The Elementary Student Council entered the Northeast Nebraska Youth Philanthropy Contest. They were seeking funding to provide children's books to Winside's Lil Cats Daycare, Wayne's Haven House, and Norfolk's Bright Horizons.
We'd like to invite your students to a FREE fun-filled afternoon of singing at Wayne State College on Saturday, February 25 from 1-4 PM. Feel free to email the invitation pasted below to your elementary parents and/or print the attached flier to send home with your students. If you're not able to make copies, please let me know and I'd be happy to mail you as many fliers as you need. We know how busy you are, but you are certainly invited to attend as well!
Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you for the wonderful work you do each day to enrich the lives of our young people with music!
You are invited!!
Wayne State College
i singing day
Saturday, February 25, 2017
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
FREE to all area elementary students!
No registration is necessary. Just come and enjoy an afternoon of music!
YOUR CHILD WILL:
· Experience fun music activities led by WSC music education majors
· Learn a new song and perform in the final concert with outstanding area youth choirs
1 PM - Meet the Choirs
· Siouxland Youth Choir, Dr. Shirley Neugebauer-Luebke, conductor
· Pender Children's Choir, Brandi Kolbeck, conductor
· Seward Area Youth Choir, Julia Marble, conductor
· West Point Youth Choir, Tabby Vogt, conductor
· Wayne State College Choirs, Matthew Armstrong, conductor
1:10 PM - Sing with the Choirs
· Area elementary students learn a new song with the youth choirs
1:40 PM - Music Activity Stations with WSC music education majors
· Performance venue opens to public (Admission $5 Adults, Youth 12 and under free)
· Area elementary students escorted to reserved seats in performance venue
3:00 PM CONCERT
· *The concert will conclude with a combined piece including all choirs and the guest children!
For more information, please contact Matthew Armstrong: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to all of the students and their families for their generous support given to the American Heart Association.
The students donated a total of $1,458.03 during the Jump Rope for Heart event.
This was over $400 more than last year’s donations!
What a great contribution to a fantastic cause.
It's a GREAT day to be a WILDCAT!
In an effort to make our students more comfortable at school we have added a permit to provide medication at school. This will allow a certified medication staff member to provide the listed medications to students when they need them. If you would like your child to be provided these medications when they have a minor ailment please fill out the form provided and return it to school.
It's a HEALTHY day to be a WILDCAT!