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Farnhamville Elementary Daily Announcements

August 21st - Open House (Back to School Night) 5-7

August 23rd - First Day of School!!

August 23rd & 30th - 2:20 Early Dismissal - Professional Development

                               

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Supply Request for Art

The elementary art/makerspace is in need of some supplies for future projects at various grade levels.  There will be more items needed throughout the year. Your help in providing any of the listed materials would be greatly appreciated.  If you feel you have other items which may benefit our program, please contact me at langner@prairievalley.k12.ia.us or call the school @ 467-5700. Leave a message and contact information. Together we can make a difference! Thanks so much for your support -- Ms.Barb Langner, K-4 art & math intervention

 

Cotton balls                    White paper plates

Cotton swabs (Q-tips)                Clean lids of various sizes(yogurt, margarine, milk)

Masking tape                    Plastic ring left over when tape dispenser is empty

Paper tubes of all sizes            Food coloring (squeeze bottles not glass)

Aluminum foil                    TIny boxes ( ex: bars of soap, raisins)    

CD discs (used or new)            Teal and Silver Permanent Markers

Borax (found in laundry aisle)            Shaving Cream

Corn Starch                    Gum drops

Zip ties                        Googlie eyes of various sizes

Unused Twisty ties from plastic Baggies    Craft sticks

Scrapbooking papers (random sheets left over from projects)

Clean Styrofoam trays (please none that have been in contact with raw meat)

Colorful adhesive dots (like those used to price items for a garage sale)

*** Please assure donated items have NOT been in contact with peanuts or tree nuts.


 

 

 

 

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