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It's Spring Performance Time!!!

This is a big week for all our students at MRA! The MRA Spring Program will be Friday, March 13th at 7:00 p.m. The program will be held at Molalla River High School, in the auditorium. It will start at 7:00 p.m. and will run about 1.5 to 2 hours. Students are asked to arrive at the school 30 minutes prior to the performance, and no later than 6:45. Doors to the auditorium will open at 6:30 as well. All K-8 MRA students are performing and are expected to attend. Students are to arrive at the high school at 6:30 that evening. Every student must be checked in with their classroom teacher in the high school cafeteria area. Students will remain with their class and teacher for the entire performance. When the program is over, you can pick your child/children up from their teacher. This will ensure we have an accounting of all our students, and we will know that they are safely back in your hands. As many of you know, it is an incredible event! Our Button Robes are a part of that show and will need to be brought to class on Wednesday. Thank you so much for helping with these robes. I hope work on them continues so they can truly become an heirloom piece.

In other news from South Clarkia, we are continuing to refine, redo, revise, and rewrite out myths and legends. We have done a spring cleaning of our library and will be choosing novels to read for pleasure in addition to the informational and myth/legend readings we are doing. Math has us moving into the standard algorithm for multi-digit subtraction, something I know we can all support at home and homework won’t be as challenging…..for us adults. We are a very busy group and have a lot to do. Please read the Parent Memo for very important information regarding a host of important issues and events. Thank you for your support and have a great week!

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