Dine out for Madrona K-8 is a fundraising event for our school and PTSA. The participating restaurants on 34th Avenue have agreed to donate a portion of their sales that night to us! We are building on our arts programming during the school day as well as our after school programming, and this night is one of our largest fundraisers, with a goal of $5,000. Come join our students, families, staff, and friends in celebration of this partnership between the Business Owners of Madrona (BOOM), our restaurants, and our school. If you would like to find out more, please visit our PTSA website www.madronapantherpartners.org.
For various reasons we didn’t plan very well for our Christmas feast. Surely there must be some restaurants open today – does anyone know of any within 30 minutes walk from Garfield?
Thanks for any suggestions!
Just FYI neighbors – We live near 25th and Cherry and were out during lunchtime yesterday for about an hour. We got back and found that the house had been broken into – they forced open the back door and took a few small electronic items and cheap jewelry (good luck selling on the fake diamond earrings guys!). At least they didn’t wreck the place. So be vigilant and keep small valuables out of sight!
Our neighbor’s yellow lab went missing today from his back yard on 25th between Jefferson and Alder. The dog’s name is Shadow, he’s very friendly, he’s wearing a collar and he’s chipped. If you see him, please call Scott at (206) 303-9303.
UPDATE: Shadow is now home, safe and sound.
Leschi Elementary is getting a new playground!
Please join us to help build it on Saturday, July 26th!
For many of you out there, Leschi Elementary is your reference school and whether you are a current parent, future parent or community member you are most welcome!
Your support is greatly appreciated!
The new playground is made possible with funding and volunteer power from Washington Mutual, the Leschi Elementary community, the Seattle School District and KaBOOM (a national playground advocacy organization).
March 12th – Leschi Elementary’s annual Jumpathon fundraiser!
The fifth graders will jump rope, double-dutch, and have a great time to raise money for their trip to Camp Orkila on Orcas Island. The two-hour Jumpathon will begin at 3:45 in the Leschi gym. Please stop by to cheer them on!
Your support is welcome from now until the students leave for Camp Orkila in June.
Even if you can’t make it to the Jumpathon, your donation of any amount for the students would be greatly appreciated and is 100% tax deductible. Checks should be made out to Leschi Elementary School/ASB (note “Camp Orkila Support” in the memo section).
Please stop by Leschi (32nd and Yesler) or mail your donation to: Camp Orkila Support, c/o Leschi Elementary School, 135 32nd Ave., Seattle, WA 98122.
Leschi is proud to be one of only six elementary schools in the state honored as a School of Distinction for the 2007 – 2008 school year.
Thank you for supporting your neighborhood school!