Friday 6/23 from 12:30pm – 2:00pm.
Field Day is a ton of fun and we will need a lot of parent volunteers! Signup Genius link is below–
Field Day is a celebration of the end of the school year with a lot of activities and games. We will have fun stations like water balloon toss, rope climbing, 3-legged race, ring toss, etc and of course, a cold treat! The stations are both inside the school and outside on the playground, each run by a teacher and at least one parent volunteer.
Please mark your calendars and consider helping out!
Also, if anyone is interested in co-chairing Field Day for this year or next, please contact Wendy at email@example.com. Thanks!
“Do Ri Mi Fa So La Ti – oh let me see if I can make it easier..”
-Maria Von Trapp
That is just one of the many songs that our amazing talent from Kindergarten to Third grade classes will perform! Mr. Jacquet-Acea has been working with the kids for months to help prep them for this show. Thank you to all of those families that have sent in their RSVP. It’s not too late to join and it will help with the preparation of seating if you can send back the form sent home with your child. A copy of the form can be found here K-3 Music Concert.
You can also email or contact Mr. Jacquet-Acea at firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers are needed on June 14th to make the show a success! Go to our volunteer page to sign up!
Volunteers Needed to do the following:
Chair Setup: We need 200 chairs+ to setup prior to the show.
Prep Talent for Stage: I will need at least one adult per song to help get the students ready to come on stage and get them off stage. One other adult will be needed to have the next group prepared to go on after the first group has finished.
Sound System: Help students cue up songs, playing and stopping.
Stage Crew: Help students with supervision around with the microphones, curtains, tables and instruments on and off stage…
Ushers: Help audience get to their seats, and help to empty out after the first show has ended so we can get the second show of people seated. The first performance should go to 6:40 so there will be 20 minutes to complete that and start on time at 7pm for 2nd show.
Clean up: Put back all chairs under the stage and clean up anything left in the cafteria. Enlist parents to help out!
The Spring Fling Carnival is almost here! Thankfully the weather looks like it will cooperate. There are lots of opportunities to volunteer and get involved. Please go to our volunteer page to sign up and get into the groove at the carnival. The kids have a blast and the 5th graders have the opportunity in their last year to help work the carnival for the younger grades.
The kids are presenting “The Little Mermaid Jr.” at West Seattle High School. June 8th at 7pm, June 9th at 7pm and Saturday, June 10th at 2pm. The show runs about 1 hour and 15 minutes with one intermission.
There are so many ways to get involved in the school play! See below for job descriptions.
Tech Week kid-wranglers: These rehearsals can get fairly long as we stop to adjust lights and scenery etc. We need some parents willing to take groups of kids who are not on stage to play outside or hang out in another area of the school so our actors and crew can work.
*Show day kid wranglers: Lafayette staff! It would be great if you could take this on so that parents can be in the audience at our shows. I’ll need someone to do the same duties as described above, but during shows it’s mainly about keeping the kids quiet and occupied away from the stage door during the performance. Run time of the show is only about 1:15.
*Load in/Load out: Need a coordinator to recruit volunteers who can bring all scenery, set pieces, costumes etc. to the theater, and volunteers to strike the set after the show on Saturday June 10 and bring everything back to Lafayette.
*Hair and make-up: Need a volunteer(s) to gather the materials we’ll need and help kids with hair and make up design for the show.
*Concessions: Need a coordinator to solicit donations of snacks and drinks that we can sell at our shows to boost the profits we can use towards next year’s production! The coordinator will also be in charge of signing up volunteers to work before each show and at intermission.
Promotion and program: Need someone to design posters to advertise our show and put together a program. We have a cast member who has created an original design we’d like to use, and our show kit contains templates we can use for both the poster and program, so this should be an easy job for someone with computer skills.
Ticket sales: Sell tickets prior to the show at West Seattle High School.
Contact Mrs. Duke to learn more and you can also go to the volunteer sign up sheet.
Evening out on the Cycle Pontoon
Sign up to enjoy a 90 minute cycle pontoon boat cruise around South Lake Union. 5 more seats are available on this pontoon boat with individual pedals to make the paddlewheel move the boat through the water. You will be responsible to bring your own beverage of choice (adult beverages allowed, no glass) and any snacks to share with the group. A captain will be provided. When: June 15, 2017 from 7 – 8:30 p.m. Who: Purchase a seat for yourself (and a friend) How much: $35/person
Momma Bird Dance Party
Friday, June 2nd 8:00-10:30 pm $25/dancer Why should you sign up??
- It’s DANCING
- In West Seattle (you don’t have to leave your ‘hood!)
- We will play music you KNOW!
- Signature cocktails and nibbles included
- The Running Man and Roger Rabbit are encouraged
- Twerking will not be
- Your FitBit will track your dancing steps- it’s good for you!
- Your kids will be in bed when you get home
- It’s gonna be awesome!
- Chances are YenWor will follow!
- 33 more spots available
Space Tractor Benefit Concert
Come rock out with Space Tractor and close out your summer in fine form! August 25th at the Parliament Tavern in West Seattle. Band should go on at 8pm so don’t be late! 35 more spots available $25/person
Contact Karin Guidry to sign up.