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    June 9, 2019

    Attention Incoming Freshman Girl M-A Softball Players

    If you are a girl interested in playing softball for the Bears, we’d love to meet you. The M-A softball program offers competitive varsity play as well as a developmental program to build skills and advanced knowledge of the game. Whether you are currently on a travel team, just finished a recreation league season, or haven’t played in a while we’d like to welcome you to M-A!! Contact team parent Amy Travers if you are interested.


    HEADS UP! Concussion Awareness

    Have you ever wondered what a concussion is, what to do if your child experiences one, or how a child should safely return to school and activity after a concussion?

    Please visit the MPCSD website to find the link to the CDC's educational initiative Heads Up.  This initiative provides information for parents, schools and coaches on prevention of concussions and on what to do when a child experiences a concussion. If you have any questions regarding the Heads Up Initiative and how it is implemented in our schools, please contact the District Nurse at 650-321-7140.

    Let’s all keep our kids safe!


    Future Astrophysicists workshop

    Sunday, June 16th 1:30PM-4:00PM, Redwood City Public Library

    Ever wanted to be an astronaut? Discover how rockets launch into space and send humans to other parts of the universe! In this workshop, students will investigate Newton’s Laws of Motion and learn how rockets work by building and launching their own rocket. Snacks provided and no registration required!


    Oak Knoll’s Playground Muralist holds Local Art Exhibition

    Art Ventures Gallery, 888 Santa Cruz Ae, Menlo Park

    Flo de Bretagne, Oak Knoll’s muralist, is having an exhibition of her paintings right now until June 15. The show is called "Seedscape, Alpha animals and endangered species." You'll have two opportunities to meet her: Sat June 1st 3-5PM, and she has a reception on Sat June 8th 4-7PM.



    Little Medical School Summer Camps hosted by Palo Alto Humane Society

    Weekly Sessions begin June 10th - August 9th, on Laurel and Escondido S

    Students participate in a variety of activities surrounding healthy lifestyles and fun topics in medicine! Summer Camps include: Little Veterinarian School, Little Medical School, Little Dental School, Wilderness Medicine, and Future Pediatrician. The children will also: hear from health professionals and students, get moving with physical activities, and have the option to make their own lunches with Cooking Round the World! Extended care (8am-9am and 4pm-6pm) is available. Register here.