- Toledo Schools ACT 2-Hour Late Start Today
- Class of 2018 Textile Drive On Now
- Senior Center Announces New Group Meeting Tuesdays
- 9/11 Anniversary: Everyday Heroes
Toledo School District posts this link about absences, saying: Health issues are one of the main causes of absences. Asthma is just one of those health issues. An excused absence is still an absence. Absences add up and subtract from learning.
Toledo High School reminder:
- Monday 09.11.2017 is late start,* first bell will ring at 10:20a.m. & classes begin @ 10:25 a.m. (Next 2-hour ACT late start - 09.25.2017)
- DRIVER’S ED** Begins September 11th @ 7:30 in Mr.Holmes Room **yes there is class even though it is a late start.
- September 11th Driver’s Ed parent meeting in the THS Library 7:00pm-8:00pm
- Anyone needing sawdust— our hopper is full. Come get it for free— see Mr. Ball for more information.
*All schools 2-hour late start today.
With Hurricane Irma touching down less than 2 weeks after Hurricane Harvey made landfall, this one-minute video narrated by Mr Rogers confirms a child’s good decision, and reminds us of that special seed helpers plant in each one of us.
Thanks to Educator Annie for the linked story.
Toledo Middle School has the answer to homework and help:
Need help with your homework or extra work on a difficult concept? Stay after school for Pow Wow!
Toledo High School reminder:
Those summer things will be outgrown by next year anyway. Help the Class of 2018 raise funds for their senior class trip while clearing out the closets.
Kids Closet accepts new and nearly new apparel & shoes for students K - 12 throughout the year. Contact TES PTO for details.
BTW: those items deemed too worn, inappropriate* or otherwise unsuitable will be donated to THS Class of 2018 Textile Drive, getting all possible mileage from your hand-me-downs while benefitting this year’s senior class - and the environment.
The Second Annual Esther Borte Walk in the Park fundraiser takes place in less than 2 weeks. Contact Jill Davis, email@example.com or stop in at City Hall during business hours. Details on Facebook.
Reservations required: Toledo Senior Center Nutrition Lunch Wednesday features roast beef with mashed potatoes & baby carrots, peaches & dinner roll, Friday BBQ ribs & scalloped potatoes with NW veggies, mandarin oranges & biscuit.
Nutrition Lunches are sponsored in part by Area Agency on Aging. Suggested donation $3 for those 60+ years of age. Contact Diana, firstname.lastname@example.org or call (360)864-2112 for details.
Beginning Tuesday: Toledo Senior Center announces a new Needleworking group 10 a.m. for knitters and crocheters, needlepointers, stitchers and menders of every stripe, expert or novice, AND most especially for those haunted by unfinished projects put aside (but really, really would like to complete) in the company of like-minded souls.
Alternate weeks will be personal hands-on works, and instructional or demonstrations of specific methods. Caution: Word has it topics may wander to ethnic and specialty cooking as the holidays approach.
Open to the community. Updates as available. Contact Diana, email@example.com or call (360)864-2112 for details.
9/11 Anniversary: Everyday Heroes
Friday I asked readers to submit their choice(s) of people who make a noteworthy difference in the community, and in the lives of their neighbors.
Drum roll, please...
Thanks to one loyal reader for naming names, saying: I'd like to nominate the following people:
- Mike and Di Morgan
- Bill and Pat Caldwell
- Joh Jones
- Diana Haug
- The Mighty Fine Seniors
- The Food Bank volunteers
- Jamie Cummings
- Gary Whiteside
- Linda Bird-Sonne
- Michelle Whitten
...adding: They have all done so much for the town and its citizens.
*This reader modestly declined to outline their own contributions in Toledo, thought they are well-known and active in community service.
Who would your candidate(s) be?
How do you feel they ought to be recognised?
Should Everyday Heroes be an annual day to honor the heroes in Toledo?
Your ideas welcome.
Photos from TOT archives unless otherwise noted.
Everyday Heroes: Envisioned as a local September 11 observation recognizing lesser-known acts of kindness and heroism. Send your nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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