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Conference Week & Early Dismissal

It is already the end of the first trimester! There will be early dismissal for ALL students November 30th, December 8th. Kindergarten will be dismissed at 12:50 and 1st-8th grade will be dismissed at 1:35pm. Wednesdays will continue to be the normal 12:50pm dismissal time for all students.
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Latimer Bus Karaoke

Thank you to all of our generous families who donated to our fund drive at the beginning of the year! We EXCEEDED our fundraising goal and as a thank you, Latimer Staff promised a very unique version of Latimer Bus Karaoke! Enjoy!
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Learning Express Fundraiser

November 7th & November 8th - 10:00am to 7:00pm
Shop at Learning Express on November 7th and 8th and 20% of your total purchase will be donated to Latimer Home and School Club. Be sure to mention Latimer, bring the flyer, or show the flyer on your phone! Happy Shopping!
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Pennies for Patients & Dollar Days!

Our Latimer Middle School Leadership team are leading “Pennies for Patients” as a community service project. The drive will run through October 27th. Latimer Dollar Days! Help support the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society by participating in “Dollar Days”! If you donate $1 to “Pennies for Patients” during the week of October 23-26, you will be able to do something special on that day.

Oct. 23: 5 extra minutes for lunch recess
Oct. 24: picnic lunch with Ms. Huffman
Oct. 25: “Crazy for a Cure”: Monday and Tuesday, fill teachers’ boxes in the office for them to do something silly
Oct. 26“Stuck for a Buck”: get one strip of tape to help tape Ms. Bean and Mr. Mclelan to the playground ball wall
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MEF Pumpkin Patch

October 21st - International Festival
October 22nd - Wizard Training
October 27th - Terrifying Tunes and Day of the Dead Tamales
October 28th - MEF / SIM Carnival, Obstacle Course
October 29th - Pumpkin Carving, Obstacle Course
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Halloween Parade

Tuesday, October 31st at 8:30am
No fake blood, weapons, or face paint. Non-scary masks are ok as long as the student can see clearly through the mask and may only be worn during the parade.
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