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Chipotle Dinner Out Fundraiser
Tuesday, March 26th

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Printable Flyer HERE

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Wahoo’s Dinner Out Fundraiser

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Printable flyer HERE

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Red Hill Night at Angel Stadium
Friday, April 19th

Red Hill Family Night at the Angel Game! Rockets, let's go cheer on the Angles as they take on the Mariners Friday, April 19th at 7:07pm. Tickets are $20 per person, and a portion of each ticket sold will go back to Red Hill in support of our PE Program and Coach Kelly!

The section reserved for Red Hill is in the Right Field Pavilion area, which is a great area for families, close to many food and beverage options, souvenir shops and restrooms. Below you will find a seat map with a red arrow pointing at the general area our grouped tickets will be and an example of the view from those seats. You can purchase tickets now HERE.

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To The Moon and Back
When: Friday, April 5th 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Where: Hewes Middle School Activity Center
Cost: $10/person

Get your tickets HERE.

Red Hill daughters and their fathers (or adult loved one) are invited to spend an evening of dancing, entertainment and fun at our 6th annual dance.

Light refreshments will be served.

Space is limited, so we are only able to invite current Red Hill girls (no older or younger siblings please). Reserve your tickets soon.

Questions? Contact Carolyn Zweber at carolynzweber@yahoo.com

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After School Enrichment Classes Spring 2019
It’s NOT too late to register for classes!


Session 3 Starts Tuesday, March 27th!
Note class durations and dates vary.
Instructors on-site at release times to greet your student at meetup locations.
Classes are offered for Grades 1 to 5 (unless otherwise specified).


MONDAY: 
TENNIS - Meets on Red Hill blacktop. $145. Learn the game of tennis in a fun environment. Skills and Strategies covered by instructor. Equipment provided.
HANDBALL - Meets on Red Hill blacktop. $160. Learn handball and develop motor skills, strength, coordination, and confidence.
FASHION CAMP/SEWING - Offered to Grades 2-5. NOTE CLASS STARTS ON MONDAY APRIL 1ST. Meets in Red Hill Library. $165. Creative learning program centered around fashion design and sewing. Have fun while developing a great life skill.


TUESDAY: 
CHESS CLUB - Meets on Red Hill Outdoor Lunch Tables. $117. Chess improves critical thinking and problem solving skills. Designed for all skill levels.
ENGINEERING WITH LEGOS - Meets in Red Hill Library. $117 (includes Lego gift). Work with legos to learn a variety of math and engineering topics. Develop organizational, fine motor skills, teamwork and life strategies.  


WEDNESDAY: 
GAME TIME - Meets on Red Hill blacktop. $145. Emphasize sportsmanship and teamwork while gaining fitness through a variety of sports games including handball, frisbee, obstacles, relays, kickball and many more.
ENVIRONMENTAL NATURE CENTER (ENC) - Meets at Red Hill Lunch Tables. $68. Learn about key environmental concepts (water quality, biodiversity, natural habitats) and meet and engage with new animals in each class!
BRAINSTORM CODING WITH ROBOTICS - Offered to Grades 3 to 5. Meets in Red Hill Library. $179. Combining code and cutting-edge technology, students are introduced to the world of robotics as they discover the power of applied programming and engineering. Design and create everything from autonomous robotic rovers to hovercrafts and drones.


THURSDAY: 
SOCCER - Meets on Red Hill blacktop. $145. Play group games and scrimmage while learning teamwork, defense, communication and sportsmanship. Great for beginners and seasoned players.
PALETTE STATION - Meets at Red Hill lunch tables. $135 per student $110 for siblings. Real Art 101. Learn from professional artists with new projects each week. Each student will receive a personal sketchbook, art pencils and sharpener.
GAME MASTERS - Meets in Red Hill Library.  $126 (Register by March 15th for early bird price $117). Gain skills for success through different parlour games each week. Increase critical and abstract thinking, problem solving, focus, perspective taking and confidence through fun games.


FRIDAY:
Note early class on Friday, April 26th for Minimum Day.
BASKETBALL - Meets on Red Hill blacktop. $125. Practice through drills, competition, scrimmages & reinforce positive attitudes about effort, respect, and teamwork. New and returning students encouraged to join in! Boys and girls!
KEYBOARDS - Meets in Red Hill Library. $188. Learn how to play music on electronic keyboards in a fun environment. New songs each session!
SPEECH & DEBATE - Meets at lunch tables. $151. Find your voice in Speech & Debate!

TO REGISTER FOR CLASSES: CLICK on the Individual Class above for the description & registration information. Please note: classes may be cancelled up to the first week if there is low enrollment. Enroll early! 

 Questions please contact Diana Hoyt ASE Coordinator mrsdianahoyt@gmail.com

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Red Hill Spirit Wear is on SALE NOW!

Please Note:  Orders can be placed anytime throughout the school year and will
be delivered within ten days of ordering to your child's classroom.
Questions? Contact Lauren McKee at laurenhick2000@yahoo.com

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Save Your Box Tops and Support RH!
The Box Tops for Education (BTFE) program helps Red Hill Elementary earn 10 cents for every Box Top you clip, and those dimes add up fast- each school can earn up to $20,000 per year!!

Use THIS collection sheet or even a Ziploc bag and turn the Box Tops in to the Red Hill front office or to your child's teacher.  Include your child's name and teacher's name, and your student will be receiving a "Caught in the Act" for every 10 Box Tops turned in.

Thank you for supporting Red Hill Elementary!! 

Don't Forget to Record Your Volunteer Hours!
Each year, the Red Hill PTA is required to report the number of volunteer hours that are completed by our school community

Volunteer hours are collected and reported to maintain the PTA's federal tax exemption status. As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, the PTA must receive one-third of its support from the general public. The recorded hours from volunteers are proof of this.


You can periodically record your volunteer hours online HERE

If unable to use the online form, please stop by the front office and record the hours you have volunteered for Red Hill students, staff, and community! There is a clipboard labeled "Volunteer Hours" near the sign-in sheet on the counter in the front office.

Thank you for your support! 

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