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Has your child lost a shirt? A hat? A lunchbox? Their coat? These are examples of what is currently in the school's Lost and Found.

Items that are found on campus are placed in the lost and found located near the front entrance.
Please label your child's belongings -- it's the best way to be sure things are found quickly.

If your child has lost something recently, please have them check the Lost and Found area located near the main gate. All Lost & Found items will be wheeled out in front of the auditorium tomorrow, Thursday, December 15, at 7:45 am, please check for your child's lost items after attending the winter program. All items left behind will be removed and donated to a charity organization on Friday, December 16.

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Hello WHECES Families!

As you may know, we kept with tradition and held our beloved Teacher Auction at this year's Fall Festival, whereby parents could put in their highest bid for their child to attend a special activity with their teacher, such as lunch, crafts, etc. We are excited to announce that we are extending the bidding on the Teacher Auction online for those who may not have had the opportunity to do so at the festival. Please note that if you already put in a bid at the festival, those winners are being honored and contacted.

Access to place your highest bid will open during the school assembly this Friday morning, December 2, 2022, at the following link:

https://forms.gle/83FrvZGxTswaBogK7

Bids will be accepted until 11:59 PM Pacific Time on Sunday, December 4, 2022. Bids entered after this time will not be accepted. The minimum bid dollar amount must be $50.00. Bids will be confidential and not seen by other bidders so ensure you are placing your highest bid. Bidders who bid the highest dollar amount per Teacher Auction will be the winners and fill the remaining spots available per teacher activity. Please ensure that you are filling out all information fields accurately within your online bid. Inaccurate information may be deemed as a disqualification. Please note that bidding on the Teacher Auction is completely voluntary.

Here is a list of the participating teachers who still have space available and a description of their activity:


TK/K:

Dean: paint/decorate birdhouses and make ice cream sundaes; date TBD Kovner: paint/decorate birdhouses and make ice cream sundaes; date TBD Martin: cooking and crafts; date TBD

Rosenblum: cooking and crafts; date TBD

Parks; paint/decorate birdhouses and make ice cream sundaes; date TBD Zeff: paint/decorate birdhouses and make ice cream sundaes; date TBD


1st Grade:

Carter: pizza lunch on January 18, 2023 McBratney: pizza lunch on January 18, 2023 Quintanilla: lunch and dessert; February date TBD 2nd Grade: Chodor: craft and snack; date TBD Grill: craft and snack; date TBD Lovewell; craft and snack; date TBD Oberlander: craft and snack; date TBD 3rd Grade:

Ajemyan: pajama party, movie, and popcorn; date TBD

Bonilla: pajama party, movie, and popcorn; date TBD

Schiffman: pizza and games; date TBD

4th Grade: Chin: pizza, cookies, and games; date TBD Cohn: pizza, cookies, and games; date TBD Ellsworth: pizza, cookies, and games; date TBD Schugel: pizza, cookies, and games; date TBD 5th Grade: Barth: pizza, snacks, and fun, weird games; January 20, 2023, from 2:45-4:00 pm Dupuis: pizza, snacks, and fun, weird games; January 20, 2023, from 2:45-4:00 pm Elberfeld: pizza, snacks, and fun, weird games; January 20, 2023, from 2:45-4:00 pm Wright: pizza, snacks, and fun, weird games; January 20, 2023, from 2:45-4:00 pm We appreciate your participation! Please remember that all proceeds from the Teacher Auction go back to the school via the various efforts of PATT. Best Regards, 2022 Fall Festival Committee

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