Thanksgiving break is here! No school Monday, November 24th-Friday, November 28th. Enjoy this time of thanks with family and friends.
Coach Jodeen Hovend‘s Volleyball team organized, prepared, served, held an auction, and cleaned up for a fantastic fundraiser! Thanks to everyone who attended and thanks for supporting Spurling’s volleyball team.
ATTENTION SPURLING PARENTS OF ALL AGES K4-11th grades, TAKE THE NIGHT OFF. This is a great opportunity to NOT HAVE TO COOK DINNER!
Coach Hovend and grades 3rd-10th will be hosting a Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser NEXT TUESDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 14th at 6PM. Students will be preparing the dinner and serving it to YOU! Please come and help us accomplish our goal of a Sand Volleyball Court and Internet Compatible TV! We will be accepting donations at the time of the dinner. Baked goods made by students will be auctioned off for the cause.
We will also be launching our new Discount Movie Ticket Sale. We are going to be able to sell Studio Movie Grill movie tickets at a discounted price with the proceeds going towards improvements at Spurling. We are very excited about this new opportunity for entertainment and fundraising. You will also have a chance to buy raffle tickets with the chance of winning 10 movie passes! Up to a $100 value!
We will be needing students (3rd-10th) to stay after school to set up tables and prepare food for the evening. A permission form for these grades will be going home with your student today! Please sign and return with your child by FRIDAY!
Please contact the school with any questions regarding this exciting event!
Next Tuesday, October 14th we will be re-shooting the Spurling group school photo. Our photographer had an error with the lighting during the school group shot. So please dress your child in NAVY polo shirts with KHAKI bottoms! We appreciate your help in this matter.
On Wednesday, September 24, Spurling participated in the national See You At The Pole day of prayer. Parents, Students, and Teachers all met for prayer before classes started.
See You at the Pole, the global day of student prayer, began in 1990 with ten students praying at their school. More than two decades later, millions around the world pray on their campuses on the fourth Wednesday in September.
On Friday, Sept. 19th, Mrs. Purtell’s class and Mrs. Brisson’s class, went on a field trip to Krispy Kreme Donuts to celebrate “Talk Like a Pirate Day”. They enjoyed delicious donuts and listened to Mrs. Brisson read the book “How I Became a Pirate”.