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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Be In The Know With Your FFO!

JOIN US TOMORROW: Friday, December 12th, at 8:15 a.m. in the CARE building Room #33

Our CFSD Associate Superintendent, MaryJo Conery, will be here to
talk about Deep Learning Proficiencies.

ONLY TWO MORE DAYS to help support the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona’s BackPack Program

 This program provides hungry school children with snacks and meals to take home in their backpacks so that they have food to eat over the weekend.  

How to help?   
  • Food donationsNeed to be items that kids can open and/or prepare themselves
    Granola bars, Fruit leather, Single serving boxes or pouches of 100% fruit juice, Single serving bags of trail mix, Single serving microwavable meals with easy to open lids. Have your student bring in and put in their classroom collection box.

  • Grocery store gift cards for Food City, Bashas or AJ’s
    These stores are all part of the same company and they offer a substantial discount to the Food Bank~ Please, drop off to Kathy Anders in the front office.

  • Cash (check or online) donations to purchase single servings of shelf-stable milk
    Milk has to be purchased from the Food Bank’s supplier by the pallet.  One pallet costs $5000. Please donate in increments of $10 and make checks payable to the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona with BackPack in the memo line and drop them off to Kathy Anders in the front office.

These donations qualify for the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit, a dollar for dollar tax credit of up to $400 for couples filing jointly or $200 for single filers

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a Quick & Easy Online

THANK YOU to our AWESOME Villagers:
Heather Reed for supporting the CFSD Teacher of the Year nomination process! 
Jennifer Pershing & Chris Holbert for putting on our AMAZING Fall Book Fair!! 
Jennie Buban for managing all of our wild Lost & Found items!  
We have THE BEST village around!!!

Thanks to all for your continued support and participation!!! 
Happy Holidays to you and yours~ 
Ashleigh Kruk, MZ FFO President