The Bulldog Bulletin
March 2, 2015
Today’s Lunch: Chicken Sandwich, Wedge Fries, Peaches, and Cucumbers
Tuesday’s Lunch: Taco Salad, Chili Beans, Pears, and Sugar Cookie
Student Birthdays Today: Skyler Hale, Julian Torres, Gracie Snelling, and Kami Swartzlander
Student Birthdays over the Weekend: Xander Christianson, Loucinda Ruff, Adalynn Dunnuck, and Jenna James
After School Activities Today: Melt Magic until 4:45 and Karate Club until 4:30
Open Swim: The Tippecanoe Valley High School pool will be available for Open Swim during the months of March and April on Tuesday and Thursday nights (except March 17th). Swimming is from 6-8 pm. Open Swim is an opportunity for those who wish to swim for exercise or enjoyment. A lifeguard will be present; however, swimming instruction will not be provided. Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult. Proper swim attire is required. A fee of $2 per swimmer will be collected to cover lifeguard costs.
Akron Las Donas Club Leprechaun Leap: There will be a 5K/1 mile Fun Run on March 21st at Akron Elementary School. All proceeds will go to the Akron Youth League. The Fun Run (ages 12 & under) will begin at 8:30 am followed by the 5K at 9:00 am. Race day registration will be from 7:30 am-8:30 am. Register online at : www.GetMeRegistered.com/AkronLeprechanLeap
Plastic CapsThis is the last week we will be collecting caps! Caps can be put in the green bin outside the office.
Athletic/Academic Honors for Free Admission to HS Varsity Events : Students who have a report card from their most recent grading period, with all A's and B's on the report card, will get into any varsity contest at Tippecanoe Valley High School free with a paying adult admission.
CANI: Community Action of Northeast Indiana, is providing families in poverty assistance. CANI and Covering Kids & Families of Indiana want to ensure that 100% of Hoosier children have health care. Please visit their website for more information http://canihelp.org/Pages/default.aspx. Or you can contact Amanda Chappell at 260-423-3546 ext 333 or Corinna Krider at 574-372-3548.
Tax Help: Starting February 4, 2015, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) offers tax preparation assistance to lower income residents of Kosciusko County. VITA is provided in partnership with the William P. Gordon Institute for Enterprise Development at Grace College and Theological Seminary. Volunteers doing the tax preparation are IRS certified and available at multiple locations throughout Kosciusko County. During tax season residents may call 2-1-1 to schedule an appointment. VITA is supported by the United Way of Kosciusko County.
(USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer)