The National PTA Reflections themed art competition kicks off its eighth year at Montgomery with the introduction of this year’s contest theme, Within Reach.
The PTA Reflections program is an annual arts contest available to all students across the country. The contest encourages students to explore their artistic talents and pursue creative expression in the categories of dance choreography, film production, literature, musical composition, photography, and visual arts. Each year the program challenges students to create art inspired by a specific theme, which is chosen from hundreds of entries from their annual Theme Search competition.
All students at Montgomery are encouraged to participate in the art contest. Works will be divided into two divisions, a primary division for pre-k through second graders, and an intermediate division for third through fifth graders. Qualifying work will be scored in a blind judging event by a panel of local artists. A Reflections Celebration will be to display entries, announce winners, and acknowledge and award all participants.
For more detailed contest information, program rules and to download an entry form go to the MES Reflections Website: https://montgomeryelementaryreflections.shutterfly.com/
Entry deadline dates will be announced later this month. Don’t miss this great opportunity for your child to develop and explore his or her creativity!
Announcing a new Water Polo Club for Chamblee. CCHS Water Polo Club invites all middle and high school students to the Fall Water Polo practice season. Water Polo is a great fall sport to keep you in shape for High School swim team, basketball or just all around a fun team sport. This is a new club opportunity for Chamblee, so get in on the ground floor. Our Club goal is to build interest and skill set to petition for a Chamblee Team with GHSWPA.
Beginning August 10th, morning practice will be Tuesday/Thursday 6:30-7:30amat the CCHS Pool. Come out and try your hand at polo. No commitment necessary for preconditioning practice on Aug 10th. Parent meeting August 13th, location/time TBD.
Please contact polo player, Louis Cardot (email@example.com) or booster club president representative Bonnie Buell (firstname.lastname@example.org) to get on the email list for updates and booster participation.
Students are asked to wear shirts that are solid colored white, blue or yellow. NO RED! Shirts can be collared, crew, or v-neck. Style can be blouses, polo, oxford, turtlenecks, vests, sweatshirts, and sweaters with or without the Montgomery Elementary Mustang logo. Bottoms should be solid color dark or khaki pants, jeans, shorts, skirts, jumpers, skorts or capris. Skirts, jumpers, skorts or shorts must reach to extended fingertips when students are standing.
No baggy attire is allowed. Shoes worn to school should be appropriate for P.E. and fresh air time. The Clothes Closet is FREE and carries gently-used dress code items that have been donated by others. Spirit wear will also be available to order online this fall.
Due to CCHS needing to prepare the gym for registration day, we have had to cancel middle school volleyball tryouts on August 3rd. Tryouts will now be on August 1st, 2nd, and 4th from 5:30 pm until 7:30 pm in the CCHS gym. We are sorry for the inconvenience but hope that all interested players are able to attend at least two days of tryouts.
The CCHS volleyball coaches will be holding a Middle School Clinic on July 25th, 26th, and 27th from 9 am until 12 pm in the CCHS gym. Cost of this clinic is $125. Registration is open on the Chamblee volleyball website (http://chambleevolleyball.weebly.com).
I just got information on this, for any parents with children at CMS: Chamblee Middle School is excited to announce our new Principal, John Martin. Mr. Martin comes to us from Rockdale County and was a teacher at Sequoyah Middle back in 1993.
Please come for a meet and greet this Wednesday, July 13, 2016 at 6:00 pm at Chamblee Middle. We look forward to seeing you.
Some exciting progress happening on the Montgomery Playground!! Thank you to the Mustang Foundation and everyone who contributed to the Mustang Fund to help make this possible! The basketball court will start soon!