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2016-2017 K-Kids Officers

October 14, 2016

2016-2017 K-Kids Officers pictured from left to right:

Regina Aguayo-Martinez - Treasurer

Gabrielle Higgins - President

Emery Hagan - Vice President

Lily Sexton - Secretary

"Sock"tober is here!!

October 13, 2016

This October, our K-Kids are collecting pairs of new socks as our service project of the month. This small act of kindness can make a big difference in the lives of our community. Please help us collect brand new socks (any size) to celebrate "Sock"tober!!  Socks are due by October 31.  

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October 13, 2016

Remind is a free, safe and simple messaging tool that helps MHS share important updates and reminders with students and parents.  Subscribe by text, email or by using the Remind app.  All personal information is kept private.  Visit remind.com to learn more. https://www.remind.com/join/6f7b

Fire Prevention Week at MHS

October 11, 2016

Mossy Head School’s Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st grade classes celebrated Fire Prevention Week with a visit from the local fire department. Firefighters brought their fire trucks and gear to teach students about preventing fires and what to do in case of a fire. The students had a great time learning about fire prevention and safety from our local firefighters. MHS would like to give our local fire stations a big THANK YOU for helping our students learn about fire prevention and safety!

NEW BOX TOPS BONUS APP

Earn even more cash to help Mossy Head School get what it needs through the Box Tops for Education® Bonus App. Turn your everyday receipts into cash for Mossy Head School. It’s free and as easy as 1-2-3. For more information, please go to www.boxtops4education.com/bonusapp

MHS welcomed Dads to school on September 28th for “Dads Take Your Child to School” Day which is part of Florida’s State Initiative to get fathers more involved in their children’s academic life.  The intent of this initiative is to highlight the significant difference fathers and father figures can make by taking a more active role in their children’s educational experience. When fathers play a more active role in a child’s education, children perform better academically; have fewer discipline problems; and become more responsible adults. We were pleased that so many fathers took this opportunity to become more familiar with our school and staff.