Save the date!
Join us Tuesday, March 13th at 6:30 pm for a free film screening of “Angst, Raising Awareness Around Anxiety” in the Meany Cafeteria. The event will feature a 56-minute film followed by a 20-minute question and answer period led by Meany school counselors. All students will be viewing the film during the school day. This is a great opportunity for families to join the conversation on this important topic. This film is recommended for ages 10 and up. Admission is free. A donation of any amount will enter you into a drawing for a $100 spa gift card. Concessions will be available for sale. To learn more and view a trailer go to www.angstmovie.com. Contact Lara Kreyenhagen with any questions. To see the flyer going home with all students view the attached file.
Registration for Girls Volleyball has begun
To sign up, pick up a packet from the main office. Packets are due on Tuesday, March 6th. Practices will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school from 4:00 – 5:45 pm. Games will be on Saturdays at various locations. Tryouts will be on Thursday, March 8th and Tuesday, March 13th from 4:00 – 5:45pm. This will determine who makes Varsity and Junior Varsity. The volleyball coaches will be Bethany Lidgard and Leslie Hurd. Please note, physical examination forms are required for all athletes (part of the registration packet). Please contact the Meany Athletic Director, Gus Montgomery, with any questions. Phone: 206-413-2186, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Changes to after school program at Miller Community Center
Beginning Monday, March 5th, the program will be open only to the first 20 youth who are registered. Please download the registration form which has additional details of how the program will run, the emergency information form which will need to be updated for anyone who participates, and a copy of the March program schedule. There is a Meet and Greet on Thursday, March 8th at 5 pm here at Miller Community Center so parents of registered participants can come, meet the staff, and ask any questions in person they may have. Anyone who isn’t signed up for the program will not be able to participate due programming limitations, so it’s very important that any youth who would like to participate, turn in their registration info ASAP. It is recommend that the completed paperwork is brought to the center rather than emailed back, as there is sensitive information requested on the forms. Contact Meghan.Rosin@seattle.gov with any questions.
Our wonderful counselor Ms. Baker has a wish list of items that would help her in supporting our students. Items include things like clothes, shoes, personal hygiene items, fidget toys, snacks, and more. Please contact email@example.com for the complete list or to coordinate a donation.
Guiding Good Choices
South Shore Parent Teacher Student Association and Communities in Action are offering Guiding Good Choices at South Shore PreK-8 beginning next week. The free weekly workshop begins on Thursday, March 8th. Dinner is from 5:30 – 6:00 pm; the workshop will take place from 6:00 – 8:00 pm, with childcare provided. View the flyer to learn more, and share with parents, guardians, and coaches of students ages 9 – 14. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
PTSA Board openings
The Meany PTSA is seeking an interim BLT (Building Leadership Team) Representative and a Fundraising Chair to help us finish out the school year. If you are interested or know someone who is, please contact Nancy Jensen. No experience required!
Calling all student artists!
We are planning on a really fun art event in May. If your student brought home artwork from the first semester, please hold on to it so we can display it. We would also love to showcase performance or visual art that Meany students have produced outside of the class. More details to come soon!