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Holiday Shop information

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December 2016
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December 12-16th, during the school day and open until 6:00pm on Thursday.

The annual Holiday Shop will be open next week Monday through Friday. The hours are 8:00 am – 2:30 pm each day, with extended hours to 6:00 pm on Thursday, 12/15. During this time, students will get to shop for gifts, all priced between $.25 and $5.00. A variety of gifts, including mugs, ornaments, jewelry, toys, and more will be available.  The gifts are appropriate for parents, grandparents, siblings, friends and pets. 

Volunteers will assist children in their shopping, wrap gifts and simply help make the experience enjoyable. There are a lot of opportunities to help make this the best experience possible for all of our students.

Budget for Shopping

A Holiday Shop flyer will be coming home. On the back of it, discuss with your child who they want to purchase items for and the approximate amount to spend. Enclose the shopping list, along with CASH for purchases in a sealed envelope or ziploc bag labeled Holiday Shop. Be sure your child has their envelope with them on shopping day.

Volunteer to Help

During shop hours, volunteers will have roles such as shopping assistant, cashier, and wrapper. Volunteers will also assist those students not shopping with making holiday cards. The more hands available to help, the more enjoyable this experience will be for everyone. Click here to volunteer.


Donations are essential in helping to make this a success. Many supplies are needed for wrapping and card making. Additionally, you are welcome to donate items appropriate to sell in the Holiday Shop. Click here to see donations that are needed.

Thank you for your time, donations and attention to this event. From our families to yours, may you have an enjoyable holiday season.

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