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Calling All Books!

Calling All Library Books!

It’s that time of the year when every library book must be returned. ALL books are due by Friday morning, May 31st at the very latest. Any lost or damaged books must be paid for with cash or check ASAP so that I can buy replacements. Report cards will be held at the front office for any account that is not 100% cleared. Thanks so much for your help with this, parents, it’s so appreciated!
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Keep your child enthralled each summer with more than 50 exciting and unique offerings from High Point Summer Camp! The Summer Camp for grades 1-8 (Extended Care available) boasts classes in musical theater performance, computer-game programming and so much more: Children can “time-travel” through history; explore science, technology and the wilderness; become published authors; ace their study or sports skills; even learn to be a chef! High Point Academy’s warm and nurturing environment has “awakened the joy of learning” for more than 50 years. Your child will make new friends while spending a memorable summer immersed in stimulating exploration!

Summer camp is 5 weeks, and is held Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. - 2:50 p.m. with the exception of Fourth of July when there is no camp for the holiday. Extended care is available until 6:00 p.m. each Monday-Friday when camp is held.
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Head of School May 17, POKEMON DAY

Hannalee T. (1st), our Head of School for the day, would like to make her day of Head of school be “Pokemon Day”, so everyone dress up as Pokemon characters, or yellow and red color with Pokemon related theme
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Join Cub Scouts Pack 357

After a rain out this weekend, Pack 357 cordially invites any interested 1st-5th graders to join us for a NERF battle Monday, May 27th! Please see flyer for details. We’re looking for fun-loving boys & girls grades 1st through 5th! Click for informational PDF.
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Author Visit Cynthia Kadohata (5-8)

Book order forms are due next Monday 4/29. Award-winning author, Cynthia Kadohata will be visiting High Point on May 8th. The event consists of a presentation about her new book, "A Place to Belong", and her Japanese heritage, followed by a book signing. Please complete this pre-order form—including payment—if you wish to receive a personalized and autographed copy of one of Ms. Kadohata’s books. Return form to teacher by April 29th.
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Preliminary 2019-2020 School Calendar

Following are important dates for the 2019-2020 academic year: start of school, major vacation dates, and the last day of school. Please note that the school year will begin prior to Labor Day weekend. We hope that these dates will be helpful to you in planning your family vacations and other important activities. As always, more detailed information will be posted on our online calendar as that information becomes available.
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