Spring Week 9 Newsletter

 PATH Spring Week 9 Newsletter

  • Box Top Winner
  • Pizza Day April 10th
  • Registration
  • Class Fee Envelopes
  • Class Descriptions/Schedule
  • Family Night
  • Job Opportunity for Teens
  • Speech and Debate:
  • Collin College Summer camps:


TROUBLE!: I received an email from the church that someone is leaving messes behind outside after lunch.  PLEASE tell your kiddos to CLEAN UP THEIR STUFF anywhere and everywhere.  I don’t like getting in trouble.

Boxtop Winner:  Congratulations to Emily Plummer for bringing in the most box tops.  You get the primo parking space this Monday.  Look for the “Reserved” sign!

Pizza Day:  April 10th is Pizza Day.  Sign up email will go out next week.

REGISTRATION for Fall 2017:  Returning family registration will be Monday April 24h at 4:00pm.  Registration access is dependent upon re-enrollment, fees paid, class fees turned in. (All ducks in a row?)

Class Fee Envelopes:   Turn in the last day of class.  Please begin organizing this NOW!!!

  • 10 week class last day is APRIL 10
  • 15 week class last day is May 1

Class Descriptions:  Be preparing your class descriptions to enter into the database.  This should include any special equipment you need, class fees, homework and supplies required.  Descriptions are due by April 10th.

Family Night:  will be April 11 at Trinity Bible Church.  Sign up for display table space and/or to be on the program.  Signup sheets on the announcement table at PATH.

Address: 400 W Campbell Rd, Richardson, TX 75080

Job Opportunity for Teens   Cottonwood Retirement Estates 1940 W. Spring Creek Pkwy, Plano TX 75023 is hiring part time workers to serve food to their Senior Residents. The pay is minimum wage, but it is a great place for a young person to get some experience, and they patiently train them.  Minimum age is 15, and must be able to work at least one shift over the weekend.  Shifts are about 2-3 hours long . Ask for Ethel Clayton 972517-1977.

Speech and Debate: Speech and debate has the power to change the trajectory of a young person’s life, empowering them to become engaged citizens and principled leaders with character and integrity. Our camps teach students to think critically and articulate their ideas effectively, to know what they believe and why.

Students ages 8 to 18, join us this summer at our 2-day speech camps and 3-day debate camps to develop your public speaking, problem solving and higher-level thinking skills!
Questions? Contact us at dfwspeechdebate@gmail.com


Collin College Offers Summer Camps for Middle and High School Students

March 15, 2017 There is a little something for everyone this summer at Collin College. Middle and high school students interested in nursing, robotics, music, dance, SAT/ACT preparation and so much more have a lot of options on camps. Here are some of the camps offered by Collin College. For more summer camps, visit http://www.collin.edu/ce/teens/.


Calendar:  See Attached.

Apr 10             Class Descriptions due/Crazy Hair Day/Pizza Day!

April 11           Family Night

Apr 24             Registration for returning families

May 1              Class fees DUE