Pacific Crest Weekly Bulletin May 31st, 2018

Flowers for the 8th grade graduation
It is tradition at Pacific Crest to use a bounty of fresh, beautiful flowers to decorate for the 8th grade graduation ceremony. If you have a garden, or some other source of fresh flowers we would love your help. We will also need some long vines to create the giant garland that frames the stage. You can sign up by the front door or just bring them to the Middle School next Friday morning, June 8th.

Wet Concrete!
Friday, June 1st, 1:00 PM

All four corners of our garden intersection (Bright and 6th) will be filled with concrete and carefully worked by expert folks. Please help your children find a safe path with you as you enter and exit.

Recognition Ceremony
Friday, June 1st, 10:30am

Our whole school ceremony recognizes those students who are moving into first grade, 6th grade & on to High School. Weather the student will be attending PCS in the fall or moving on to a new school, if they are moving into those grades, they will participate and you are invited to our whole school celebration.

Garden Work Party
Saturday, June 2nd, 9-11am

All hands on deck! It is the final Garden Work Party for the current school year. Come join us for weeding, watering and plant maintenance. We need about 10 volunteers to make this work quick! Tasty treats and coffee will be provided. We look forward to seeing you there!

Middle School Literary Night: INK OUT LOUD
Sunday, June 3rd, 5-6:30pm

Middle School families are invited to listen as Middle School students read their original writing and enjoy snacks and refreshments!

Before/Aftercare Ice Cream Social
Tuesday, June 5th, 4-5pm

If you use before and aftercare, come celebrate a great year and say thank you to our wonderful AfterCare team.

All School Picnic at Woodland Park shelter 6
Tuesday, June 12th, 5:30-7:00

Join us for our annual end-of-year potluck picnic. Look for a flyer next week with a map and potluck dish assignment.

Noon Dismissal Last Day of School! & Parent volunteer opportunity
Wednesday, June 13th

This is also our Field day! On the last day of school all students and teachers go up to Ross Park for lawn games, face painting, and a hokey pokey performance by the 8th graders! Parent coordinators will be reaching out for volunteers to help clean classrooms all morning while all the children are at the park.

Primary Summer Program begins
Monday, June 18th