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1 Live Oaks School C o nnect io ns October 28, 2016 Volume , Issue 9 News You Can Use In this issue: News You Can Use I-II LOS Trunk or Treat Winners! III-IV Reminder: Board of Education Food Policy NO FOOD is to be brought into school. This includes classroom projects and parties. NO goodie bags can be sent home with students. There will be no exceptions to this policy. From the student handbook: The provision for all classroom lessons in art, home economics, mathematics and other subjects that use food for instructional purposes to not knowingly include offending foods when an allergic student is present School nurses will not attempt to determine whether foods brought to school are safe for an allergic child to consume. Halloween Parade! Monday, October 31, 2016, 1:00 pm and take place outside. Plan to arrive early. (In the event of inclement weather, the parade will be held indoors for staff and students only.) We will host a Halloween Parade where all students can wear costumes and march to show them off. Please note: Only room parents and helpers invited by teachers are allowed into the building after the parade and must sign in with our greeter. We ask that children bring their costumes to school in a bag and be sure that costumes are easy to get into and out of on their own. No full face masks or face make up. Also please leave any little accessories or weapons (i.e. swords, shields..etc.) at home for your night time Halloween festivities. We ask that costumes please do not portray violent or graphic images. *Students will not be allowed to wear these costumes during the parade. LOS Spirit Wear Order Form Live Oaks Veterans Day Letter & Materials Law Cheerleading Clinic Important Dates: Monday, October 31st: LOS Halloween Parade, 1 pm Wednesday, November 2nd: LOS Community Food Drive begins! Tuesday, November 8th: No School, Election Day Friday, November 11th: Veterans Day Assembly Thursday, November 17th: LOS PTA Meeting, 7 pm, Media Center (Note the change of date), Child Care will be provided by Jonathan Law Cheerleaders Live Oaks School 575 Merwin Avenue Milford, CT (203) V VI-IX X WE ARE.LIVE OAKS! Rose Marzinotto Principal Bonnie Etense Teacher Leader

2 Students from University of New Haven volunteer after school with LOS Makerspace students! II

3 1st Place Trunk Glenn & Ayden Augustine Haunted House 2nd Place Trunk Suzanne & Katelyn Vitaletti Candy Land 3rd Place Trunk Kim & Sienna Mannino Haunted House

4 Thank you to everyone who participated with a trunk, donated candy, time, or treats!!

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6 LIVE OAKS SCHOOL 575 Merwin Avenue Milford, CT Dearest Colleagues and Families, Today there is, and perhaps there always will be, conflict in the world. But fortunately, the United States enjoys peace and freedom. Like other things of great value, this security does not come cheaply. Part of the cost has been paid by Americans who answered the call to military duty when their country needed them. They have served in nearly a dozen wars, from the American Revolution to the conflict in Afghanistan, earning the special distinction "veteran." Another part of freedom s cost must continue to be paid long after the guns have been silenced. This debt is owed to America's veterans who gave the ultimate sacrifice. Let us continue to help those veterans and their families with the greatest possible compassion. At the very least, we can best pay tribute this day by recognizing what they have achieved and joining them in their resolve to keep America strong and free. On the 11 th of November, we pay tribute to perhaps the greatest Americans. We recognize this day with patriotic spirit and reverence. We honor veterans. Our intent is to ensure that all Milford students understand, appreciate and celebrate the holiday alongside those most deserving. Our underlying goal is to remember, respect and honor those who have and continue to proudly serve our country, ensure our freedoms and preserve our liberties. Thank you in advance, Celine Sandor Celine Sandor Teacher, Grade 5 Live Oaks School

7 Live Oaks School Honors our Veterans Veterans Day is a very important occasion at Live Oaks School. We would like to honor representatives from the various military branches of the armed services by inviting them to join our students and staff at an assembly honoring all of the veterans who have protected our freedom over the decades. An assembly will be held on Friday, November 11 th beginning at 9 a.m. recognizing and honoring these brave men and women. If you or your family knows of a veteran or veterans willing to attend, please share this invitation with him or her. The veterans will also have the opportunity to speak personally with the students in one or more of our classrooms. The Live Oaks School community will be honored to provide a special breakfast for each veteran who attends in gratitude for their military service. Please print the following information clearly Name of Veteran: Phone: Branch of Service: Number of years served: Name of child/grandchild/friend: Grade/Teacher: If the veteran would care to share any appropriate stories or memorabilia with children, please use the lines below to explain or describe. I would be happy to attend the assembly on November 11 th at 9 a.m. I would be happy to attend the breakfast at 8:00 a.m. I would be happy to briefly talk and/or share memorabilia between 9:45-10:15 a.m. Please return this completed form to Miss Sandor, Room 20 by Monday, November 7th.

8 Dear Live Oaks Families, In celebration of Veterans Day, we will be honoring those people in our lives who may have served or are actively serving as members of the armed forces. This is an excellent opportunity to have a conversation with your child about any family members, friends, or neighbors who have served in the U.S. military. Please assist your child in choosing a veteran to honor and help your child to write a brief summary of that veteran s service to share here at school. We will be creating a Wall of Honor at Live Oaks School in time for our school-wide Veterans Day celebration on Friday, November 11 th. Please send stars to school for collection to room 20. See below for a sample service summary. We understand that such detail may not be available to everyone. Do your best and be sure to draw or paste a picture of the veteran being honored inside the star. Here is a sample: Jordan Christopher Pierson Corporal, United States Marine Corps Milford s own - We remember Twenty-one year old Jordan Pierson was a Marine Corporal. He graduated from Foran High School in 2003 and put off attending the University of CT so he could serve his country. He lost his life during an attack in Iraq near the city of Fallujah while on patrol. He was a leader and earned a Purple Heart after he and another serviceman were hit with shrapnel. We honor his memory. Honored by: Ana Calder. In the tradition of the Blue Star Banner, the centered star should be colored blue, leaving a white background for your child s writing. Inside the blue star you can place a picture or illustration of the veteran being honored. Thank you for making this an excellent opportunity to honor our veterans in a meaningful learning experience for the children of Live Oaks School! Thank you! Celine Sandor Live Oaks Staff

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10 Jonathan Law Cheerleading Youth Cheer Clinic Learn the basics of cheerleading or perfect your skills with this hands on clinic taught by the Jonathan Law High School Cheerleading Coaches and Cheerleaders. All proceeds will benefit the Law Cheer program. Who: When : Where: Kindergarten to 8th grade students (8th graders will have an opportunity to work closely with the team captains and coaches to learn how to prepare for high school tryouts.) Saturday, November 19th, 9:00 am Registration 2:15 pm Performance for Families Jonathan Law High School, Old Gym Preregister: $ 30 per participant. Price includes a T-shirt & pizza lunch when registered by Friday, November 11th. Late & Day of Registrations: $35 per participant. Pizza lunch. T-shirts available while supplies last. Contact: Coach Bonnie Etense, Jonathan Law Cheerleading Clinic Please complete and return with cash or check made out to Law Cheer to your school s main office by Friday, November 11th to ensure t-shirt order. Participant Name School Grade Age Parent/Guardian: Phone #: Parent T-shirt Size YM AS AM AL (Late registration does not guarantee a shirt!) Health or medical concerns that may impact participation: If allergies are a concern, please kindly send your child with a safe lunch and be sure to share concerns at registration. Thank you for supporting Jonathan Law Cheerleading!

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