International Night is just around the corner, on Friday, May 15, from 4:30 – 8:00 pm, on the Kindergarten Playground and Lawn!
Please join us for cultural booths with hands-on activities from around the world, the delicious international pot luck buffet (don’t forget to bring a dish to share-we can’t do this part without you! Sign up at goo.gl/tymrqx) and delightful entertainment from our own Nixon community. We anticipate this year’s event will be every bit as exciting as last year’s, so please come!
We need Volunteers for tasks of all sizes! Please sign up at http://goo.gl/UNJWkE . If you can dedicate some time in the afternoon of the 15th, or two or more hours in the evening, please email Rachel directly at email@example.com . Let’s make it happen together! Thank you!
Come celebrate Cinco de Mayo with fellow Nixon families, elect our new PTA leaders and hear Lori Krolik, professional organizer and owner of “More Time For You”, share solutions to help you find more time in your day by creating a more organized and functional home. Be sure to RSVP.
Tuesday May 5th, from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
5:30-6:30 pm: Taco bar outside at Champion’s (the field outside of the CCLC building)
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm: PTA Election (10 minutes) followed by guest speaker presentation (50 minutes) at the Nixon Theater. Child care available at the CCLC building during the presentation.
Friday, April 24, 5:30-7:30PM
Nixon Family Science Night is THIS Friday! Plan to come and be impressed by Nixon students’ projects and science stations from other exhibitors. Family Science Night is a time to share and celebrate science with family and friends.
- Science Projects by Our Very Own Nixon Students
- Gunn Science Alliance and Robotics Team
- Stanford GeoKids
- The Museum of American Heritage
- 5th Grade Pizza and Bake Sale
- T-shirt Sale
If you have a poster, bring your FINISHED PROJECT to the THEATER on FRIDAY MORNING (before school) of Family Science Night.
Sharing Your Project on Family Science Night
All Science Night participants are invited to stand by their projects during the time slot below and share their work with a Nixon Science Night Mentor (Nixon parent volunteers). Mentors will go to students’ posters, talk to students about their work, and then attach ribbons to students’ project boards.
Before and after talking to Science Night mentors, students are encouraged to share their posters with everyone in the Nixon community throughout the evening and to enjoy all of the other activities at the event!
5:30–6:00PM Kinder – 2nd Grade Poster Sharing
6:00-6:40PM 3rd – 5th Grade Poster Sharing
See this PDF File for more details.
Kinder-1st Science Night Guidebook
2nd-5th Grade Science Night Guidebook
Hope to see you there! If you have questions, please contact Gloria Chaw, firstname.lastname@example.org or Jeanne Tsai, email@example.com
Calling all 3rd – 5th graders!
Until April 30th, grow your brain and challenge yourself.
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