wax museum

The wax museum is coming up! It will take place on Tuesday, December 17. Please join us at the appropriate times to see your child’s little skit (no siblings allowed). Please also remember to prepare a costume ahead of time according to the character your child chooses. It does not have to be store-bought, you can also improvise at home. The characters they are able to choose are Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, Sacagawea, Theodore Roosevelt, George Washington Carver, and Ruby Bridges.

8:00-8:30  German/Mandarin

8:45-9:15  French

9:30-10:00  Spanish

 

1st Grade Team

Holiday Market Tote Bags and Ornaments

Dear Families,
ICSAtlanta is excited to announce our first holiday ornaments designed by students! The English team has also designed an exclusive tote bag for all shopping needs. Ornaments and tote bags make great gifts for all your family and friends while supporting ICSAtlanta!
 Pre-orders on ornaments are available on our school store until THIS Friday, Nov 22 at 1pm.
Additional ornaments and tote bags will be available for purchase at the Holiday Market on December 13 from 6-8pm. More details and RSVP here:
We look forward to seeing you at the Holiday Market!
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Wax Museum

The wax museum is coming up! It will take place on Tuesday, December 17. Please join us at the appropriate times to see your child’s little skit (no siblings allowed). Please also remember to prepare a costume ahead of time according to the character your child chooses. It does not have to be store-bought, you can also improvise at home. The characters they are able to choose are Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, Sacagawea, Theodore Roosevelt, George Washington Carver, and Ruby Bridges.

8:00-8:30  German/Mandarin

8:45-9:15  French

9:30-10:00  Spanish

 

1st Grade Team

 

Season of Giving

On November 18th-22nd, our school will collect food to benefit the North Fulton Community Charities Food Bank. Both campuses will be collecting items throughout the week!  Participate each day by bringing an item from the themes below: 

  • The food bank is DRY! Let’s fill it! – Dry food items – beans, stuffing, pasta, NO MAC & CHEESE OR RAMEN

  • Keep it Rolling! – Toiletries & household products, diapers size 4, 5, 6 and pullups only. (toothpaste, soap, shampoo & conditioner, cleaners, sponges)

  • Yes you can! – Canned goods and jars (peanut butter, chili, stew, spaghettios, ravioli, ONLY THE FOLLOWING VEGETABLES: potatoes, spinach, collards, Beets, Carrots, Mixed veggie pea/carrot combo, Sweet –potatoes/yams) NO GLASS, NO GREEN BEANS OR CORN

  • Be sweet, donate! – Desserts (cake, cookie, and brownie mixes)

  • Orange Juice glad to give? – Juice Boxes (Capri Sun, Juicy Juice)

clinic clothes

Dear Parents,

Please clean and return any clothing borrowed from the clinic.
The lower campus clinic is in need of regular fit, Navy or Khaki uniform pants, in sizes ranging from 6 to 14. It would be much appreciated.

Thank you.

Martinstag

Dear parents,
Just a quick reminder about our Martinstag event. If you have not yet signed up to help out, please consider volunteering for a 30-minute time slot. We still need some helpers from 5:30-8:00 PM.
Our Martinstag celebration is this Saturday!! 
Please come and join us for our 5th annual Martinstag event on November 9, 2019, from 4:30-7:00 pm. 
Lanterns, food and drink items will be available for purchase; cash preferred. Credit card purchases only for $25 or more.
 
Student performances will be from 5:00 to 5:15 PM, starting with Kindergarten and ending with grades 6-8 performing their song. 
German Track parents, please look at the attached map to see drop-off and pick-up locations for participating students. Please drop off students at 4:50 PM.
The Lantern parade will begin at 6:15 PM. 

In conjunction with the Martinstag event, we are also collecting coats again at both campuses.  
Coat Drive Dates: October 28 – November 8, 2019 (at school) and on Saturday, November 9 (at the event).    

What to donate: Coats (any size), hats, and scarves. Items will be donated to the Atlanta Children’s Shelter and The Place of Forsyth.

 
Want to get involved? We appreciate your help!!     
Kind Regards,
German Track Team

Fall Giving Campaign

Fall Giving Campaign – Give Today!
The Fall Giving Campaign is in full swing, and our giving thermometer just reached $30,000! We still have a long way to go to reach our goal of 100% participation for $100,000, though. We need YOU to show your Wolf Pack Pride and give today! www.icsatlanta.org/fallgiving 
Every homeroom (or grade for middle school) that reaches 100% participation will receive an ice cream party celebration. Here are the top 3 classes leading the Fall Giving Campaign for the Lower Campus and the UCE and UCM leaders for the Upper Campus!
Lower Campus Leaders:
Ms. Armenta with 45% participation
Ms. Wang with 35 % participation
Mr. Niang with 32% participation
Upper Campus Leaders:
5th Grade with 27% participation
7th Grade with 14% participation

Please remember to give to our Fall Giving Campaign at www.icsatlanta.org/fallgiving! Remember – your total anticipated donation between now and May is counted towards your giving incentive.

Red Ribbon Week

We are excited about our upcoming celebration of Red Ribbon Week, October 21-25. Red Ribbon Week is a nationally recognized effort to encourage students to life healthy lives by making Really Excellent Decisions and staying drug free. At ICSAtlanta, we will celebrate our decision to make safe and healthy choices through a week of fun and education. Each day we will have theme that focuses on the healthy choice of the day. 
 
Monday-You are a STAR! We will kick off Red Ribbon Week by showing pride in ourselves as we walk down the Red Carpet into school!
Tuesday-Keep Calm and Stay Healthy! Let’s talk about Mindfulness
Wednesday– Shake it To and Fro, Just Say No!- Let’s talk about staying healthy through MOVEMENT!
Thursday-Good Nutrition is our Mission! Let’s talk about staying healthy by eating healthy!
Friday– Your Future is BRIGHT! Let’s show our excitement for our bright futures by wearing neon colors!
 
On Friday we will celebrate our bright futures by wearing NEON colors at both campuses! Please remember to review our Out-of-Uniform policy found on page 13-14 of the Student Handbook: https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/be7f6c_74e6b6d688c44683a39427396efa65c3.pdf