January 19, 2004

Some very important news coming from Sunol Glen School--Parents please be careful, due to an accident in the parking lot of the school on January 12, there is now a "No Parking" red zone in front of the school and parents have been advised not to park there when dropping off or picking up your children. This is to prevent parents from backing up their vehicle in this area. The school is also looking for a parent to help with traffic control in the mornings from 8:00 to 8:30 a.m. If you are interested lease call the school office at 925-862-2026.

Sunol Glen School is seeking a teacher position for their school age and preschool childcare center. The applicant must have worked at a center for at least one-year; be able to meet the California State Matrix requirements for a teacher or working on it must have current CPR and first-aid training; will also have taken a ECD infant /toddler course; and will need to apply for a state clearance. This position is a split shift from 7:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and from 11:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. You must be able start immediately. Call Jan Cornish, director, at 925-862-0525 or pick up an application at the school office.

Looking for someplace to donate your empty ink jet and laser jet cartridges? Sunol Glen is collecting them to recycle and to earn computer equipment and supplies. Please bring the cartridges to the collection box in the school office.

Get your scissors out and start cutting out those General Mills product box tops and Campbell Soup labels. Sunol Glen School would like to collect as many labels as possible to earn points for computer and sporting equipment and box tops to earn cash to purchase items on the teachers wish list. Community Club parents organizing this wonderful fund-raiser are Lori Nielsen, Jayne Stevenson and Michelle McClay. Please drop off your labels and boxtops at the school or the Post Office on Main Street.

Congratulations to Sunol Glen School's secretary Miki Whitfield for becoming a first time Grandmother on Christmas Day, daughter Marissa gave birth to a beautiful baby girl, Lilliana.

It's that time of year again---girl scout cookies. Sunols eager junior and brownie girl scouts began scouring the community on January 16 looking to take your cookie orders.

In the mood for a little fox-trot? The second session of ballroom dancing instruction began January 6. Sunol residents, Toni and Ben Coplan had been taking lessons from Phran Turner of the Livermore Area Parks and Recreation Department and thought it would be wonderful to bring some dancing enthusiasm to Sunol residents. Phran teaches basic ballroom dancing techniques, which include the swing, fox-trot, rhumba, waltz and samba in 10 to 15 minutes intervals of each during the hour. The brave dancers this session are: Toni and Ben Coplan, Tom and Vicki Harland, Marc and Hilda Jacob, Frank and Diane Fries, Connie DeGrange and Ron Smith, Phil Hutton and Sharon Orgian, Eric Freeman and Sarah Cooley, and Martin Smith and Anna Freed. The group meets every Tuesday for six weeks from 7:30 to 8:30 at Sunol Glen. But hang on to those dancing shoes, this session is not available to new dancers, the next session will begin in mid to late February and Toni says "they would love to gain new dancers" at that meeting.

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