Week of OCTOBER 14
Monday, October 14, Indigenous Peoples Day, no school
Sign up for Intermediate hiking club with Patty by this Tuesday!
SITE Santa Fe’s Young Curators Program invites artists ages 30 and younger to submit work that addresses the urgent issues facing our world. Submissions are due to SITE Santa Fe by November 5th.
Volunteers are still needed for Game Night! Sign up here to support this fun event.
Who: All May School students, teachers and families
What: Games will be set up in the Intermediate wing for community fun. Pizza will be available ($3 suggested donation)
When: Friday, October 25th from 5:30-7:30
dyslexia Justice League reminder
On Saturday, October 19th the Southwest Branch of the International Dyslexia Association and May Center are hosting a student and parent conference in Albuquerque. Students ages 8-18 will be able to connect with peers from around the state, get to know adult mentors. learn about how they learn best and participate in a Maker’s Challenge. Parents will be able to connect with other parents, participate in a dyslexia simulation, learn about the latest brain research on dyslexia and SB 398, and much more. Student registration is free! Register today!
art supply request
Ms. Marjorie is seeking recycled materials for her art class. If you have any of the below items, your student can drop them off outside the art room.
Cardboard boxes (variety of sizes)
Empty Oatmeal Containers
Empty and clean recycled plastic containers
Plastic lids from drinking containers and container
Recycled cereal boxes
Toilet paper and paper towel rolls
The Great exhibition
May School students have been learning about the Great Exhibition which was held in London’s Hyde Park in 1851. This was the first in a series of World’s Fairs and featured works of culture and industry. May School students designed, built, and displayed their own works of technology, industry, entertainment, and creativity during MakerSpace time. Cheers to you, May School Makers!
Our youngest May School students were inspired by the changing weather and colorful leaves this week. Students in Ms. Daisy, Caitlin and Megan’s classes went hiking in the Sangre de Cristo’s to enjoy the fall foliage. Thank you to the teachers for organizing these hikes!