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+UE PTO Meeting – Friday, May 17th
+UES After Prom Community Walk-Thru – Saturday, May 18th
+UE Eco and Recycling Fair is Saturday, May 18th
+ Third Annual Toy Drive for Tick Tock Daycare Center
+Brandywine Yoga Summer Camps
*****Message 1 of 5
Unionville Elementary parents:
Please join us for our last UEPTO meeting of the year on Friday, May 17th
at 9:15 in the SGI room.
*****Message 2 of 5
"UHS After Prom Returns to UHS Location! The Community Walk-Thru is May
18th from 630-830pm. Please come out and show your support!
The After Prom Committee at Unionville High School is proud to announce
the return of After Prom to the newly renovated High School. Like many
years before, parents and volunteers have been hard at work transforming
the high school into a themed-oriented event. It is their goal to keep the
students and community safe after prom. After Prom offers students a
memorable opportunity to join friends in a safe & fun environment while
providing activities, food and surprises. The event takes place "After
Prom" on May 18th from 11pm to 5am.
Once again, to entice students to attend, Scott Honda of West Chester, PA,
is generously donating a used car to one lucky student that registers and
attends the After Prom event… and what student would pass up the chance to
win a free car?
To follow the excitement, check them out on Twitter at UHSAP2013 and
Facebook at UHS After Prom 2013.
Remember, the Community Walk-Thru is May 18th from 630-830pm. Please come
see the high school transformed for this signature event! Donations will
be collected and are greatly appreciated!!
If you are a Unionville HS parent and want to help. Its not too late. We
still need volunteers for set up, to work the night of and take down.
Please go to our sign up genius link
*****Message 3 of 5
The UE Eco and Recycling Fair is Saturday, May 18th from 9am-2pm. Enjoy a
fun day of shopping with local eco-friendly vendors selling everything
from soaps, lotions and jewelry to art, organic dog treats and succulent
pies. Check out educational exhibits provided by area organizations
including the Brandywine Valley Association and Chester County Solid Waste
Authority. Bring your aluminum cans, small pieces of furniture, cabinetry,
used paint cans and old cellphones to support Trash Talkin' Ladies,
Habitat for Humanity and Cell Phones for Soldiers. There's something for
*****Message 4 of 5
4th graders Kate Holmes and Josie Cicchino are collecting gently used toys
for our 3rd Annual Toy Drive for Tick Tock Daycare Center in Kennett
Square. The center appreciates the toys for the kids. Any age toy - infant
up through Kindergarten. Toys are being collected up through Friday, June
Please send your student in with a used toy/game/video and have them place
it in the bin at the front of the school or if you are coming to pick up
your son/daughter there is a bin at the pick up area as well. No stuffed
E-mail Alison Holmes at email@example.com with any questions.
We appreciate your donation!
*****Message 5 of 5
Summer is just around the corner, and with it comes that familiar question
. . . what do we do to keep the kids occupied and entertained?! Start the
Summer off right with mini-camp at Brandywine Yoga. We're offering two
mini-camps this summer:
Just for Girls Yoga
June 17-21, 2013
Monday - Friday 1:00 - 3:00 pm
For tween girls ages 9 - 14
Girls will be encouraged to move with a greater sense of awareness and
heightened focus through age appropriate poses. Students will work on a
craft which will be completed by the end of the week, and will get a light
healthy snack each day. Yoga empowers pre-teens with self-confidence and
self esteem, aids in focus and concentration and helps manage stress,
anxiety and depression. A consistent yoga practice will enhance physical
performance needed in sports,dance and other activities. Cost: $155 in
advance and $160 on the first day of camp if space allows.
Pre-registration is recommended as space is limited.
June 24-28, 2013
Monday - Friday 1:00 - 3:00 pm
For Boys & Girls age 5-8
Students will explore yoga throughout the week through age appropriate
poses, cooperative games, songs and discussion. A yoga practice will
encourage focus, confidence, self-awareness and expression. Breathing and
visualization exercises will be incorporated to aid in relaxation.
Students will work on a craft which will be completed by the end of the
week and will get a light snack each day. Cost: $155 in advance and $160
on the first day of camp if space allows. Pre-registration is recommended
as space is limited.
Class size is small and space is limited, so we highly recommend
registering as soon as possible. Plus, you'll receive $5 off the price of
registration if you sign up now. To register, go to our website
www.brandywineyoga.com and click on the Kids Programs tab. Please feel
free to contact Lisa Sparta with any questions at 610-513-5033 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org. Brandywine Yoga is conveniently located in
Pocopson on Route 52 above Lenape Pizza.
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