News & Events
Usborne Book Fair, November 4th-7th
MRA will be hosting the annual Usborne Book Fair over Parent/Teacher conferences. The Book Fair will be held in the Wild Woods Gym. Proceeds will go directly into books for the Mountain Meadow Media Center. See the flyer for dates/times. Please consider signing up to volunteer!
Once again we are using Ezequiel’s to provide our greenery and Al’s for our poinsettias. Order forms are available in the office or you can download one here. Orders and money are due on November 1st so that orders can be distributed on the 19th of November. Proceeds will go toward our technology department. Purchase will include additions to our new MakerSpace program, material for our 3D Printer, an MRA camera, and possibly new Chromebooks. These wreaths and poinsettias are high quality and perfect for the upcoming holidays. For more information check out the flyer here.
Huckleberry South: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0C48AEAA28A1FB6-parentteacher10
Huckleberry North: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0C48AEAA28A1FB6-parentteacher11
Grandparent's Day, November 22nd
Mark your calendars for our annual Grandparent’s Day! Attendees will be served coffee, tea and a light snack while enjoying some student art. You will also have the opportunity to visit the student’s classroom and spend the day if you’d like! Stay tuned for more information on this event and volunteer signups!
Anyone can sign up for volunteer hours using the Sign Up Genius links below. Unfulfilled volunteer hours are billed at the end of the year at $15.00/hour. Every family is required to put in 20 hours a year.
Current Volunteer Opportunities:
Helping out in your child's classroom
Helping out in the Library or Garden
Hobbit Hill Expectations
Please enforce this when you are here with your children before and after school hours.
In a nutshell - the Hobbit Hill is a play structure and needs to be treated as such.
The rail is there for protection and is not to be climbed on in any way whatsoever
The rocks are decoration and will have plants in an around them soon. The are not climbing structures.
The slide is for going down, not up and is to be used by people, not objects.
Students should be sliding down feet first
To get up to the top - climb one of the two ramps, or one of the two grassy areas.
These are obvious.
Tag, ball throwing, and other games are for the fields, not the hill
The climbing wall is for climbing up and down, taking care to watch for traffic
The standard rules apply as well regarding rough housing, wrestling, jumping, and so on.