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IPC Day School
Monday, November 2, 2020
What's Up At IPC This Week?
LAST WEEK'S FALL FESTIVAL
Starting this week, we are inviting individual families with children 3-years-old through 3rd grade to sign-up for private 30-minute sessions in the Level 1 or Level 2 atrium during November!Parents and children will meet with a catechist to spend time in the atrium and do religious lessons. Come see what our children love about the atrium!Masks will be required for all and materials will be sanitized in between sessions. Click on the link to sign-up today. Contact: Kay Roller email@example.com or (205) 933-3717.
Worship Reservations Required
Childcare provided at each service by reservation only (Infants - Kindergarten)
Pre-registration required to receive secure Zoom link
In addition to the weekly Sunday morning Zoom Virtual Atrium lessons, we will be sending out follow up emails with cultivated materials to reinforce what we have learned on Sundays to all registered families.
This Sunday, November 8 from 4:00-6:30 p.m. all 4th-6th graders are invited to join us for an in-person time of fellowship, faith formation, service and a boxed dinner.
We will be practicing social distancing and wearing masks in the Garage at Highland Hall for our big atrium lesson "La Fettuccia" (the long ribbon). We hope you can join us! Registration is required by CLICKING HERE. Contact Kay Roller, firstname.lastname@example.org, with any questions.
Inflatable Obstacle Course, GaGa Ball, S'mores, Gym Games, and a lot of fun!
No cost and lunch is provided! Click the link above to register!
SAVE THE DATE
IPC DAY SCHOOL
The Top Dogs at the Day School enjoyed doing different Halloween experiments last week. One of them was making ghosts out of biodegradable packing peanuts, and then making their ghosts disappear using a “magic potion.” Not only was it fun, they used deductive reasoning to guess what would happen to their ghosts, and fine motor skills to drip the potion on their ghosts.