Gator Bites

March 14, 2017

Gamble's Production of Annie
Ladies and Gentlemen, the wait is over. On Friday March 17th and Saturday March 18th, Gamble Montessori presents "Annie Jr." starring students in all four Jr. High Communities. Tickets are on sale now at $4 for students, and $7 adults. Both performances are at 7 P.M. in the Gamble Auditorium. A limited supply of shirts will be sold both nights for $20. We look forward to seeing you next weekend!

Pigeon Forge Meeting for 7th graders
7th graders, it is already time to begin thinking about next year's marine biology study in Pigeon Key Florida. An important organizational meeting, with information about timelines, costs, and other details will be Wednesday, March 22nd from 6 to 8 in the auditorium. This meeting is for all 7th grade students and their parents. 

Summer Reading Program
Over the summer, there are a number of Reading Skills and Speed Reading Programs offered in the Cincinnati area. There is a program for all ages starting at age 4 up to adult programs. All programs meet once a week and tuition varies based on program grade. Please ask about their family discount. For more information, or to register call 1-800-570-8936. 

The following announcements are from our seniors who are working on the Gators Give Back portion of their senior project. We urge you to find a way to get engaged in one or more of these projects:

Concussion Awareness Convention
There is going to be a concussion awareness convention in the Gamble gym on March 22, 2017 from 4-5pm. If you are interested in learning about prevention, causes, and treatment of concussions, we hope to see you there.  Please enter in the front doors by the main office. This concussion awareness event is free of charge.

Fundraiser
Do you want to help raise money for transgender boy scouts? Well now you can. Gofundme.com/transgender-boy-scouts is a fundraiser created by a senior at Gamble Montessori. Our goal is to raise $1,000 and the money will be given to a troop in Cincinnati to help pay registration and other fees for transgender boys in the troop. Money not assigned to a specific troop at the end of the school year will go to Scouts for Equality, which is an LGBT scouting organization.

As always, there are lots of ways to get involved at Gamble Montessori, where we make a commitment to learning every day, and we will see you there

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