Birthdays

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Your birthday is a CELEBRATION and to celebrate with classmates is exciting! 


To make this day fun, yet manageable for everyone, second graders are asked to bring in a non-edible item of their choice. This could be fun pencils, erasers, bookmarks, buttons, bouncy balls, stickers, something handmade, a riddle, a donation to the classroom, etc. Anything that is small and manageable for both parents & kids! Please know that this is a choice to bring in something to share with classmates. 


Many schools are moving away from sugary treats, as way to celebrate birthdays in school and moving toward non-edible choices. If you want to run an idea past us, feel free to email. 


Birthday Party Invitations

Parents, If you are planning a party for your child and want to invite the ENTIRE class, your child may pass out the invitations to classmates at the end of the day. If you are planning on only inviting a few classmates from your child's class, please refer to the school directory or send an email to the parents of those children.


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