Enatai PTSA Newsletter
January 25, 2019

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Upcoming Events

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January 28 -------- Professional Day: NO SCHOOL
January 30 -------- Upcoming Events Information Meeting 9:30-11:00
February 1 -------- Passport Club Check *CORRECTION*
February 1 -------- Spring Book Fair Preview: K/1st Grades *CORRECTION*
February 1 -------- 4th Grade Parents' Coffee
February 1 -------- Movie Night
February 4 - 8 ---- Spring Book Fair Week
February 6 -------- Book Fair Family Night
February 6 -------- PTSA Board Meeting
February 7 -------- Staff Appreciation Lunch: 2nd Grade
February 13 ------- Kindergarten Information Night 6:30-7:30pm
February 18-22 --- Midwinter Break: NO SCHOOL
February 28 ------- Principal and PTSA Coffee Hour


Volunteer Dashboard 

Volunteer Dashboard
Volunteer Opportunity Questions? Needed Progress
Movie Night Volunteers 2/1 Movie Chair 16 0
Scholastic Book Fair Volunteers 1/31-2/8 Book Fair Chairs  120 11
Toast to Enatai Volunteers and Donations Toast Chairs 25 10
Passport Club checkers 2/1 *Date Correction* Passport Club Chair 24 6
5th Grade Events Chairs (see webpage) President Amy Hart 8+ 6
Read-a-thon Co-Chair Readathon Chair 2+ 1

Author Visit: Kathryn Otoshi 1/29

With funding from the PTA and Bellevue Schools Foundation, Kathryn Otoshi is coming to Enatai for two presentations on Tuesday Jan 29.

Kathryn Otoshi is a multi-award winning author, illustrator and national/international speaker living in Los Angeles. She travels to schools across the country to encourage children to develop strong character assets, and helps teachers find customized, creative methods to engage students through reading, art and the power of literature. She is best known for her character-building book series, “Zero”, “One”, “Two.” Her most recent books, “Beautiful Hands” and “Draw the Line" make important statements about reaching out and building community.

Upcoming Events Information Meeting 1/30

Want to learn more about Science Fair, Toast of Enatai, Multicultural Night, Staff Appreciation Week or other upcoming PTSA events?

Join us on Wednesday, January 30th from 9:30 to 11 a.m. in the STEM room!
Event and Program Chairs will give a brief overview of their upcoming or ongoing projects.  Have questions about your favorite event?  This is your chance to interact directly with the PTSA Chairs in charge.   Planning for the rest of the year's special events is underway and you can learn about it all now!  Contact: Room Parent Coordinator Jennifer Strophy for more information.

Movie Night 2/1: Sign Up to Help

Trolls (2016) will be the featured attraction at Movie Night, scheduled for Friday, February 1, 6:00-8:00 p.m. in the Enatai Multipurpose Room. Please mark your calendar, and join other neighborhood familiesfor an evening of fun. Admission is free.

Help run our movie "theatre"! Sign up here.

Movie Night is a fun family event. No drop-offs allowed. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Please arrive early to select your seats, get your treats from the snack bar, and enter the free prize drawings. Chairs are provided, but you are welcome to bring blankets, sleeping bags, and/or pillows.

Trolls is rated PG. Check the movie CommonSenseMedia.org review for more information.


Scholastic Book Fair: Volunteers needed!

Enatai PTSA will be hosting our Spring Scholastic Book Fair February 4-8th.  There will be an Evening Shopping Event Wednesday February 6th from 5:30-7:30pm.  Hosting a Scholastic Book Fair helps Enatai PTSA earn Scholastic Dollars to purchase books for each classroom and school library as well as "Scholastic News" for ALL students.  

Our students love this chance to select and purchase books all on their own!  Help make their experience a positive one by volunteering to staff our "pop-up" shop!  If you have questions, please email bookfair@enataiptsa.org.



Reminder: 4th Grade Parents’ Coffee 2/1

WHAT: 4th Grade Parents’ Latte Hour 
WHO: All 4th Grade Parents Invited
WHERE: Dilettante Mocha Cafe: 1450 114th Ave. SE in the Conifer Bldg. at Bellefield Office Park
WHEN: Friday, February 1, 8:15 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.
FEATURING: For each guest, modern calligraphy artist and Enatai resident Olivia Burns will be on hand to create a complimentary bookmark or Valentine, personalized with a name or phrase. Ms. Burns is an alumnus of Enatai Elementary and recent graduate of Bellevue High School. 
HOSTED BY: Sharon Pang (4th grade parent)


Community Corner 1/25

See new listings below.  Find the full list of Community Corner offerings on our website.

Bellevue West Little League
Bellevue West Little League welcomes you to register your child for baseball / softball for ages 4-15.

Please visit www.bwll.org to signup today!

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