Tuesday, January 2

Breakfast: Fruit Yogurt with Granola, Fruit, Juice, Milk

Lunch: Cheese Lasagna, Dinner Roll, Salad, Veggies, Fruit, Milk
To Report an Absence – call the front desk at 507-663-8806 x 0, or send an e-mail to khansen@arcadiacharterschool.org
7th graders, Remember to study for your quiz tomorrow on the digestive and respiratory system.  Also, on Thursday we will be working on your prototypes and diagrams in I&E, so bring in your supplies.
Do you know someone who is looking for a unique or different way to get their  middle/high school education? You know that Arcadia is a small, welcoming, progressive charter school, which is project-focused and serves students in grades 6-12.  Our teachers creatively engage students in the rewarding challenges of understanding the world around them.  We may be a little geeky or quirky; but we value authentically student-centered education, and we may be the right place for someone you know.  Encourage them to come find out at our Open House Information Session on January 8 at 6:30 p.m. Meanwhile, check out our website at www.arcadiacharterschool.org.
Arcadia’s Arts for Martin ’18 Community Choir: An Invitation
You are invited to join singers from around the Northfield community for our annual evening of reflection on and celebration of the life of Martin Luther King, at Arcadia Charter School’s Arts for Martin, Friday, January 12th, 2018 at 7:00 PM.
This is an inspiring evening, featuring singers, dancers, instrumentalists and actors from throughout the community, elementary school to professional level.
Come and join the community choir. All ages and levels are welcome. We will gather for rehearsal at Arcadia on Tuesday, January 9th7:00 PM and Thursday, January 11th7:00 PM. The performance is at 7:00 PM Friday, January 12th at Arcadia, 1719 Cannon Road.
We’ll sing music from the African American tradition, along with our closing piece, written for the celebration by Dan Kallman. Call Bob Gregory-Bjorklund at 663-8806, ext. 212 with any questions.
Guest presenter is Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin, community activist and author of In the Shadow of Green Man. He’ll be joined by the A for M Band and Community Choir led by Craig Wasner and Dan Kallman, the Prairie Creek Orchestra, the Latino Playwrights, the Aztec Dancers, the Arcadia Dancers and Poets and the Laura Baker Choir.
The public is cordially invited to the January 12th performance; admission is free. Please join us for this meaningful event.

Arcadia is hosting an Omelet Breakfast with the Northfield Eagles Club on Sunday, January 21, 2018, from 8:30am to 12:30pm.  100% of all money raised will be used to support May term activities and scholarships at Arcadia.  Please support your child in selling these tickets to friends and family over the holidays.  Because the tickets are ‘pre-sold’, 100% of the proceeds from tickets not used, will come back to the school.  Those who cannot attend this event may wish to buy a ticket just to support Arcadia’s May Term.

The advisory selling the most tickets by the January 12 deadline, will be treated to an as yet unspecified party in late January.  Let’s take advantage of this great fund-raising opportunity!  Thanks for your help!!


Monday, January 8 – Open House – Information Session 6:30 pm

Friday, January 12 – End of 2nd Quarter and Presentation Afternoon 12:30 pm

Friday, January 12 – Arts for Martin 7:00 pm

Monday, January 15 – No School – Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Tuesday, January 16 – Arcadia School Board Meeting 6:30 pm

Wednesday, January 17 – Presentation/Conversation Night 6:30 pm

Sunday, January 21 – Omelet Breakfast – 8:30 am – 12:30 pm, at the Northfield Eagles Club

Friday, January 26 – No School – Teacher Prep Day

Friday, February 2 – HS and MS Field Trip – The Wiz – Children’s Theater

Tuesday, February 13 – School Board Meeting

Thursday, February 15 – 2 Hour Early Release and Conferences

Friday, February 16 – 2 Hour Early Release and Conferences

Monday, February 19 – No School – Staff Work Day

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