Finally, we have an occasional chill in the air as the holiday season quickly approaches. Students have made it through first trimester with great success. Over 800 students celebrated with Renaissance Rewards provided at lunch time for earning a 3.0 or above. Our Halloween Bash was a huge success once again this year. Thank you to all the volunteers who helped this happen. We had over 700 students stay for the event and nearly 60 volunteers help at booths to keep our kids entertained while they waited for their turn in the Haunted Maze created by Mr. Brubaker and Mr. Kushin. Many thanks to all involved. We will be participating in "Anti-Bully" activities during November. We always want to remind our kids that acts of kindness and supporting each other is the behavior we encourage at Day Creek. We have several activities to promote kindness and remind students that bullying is never tolerated. As we move into the final weeks before the half-way point in the school year, remember to check in with your student often to see how they are doing. ESPRI is available 24/7 to access course performance. If you ever need help logging in, please contact your teacher or the office and we are glad to help. Enjoy the fall leaves and the cooler weather.PrincipalAlicia LyonAlicia_Lyon@etiwanda.orgAssistant Principals David Apodaca (last names A-L)David_Apodaca@etiwanda.orgJonathan Carson (last names M-Z)Jonathan_Carson@etiwanda.org
Chipotle Fundraiser 4-8 P.M.
Fundraiser Dance PartyCJSF Mtg. 2.1
PTSO Holiday Shop during lunch
Scoliosis Screening Orientation
School site Council #2 2:00pmWinter Band Concert 7:00pm- 8:00pm
Pancake Breakfast 3.6 & abovePTSO Meeting 8:45 a.m.
Student of the Month
Minimum DayReport Cards Home
PTSO @ 8:45 P.M.Intramural Basketball & Cheer starts
All camp money & paperwork due
CJSF 2.2 @ 2:30 P.M. in the MPR
No SchoolMartin Luther King Jr. Day