Posted by: The Sapia Science Blog | April 13, 2016

Rippowam PTO Announcments

Read up parents!

RIPPOWAM PTO E-NEWSLETTER — WEEK OF April 11, 2016
Rippowam Talent Show!
The Rippowam Talent Show is next Thursday, April 21 at 6:30 pm. Come out and see all the talent at Rippowam.
 
Rippowam Tag Sale — VOLUNTEER MEETING 4/14
Join us for the Rippowam Tag Sale on Saturday, April 30. It will take place in the two parking lots between Rippowam and AITE. We need volunteers to help run the event. Please email Nancy Herz at ten4nh@gmail.com if you would like to be on the committee. There is a meeting this Thursday, April 14 at 7:30 pm at Starbucks on High Ridge Road (near Trader Joe’s) for all who are interested.
 
Volunteers Needed For Raptor Dash
Volunteers are needed for RAPTOR DASH! This is the 2nd year of the event. It was a HUGE success last year! We need parents to volunteer to help run the course. We can’t do it without you! Please email Doris Tersigni-Frattaroli at dorriito@aol.com or Judy Klym at judyklym@gmail.com if you would like to help out. 
 
Support Rippowam Drama!
Spend a fun afternoon painting while supporting Rippowam Drama Club on Sunday, April 17th at Pinot’s Palette from 3 to 5 pm! Everyone welcome — please share with your friends!http://www.pinotspalette.com/stamford/class/93425
 
8th Grade Parents — Physical’s Needed for 9th Grade
As your student prepares to enter the 9th grade for the 2016-2017 school year, it is easy to get caught up in the excitement of your child moving on to the next stage in their academic career. The School Based Health Center is here to help you keep your student up to date with school and state requirements by offering our services during this busy time. It is a Connecticut state requirement for all 9th grade students to have a current physical exam (dated from 8/31/2015 or later) on file with the school nurse.

The School Based Health Center can provide the required physical exam, give vaccinations, and complete the required blue Connecticut State Health Assessment Form (HAR-3).  We are currently scheduling appointments for these physical exams at the Health Center, regardless of what high school your child will attend in the Fall. 


The Health Center is open during school hours, 
by appointment only.  The physical exams will be done during school time and limited to morning hours.  A parent/guardian must be present during the physical exam. Please call (203) 977-5130 so we can schedule a day and time that works best for you and your child. Get a jump start and call for an appointment today! 
 
Lost and Found
The Lost and Found bin next to the gym is over flowing. Please have your kids check it if you are missing any clothing items. 
 
Parent Volunteers 
If you are interested in volunteering for PTO activities, please email judyklym@gmail.com. Please include your name, student’s name and grade, phone number and email. 
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