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Coffin School is hosting Jump Rope For Heart from 3/17 to 3/21 in each classes Physical Education class. Jump Rope For Heart is a community service learning program of the American Heart Association. It teaches kids:
The importance of developing heart-healthy habits;
- That being physically active can be fun; and
- That by raising funds to support research and education they help save lives across the country and in their community.
Please keep in mind these dates [modify these dates to suit your event]:
Kickoff Assembly: South Bristol Spin Drifters Demo Team – 3/12/14 11:00-11:30 am
Envelopes Passed Out: Week of 3/3/14
Envelopes Due: 4/7/14
Date(s) of Event: In PE Classes – 3/17 – 3/21
As faculty and staff, we also have the opportunity to participate in fundraising for Jump Rope For Heart along with our students. You can easily set up your own web page and email friends and family asking for support. Go to www.heart/jump and search for our school name and join me in supporting the American Heart Association and our school.
We would love to have you in your classes PE class during the event and we will be inviting any parents who want to join in too! We can always use rope turners and cheer leaders!
Tracey and Shane
Jump Rope For Heart Coordinators
Coffin Elementary School
Brunswick Schools Oral Health Access Prgram: In school oral health care is available to Coffin students who do not have a dental home and have barriers to obtaining dental care outside of the school environment. Brunswick School Department has partnered with Coastal Maine Pediatric Dentistry to help ensure that all students have access to good oral health and dental care. All services are provided by caring licensed dental professionals. Each child will receive a prophylaxis (dental cleaning) and fluoride treatment from a Licensed Dental Hygienist. Dental sealants will be placed if appropriate. In the event that other dental concerns are identified, recommendations/arrangements for further evaluation and treatment will be made. The care provided does not include an evaluation by a dentist. Children who have a current dental home cannot be seen. If you are interested in having your child participate in this program please contact Coffin School Nurse, Janet Rivard at email@example.com or 319-1957 for a registration packet.
Click HERE for a budget presentation calendar with dates/times/locations that was distributed at last night’s meeting. Much more information can also be found at the District’s budget website – click HERE for that link.
Community for Coffin (CFC) is the “PTO” or parent-teacher-community group at Coffin School. Our mission is to support and enhance the educational opportunities at our school while fostering a strong sense of community for Brunswick’s youngest students and their families.
Last year CFC provided weekly teacher prep (Helping Hands), teacher and staff appreciation events, a Read-a-Thon fundraiser, a healthy morning Snack Shack, a family Harvest Festival, the All Elementary School Craft Fair with HBS, two Scholastic Book Fairs, a family movie night, Poem in Your Pocket Day, a Sea Dogs baseball game, school garden tending, a year end cookout, and much more. We contributed to our greater community through a holiday donation drive for Tedford Housing and a coin drive to support Mid Coast Hospital’s Teddy Bear Club.
Click Here for full Welcome Letter and Information!
Click the Community for Coffin link on the left hand edge of the webpage to visit CFC webpage!