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October 26, 2020
Danforth Jr. High Newsletter
Monday, Oct. 26th, 2020
We’ve asked our students to mask up to help our school building stay open. Their cooperation (with your support) has been overwhelmingly positive. We love seeing the creative and distinctive masks that many times reflect the student’s unique personality. Sure a few of our students have to be reminded to keep their mask on, but our student body has really stepped up in this mask wearing endeavor. In fact, our students have been so dedicated to wearing them that, when they forget theirs at home, they head right to our nurse or the office for a replacement. And while we still have some masks on hand, it will help our supply level if every studentcould keep a spare in their back-pack for those days they accidently head into our school building without a mask.
Speaking of things to wear, below you’ll see the list of what many of our students will be wearing this week.
Thanks for taking a look at the Newsletter.
Greg Howard, Principal
In the next few days
Monday, Oct. 26th–Red Ribbon Week Dress Up Day–Pajama Day
Tuesday, Oct. 27th–Red Ribbon Week Dress Up Day –Twin Day
Wednesday, Oct. 28th–Red Ribbon Week Dress Up Day –80s Day
Thursday, Oct. 29th–Red Ribbon Week Dress Up Day –Texan Spirit Day Volleyball vs. Boerne Voss; B game at 5 pm; A game after B, 7th grade HOME; 8th grade Away Football vs. La Vernia; All Games at La Vernia; 7B-4:30 pm, 7A-5:30 pm, 8B-6:30 pm, 8A-7:30pm
Friday, Oct. 30th–Red Ribbon Week Dress Up Day–College Jersey/T-shirt Day
More detailed info about other Danforth activities
From Lori Pharis,
Counselor Red Ribbon Week is this week! This year students will learn about #BeHappyBeBraveBeDrugFree during Texan Time throughout the week. Still need to join the whole school google classroom? Join Code: x5u5hmeNew to Danforth?
Click here for some general school information From Danforth PTO Check out Danforth PTO’s Facebook Group for Red Ribbon Week.Each day we’ll make a post requesting pictures for the themed days.We look forward to seeing pictures of students AND teachers. Link to Danforth JH PTO FB group:www.facebook.com/groups/danforthjhpto/
Make sure you request to join the correct group, still have old groups and pages out there we no longer have access too.
From Wimberley Education Foundation (W.E.F.) Here is a way to have Halloween fun while supporting our WISD schools. Wimberley Education Foundation (W.E.F.) is hosting drive-in movie nights at Waters Point this Friday and Saturday. Select the link for more info and reserve a ticket:https://www.accelevents.com/e/
Movie Night in Wimberley October 30, 2020 Schedule Hotel Transylvania -7:00 PM Amityville Horror -9:45 PM October 31, 2020 Schedule Hocus Pocus -7:00 PM The Blair Witch Project -9:45 PM
W.E.F. raises funds to supply grants to WISDs schools in support of enriching curriculum, fostering innovation, promoting excellence in education, and inspiring a life-time love for learning.
From Yearbook Advisor, Meagan Williamson
Yearbooks are $35 with a free name stamp through December. The price will raise to $40 with $5 name stamps and icons in January. You may pick up an order form in the front office or from Mrs. Williamson in room 109 if you need one. You may also buy a book onbalfour.com.