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Boone Parent Email Group
This email list is to be used by parents of kids zoned to Boone Elementary for the purpose of exchanging information useful to life in our neighborhood. This is a private group independent of the school/PTO. All posts/opinions are those of the individual.
Any announcements about opportunities can be sent out to this Email Group.
You can request to join via the link below or email Ashley Boone at email@example.com.
Any announcements about opportunities can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
REGISTER NOW FOR HIGHLAND PARK GIRLS’ LACROSSE
View more info on the flyer attached.
• Registration OPEN from 8/22 – 9/5
• Available to girls’ grades 2-12
• NO LATE REGISTRATONS ACCEPTED
• TO REGISTER VISIT: WWW.HPGIRLSLAX.COM/REGISTER
***follow us on social media
Instagram / Twitter: @hpgirlslax
Facebook: Highland Park Girls Lacrosse
On Tuesday, September 14th at 9:30am, parents of dyslexic students are invited to Curtis Park for the first Decoding Dyslexia Park Cities meeting of the school year. Leaders will share news regarding revisions to the Texas Dyslexia Handbook, as well as give updates on legislative efforts, the federal investigation into the Texas dyslexia system, the dyslexia program in HPISD, and most importantly how each of these impacts dyslexic students.
While this meeting will be informative, it will primarily be an opportunity for parents to offer support, encouragement, and guidance to one another. ALL PARENTS ARE WELCOME and arriving late or leaving early is never a problem. Parents should park on Lovers Ln. across from University Park Elementary and bring a chair to sit under the shade trees. Coffee and muffins will be provided.
Decoding Dyslexia Park Cities aims to raise dyslexia awareness, empower families to support their students, and inform policy makers on best practices to identify, remediate, and support students with dyslexia in HPISD. Learn more at DDPC.org.
Join Northway Christian Church for some upcoming service activities! More information can be found in this flyer.
Blood Drive: Saturday, Sept. 25, 12-5pm
Service Project (Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance): Saturday, Sept. 25th, 12-3pm
Service Project (Catholic Charities): Sunday, Sept. 26th, 1-3pm
Girls Everywhere Meeting the Savior
Who: All girls grades 1-4 @ Boone Elementary
What: Gems is a mom-led, multi-denominational Bible Study which strives to teach the good news of Jesus and the love of God for everyone.
When: Grades meet separately once a month before school, Sept – April, breakfast included!
Where: Northway Christian Church
Why: To foster spiritual growth and friendship
For questions or to sign your daughter up please email us at BooneGemsInfo@gmail.com