Get Ready for World Festival! February 9th

World Festival 2018

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2018     6:00 – 8:00PM
MAIN BUILDING AUDITORIUM & CAFETERIA

Mark your calendars! Please join us for the PS 99 Parents’ Association World Festival as we wrap up Multicultural Week, and celebrate our diverse student population!

  • Bring and share food that’s popular from your native country!
  • Dress up and show off traditional clothing for the “Parade of Nations!”
  • Perform a cultural song or dance on stage with your family!

If you’d like to reserve tickets, send us an email at: ps99queens.pa@gmail.com
AND INCLUDE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING THAT PERTAINS TO YOU: 

Your Name:
Your Child’s/Children’s Name(s):
Grade/Class:
Number of children attending:
Number of adults attending:

IF YOU VOLUNTEER FOR SET UP, PLEASE ARRIVE AT 5:00PM:
____ I’d like to help decorate the cafeteria/set up for the event.

IF YOU VOLUNTEER TO HELP SERVE FOOD, PLEASE ARRIVE AT 5:00PM:
____ I will volunteer to serve food during the event.

IF YOU ARE PERFORMING, PLEASE ARRIVE AT 5:00PM:
Who is performing:
Type of performance (dance, song, musical) :
Country:

 (NOTE: The PA has a CD player for your use, but you must provide your music.)

IF YOU ARE PARTICIPATING IN THE “PARADE OF NATIONS, PLEASE ARRIVE AT 5:30PM:
____ Ww will wear native costumes to participate in the “Parade of Nations”

YOU ARE BRINGING FOOD, PLEASE ARRIVE AT 5:30PM:
What type of food are you bringing:
Country:
Ingredients:

Please provide a list of ingredients for “Allergy Alert” purposes.

IF YOU’D LIKE TO DONATE DRINKS AND/OR PAPER GOODS & CUTLERLY, PLEASE ARRIVE AT 5:30PM:
____ I will donate drinks and/or paper goods and cutlery

RSVP BY Wednesday, January 31, 2018. Tickets are first come, first served. See you there!

Questions? Contact us: ps99queens.pa@gmail.com

Help keep our kids warm

Kindness Box
With freezing temperatures, we often find children unprepared, and without hats, gloves, or scarves. In the spirit of service, a “Kindness Box” will be set up through Valentine’s Day to make sure the kids are warm enough to get through the season. Children can take what they need from the box should they find themselves without hats, gloves, or scarves.

The “Kindness Box” will be set up in the main building (by Parent Coordinator, Barbara Maier-Hopkin’s office), and in the annex, (exact location updated here), to collect these three items starting Jan 16th through Valentine’s Day, Feb 14.

Please consider donating a pair of new/gently used gloves or mittens, a scarf, or a hat. Thank you in advance for your generosity! Happy Martin Luther King Day!