Sunday, December 15, 2019

Voyager Academy Elementary School News Dec. 15, 2019

Hi!
It’s that time of the year.  Lots of excitement, kind act and busy, busy folks all around.  We can’t seem to find the time for all we want to do.  

Professional Development:   This Monday, our staff will be team  building and celebrating the season together and learn more about each other.


VAES Yearbook Ordering Information
Elementary School (K-3) Yearbooks are now on sale and can only be ordered online this year. You can order your copy online at www.strawbridge.net. Yearbooks are $23.00 each and must be ordered by March 16, 2020. After this date, there will be a price increase for additional book orders. Visit www.strawbridge.net, click on "Order Pictures and Yearbooks", then enter our school code YB110322 for the Elementary Yearbook and proceed to place your order. Please contact Leslie Jewell (ljewell@voyageracademy.net) if you have any questions. Don't miss out -- Order today!!

December 6:  Our school-wide project based celebration, Patterns and Rhythms Around the World.  Students in grades K-3 are performing for you all on Dec. 6, in the high school gymnasium at 1:15 PM..  Don’t miss this event, because it’s one of a kind.  Our teachers have worked very hard to coordinate all of the grade levels to prepare, and to practice for this big event.  

Message from our Counselor:  Keeping up with our annual tradition of sharing holiday cheer we will be doing a gift drive for families who can use a little extra this year. If you would like to purchase gifts for a child or family, you can contact me, Melissa Meckes, or come on in and grab a tag off of our Holiday Bucket. Please turn in your purchased gifts to me by December so that gifts can be disseminated to families. Feel free to contact me about any questions. 
Thank you!!
Melissa

K-3 Special Area Teachers Presented Rhythms and Patterns Around the World
What a treat to watch the work, talent, coordination, organization and overall timing of this event.  It would not have been the same without the high school gym packed with Voyager family and friends and the volunteers who actually supported our special area teachers and
helped out.  All of the kids were so proud of themselves, and they all tried so hard to do their parts perfectly.  I was impressed and proud of all of our kiddos.  We have a grand group of students and parents. Thanks for letting up be a part of your life and for sharing your child(ren) with us.





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