Walk to School day, Old Cell Phone recycling, Sibling Photo Day

19 Apr

Dear Summit Heights Families,

This is a friendly reminder of a few items:

Tomorrow (Friday, April 20th) is our Spring Walk to School day!  Organized by the ECO team, help our Earth by leaving your cars at home and walking to school with your children. Make sure your children bring a mug and join the Eco team at the back of the school to get some apple or orange juice. Don’t be late or you may miss out on a special surprise!  We encourage parents, families and caregivers to wait on our playground until all the students have entered the school in the morning on Friday April 20th!

Summit Heights is also participating in the Recycle my Cell program to help keep cell phones out of landfills. During Earth month in April, the Eco Team will be collecting old or broken cell phones and their accessories. At the end of the month, they will be sent to a company named Greentec who will either fix and resell them or recycle their metal and plastic parts. You may place old or broken cell phones and their accessories in the box just outside the office until April 27!

Thank you Mrs. Marchiori and Mrs. Eisen for the items above!

Don’t forget that tomorrow is also the Sibling Photo day.  Edge Imaging will be at our school on Friday, April  20th to take photos of all SHPS siblings for our school yearbook.  All students who have a sibling at SHPS will be asked to pose for a photo.  Families with students who fall under this category are under no obligation to purchase a photo or package of photos/materials from Edge Image, however if you would like to order such materials, please fill out the flyer that was sent home earlier.  Likewise, any parents who want their child to take an individual photo with Edge Image are welcome to, and can indicate such by returning the completed flyer.

Thanks for reading, hope to see you tomorrow morning on our school yard!

B. Mah,

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