Help Carriel’s Parent Teachers Organization by collecting and turning in Box Tops for Education.
Each Box Top that that we collect is worth 10 cents and Carriel students usually bring in about 10,000 box tops per year – that is $1000 to spend on great things like the Cougar Carnival.
The first deadline is Thursday, Sept. 1. The next deadline is Sept. 8.
With recent flooding in the Baton Rouge area,thousands of young people have lost everything, both at home and at school.
Carriel is now looking to be part of bringing some sense of normalcy to affected fellow students by sending donations of new or gently used school supplies.
If you would like to be involved without donating supplies, feel free to make a card or write a letter or support. Those make a huge difference as well! Collections will continue until Thursday, Sept. 1.
Parents who have a Carriel child who is interested in attending the Washington D.C. trip, are encouraged to attend a Sept. 21 informational meeting.
During the meeting, the trip features, cost, fundraising, and expectations will be discussed. The meeting starts at 6:30 p.m.
A Comic Book Club will begin meeting soon at Fulton Junior High School.
A Comic Book Club is a group that will meet once a week during lunch hour. It will be a great place to meet other students that like the same things you do.
Students get to play a variety of board games and card games and discuss fun topics like super heroes, Pokemon and Minecraft.
Students must sign up to be able to attend. Those that sign up will receive an invitation with details from their advisory teacher.
Students who are interesting in attending Comic Book Club, must sign up in the office by Friday, Sept. 2.
The 2016 O’Fallon Township High School yearbooks have arrived. The school will be distributing from 7:15- 7:40 a.m. and again from 3-4 p.m. from the Smiley Campus Snack Bar.
Parents of 2016 graduates can sign out their students yearbook from the Smiley Campus Security Desk during the hours from 8 a.m.- 2:45 p.m. on school days.
Each year District 90 provides opportunities for family members to volunteer within their child’s school.
Before volunteering, each person must attend a one time training session. Parents interested in volunteering in the library will be required to complete an additional one-time training session.
All trainings are scheduled to take place at Marie Schaefer School.
New parents interested in volunteering need to pick up a volunteer application in their student’s respective office. Volunteer trainings will be at Marie Schaefer School in the computer lab. Training begins promptly at 5:30 p.m. and is completed by 6 p.m. Training sessions will be held Sept. 20, Oct. 18, Nov. 15, Dec. 20, Jan. 17, Feb. 21 and March 21.