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Panther Paws: News and Notes
Posted by: Therese LaLonde Published: 12/18/17

Calendar of Events


Monday 12/18

7th and 8th Grade Girls Volleyball practice - 7th at 3:30 - 4:30; 8th at 4:30 - 5:30 pm.

Monday Math meets at 3:30 

Elective forms sent home today.


Tuesday 12/19

7th Grade Girls Volleyball game at Cali Calmecac at 4:15

8th Grade Girls Volleyball fame at Cali Calmecac at 5:15 


Wednesday 12/20

7th and 8th Grade Boys Basketball practice from 2:30 - 3:30


Thursday 12/21

7th Grade Girls Volleyball practice from 3:30 - 4:30

8th Grade Girls Volleyball practice from 4:30 - 5:30



Elective Forms Due

Spirit Day! Pajama and/or Ugly Sweater Day!


Yearbook News!

Yearbook staffers are looking for a few things from you.


1. Favorite family recipes with pictures.


2. Are you a trendsetter in any way? We want to know if you are an upcoming videographer or if you have a stellar YouTube or Instagram account, or if you are an entrepreneur or are you compassionate and kind and you volunteer for an awesome organization! 


Email Ms. LaLonde at or tell a student



The Middle Years - Working Together for School Success


Appreciate Art

Visit and art museum or gallery over winter break for educational fun. Encourage your tween to read the descriptions of the exhibits. He'll learn about artists and their techniques. He may even want to try his hands at some artwork when you get home. Note: Check for free admission days or holiday coupons.


Excited About Tweens

It's normal to feel a bit sad as your middle grader grows up. But it helps to remember that you have a lot to look forward to. You may discover mutual interests and enjoy discussing various topics as her opinions develop. Plus, you get to witness the excitement of her first school dance, volleyball game or other milestone events. 


Worth Quoting

"A hunch is creativity trying to tell you something." Frank Capra