in the staff parking lot spaces. These spots are designated for our teachers and staff. They are marked with STAFF across the front of the space.

    4. Look out for pedestrians. Be cautious as you drove through the parking lots.  Students, teachers and staff may be walking onto campus.

    5. During pick-up, if your child is not at the loading area, you need to circle around again - no stopping or waiting!

    Show your Roy Cloud Spirit!

    Wear the Blue & Gold and become a Thunderbolt! Roy Cloud has many after-school sports teams available for 4th-8th grades! Redwood City After School Sports Program is a school-based program offered by Redwood City Parks & Recreation. Fall Sports include: Flag Football, Volleyball, Cross Country, Street Hockey, Tennis, Paddling, Wrestling & Golf! For a full schedule of activities, more information & registration go to www.teamsideline.com/redwoodcity or contact Danielle Ryan, danitryan@yahoo.com. Registration forms are in the Roy Cloud Office, available online www.teamsideline.com/redwoodcity and at the Red Morton Community Center. Deadline for registration is today, September 4th so please sign-up today! GO THUNDERBOLTS!

    A Note From Mr. Bone-Rundle

    I an offering music as an enrichment for Grades 6-8 this year. I am looking for donations of musical instruments - guitars, mandolins, ukuleles, banjos, and hand percussion mainly, but am also open to keyboards and world-folk instruments (eg. didgeridoos). Please contact me at kbonerundle@rcsdk8.net.

    A Message from the Cafeteria

    If your student eats school meals and does not qualify for free meals then please prepay for your students meals at ezschoolpay.com or by check. If your students meal account reaches negative $7.50, as a courtesy your student may be given an alternative lunch of cereal, milk, fruit and a vegetable.

    PTO News

    Hot Rod Nightz

    Hold the date! Hot Rod Nights are coming on Thursday September 18th, 4-8pm at the Roy Cloud Campus.

    Have you wanted to get involved in what is happening at Roy Cloud?

    Please consider the following opportunities:

    • Auction- Our chairperson needs volunteers to take on individual tasks for the auction. This fun event is one of our largest fundraisers for the school, and a true community builder. Planning is starting now.

    • Garden Coordinator- If you have a green thumb, please consider coordination of classrooms and maintenance of our garden located behind the MUB.

    Please get involved! Contact Tammy Cattarin at tammycattarin@gmail.com if you can help.

    Did You Know......

    ...that Roy Cloud PTO has provided Roy Cloud with a full time counselor - Ms. Julie Stringfield? Ms. Stringfield meets with and supports students in all grades at Roy Cloud. This year, she will also be teaching a middle school elective course.

    Calling all Roy Cloud Superheroes!

    Please consider making a back-to-school donation to help fund all of the wonderful PTO sponsored Roy Cloud programs! Click here to read about these programs and where your donation goes. The direct donations campaign is one of our largest fundraisers, and we are looking for 100% participation! Please give what you can, while keeping in mind the suggested "fair share" donation of $500 per student. Click here to donate online now. There are also donation envelopes and a drop box in the school office. All gifts are tax deductible. Questions? Please contact Amy Truesdale or Sarah Orton.


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  • Newsletter 8-28-2014

    Posted by Dana Hardester at 8/28/2014

    Roy Cloud Weekly Cloud Burst

    Cloud Burst

    Thursday, August 28th, 2014

    Dana Hardester, Principal,

    Sara Shackel, Assistant Principal

    “Developing a community of students empowered with knowledge and skills for the future.”

     
     

    Dates to Remember

    9/1 - No School (Holiday)

    9/3 - Minimum Day

    9/3 - Back to School Night

    9/11 - New Family Orientation

    9/17 - PTO Mtg, 6:30pm

    9/18 - Hot Rod Nightz

    9/29 - Picture Day (K-4)

    9/30 - Picture Day (5-8)

    Message from the Principal

    Dear Parents,

    Happy New Year!

    What a wonderful opening we had this year! I would like to thank the PTO for hosting the Welcome Back Coffee on Monday. It was wonderful to see all the families that were able to come in and mingle. I would also like to thank all of the families that were here caring for your planter barrels. Your hard work paid off...our campus looks amazing!

    This year we had our Kindergarten Coffee Tuesday morning. I would like to thank all the Roy Cloud parents that came to help welcome and answer questions for our new families. I would also like to thank Kim Yuen for coordinating all of the Kindergarten play dates that were held this summer.

    If you are a new family to Roy Cloud, I would like to invite you to the New Family Orientation. This will be held on Thursday, September 11th at 6:00 p.m. in the Library. This will just be an informal time to meet other new families, ask questions, and learn about our school. We are so excited that you are here.

    -Dana Hardester, Principal

    School Announcements

    Kiddie Valet Up & Running

    If you drop your student off in the Red Oak parking lot you have already experienced our Kiddie Valet Service! All parents need to do is drive up to the curb and the Valets will open the door for students, greet them with a "Good Morning", and assist them with getting their backpack out. Thank you to all the 5th grade valets for applying and coming to training during your summer vacation. Your service helps the traffic flow and helps you school be a safe place.

    A Note From Mr. Bone-Rundle

    I an offering music as an enrichment for Grades 6-8 this year. I am looking for donations of musical instruments - guitars, mandolins, ukuleles, banjos, and hand percussion mainly, but am also open to keyboards and world-folk instruments (eg. didgeridoos). Please contact me at kbonerundle@rcsdk8.net.

    Family Waiting Area

    Connecting with other families is an important part of the Roy Cloud Community. We would like to encourage all families to take advantage of our "Family Waiting Area". This is located next to the MUB. There are tables and shaded benches for you to sit. It is located next to the play structure. Your children are welcome to use the play structure as long as you are supervising them.

    Quiet Corridor

    Our central corridor is a quiet corridor. We would encourage you to walk on the blacktop or along the walkway next to the two-stories building and office as you are leaving campus.

    Back to School Night

    Back to School Night is Wednesday, September 3rd. Please join us in the MUB at 6:00pm.

    Early Dismissal next Wednesday & Thursday

    Both Wednesday (9/3) and Thursday (9/4) will be early dismissals. All grades will get out of school at 1:30 on these days.

    PTO News

    Hot Rod Nightz

    Hold the date! Hot Rod Nights are coming on Thursday September 18th, 4-8pm at the Roy Cloud Campus.


    Have you wanted to get involved in what is happening at Roy Cloud? Please consider the following opportunities:



    VP Communications- This position meets each Friday afternoon during school with the PTO President and Treasurer and the Principal and Vice Principal to discuss PTO events. The position may also sign checks and will attend the board meetings one evening per month.

    Eblasts- Are you good with a computer? This position can be done from home and is responsible for emailing the weekly newsletters and special announcements to the Roy Cloud community.

    Auction- Our chairperson needs volunteers to take on individual tasks for the auction. This fun event is one of our largest fundraiser a for the school and a true community builder. Planning is starting now.

    Garden Coordinator- If you have a green thumb, please consider coordination of classrooms and maintenance of our garden located behind the MUB. Please get involved! Contact Tammy Cattarin at tammycattarin@gmail.com if you can help.

    Reminder about Auction Winner Parking Spots

    At Roy Cloud we have two special parking spots, one at the Jefferson lot and one in the Red Oak lot, that are reserved for the highest bidders at our annual auction. These parking spots auctioned off each year and the winners get their own spot for one full year. Please do not park in these spots, not even for a quick minute, as these are reserved for our winners. Thank you for your support! You can bid on these spots at our next auction on February 21st!

    Calling all Roy Cloud Superheroes!

    Please consider making a back-to-school donation to help fund all of the wonderful PTO sponsored Roy Cloud programs! Click here to read about these programs and where your donation goes. The direct donations campaign is one of our largest fundraisers, and we are looking for 100% participation! Please give what you can, while keeping in mind the suggested "fair share" donation of $500 per student. Click here to donate online now. There are also donation envelopes and a drop box in the school office. All gifts are tax deductible. Questions? Please contact Amy Truesdale or Sarah Orton.



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