Camera shy volunteer cook Julianne Pennix agreed to model this T-shirt that bears the slogan of many elementary school mothers. Julianne and Steve are involved parents who work hard to make a difference for all of our children. Thanks Julianne for being our model parent.
Don't forget to check back for details about our writing contest! This will be a fun event with prizes for the kids.
Volunteer reader Robert Jordan brought his mother Dolores to the breakfast. Mr. Jordan will be reading Dr. Seuss stories to kindergarten and pre-school students this week. The smiles make Inyokern the Sunshine Capital of America.
The Pre-school rummage sale had some interesting items and many of them left with new owners. Little Junior Webmaster was born to shop for bargains and we brought home a few treasures.
PTO volunteers Cori Pryor and Helle Murphree discussing PTO business in between serving, cooking and cleaning duties. Michael Murphree brought rummage sale items and donated labor to the cause
Are you one of those people who believe in supporting your local school and the well-being of our children? The PTO can use your help.
Mrs. Webmaster was caught sweeping up gravel on Locust Street. She knows this is a safety concern because gravel on the roadway increases stopping distance. Inyokern has many volunteers who donate their time toward making our town a cleaner, safer place that our children can be proud of.
The Inyokern Community Association meets for roadside clean-up followed by sandwiches and drinks. Check the event calendar for the next meeting. This is a monthly task and we plan to work no more than 2 hours. Ask not what your town can do for you...
Inyokern Elementary PTO would like to to thank the following merchants for their very generous donations:
Albertson's Norma Street, Ridgecrest Eggs
K-mart Ridgecrest Pancake mix
McDonald's Ridgecrest Sausage patties
Schwan's Fine Foods Orange juice
Tender Cuts Meats Ridgecrest Bacon
Brian and Maggie Holm observe the children at the "What does this object feel like?" sensory experiment.
Little Junior Webmaster tries her hand at the "Sink or Float?" experiment.
Parents, children and teachers participated in the experiments.
Principal Virginia Cornell and first grade teacher Miss Maki.
Tuesday March 4 th Science Fair Photos
Dr. Seuss Pancake Breakfast
Mrs. Cooley has been doing great things with the official school site, look there for upcoming school events.