Unity School Weekly FYI

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Unity School FYI:



Friday, October 18: Half day- early student dismissal- teacher work day

Tuesday, October 22: Unity Peace Day- more info to follow

Wednesday, October 23: Parent Conference Day- no students

Thursday, October 31: Halloween Half Day- early student dismissal- teacher work day


Message from the school nurses:

Preschool Health Policy 2019-20

Elementary_ Middle School Health Policy 2019-20


Lessons in Living Unity School Peace Day:

Tuesday, October 22 in the Unity gymnasium.

Program begins at 8:40 a.m.



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Mustang Pride!

Last day to order shirts is Monday, October 21!!!

Wear your MUSTANG  to show support at the games and the pep rallys!!!!

UNITY SCHOOL MUSTANG SPIRIT T-SHIRT ORDER FORM:  Click here to order https://bit.ly/2medRYc



Please remember to save your newspapers and large plastic covers (from sour cream, yogurt, etc.) for Ms. Bell in the Art room.  Thank you.




Upcoming Events 

JOIN T.E.A.M. UNITY:  Together Everyone Achieves More.”

ANNUAL GOLF CLASSIC SATURDAY 10/19/19:  Calling all Golf players! Join fellow Unity parents and friends for a day of golf at the beautiful Seagate Country in Delray Beach. Exciting new LIVE Auction, FREE Tuition Hole-in-One & much more! To see more details and register go to:  https://unityschool.com/support-unity/special-events/golf-tennis/



SAVE THE DATE – Next Pep Rally October 30th at 2:35 in the Unity gymnasium



BOOK FAIR 11/4-11/8 –

There’s SNOW Much To Read! The Arctic Adventure Book Fair is Coming! Unity School’s Book Fair begins Monday, November 4th and continues to Friday, November 8th. Look for more information in the weekly FYI’s. Parents are invited to attend the Book Fair with their children. It is a great time to be on campus, to pass on the joy of reading, and have fun as we get ready to experience the Arctic in a blizzard of great books! Please contact the Book Fair Adventurers, Melissa Afonso (mafonso99@comcast.net), Melinda Blonshine (melindablonshine@gmail.com), Joan King (joanjoab5273@gmail.com), Kim Lewis (knsnake@aol.com) or Rigel Herman (rigelherman@gmail.com).

The next Book Fair Meeting is on Monday, October 21st at 8:30 in theLibrary.



Calling all Polar Bear Dads and their Cubs too!

Join us for a snowy good time at the Arctic Adventure Book Fair – where a blizzard of books accompanied by fresh bagels and refreshments await. Wednesday, November 6th 7:45 AM – 8:20 AM in the Library. See you there!



PARENT SOCIAL 11/16 @ 7-10PM

Enjoy the company of fellow parents at a fun cocktail party at the home of Garrick Edwards. Prepare to have a fantastic evening out! Party will include DJ music and light bites.  To see more details and register go to: http://weblink.donorperfect.com/unityschoolparentsocial




Bagel & Books for Dads 11/ 6 7:45 AM – 8:20 AM in the Library.

Calling all Polar Bear Dads and their Cubs too! Join us for a snowy goodtime at the Arctic Adventure Book Fair – where a blizzard of books accompanied by fresh bagels and refreshments await.




The virtue of the week is Respect.  

The thought we are focusing on is:

“Respect for ourselves guides our morals; respect for others guides our manners.”

Laurence Sterne


Pause for Peace. Please join us as we “Pause for Peace” on Peace Day, October 22, starting at 8:40 am. We are very excited to spend the morning creating peace with all of our Unity families.  If you wish to volunteer on Peace Day or in the preparations for the day, please email abevan@unityschool.com to find out how you can get involved!  Peace Day is going to be a magical morning you won’t want to miss, whether you are able to volunteer or not.  Please plan on attending this special event where you and your child/children will create peace together.

Builders Club. This week, Meredith Fraysure from the Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County spoke with our students.  Builders Club students were also able to prepare supplies to help budding readers develop early reading skills.  The Literacy Coalition is a not for profit organization committed to ensuring that every resident of Palm Beach County, Florida is able to read.

Community Food Drive.  Throughout the month of October, first grade students and families are asked to bring in canned food and non-perishable items and place them in the collection container outside of their homerooms.  Starting in November, second grade students are in charge of leading the food drive. Your generous donations are taken to the Caring Kitchen and will serve local families in need. Each grade is assigned one month where they will be encouraged to make non-perishable food donations each week.  A huge thank you to Mrs. Jeanne Evans for chairing this important project.

Shoes2You.   Shoes2You, Inc. was developed in 2013 by Joseph Rubsamen, a Unity School graduate, who was inspired to help provide shoes for people living in poverty.  Unity School accepts shoes for donation to Shoes2You, Inc. year round.  Please place any gently used shoes in the bin in front of the middle school office.  

Do you or someone you know have fruit bearing trees in the yard?  Then be a part of Unity School’s exciting Tree to Tray program. Parents can drop off bags or boxes of local, organically grown fruits that come from your own backyard trees.  Unity’s Food Service Director, Lori Robbins will be using the fruit from our trees, and turning it into delicious meals that end up on our children’s lunch trays.  So, those wonderful avocados that are filling your trees right now will be used to make fresh, homemade guacamole for taco day.  And the limes, oranges and lemons make wonderful, flavored water for our children and for family events at school.  Donating these items helps expose our children to food they may not normally eat.  Fresh food is a crucial part of our children’s health and provides the nutrients and energy they need to fully participate in all of the educational and enrichment activities here at Unity.   All fresh produce is welcome!  Each month we will feature the items that are seasonally harvested as a reminder to support this program.  Help us get your extra fruit off your trees and onto our children’s trays!

Our purpose is to provide a safe, happy environment for your child, where they are able to be themselves and thrive; while acquiring the educational foundation needed to achieve