10-28 Dora School News
October 26, 2007
Elementary to see special exhibit
On Tuesday, all Dora elementary classes will be treated to a special zoological exhibit from the Albuquerque Zoo. The “Zoo to You” program will be set up in the school library and will cover the following topics: Fur, feather, scales (Grades PK, K, 1); Reptiles and Amphibians (Grades 2-3); Secrets of Survival (Grades 4-5); and Endangered Species (Grade 6).
Fun Night rescheduled
The annual Fun Night festival in the Rogers Gymnasium has been rescheduled and will be held at 7 p.m. Nov. 2, to accommodate the volleyball schedule. Students should bring cash for the concession stand.
This year the festival will include a variety of activities, including ring toss, bingo, cake walk, face painting, fun house, wedding booth, wheel of fortune, free throw contest, white elephants, pumpkin decorating, buddy photos, scarecrow raffle, and duck pond. After booths close at 9 pm, there will be a dance in the Ag shop, sponsored by the Dora FFA.
Lost and found items abound
Parents, many jackets have been found by school staff members in various locations around the school. If your student has come home without his/her jacket, please come check the lost and found bin in the hallway outside the office to claim lost items. As most of the items turned in have no identification on them. School officials encourage parents to putstudent’s name on their belongings so they can be returned to the owner more easily.
Holiday rolls for sale
Kay Fuller, Dora cafeteria manager, and her staff, are taking orders for their white or wheat rolls until Nov. 8. Payment of $3 per dozen must be made when orders are placed; and the rolls will be ready for pickup at the Dora School Cafeteria Nov. 15.
Contact Fuller at 477-2211, ext.1402, for more information.