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Kraxberger News - Gladstone Schools
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November 2012
Intramural Boys
Basketball
Boys intramural basketball begins November
26th. No experience is necessary! All 6th, 7th, and
8th grade boys welcome!
The season will be six weeks long with games or
practices generally four afternoons a week. There
are no intramural activities on Wednesdays. Practices run from 3:15 to 4:30 and games may be either
3:30 to 4:15 or 4:15 to 5:00. Students are responsible for their own transportation home.
All players must have a physical on file which will be
good for two years from the time the physical was
performed. There is a district sports physical form
which must be filled out and returned to the main
office. Also, a registration form and a $50.00 fee
must be turned in to the office. Both forms are located at the office. If you have any questions please
contact Mrs. McDonnell at 503-655-3636.
Remember
Sunday, Nov. 4- 2:00 a.m.
Daylight Savings Time Ends!
Set clocks back 1 hour!!
“No School” Days
November 12th (Monday)
Veteran’s Day
November 19 & 20 (Mon. & Tues.)
Furlough Days
November 21- 22 (Wed. - Thurs.)
Thanksgiving Holiday
November 23 (Friday)
Non-contract Day
ACADEMIC SUPPORT
LAST DAY FOR LATE WORK!!
First trimester Academic Support
11/7: Math/Science/All 6th Grade
11/14: All Subjects, All Grades
Tuesday, November 27th is DEADLINE
FOR INCOMPLETE/IMPROVED WORK to
be turned in.
HOLIDAY
LUNCHEON
Thursday, November 15th
Come one, come all!! Join your student for the
Thanksgiving Holiday Lunch. Enjoy turkey gravy,
mashed potatoes, dressing, green beans, roll, pumpkin
pie and super salad bar. Adult lunch is $3.60.
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Clothes
Closet!
The Kraxberger Clothes Closet is almost
full thanks to all of the generous donations we have received!
There are some items that we could use a few more
of: gloves, boys and girls shoes in sizes 3 and 4, boys
belts in all sizes and boys jeans size 8-10. We could
also use donations of NEW boys and girls underwear.
Thank you!
November 2012
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BACKPACK BUDDY
PROGRAM
The Backpack Buddy Program provides
children from John Wetten and Kraxberger
schools with weekend meals during the school year.
Local businesses, civic groups, churches and individuals help collect kid-friendly non-perishable food. The
children receive a bag of food to help support the makings of a meal for the family for a weekend.
If you would like to donate food,
NOVEMBER item is: Canned Fruit
If your child is need of clothing or supplies please contact Counselor Kim Nomensen at 503-655-3636.
Drop off locations are in the front offices at John Wetten and Kraxberger . If you have questions about the
program, please call Jennifer Merry, Backpack Buddy
Program coordinator at 503.496.3964.
Box Tops For
Education
It’s time to start “clipping, saving, and turning in” Box
Tops For Education! Look for the coupons on specially marked boxes. Students will turn the coupons
into their Power Time class. Visit btfe.com for a
complete list of participating products. Thank you for
helping us raise money for our school!
Canned Food Drive
Week of November 5-9
Kraxberger has a tradition of helping others in our
community. One annual project is to collect canned
food to assist families in need during the holiday season.
The winner of the class competition will be determined by the number of items collected by each Power Time class. The winning classroom will receive a
pizza party.
Please send your canned food during the week
of November 5-9.
Gladstone School Bazaar
Saturday, November 3rd
John Wetten Elementary
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Mark your calendar! The gym/cafeteria at JWE
will be buzzing with excitement. The gym is
handicap accessible and it’s easy to peruse the
tables (gym entrance is on Chicago Ave). The
Boy Scouts will be serving beverages, lunch and
treats.
Both new and returning vendors will provide a
large variety of items at reasonable prices. Fall,
Thanksgiving, Christmas, gift, food, personal
and home décor items abound. Popular sale
items include hand painted ornaments, painted
wood decorations, floral and the ever-present
snowmen! Jump start your holiday shopping
and support local crafters!
For more information, call Tenna Reed at
503-997-7068. .
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WE LOVE OUR
VOLUNTEERS!
A BIG SHOUT OUT to our
PARENT VOLUNTEERS!!
Thanks to all of you for the many hours spent
during fall registration, the first day of school, picture day, the magazine sale, our field trips and
attendance calling. Your tireless efforts are much
appreciated!
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY
The Attendance Office is still in need of some
parent volunteers to assist with the daily attendance calls in the morning from 9:15 to 10:00. If
interested, please contact Mrs. Southmayd at
503.650.2572.
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Fall Choir Concert
Thursday, November 1st
7:00 pm
The Kraxberger Choir and
the Gladstone High School
Chorale and Jazz Choirs
are looking forward to
performing for family,
friends and community members during their
fall concert.
The concert will be held on Thursday, November 3rd at 7:00 p.m. in the Gladstone
High School Auditorium. Admission is free!
IMPORTANT REMINDER FOR PARENTS
When possible please limit the number of messages sent to your student during the school day. Each
message requires the office to interrupt classes when they are in session. This includes delivering lunches after the start of school. Thank you!
YEARBOOK ORDERS DUE
The deadline for ordering a yearbook is November 9th. Cost is $20.
Please make checks payable to WLK!
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November 2012
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Gladstone School Board
Meeting
Wednesday, November 14
6:30 p.m.
GHS Demonstration Room
ATTENTION PARENTS!
Please refer to our school website at
www.gladstone.k12.or.us/WLK to sign up for
email alerts reporting important information.
AND…
Don’t forget to call our school office
before 9:00 a.m., 503.655.3636 any
day your child will be absent or
REMINDER!
Students may enter the building at 7:45 a.m. to go
to the cafeteria or work with a teacher!
Kraxberger Middle School
Student of the Month
Throughout the year, teachers will be selecting a Student of the Month to recognize positive behaviors that demonstrate safe, respectful and responsible contributions to our school community.
These students will receive a certificate, be recognized at a special pizza party, and student names
will appear in the monthly newsletter.
The following students were selected Students of the Month for the month of:
October
Harmony Ames-Imel
Tori Durling
Andrew Rash
Kailynn Anderson
Matthew Fergus
Kaylee Rogers
Baylee Ausmus
Devin Hall
Logan Saltares
Autumn Beale
Emily Hodge
Miranda Seghers
Brandon Buchanan
Emily Hunt
Jillian Sharp
Grace Campbell
Moses Ivanov
Zorina Sirosh
Elissa Carbajal
Ryan Kent
Jadon Smith
Grace Chappell
Yalin Li
Lanie Sticka
Cassady Coyle
Nancy Linares-Valdez (2) Angeles Valenzuela Cervantes
Cathy Duriling
Hunter Phung
Graham Vaughn
Noah Zollin
Kraxberger Middle School
Monday
Produce of
the
Month:
Pears
5
Breakfast
Fruit Muffin
Lunch
Homemade Bean
Soup
Turkey and
cheese sandwich
Burrito
12
Veterans
Day
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
1
Breakfast
Bagel/cream
cheese
Lunch
Homemade Mac
and Cheese
6
Breakfast
Scrambled
eggs/toast
Lunch
Bean and Cheese
Burrito
Chicken Nuggets
13
Breakfast
Breakfast
Burrito
Lunch
Chicken
Quesadilla on a
WW tortilla with
Black Beans
7
Breakfast
French toast/ turkey
sausage
Lunch
BBQ Turkey Sandwich
with green beans
Hamburger or
cheeseburger
14
Breakfast
Pizza Bagel
Lunch
BBQ Chicken
Roasted Potatoes
WW Roll
19
NO SCHOOL
Chicken Nuggets
20
NO SCHOOL
Hamburger or
cheeseburger
21
NO SCHOOL
26
27
28
Breakfast
Pancake with
Turkey sausage
Lunch
Carrot Lentil
Brown rice
casserole
Burrito
2012
November
Breakfast
Breakfast
sandwich
Lunch
Chicken Nacho
with Black beans
Chicken Nuggets
Breakfast
Fruit Muffin
Lunch
Beef stroganoff
Hamburger or
cheeseburger
Pizza
8
Breakfast
Biscuit/sausage
gravy
Lunch
Sloppy Joes with
Roasted Squash
Pizza
15
Breakfast
Bagel/cream
cheese
Thanksgiving
dinner, Turkey
gravy, mashed
potatoes,
dressing, pumpkin
dessert
Pizza
2
Breakfast
Waffle/sausage
Lunch
Popcorn Chicken
with mashed
potatoes and
country gravy
Hot dog
9
Breakfast
Cinnamon Roll
Lunch
French Bread
Pizza
Hot dog
16
Breakfast
Waffle with
Turkey
sausage
Lunch
Breakfast 4 lunch
Pancake
Sausage
22
Hot dog
23
NO SCHOOL
29
30
Pizza
Hot dog
Happy
Thanksgiving
Breakfast
Waffle/Turkey
sausage
Lunch
Chicken Nuggets
with Tater Tots
Breakfast
Biscuit & sausage
sandwich
Lunch
Tomato Soup
Toasted Cheese
sandwich
Everyday offering: Lunch
Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich
Turkey Ham/cheese or Turkey/cheese or Tuna or
Egg salad sandwich
Chicken Sandwich
Pre made Chef Salad
1% or Fat Free White Milk
Fresh Salad Bar
Everyday offering: Breakfast
Yogurt
Cereal
Oatmeal
Bagel/cream cheese
Fresh fruit or Can fruit
1% or Fat Free white milk
Pear Fritters
Pear fritters are SOOO good with ham! Really with any light colored meat where a little sweetness is a
good thing. This would be good with sausages in the morning, as well! Mmmmmm . . ."
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READY IN30 mins
Ingredients
1 tablespoon olive oil
1/8 teaspoon black pepper
1 pear - peeled, cored and diced
1 egg
2/3 cup all-purpose flour
3 tablespoons milk
1 teaspoon baking powder
oil for deep frying
1/4 teaspoon salt
Directions
1. Heat olive oil in a skillet over medium-high heat. Sauté the pears until caramelized; set aside to
cool.
2. Meanwhile, in a medium bowl combine flour, baking powder, salt and pepper; form a well in the
center. In a small, separate
bowl beat the egg with the milk and pour into the dry
ingredients; mix well.
3. Gently fold pears into the batter.
4. Heat deep fryer to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Drop batter by rounded spoonfuls into hot
oil, and fry until golden brown. Drain briefly on paper towels. Serve hot.
Menu is subject to change
Gladstone School District is an equal opportunity provider.

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