Miss Representation Film Screening has been Rescheduled

On February 28, 2013 at 6:30 p.m., we will host a free screening of the movie Miss Representation. This is the rescheduled date from the night in the Fall when we had to postpone due to weather.  There will be child care available for $5 per child, and we hope to see lots of moms, dads, guardians, grandparents, teachers, administration and RIC students and faculty for a viewing of this important movie about the portrayal of girls and women in the media.  Depending upon the size of the crowd, the movie will be shown in either the teacher’s lounge or the cafeteria.  You can get more information about the movie at http://www.missrepresentation.org/ or watch the trailer below.  Hope to see you there.  So that we can coordinate on venue, please contact Machua Millett as soon as possible if you plan to attend and if you will need child care.

 

Newest Miss Representation Trailer (2011 Sundance Film Festival Official Selection) from Miss Representation on Vimeo.

Still Room Available for the Thursday Mad Science Session

The scientists from Mad Science will be back at HBS to offer their Everyday Science series!  Anyone who has submitted a registration or signed up on line has been contacted via email. The Tuesday session has closed registration and is full.  If you are interested in signing up for the Thursday class, you can either register on line or using a paper form.

Lost your form?  Please contact Susan Lillsebbas (lillsebbasfamily@gmail.com) to obtain a new form.

Save the Date: PawSox Game on May 5th

PawsThe HBS Chorus will be performing the national anthem on Sunday, May 5th at 1:05 pm at the PawSox Game at McCoy Stadium.  Mark your calendars to come out and support our chorus and show your HBS spirit.  Tickets will be on sale for $10 each.  Kids even get to run the bases after the game! Flyers will be going home in backpacks shortly with more details.

 

Volunteers Needed for the Scholastic Book Fair Next Week

Hi HBS Parents/Caregivers!

Want a chance to get to see your child visit the BookFair?  Want a fun, easy way to contribute some time to help make this fun activity even more successful?

It’s time for the winter HBS Scholastic Book Fair “Story Laboratory” (Tues Feb12 – Thurs Feb14) and we’re hoping at least 1 parent from each grade can help out this time.   SIGN UP for your choice of the many 2-hour blocks possible  between 8-2p or Tuesday night during Family Pasta Night. (Note: teachers have reserved their class visit time so of you’re interested in that specific time let me know).  

If you’d rather help ‘behind the scenes’, you might want to donate refreshments for Preview Day 2/11, to help Set Up 2/8, Pack Up 2/14, or help divide up the brochures for teacher mailboxes.

Follow this link below to go to Volunteer Spot to sign up for any of the various ways to help: http://tinyurl.com/HBSbookfairFEB

Thanks and feel free to email me at jrey@providencebehavioral.org if you prefer or with any questions 

Jannette Todaro, HBSPA Bookfair Chairperson