It’s Book Fair Week! Our Virtual Book Fair with Usborne Books & More is back at Wolf Canyon! While purchases from our Fair remain online, students will be able to preview books in the library all this week with their teachers. Wish lists will be coming home with your students & you can purchase books at our school’s link here: bit.ly/WolfCanyonFall21BookFair
Books will ship directly to your home OR if you’d like Free Shipping, please email your order to our Representative: LKhobooks@gmail.com by Friday, 11/19 for delivery after Thanksgiving Break. Also, please be sure to check out your teachers’ wish lists! bit.ly/WCFall21TeacherWishlist
Happy Reading, Timberwolves!
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Make plans for a Dinner & Dessert night this Wednesday, 11/17. Grab dinner at Board & Brew (4-8 PM), then hop next door for some dessert at Menchies (4-10 PM)! Phone/In-person orders ONLY. Please be sure to mention Wolf Canyon when ordering and showing the flyers!
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As a large Military community, it is important for us to pause and share a thank you to the proud members of our United States Military.
In unison, the Wolf Canyon staff, students, and community SALUTE all who have made, and continue to make, immense sacrifices for our country. Your patriotism is an example for all of us. Thank you very much. Happy Veterans Day.
To our Marine Families:
Saying thanks to one of the few and the proud is more than just a privilege. It’s an honor. Semper Fi!
To our Air Force Families:
Thank you for aiming high — and always staying ready to fly, fight, and win…worldwide.
To our Army Families:
Honoring your service which reflects the long, proud, distinguished legacy of the U.S. Army.
To our Navy Families
With gratitude for your role in protecting the sea lanes…and safeguarding America’s freedom abroad.
To our Coast Guard Families:
With deep appreciation for your vigilant defense of our shores…and beyond!
To our National Guard Families
Thank you for “Always Being Ready, and Always Being There!”
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Don’t forget, this Friday is a Fall-Themed Dress-Up Day! We are encouraging students to dress in fall colors, a Halloween costume, or like their favorite character from literature. Please remember the following guidelines for tomorrow.
Regular school rules regarding the dress code must be followed.
No masks (other than face masks), canes, sticks, accessories, inflatable costumes, weapon-like items of any kind, fake blood, or other substances that will spill or cause a mess will be allowed.
Unfortunately, we aren’t able to allow students to bring treats for their class. If you would like to do something like that feel free to pass them out after school.
Students may not wear anything suggestive or provocative in nature.
Attire can not promote the use of illegal substances or activities, be derogatory or disrespectful, or portray violence.
Students must show respect to other students by not touching, defacing, or insulting other students’ costumes.
Students must show respect for others by not choosing costumes that are insensitive and/or offensive to the diverse backgrounds represented by others at our school.
Thank you for your help in ensuring these guidelines are met so that we can enjoy a festive day!
Thank you, Casey LangePrincipal
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