Midland Elementary/Middle School Annual Penny and Food/Necessities Drive 2017

Midland Elementary/Middle School Annual Penny and Food/Necessities Drive 2017

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MIDLAND CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR

HOLIDAY SHOW

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6 AT 6:00 PM

MAIN THEATRE LINCOLN PARK CENTER

TICKETS ON SALE AT MIDLAND ELEM-MIDDLE SCHOOL $2 EACH


 

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  • PENNY AND FOOD/NECESSITIES DRIVE 2017

    Midland Elementary/Middle School

    Annual Penny and Food/Necessities Drive 2017

    November 28—December 4

    Sponsored by the eighth grade class

    Please consider donating pennies (silver coins/bills also accepted) to help others in need this holiday season.  In addition, students will be collecting items listed below on the chart; these items will benefit the following organizations:

    The Center in Midland

    The Humane Society of Beaver County

    The Women’s Center of Beaver County

    Scholastic’s Pajama and Book Drive

    Midland Families

    · Please note that we can only accept new, store-packaged items.  Items must not be expired.

    · Homerooms will be competing to earn the most “points” during the drive and the winning classes will be treated to a party!

    Nonperishable Food Items/Necessities

    Points

    Double Point

    Day

    Benefits

    Paper/Storage/Cleaning Products

    dish detergent, paper towels, toilet paper, gallon ziploc bags, garbage bags

    5

    Tuesday,

    November 28

    ·Humane Society

    ·Women’s Center of Beaver County

    Beverages -juice, coffee, creamer

    Box Food Items– Any!

    5

    Wednesday,

    November 29

    ·Women’s Center of Beaver County

    Nonperishable Can Foods

    Any!

    5

    Thursday,

    November 30

    ·The Center (Midland)

    ·Women’s Center of Beaver County

    New Pair of Children’s Pajamas

    * must have store tags attached

    500

    Friday,

    December 1

    ·Scholastic will donate books to accompany PJs to children in homeless shelters across the United States.

    Pet Supplies

    Dog toys, cat toys, soft dog treats/training treats

    5

    Monday,

    December 4

    ·Humane Society of Beaver County


     

     

  • DECEMBER & JANUARY EVENTS

    DECEMBER 2017

                           

    December 1                             Penny Drive

    December 4                             Penny Drive

    December 6                             Midland Holiday Show Lincoln Park Center                6:00 pm

    December 7                             Parent Report Card Pick-Up K4/K5                             4:30 pm – 6:30 pm

    December 8                             Early Dismissal Parent Conferences

    December 15                           Grandparent Luncheon

    December 22                           Early Dismissal Professional Development

    December 25                           No School Winter Break

    December 26                           No School Winter Break

    December 27                           No School Winter Break

    December 28                           No School Winter Break

    December 29                           No School Winter Break

     

     JANUARY 2018

     

    January 1                                 No School Winter Break

    January 2                                 No School Winter Break

    January 3                                 Classes Resume Welcome Back!

    January 15   No School MLK Day In-Service

    January 29   Report Cards Issued

     


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