Eliot teacher Julie Macy receives supplies from Right Road Kids grant with an approximate $2,400 value.
Despite the dazzling lights, songs of joy, and laughter that often accompanies the holiday season, many families struggle to find happiness at this time. Students and teachers at Eliot Elementary school are hoping to make the holidays brighter for those in their community who are unable to provide food, gifts, and togetherness during the holiday season.The solution for some families is The Eliot Angel Tree.
Eliot annual Jog-A-Thon
Each year students get the opportunity to raise money by running laps around the school track. Parents and community members pledge money toward each lap that students complete.
Join us for the 5th Annual Shop. Dine. Love. Brookside! November 8, 2018
Here's the scoop:
- Wear your bright yellow t-shirt to school (with uniform bottoms) and on brookside on November 8th! The shirt is your "ticket to discounted food/mechandise.
- Check out Peachjar, Eliot Elementary facebook page, or Eliot families facebook page on/after November 4th to see the final list of participating bussiness and the discounts they're offering! Hard copies will also be avaliable outside the Eliot office.
- Shop and eat at a discount on Brookside with your Eliot family on Novemer 8th! Aso take note of where you can enter to win door prizes (no purchase necessary)! Most bussiness will participate from 5-8pm, but please check the list for a few exceptions.
T-shirts orders are due no later then October 24th. Please make checks payable to Eliot Elementary Foundation. Shirts are $6.00 for Youth extra small to Adult extra large. Adult double extra large are $8.00.
These are the same shirts worn last year for "Shop. Dine. Love. Brookside." No need to order a new one if yours still fits. T-Shirts will be delivered to students the week of November 5th.
**Since this is a 3rd grade project, we'd like to guarntee each 3rd grader has a t-shirt. Please consider adding $6 to your total to help with this.**
Questions? Please contact Stefani Bartholomew, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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