Daily Bulletin

Glen Lake School Bulletin for Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Just a reminder: If you pull into the right lane in the driveway, you are in the drive-up lane. Stay in line and in your car until the staff on duty signals you to pull in front of the school. If you wish to get out of your car and walk up, stay in the left lane and wait until there is an actual parking spot available for you in the lot. Thank you for your cooperation.

2nd Trimester Progress Reports will be sent home on Thursday, March 30th.

Spring recess will be April 24 - 28, no school.

The Little League Challenger Division provides the framework for us to offer a structured, athletic activity for ALL youth in our community. For more information we welcome you to visit the links below, or please feel free to contact Paul Lessard, our Director of the Challenger Division, directly at 603-620-8314, or via email at paullessard@goffstownJB.com. Registration is now open on the website and we hope you will join us for a safe, successful and, most importantly, FUN inaugural season! Learn more at goffstownjrbaseball.com .

Parents of incoming kindergartners can learn more about the kindergarten program at Glen Lake School by attending the Parent Information Night on Wednesday, May 17th.

Goffstown Babe Ruth Softball is now accepting registrations for the 2017 Spring season. Any girl between the ages of 5 - 16 years of age in Goffstown is welcome to play. There is a $50 registration fee for the 8U instructional league and a $70 registration fee for 10U, 12U and 16U divisions and includes a uniform. Online registration is available at www.leaguelineup.com/goffstownbaberuth. Contact Bruce Rand at 497-2822 or Kristen Baldyga at 497-2972 for additional information. Deadline to register is April 2nd.

New Boston Boy Scout Troop 123 is having a clothing drive to benefit our troop and The Epilepsy Foundation. We will be at the New Boston Town Hall parking lot on Saturday, April 29th and Saturday, May 6th from 10:00am to 12:00pm to accept your clothing donations. Please see the list below for accepted items:

Clothes: tops, pants, jeans, shorts ties/scarves, dresses, skirts, gowns, suites, sweaters, sweats, vests, blazers, tee-shirts, pj's, socks, tights, belts

Outerwear: coats, jackets, ski pants, mittens, gloves, hats, scarves, rain-gear, bathing suits, beach towels

Other Cloth Items: uniforms, costumes/dress up clothes, fabric/fabric scraps/yarn, linens, towels/wash clothes, drapes/curtains, sheets, pillow cases, tablecloths, cloth napkins, pot holders, blankets, comforters/duvets, sofa/chair covers, shoes/boots/flip flops/slippers, pocketbooks/backpacks/duffle bags

Don't forget about those single mittens, gloves and socks! Items are accepted in any condition - ripped, torn and/or stained we'll take it all!

Just a reminder: we can only accept fabric items, nothing else. Thank you for helping 2 great organizations help others.

For questions or to arrange for item drop off contact Trudy Nixon at (603) 487-2486 or Brian Evans at (603) 623-0778.

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