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October 29, 2014

Director's Notes - October 28, 2014

October 28, 2014   Thank you and Appreciations!! Thank you to all the parents who helped out the charter petition reading and editing. Our charter is on its way to the county office for the approval process.  More information about the public presentation will be made available when its shared with the office.   Charter Petition Update At last night’s Board Meeting, the Bridges School Board voted to approve our charter petition, pending legal review, and is ready to send it to the county office. The county will review the petition and let us know which meeting the charter petition will be reviewed and discussed.   Again, thank you to everyone who contributed their time, energy and thoughts into this document.   New Updated Website We are proud to announce that our website has gone under the microscope and emerged with a new fresh look and appearance. is now the hub of information for our school.  It has a live calendar, meaning all events posted to the school calendar is done in real time.  You’ll also find our school calendar, bell schedules, links to the parent connect and much more.  The website will be continuously adding content, so please feel free to let Ruben know if you want to see something added to it.  Even our video series of “why I love Bridges” is featured on it.  Click around and let us know your thoughts.  You can even sign up new emails and to get director’s notes sent to other email addresses.   Weekend Work Project The weekend warrior project planning meeting took place and is planning on putting on a work weekend on the weekend of November 1st and 2nd.  We will need to get a crew of parents / adults / community members to help out cleaning up the left over piles.  This month, there are a few projects going on with the outdoor classroom.  Once they are completed, we will be pulling in a few trash containers and a bobcat to move the piles out. **Details will be sent out by this Thursday of times and needs specifically.

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