I hope you all had a happy Cinco de Mayo and found a way to eat some delicious Mexican food yesterday.
I had a niece get married on Saturday in the Provo City Temple, so it was a wonderful weekend spent with my younger siblings, a brother from Pasco, Washington and sister from Muncie, Indiana. Laura and I took my sister and her husband to Comedy Sports in Provo on Friday night. Lots of laughs topped off with some delicious ice cream from the Rockwell Ice Cream Company! My family activities kept me off my bike on Saturday, which is probably a good thing because my bike team did a “Century Ride” (100 miles) around Utah Lake. That is the ride last year that when I clipped the back tire of a fellow rider and fell off my bike, and the next thing I remember is being unloaded from an ambulance at Utah Valley Hospital. After receiving the ambulance and doctors’ bills it turned out to be a very expensive bike ride!
YAY! CARNIVAL IS TODAY FROM 4-8 PM AT THE SCHOOL. THANK YOU SO MUCH TO THOSE WHO HAVE SIGNED UP TO VOLUNTEER!
CLICK HERE https://www.alpinepta.org TO SEE YOUR SPOT OR SIGN UP WE STILL NEED 5 MORE VOLUNTEERS. SEE YOU THERE!
IF YOU PRE- ORDERED YOU CAN PICK IT UP AT THE CARNIVAL IN THE WILL CALL LINE, OR BUY PUNCH CARDS AND WRISTBANDS THERE. AS A THANK YOU FROM THE PTA, ALL STUDENTS HAVE RECEIVED A $2 PUNCHCARD TO USE ANYWHERE IN THE CARNIVAL. STUDENTS SHOULD HAVE RECEIVED THE CARDS ON FRIDAY FROM THEIR TEACHERS.
Good luck to our 5th graders as they participate in Hope of America this week!
Below is a link to register for our school’s Summer Chinese Club. The 10:15am-12:00pm session has a wait list, but there are still spots in the 8:45-10:30am session. If you have registered but haven’t submitted payment to the school office, please do so this week to avoid being moved to the wait list. If you registered for the wait list, do not send payment unless we let you know that your child has a spot. Questions may be sent to[email protected].
And I am also attaching a flyer to another Chinese Camp that is offered here in Alpine.
Have a great week, and as always, remember that it is a great day to be an Eagle!
Dave Perdue, Principal
Alpine School District